Seafood Restaurants in Fish Hawk

$19 for $35 Worth of Lobster and Seafood at Lobster Haven. Reservation Through Groupon Required.

Lobster Haven


Inspired by New England’s seafood shacks, this cozy eatery features fresh Maine lobster in everything from creamy chowder to lobster rolls

$35 $19

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$19 for $30 Worth of American Food and Drinks at Gaspar's Patio Bar & Grille

Gaspar's Patio Bar & Grille

Temple Terrace

Restaurant and bar with nightly entertainment and dog-friendly patio slings American staples such as filet mignon, oysters, and wings

$30 $19

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$17 for $30 Worth of Caribbean-Latin Cuisine at Catch Twenty-Three. Reservation Through Groupon Required.

Catch Twenty-Three


Fusion menu of sushi rolls, tender steak, and fresh seafood, including chilean sea bass cooked over a pecan-wood-burning grill

$30 $17

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Seafood and American Cuisine For Two or More at Lunch or Carry-Out at JFD's Seafood House (Up to 45% Off)

JFD's Seafood House

Downtown Bartow

Laid-back seafood spot promises oysters, crab cake baskets, mahi mahi tacos, and non-fish options including pasta, barbecue, and burgers

$20 $11

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Seafood, Sandwiches, and Wings at Sloppy Pelican (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Sloppy Pelican

St. Petersburg

Casual seafood bar and grill with tiki bar and live music serves up fresh seafood, burgers, and wings tossed in one of five sauces

$20 $12

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Seafood and Steak for Two or Four at Spanky's Grill 41 (Up to 42% Off)

Spanky's Grill 41


Eatery dishes out classic plates such as chicken wings, pork chops, St. Louis–style ribs, and crab cakes

$50 $29

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Seafood or Steak Meal with Appetizers for Two or Four at Lighthouse Restaurant (Up to 53% Off)

Lighthouse Restaurant

Fanning Springs

Sea eats from gator meat to crab-stuffed shrimp join grits, hush puppies, and other classic Southern sides

$58.35 $29

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Oysters, Clams, and Jumbo Shrimp Meal at Little New Orleans Kitchen & Oyster Bar (Up to 50% Off)

LIttle New Orleans Kitchen & Oyster Bar

Cypress Park

Indulge in a seafood feast with Blue Point oysters, Cherry Stone clams, and pounds of jumbo shrimp

$94.35 $49

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Chef Will Greenwood?s dishes have graced many important meals, from Julia Child?s 80th birthday party to the Head of State luncheons at NATO?s 50th-anniversary celebration. In the '90s, the Clinton family even invited him to audition for the role of White House chef. Today, Greenwood?s recipes inform festive meals at Catch Twenty-Three, where diners savor Caribbean-fusion dishes in a cozy but upscale setting. Waiters ferry juicy steaks, sushi rolls, and fresh seafood to tables, and bartenders shake up cocktails like the Key Largo rum runner or pour selections a well-curated wine list.

From the Pecan-Wood Grill

Certain dishes at Catch Twenty-Three get their signature flavor from the kitchen's pecan-wood-burning grill. Below, a couple of highlights:

Filet Mignon Chilean Sea Bass
This tender cut of beef picks up a hint of sweet smokiness on the grill, which is brought out by a rich zinfandel reduction. Chefs brush this fish with olive oil and key-lime juice before grilling it to perfection.
10103 Montague St

Outside Ballyhoo Grill, a sign made to look like a colorful speedboat beckons to passersby, hinting at the smorgasbord of fresh seafood to be found within. A tropical theme permeates the space, with live music setting a relaxing mood and nautical decor—such as a surfboard, an alligator head, and a stuffed and mounted kraken—adorning the walls. Guests dine on surf 'n' turf plates, fish tacos, pulled pork, and burgers as they share friendly conversation and clink cocktail glasses and mugs of draft beer.

7604 Ehrlich Rd

At Mangroves, ordering a drink is almost as much of an experience as sipping it—guests ask for wine and cocktails at a handcrafted 60-foot, stained-glass bar. Its eye-catching design fits right into the chic downstairs lounge, dotted with VIP tables where guests revel in bottle service. Upstairs, meanwhile, another full bar awaits visitors, fueling jive sessions on the spacious dance floor. DJs spin there four days a week, playing sets far preferable to the sound of guests blowing over empty champagne flutes.

Late-night partiers can snack on casual bites such as chicken tenders or mac ‘n’ cheese after 10 p.m., but the eatery’s dinner menu reflects the same refinement as the stained-glass bar. Pomegranate-glazed salmon and black Angus filets in blue-cheese sauce delight palates, along with simpler burgers and salads.

208 S Howard Ave

Chip Roehl and Lenny Terlaje, the former management team of award winning restaurant Splash! An Ocean Grill, don?t believe that there's only one way to prepare seafood. At their award-winning restaurant, this culinary duo draws upon cooking styles from around the world, from saut?ing mussels in scampi sauce to coating sesame-crusted tuna in ponzu. And those are just the appetizers?for entrees, Tom and Lenny crown crab-cake sandwiches with lemon-dill aioli and vampire-proof lobster tails by broiling them in garlic butter.

Alongside these maritime meals, the twosome also showcases ingredients from the land, such as fire-grilled filet mignons and sirloin burgers topped with roasted bacon. Beer, wine, and classic cocktails complement the feasts, which unfold inside a roomy dining room awash in blue lights reminiscent of the sea.

16553 Point Village Dr.

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.

1500 2nd St. S
Saint Petersburg,

With 50 years of oyster-shucking experience under their rubber-apron belts, Leverock's Seafood House serves fresh and local seafood, steaks, salads, and freshly made desserts in a casual atmosphere with four different menus. Try one of the many signature dishes such as onion-crusted salmon ($9.25–$14.79, depending on mealtime) or Bertha Leverock's clam chowder ($4.99/bowl). Daily specials for lunch and dinner guarantee excitement and adventure twice a day, much like commuting to work by jet pack. Lighter appetites, meanwhile, can indulge in the new After Seven menu filled with two-for-one cocktail deals and plates to share such as Thai chili calamari ($6.99). Maryland-style crab cakes served with garlicky mashed potatoes ($17.95) will keep mouths mesmerized while the eyes take in the various football games and Estonian folkdance-offs being broadcast on six HD TVs.

840 Pasadena Ave S
Saint Petersburg,