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Peninsula Inn and Spa offers French fare par excellence. Dieters looking for low-fat options will be out of luck, though, as taste trumps caloric value here. Beer, wine, and more are also available from Peninsula Inn and Spa's extensive drink list. Peninsula Inn and Spa is a great location to host a group dinner. Outdoor dining doesn't get much better than the beautiful patio at Peninsula Inn and Spa. Dress up for your night on the town so you can feel great while you eat great. Can't get enough of Peninsula Inn and Spa's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events. Drive to lunch or dinner at Peninsula Inn and Spa and find easy parking in a lot close by or on the street. Prepare to spend about $30 per person when dining at Peninsula Inn and Spa. Chow down on breakfast, lunch, or dinner fare at Peninsula Inn and Spa — they're open for all three meals.
2937 Beach Blvd S
Gulfport,
FL
US
With brilliant red curtains behind them, a trio of string players takes the stage and begins to flood St. Petersburg Nights' dining room with festive music. Before them on the wood-paneled dance floor, a woman flutters scarves into the air as she gracefully twirls. This is a standard scene on Friday and Saturday nights, offering entertainment to diners as they enjoy classic Russian and Ukrainian fare such as steamed pierogi, beef stroganoff, and crêpes stuffed with red caviar or chicken. Free burlesque shows are also available on Thursday nights. The kitchen crew crafts these dishes by following recipes passed down for two centuries, making the meals older than Rip Van Winkle's teddy bear. Patrons can take in the show while comfortably seated in padded wicker armchairs, or retreat to the hookah lounge to practice sending smoke signals that request martini refills.
6800 Sunset Way
St Pete Beach,
FL
US
An old world union of shiny red tablecloths, wall murals, and rustic wooden accents forms the backdrop for La Cote Basque's chefs, who harness traditional European recipes to imbue their menu with classic French, Italian, and German flavors. Complex flavor combinations tastily define La Cote Basque?s menu. The restaurant?s palate-popular chefs enlist sherry to saut? shrimp, fresh mushrooms, and peppers before recruiting brandy to flamb? the entire concoction while a sunny-side-up egg adorns schnitzel holstein, a breaded veal cutlet served with anchovies and capers. Like friendship bracelets traded by butchers, the medallions senater assorties encompasses six different meats, including beef marsala, veal piccata, and chicken parmesan. House wines,?such as chianti and sangria, complement the international-dining experience.
3104 Beach Blvd S
Gulfport,
FL
US
At Super Scoops, Ghirardelli hot fudge drizzles down the sides of premium Working Cow ice cream stacked on fresh waffle cones. Seasonal flavors such as pumpkin swirl abound, and some flavors are fortified with vitamins and nutrients such as protein, vitamin C, and iron. Super Scoops also dishes out sundaes, milkshakes, and low-fat, sugar-free ice cream, as well as nonfrozen treats such as the occasional apple-crisp special and a wide assortment of candy. Studious kids can bring in their report cards and take advantage of Super Scoops’ Good Grades Incentive Program, which offers the ultimate reward for good grades—free ice cream.
10709 Gulf Blvd.
Treasure Island,
FL
US
Chillounge Night moves the atmosphere of a nightclub outdoors, freeing warm pulses of bass to tremble under the stars and roll beneath the chatter of guests perched on plush sofas. Toasts are made, adding treble notes to the organic symphony as the sun sinks below the horizon and the atmosphere takes on the festive feeling. Samba dancers parade past tables laden with signature dishes from local restaurants, and fashion shows parade intriguing threads. As fireworks crackle against the darkening sky at some events, live music begins to fuel dancing or make metronomes feel more comfortable.
1 Park Pl. & 106th Ave.
Treasure Island,
FL
US
Nestled in Maritana's cool cocoon of deep-blue aquariums, your adolescent dreams of becoming a marine biologist will merge with your adult palate as you drink in the colorful fish and an equally vibrant menu. An eclectic mix of dishes combine Caribbean cuisine with the home-cooked meals of the American South to form a peninsular portmanteau called Floribbean cuisine. Unlike human-animal hybrids, this combo cuisine suits a wide variety of tastes and poses few, if any, ethical questions.
3400 Gulf Boulevard
St. Pete Beach,
FL
US
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