Before fishermen discovered the edibility of fish, they used each catch as bait for larger species, hoping in the end to hook the biggest fish of all—friendship. Cast your line with today's Groupon to Fish Tales Seafood & Steak House in St. Petersburg. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of steak and seafood
- For $29, you get $60 worth of steak and seafood for parties of four or more
The chefs at Fish Tales Seafood & Steak House curate a menu of maritime masterpieces, from lobster and shrimp dishes to stacks of oysters and flanks of tuna. They plate smoked fish spread ($6.95), ladle out steaming bowls of seafood stew ($4.95), and pile platters with stuffed blue crab ($15.95/lb.), which inspired Picasso’s blue-crab period. The fish sandwich ($9.95) comes in many incarnations, such as crab cake, ahi tuna, white fish, or mahi, and customized skillets ($11.95) scramble potatoes and vegetables with chopped steak, chicken breast, or seafaring vittles.
Fish Tale’s marina-side location attracts visitors from land and sea, with room to dock your sailboat or warmongering naval flotilla. Wooden benches and tiki accouterments adorn the dining room, and bartenders at the eatery’s two waterfront bars dispense a bevy of frosty brews.
Fish Tales Seafood & Steak House
When searching for the perfect place to open up their new eatery, Fish Tales Seafood & Steak House owners Dan and Peggy Wesner got all the way to the edge of the ocean, threw up their arms, and said, "good enough." Today, their endeavor has paid off, and diners from near and far come to feast on the restaurant's flaky fish sandwiches. Each day, the kitchen releases its bounty of freshly caught whitefish and tuna onto plates, serving it in steak, fillet, or sandwich form. Chefs also assemble steak, chicken, and salmon into skillets, which arrive to tables chock-full of potatoes, tomatoes, onions, and green beans.
Fish Tale’s marina-side location attracts visitors from water and land, with room to dock your sailboat or warmongering naval flotilla. Wooden benches and tiki accoutrements adorn the dining room, and bartenders at the eatery’s two waterfront bars dispense a bevy of frosty brews.