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Relaxed coastal cuisine. Florida Trend Top 20 Restaurant. Open lunch and dinner daily with super Sunday brunch. Indoor/outdoor dining on world famous Beach Drive. Experience award winning cuisine by Chef Ana Granucci while overlooking the beautiful Straub Park and Vinoy Hotel Yacht Basin. Full liquor bar, 40 wines by the glass and extensive wine list, plus 24 draft beer selections. Three separate banquet rooms also available for private dining and large parties. Come see what makes 400 Beach Seafood & Tap House an unforgettable dining experience. Trip advisor Award of Excellence. Also Sports friendly with NFL ticket and 14 flat screens. Complimentary valet parking. Great seafood and steaks, fish tacos, salads and more served outside on the patio or inside with beautiful views. Service and ambiance sure to impress. Reservations acceptedVisit
Ocean Hai, the signature restaurant of the Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, offers the area’s only Asian-fusion cuisine and features local seafood and farm-raised fare, served in a refined, stylish atmosphere. Enjoy a menu that spans from traditional sushi and sashimi platters to farm-raised meats and poultry, all uniquely prepared under the culinary eye of Executive Sous Chef Sean Ragan. Every dish is prepared with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, including seafood and farm-raised meats and poultry. Enjoy relaxing meals indoors or choose your favorite view of the Gulf in our shaded outdoor dining areas. Visit
Hidden among a natural landscape, the new Oystercatchers draws those who seek tastes from the Gulf of Mexico. Stunning bay views and decor designed to complement the inherent beauty make this celebrated Tampa seafood restaurant a delight for the eyes as well as the palate. Indulge in the flavorful creations of Chef de Cuisine Kenny Hunsberger, who artfully blends the freshest catch with innovative touches, as only one born to the water can do.Visit
Shephard’s Ocean Flame invites you to indulge in the all you can eat delicacies from land and sea. The warm modern décor and tropical setting is perfect for all occasions. The gourmet buffet features an open interactive kitchen where the chefs prepare dishes fresh right before your eyes. Brazilian style rotisserie, fresh hand rolled sushi, Wok station, carving station with nice variety of meats, vast array of seafood, homemade desserts and so much more. The Seafood & Prime Rib dinner buffet along with the Sunday Champagne Brunch are very popular with locals and tourists alike. Also open for breakfast Mon-Sat. There is a view of the Gulf from every table and outside dining on the waterfront is also available. Can easily accommodate large groups. Visit
We are proud to be born and raised in St. Pete with saltwater running through our veins. We love our local seafood and support our local fishermen. And, while there are many seafood restaurants on our beaches, we felt that downtown St. Pete lacked a laid-back, come all/serve all restaurant with great seafood. From this simple thought, our little Trophy Fish was born.
Our GOOD-SIZED fish lodge is located in the “inland marina” of the St. Pete Grand Central District. Our mission is simple: Provide our guests with the freshest fish while enjoying a cold Florida cocktail or beverage. Our casual atmosphere and eclectic design, or as we like to call our “bait shop chic” style, allows our guests to enjoy good friends, great food, and make memories.
While you may see a few consistent items at our QUITE LARGE fish lodge, our focus is on providing the freshest fish, so our menu changes with the catch(es)-of-the-day. Since they call it fishing and not catching, there may be days with less fish than others. We recommend that our guests arrive earlier rather than later as the early bird catches the trophy fish. For this same reason, we do not take reservations.
As mentioned, our WHOPPER of a fish lodge is… well… okay… really small, so space is limited (it may have grown over the course of writing this as any good fish story does). But, remember, it is not the size of the fish in the fight, it is the size of the fight in the fish!Visit