David Brennan: Outstanding Myrtle Beach Japanese hibachi restaurant. Alec Cheung: Very generous portions on the fresh fish platters.
John Gang: Simply amazing food and service. I regret not fasting all day coming more hungry because of how wonderful the food, wine, service and atmosphere was.
Peg C: Awesome Italian food... a local radio personality sent us there. Vicki N: My Dissertation: Carrot cake, New York style cheesecake and their chocolate chip lava cookie.
Proud to say I tried all three :) Who knew to find dessert treasure in a seafood shack? Jenn Shivers: Delicious eggplant part.
Staci cooper-hoffmann: Prime rib & steak was excellent! They don't have Russian or A Thousand Island so bring it from home.
Cheryl Biggest: Flounder Cagney & Teriyaki Salmon Kristin S.: Get the Chicken Rollatini-parmesan encrusted chicken filled with spinach, roasted peppers, prosciutto, and mozzarella in a white wine sauce YUM.
Southeastern Traveler: Photo Tip: Walk about five minutes south of the pier for a great viewpoint for the Hot Summer Nights fireworks every Wednesday night during the summer. Amy Brien: Excellent dinner and great atmosphere.
Henry Haggard: Great place to go if you don't want to fight through the crowd and get a $30 burger. Patrick Manning: Had the angel hair with meat sauce.
Nick Wilson: Happy Hour specials are great. Sanded S: One of my favorite happy hours in myrtle and the best nachos iv ever had.
Christina Kirby: If you love a mixture of crawfish, snow crab, denseness, large shrimp & blue crab get the AB combo & ask for the garlic butter :) Lisa Eddington: Had the black grouper with mushrooms and crab and mashed celery root potatoes.
The meatloaf is so juicy and has BBQ sauce instead of ketchup! Shelley Fair child: The artichokes are amazing and so is the salmon app.
Dale Roberts: Great food and drinks, service was fine, make sure you arrive early or book ahead. Craig Alan Middens: Try the Grilled Fresh Salmon Total or w/ Tilapia.
Evan: French onion soup and college park burger are relish! Would recommend the restaurant to any full-blooded Italian.
Pulse of Central Florida: Sunday is the perfect day for lunch! Ashley Stevens: One of my favorites in Orlando for breakfast or lunch.
Tim Ion no: Grilled blueberry muffins are tremendous! Stephanie Pancreatic: Vegetarian Mezzo platter is the perfect meal for two to share.
The Grouper Sandwich is one of the most popular food items in St. Petersburg, FL, for both locals and tourists alike. Groupers vary in size and weight but are commonly marketed at 5 to 20 pounds.
They just download photos from the internet, or embed Instagram posts from someone else. We are also aware of a local publisher that offers paid placement in best -of-lists.
Paul's Landing Grouper Sandwich Plating (Photo: Kevin God bee) I like the addition of the raw red onion and the house-made aioli on Paul's.
The “Ladies Man” inside is meaty, moist, and juicy (Photo: Lori Brown) The “Ladies Man” is actually listed on the menu as the fish of the day, but it is usually grouper.
Sloppy Joe's grouper sandwich is seasoned to perfection, and is tasty, moist and juicy. Sometimes, places at the beach get a bad reputation for catering to tourists, not worrying about repeat business, and serving crap.
Sloppy Joe's Grouper sandwich is made for the locals. The Grouper Sandwich is one of the most popular food items in St. Petersburg, FL for both locals and tourists alike.
When my mom said that she was just running to the neighbor's and would be right back, I climbed onto the kitchen counter and found Lipton Instant French Onion Soup Mix. An old girlfriend from decades ago had a brother-in-law that was a CEO of a trucking company, and he used to entertain in Manhattan quite a bit ... and he started taking us along.
For a couple of years, Lori and I went out about 4-5 nights a week, but now we have a better balance of 50/50 between cooking at home, and going out to the amazing restaurants we are so lucky to have in our beloved Downtown St. Petersburg.