My guess is the prices would scare people Maxwell, it worked. We take pride in the quality of our food, the fresh grouper which is locally caught, the countless hours of smoking our meats, the live music and the amount we offer to keep kids busy playing with the games provided.
With us being on Anna Maria Island we feel as if our pricing is fair and competitive with other places out here. We hope that you do return on your next trip down! Took a drive up and decided to stop in with our 10-year-old son.
This place might be the victim of its own popularity; while we were told it would be 45 minutes to be seated, we saw plenty of staff members wandering around with seemingly nothing to do but loiter. We noted that while the place appeared packed, many people were standing up around the bar & other areas, & lots of tables were wide-open empty.
Once sat it was 20 min until someone came for drink order. A lot of positives at this place but to start...waited almost 1 1/2 hours when there were several tables empty for 25 plus minutes.
Those people were not there, which means they lose the tables, make the others who are there and waiting a top priority. No reservations but to some with a wedding party different, no...everyone should be treated as special...bad managing skills. If you wait, the food was great, atmosphere great, waiter also great....but management needs to go.
Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. We stumbled upon this fun “local hole in the wall” and were not only blown away by the delicious food, great drinks, live music but by the service as well.
Tasting menus · Healthy options · Late-night dining · Hip atmosphere Went 3 times while on the Island, service is great, Smiley is the best, works perfect for a couple enjoying the night-life on the island, and families with children, all works together.
Is a little pricey but a couple can split the grouper taco meal and be stuffed. Reviewed July 3, 2020, Have always loved Round Table Pizza.
Don't know what happened, but we ordered a pizza last night and when we got it home and started to dig in. Only half of the pizza was sliced. WTH. Reviewed January 26, 2019, via mobile We had this pizza delivered to my moms new place.
Loved the salad bar and the kids loved the pizza, a little high on the price but worth it for good pizza Reviewed March 28, 2018, I got pizza from here because it was conveniently located by the hotel I was staying at.
Reviewed June 7, 2017, via mobile Not sure if this place has different owners than the other Trinity locations, but, the last two times I have visited, their salad bar is not great. When I asked why, the...girl was a bit rude, said they did chop, and ignored me when I explained.
The pizza and other items are still good...but, salad is...meh More Reviewed March 7, 2017, This round table is my favorite pizza place to meet my family for lunch.
Does this restaurant offer highchairs for toddlers? YesNoUnsure The Feast Restaurant is a family owned and operated establishment opened in 2009.
Brothers Joseph and Christopher Dale are the Chefs and Owners and you will always find one or both of them in the kitchen during service. We strive to offer our customers the freshest local and exotic cuisine in a warm family friendly atmosphere.
Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service Reviewed 2 days ago From the outside, this place does not look like they food experience you will receive.
All the food we had, grilled scallops, mushroom risotto, and the black and blue steak were all prepared perfectly! Reviewed November 8, 2020, The best fried shrimp we had on the island during our two-week visit.
Glad to visit during a slower time, didn’t have to wait! Overall the dinner was just ok(especially when you consider the prices in comparison to other restaurants in the area).
Grouper sandwich delicious (just big buns). Grouper sandwich was excellent, with a perfectly cooked large portion of moist fish.
Grouper bites were also fried crisp with the fish staying moist. Cole slaw was a real highlight, chopped...finely and not overly dressed.
Only reason for four stars was the haphazard way the waiter wore his mask (it didn’t cover his nose)...same for the guy at the door. More The location in a strip mall has nothing to do with what is going on with meal preparation.
The daily specials of fresh seafood served your way is amazing. All-you-can-eat lunch shrimp (5-ways) and fish and chips look to be a big hit with locals.
Killer onion rings, a kid-friendly menu, and a big selection of beers. Reviewed August 7, 2020, via mobile Salmon was fresh and delicious, salad was fresh, Cajun pasta was tasty, but mac n cheese was subpar.
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