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Plenty of games and space for the kids to roam while we grab an exceptional drink Reviewed 6 days ago Visiting the island with family over the holidays and went for lunch.
Adam L was our server, and was pleasant, informative, and extremely efficient! Ordered the fried green tomatoes with lump crab and shrimp bruschetta as appetizers.
Also had the fresh Grouper sandwich, blackened with French fries and their pineapple coleslaw. Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile What a Dumpster fire.... never got to taste the food.
The manager tried to comp us two beers and provide an excuse that they were busy. Reviewed 1 week ago We ate here during our Christmas NACA in FL.
Service was awesome, food was good, atmosphere was lively and enjoyable. Live music and outdoor seating makes sure you don't forget you are in FL.
By 615 there was a pretty long wait and this place has a ton of seating. There is a great statue of...the ugly grouper and ring toss and other games for the kids.
Staff was fun and engaging, and we picked up a few pieces of garb from the gift store to prove we were there. Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile The food and service is OK at the grouper.
We would love to make this up to you with another visit, on us, Please email me at Hgerken@uglygrouper.com Hayley Ger ken Assistant Manager Reviewed November 26, 2021 I always like to give a shout out to the staff that make the experience.
Even the best food and drink can be negatively impacted by poor service. Conversely, more moderately good food can be elevated by excellent service and experience.
When Rye and I and out 2 friends sat down at the bar Brian was ready to guide us through a fun, boozy and delicious lunch. One can't always find a skilled bartender at a Beach bar/restaurant but this was not the case here.
Drinks were yummy and once we'd eaten and were starting to leave Brian suggested shots. Reviewed November 24, 2021 we went there for dinner and the service was awful, I think it is a tourist trap, The food was average at best.
We sat in the outside eating area and loved the vibe and live music. The...zucchini bites were AMAZING and our server, Ashley Faith was so attentive and kind.
Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. It has a ton of seats and a good choice if you have a large party of folks that want to have an informal lunch or dinner.
There is an open area which is not undercover and has bunches of picnic tables, the iconic Ugly grouper sculpture, and various games for the children or adults to enjoy. The frozen drinks range from American which we call it superman because of the multi colors to Dreamlike.
Its also nice spot for the adults with small children because we don’t get the age-old question of “where’s the food” every two minutes. The child menu ranges from fried shrimp, spaghetti, or a peanut butter jelly sandwich.
Of course the UglyGrouper has traditional entrées along with a ton of sandwich choices to be included with sides of french fries, vegetables, mashed potatoes, rice pilaf and more. The UglyGrouper is a great Holmes Beach restaurant to grab a bite to eat in a laid back casual atmosphere.
Be sure on your next visit to try the UglyGrouper and grab a t-shirt or baseball hat in their on-site store to remember the experience when you return to home. The UglyGrouper Restaurant is located off Marina Drive and 58th Street in the city of Holmes Beach.
With the coldest beer in miles, the best smoker on the island, and some of the freshest fish you can... Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page.
Anyhow, I made one of these blackened and spicy, in honor of Mardi Gras. The previous time had been for a business conference in June in the mid-90’s, and I could see why they all come out at night.
Prep Time: To make the Blackened Spice Mix: 10 minutes. Cook Time: 6-7 minutes on a hot George Foreman Grill (fish about 1 inch thick) Rest Time: 3-5 minutes.
Rub the fish, both sides, with the oil, removing excess. Place, skin side down, into the George Foreman (or regular grill), and let ‘er rip for 6-7 minutes, assuming your filet is as mine was, nearly an inch thick in the thickest section.
It is recommended that you roll the thin flap of filet which would be near the fish’s tail up, so that portion doesn’t overcook. Serving suggestions: Mustard greens or fresh spinach, sautéed in butter and fresh garlic, barely wilted, with a dollop or two of hot sauce mixed in at the last moment.
All prepped up and ready to cook This recipe owes a lot to hopping around the Internet to learn there’s no true standardized ratio of herbs and spices for Cajun seasoning, but I borrowed most heavily from: Big Daddy’s Blackened Tilapia. About 25 years ago, son was about 15 and our last family Xmas break.
So we took the ferry across to Wellington then drove to Gisborne on the north island. The boat took us miles out to sea and the skipper had a spot on GPS.
I can either take or leave the fish, but I do love blue cod. In the NOLA area, the fish commonly used is red snapper from the Gulf of Mexico.
Just make sure you can open some windows if you use the CI pan indoors, if you don't want to smell it for days. As MC mentioned, “blackened” Cajun food is a modern NOLA tradition, not something from hundreds of years ago.
I like it, if it is served to me, I can't say I order it from a menu full of NOLA classics. It involves a white-hot CI pan and butter (Paul's recipe).