Had heard this was the place for the bestgroupersandwich, and it was true. The fried mushrooms and onion rings are also very large and tasty.
While the place is fairly small inside they do have a nice sized outdoor seating area. They have a few selections of local brews, name brand beers and wine, but lack any other alcoholic beverages.
We went for a late dinner and had to wait about 30 minutes in the nice outdoor bar area. It was a cool evening, and they had heaters on the covered patio area.
I had the fish and chips but everything that my party enjoyed their dinner. We will be coming back next time we are in town.
The kids split a burger and fries, and they usually can’t finish it between the two of them. It’s a bit of a dive, but it feels like eating on a screened in lanai with A/C.
None of us eat fish/seafood, but they have plenty of other offerings on the menu. First, eating seafood is expensive in Florida.
Most places have tourist prices and that's just what you pay. This place was recommended to us by some friends, but because it keeps somewhat shorter hours, it was closed the first couple times we drove by.
Normally I hate eating any seafood leftovers. But I've eaten this fish up to 2 days later and it makes a great sandwich with some horsey sauce and a piece of cheese.
Most of the time he cannot eat fried food (he all throw up). However, he does help polish off the mushrooms with no ill effects.
For his entrée, he orders the queen size broiled whitefish. As to the atmosphere, it is an older, somewhat worn diner-type establishment.
Really, I hate to be so positive, I'd like to keep people away because it has limited seating...but okay, I'll be nice and share..... We get the fish & shrimp dinners and salad, we share it.
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We're focusing on these ridiculous grouper sandwiches, but you can't go wrong with anything on the menu here. To learn more, visit the website for Fish Shack in Lighthouse Point.
To each own when it comes to the whole fried/blackened/grilled dilemma, but we do have to say the blackened grouper sandwiches at Big Ray's are legendary. If it weren't for these sandwiches, homemade onion rings could easily be the star of the show.
For more information, visit the website for Big Ray's Fish Camp in Tampa. Check out Big Water Fish Market's website to learn more.
Obviously, the fish and chips is the most popular choice, but you can't go wrong adding a bun. To learn more, visit the website for Gulf Coast Grouper & Chips in Naples, Florida.
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The fresh, flaky grouper here is only matched by the view of Sarasota Bay. Check out the website for Dry Dock Waterfront Grill to learn more.
If you're in the area, and you're searching for a laid-back spot with an incredible view and the bestgroupersandwich in town, this is the place to go. The place may be small and unassuming compared to other nearby options, but don't pass it by, because this is the best grouper around.
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Address: 5121 Gulf Dr, Panama City, FL 32408, USA If you need more dining inspiration, check out our list of the best sandwiches in Florida.
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