Seafood Restaurants in Fruitville

Seafood at Crab Daddy's (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Crab Daddy's

St. Pete Beach

Dine on crab legs and other seafood specials on an outdoor patio and rooftop tiki bar overlooking Blind Pass Inlet

$30 $18

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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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$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

Westchase

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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$17 for $30 Worth of French-Inspired Dinner at Piquant. Reservation Through Groupon Required.

Piquant

Tampa

French-inspired fare such as crisp ham croquettes, short ribs bourgignon, and tender sous-vide rack of lamb

$30 $17

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

Lobster Haven

Tampa

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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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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$17 for $30 Worth of Seafood and Steak at Aquafinz

Aquafinz

North Tampa

Ultrafresh seafood, such as fresh-from-the-Gulf grouper, Maine lobster tails, and Alaskan snow crab served with New York strip steaks

$30 $17

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$12 for $20 Worth of Seafood for Two at The New England Moorings

The New England Moorings

Hancock

Homemade crab cakes, fresh fish, and new england clam chowder served in bubblegum-pink eatery with large, outdoor patio

$20 $12

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Seafood Lunch Baskets and Drinks for Two at Randy's Paradise Shrimp (Up to 44% Off). Two Options Available.

Randy’s Paradise Shrimp Seafood & Gourmet Market

Bonita Springs

Oyster sandwiches, grouper tacos, and breaded grouper served in lunch baskets with sides such as fries and sliced heirloom tomatoes

$35.96 $20

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Cuban-Influenced Seafood, Sides, and Desserts at Capt. Marcos Seafood & More (43% Off). Two Options Available.

Capt. Marcos Seafood & More

East Naples

Families dine on piscatorial delights from whole, wild-caught fish, freshly netted crabs, and homemade sauces with a Cuban bent

$20 $11.50

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A flash of silver glimmers in Little Sarasota Bay, mere feet from the lush, tropical patio of Ophelia's on the Bay. It could be the belly of a leaping dolphin, the petals of a water lily, or the shiny lures of fishermen as they reel in the evening's catch. No matter its source, this sparkle reminds guests that simple pastimes such as nature gazing and family dinners are among life's greatest riches. Owner Stanley Ferro has honored this sentiment by naming Ophelia's after his grandmother, an epicure who has lived in Sarasota for more than 40 years.

In the kitchen, chefs use black grouper and tuna to showcase recipes from Florida's coasts and seaside countries such as France, Nicaragua, and Japan. Maine lobster tails morph into Mexican-inspired rellenos, and New England sea scallops bask in an emulsion of caramelized shallots and dill. Within the dining room, floor-to-ceiling windows frame views of the bay, where sea captains dock their boats or play Marco Polo with the nearby nesting herons. As the evening sky dims, moonlight casts a romantic glow over the patio's white tablecloths, and guests raise glasses of French champagne to a lovely evening under the stars.

9105 Midnight Pass Rd
Sarasota,
FL
US

At Selva, Latin America meets the United States atop plates splashed with "Peruvian cooking reinterpreted with polish and sophistication," according to the Herald-Tribune. Dubbed Nuevo Latino cuisine, the menu's signature ceviches and seafood entrees hint at eastern origins due to Peru's influx of Asian immigrants. The Ceviche de Ostras, for example, is tinged with ginger and rocoto, a Peruvian pepper, divided into "three white espresso cups…each containing oysters floating in leche de tigre, or tiger's milk." Joined by more familiar dishes such as chili-glazed Chilean salmon and bone-in veal chops, the ceviches claim a large chunk of the menu. The wine list contains exotic offerings from Argentina and Italy.

The dining room vibrates around an aesthetic centerpiece, a glass wall glazed with chunks of color that conjure imagines of a swirling mosaic. With auburn walls and plush couches, the lounge area facilitates chatter and nickel-filled pillow fights as live DJs spin tracks until 1 a.m. on weekends. Outside, water spills over a wall beside the patio seating.

1345 Main St
Sarasota,
FL
US

The Coyne family didn't forget their heritage when they left Ocean City, Maryland, to move to Sarasota, Florida. They took their native region's recipes with them and their love for local, fresh food, and the menu at Coyne's Pier 28 stands as evidence with jumbo lump crab cakes, crab pretzels, and a raw oyster bar. Their entrées feature fish from every sea, including items such as big island ahi tuna and the North Atlantic codfather, found in Francis Ford Coppola's pool. They also hosts events such as trivia night, ladies’ night, and hospitality night.

8201 S Tamiami Trl
Sarasota,
FL
US

The locally inspired seafood at Duval's New World Cafe is freshly caught from the ocean. There's scallops rockafella, with crispy fried oysters and asparagus-mushroom risotto, and there's North Atlantic lobster tail that can be paired with chimichurri, stuffed with crab and shrimp, baked with drawn butter, or twinned with another lobster. And they cook up more than merely ocean-sourced fare: they bake lamb chops with cashew pesto and sizzle ribeyes and filet mignon until they are so hot meteorologists study it.

1435 Main St
Sarasota,
FL
US

Oftentimes, those who find success in a given venture continually try to replicate their initial victory. But when Sean Murphy and Susan Timmins, owners of the award-winning Beach Bistro, were conceptualizing a new restaurant, they decided to go in a brand new direction. That direction was Eat Here, a more casual eatery with chef-crafted food in a charmingly stripped-down atmosphere. Instead of elegant stemware, there's mismatched cutlery from vintage stores; rather than fresh roses, there are sunflowers in old wine bottles.

The approach is working?Eat Here has emulated its big sibling's spot in Florida Trend's Golden Spoon Hall of Fame by winning Best New Restaurant awards from the same publication. The menu has a definite sense of humor (see the Better Than Any Frenchman's onion soup) and exciting presentations of luxury ingredients, such as lobster tacos and ice cubes shaped like gold bars. Complementing the selection of wild-caught seafood, wood stone pizzas, and revived American favorites are handcrafted cocktails, including lemongrass caipirinhas and watermelon mojitos.

5315 Gulf Dr
Holmes Beach,
FL
US

Planted adjacent to 20 acres of private, white-sand beach space on St. Pete Beach, TradeWinds Island Grand Resort provides a range of ways for its all-ages visitors to frolic in Gulf of Mexico waters. The sweeping hotel’s tall white buildings surround five heated pools and secluded areas for paddleboat piloting. Attractions are interconnected by a series of walkways, which allow running and playing. Adults can also embark on water-bound adventures that range from parasailing to boating.

The resort also offers land-based fitness programs and spa treatments, some of which take place on the beach, to help guests slough off stress. When not playing in the sand, kids can climb the beach’s three-story inflatable waterslide, or learn about pirate-themed crafts and memoir writing from a costumed Captain RedBeard.

5500 Gulf Blvd
St Pete Beach,
FL
US