Food & Drink in Pinellas Park

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Standing as high as the chefs' shoulders, a 1,000-pound clay oven heats classic Indian meals inside a pot-like chamber that reaches temperatures of up to 900 degrees Fahrenheit. The massive tandoor oven adds signature smokiness to a variety of comestibles, from soft naan bread to the customer favorite butter chicken, whose boneless slivers of meat come drenched in a creamy tomato sauce.

Curriez Indian Cuisine's pair of chefs, each with nearly two decades' worth of culinary experience, uses only halal meat when compiling hearty dishes. They can also leave meat out of the equation for vegetarian fare prepared on a separate, meat-free platform. Guests may enjoy their authentic Indian meals seated at a table or booth or inside the private dining room, which can seat up to 30 people with no more than three legs apiece.

7201 66th St N
Pinellas Park,
FL
US

Beneath the lid of each Keva cup you'll find a fresh-fruit fete where vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants swim in synchrony in hopes of wooing you into their world of wellness. Taste-test your way through Keva's tempting menu of healthy and delicious smoothies. The Hawaiian holiday carries hunger pangs away on a wave of pineapple and orange juice, banana, orange sherbet, and strawberries, while the gimme guava delivers tropical tastes of the namesake fruit's juice, pineapple sherbet, peaches, and strawberries. For something more indulgent, try the Oreo speedwagon, a mixture of nonfat milk, nonfat vanilla yogurt, chocolate syrup, and Oreos. If you're looking to settle down with a slurpable soul mate, use Keva's online matchmaking tool before you swing by the storefront. Smoothies come in sizes from 12 oz. kids (starting at $2.98) to 32 oz. large (starting at $5.27).

7093 66th Street North
Pinellas Park,
FL
US

Offering a tantalizing selection of French, American, and fusion fare, Moulin Rouge provides an authentic dining experience fueled by a talented kitchen staff of French and American trained chefs. A varied menu features palate-stimulating dishes such as surf and turf ($28), chicken bordeaux with sautéed mushrooms and tomatoes ($9.95), New York strip steak ($17.95), and tilapia with ratatouille ($10.95). Patrons will enjoy a cozy, relaxing atmosphere, as well as friendly service provided by an attentive staff. Additionally, a fully stocked bar and an extensive wine list will lubricate conversation without the need to invite a nosy therapist to dinner.

10525 US Highway 19 North
Pinellas Park,
FL
US

When Rosie first moved from Detroit to Pinellas Park and began working at a seafood restaurant, she was surprised to learn that clams and fish didn't just come in sticks or strips. After gaining hands-on experience at the restaurant and sampling the fresh lobster, whole-belly clams, and haddock, Rosie decided to buy her own restaurant with her daughter Tammy. Today, Rosie serves fresh New England–style seafood, including sea scallops, chowder, and fish fresh from Florida’s waters.

Inside the restaurant, live bands perform memorable tunes as patrons dig into buttery lobster or quaff drinks at a full bar underneath a wall-mounted ship. The eatery's nautical theme continues in wooden oars attached to the walls, a fishing net full of lobsters, and murals of palm trees under puffy white clouds.

6657 49th St N
Pinellas Park,
FL
US

In 1974, Hank Aaron tied the home-run record and the first pocket calculators leapt in popularity. It was also the year that Fred and Carol Zinda of rural Wisconsin decided they’d sell their belongings, move to Florida, and start an Italian restaurant. Now, celebrating their 39th year of business, ovens at the couple’s two locations open to reveal baked pastas and hand-tossed pies with regular or pan crusts that ripple in the waves of heat. Joto's Pizza––named for Jodi and Tori, the couple’s daughters––has remained a family affair. While licking fingers clean, patrons question a worker about the restaurant's catering services and the possibility of disguising pizzas as pie charts for tax purposes.

9119 Belcher Rd N
Pinellas Park,
FL
US

Sushi Lover's cuts of fresh fish recall the oceanic environment from whence they came, especially when carefully stacked on rice in nigiri or highlighted solo on sashimi platters. In addition to several eel rolls, the roster of specialty maki includes a gourmet-style Victory roll with a crab-and-apple filling, a topper of seared salmon and shrimp, and garnishes of ponzu-unagi sauce and sesame. The sushi chefs also integrate an American edge into rolls such as the Cowgirl Steak, which blends medium-rare beef and teriyaki sauce mixed by skilled buffalo.

9727 66th St N
Pinellas Park,
FL
US