The fried shrimp is bland and the hush puppies are extremely dry. R M: Crazy good red beans and rice and chicken Jambalaya.
Ann Simon: The burger with nacho cheese, seafood Cobb, and quesadilla are very good. Stan Elf rink: Grouper Sonoma with a glass of Boyle Chardonnay is the perfect meal.
The experience is one that should be on your list of “to-dos” while in PC Beach. Abi Carmen: Sarah, best waitress in the place.
Brian McConnell: Go to Firefly at the Shoppes at Edge water and try all of it! Courtney Pinks ton: The blackened grouper sandwich is delicious.
Great service and the Monster cheeseburger was huge and delicious! Shannon Poland: If you go here on Spring Break you need to buy the Panamanian Club Card.
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.
Commercial fishermen receive a premium price for grouper. 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. I PERSONALLY ATE ALL OF THESE GROUPER SANDWICHES, AND WENT TO ALL OF THESE PLACES, AND THESE ARE ALL ST. PETE FOODIES PHOTOS.
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. 10 oz cut of prime rib accompanied by 6 large shrimp sautéed in a lemon Pierre Blanc.
Shrimp and scallops sautéed in shallots, garlic, tomatoes, red peppers, and a cream sauce served over pasta. Filet Mignon, pork and chicken skewers with fire roasted red and yellow peppers, onions and tomatoes.
Open fire grilled salmon and shrimp sautéed with mushrooms, asparagus and zucchini served over rice pilaf and finished with a citrus mayonnaise Pierre Blanc. Slow roasted black Angus beef rib served with potato and vegetable and au jus.
Slow roasted black Angus beef rib served with potato and vegetable and au jus. 14 oz grilled strip topped with port wine Demi glacé and tobacco fried onions.
Tender grilled pork chops topped with maple flavored fresh apple chutney served with potato and vegetable. Tender grilled pork chops topped with maple flavored fresh apple chutney served with potato and vegetable.
Tender grilled pork chops topped with maple flavored fresh apple chutney served with potato and vegetable. Large shrimp, baby spinach and fresh tomato sautéed in a garlic wine sauce over pasta.
Breast of chicken sautéed in lemon caper sauce with artichokes and diced tomatoes, served with potato and vegetable. Thick, center cut pork chop and 6oz chicken breast marinated and grilled to perfection, served with potato and vegetable.
Crispy hearts of romaine lettuce with aged Parmesan cheese, and croutons tossed in Caesar dressing. Asparagus, red and yellow peppers, zucchini, summer squash and mushrooms, seasoned and grilled on an open fire, served over your choice of pasta or rice.