Sea dwellers believe the world of landlubbers is a place inhabited by reckless motors and shiny hooks, and land dwellers believe the sea is full of mermaids and boat-crunching icebergs. End interterrestrial misunderstandings with today's Groupon to Sandollar Restaurant and Marina. Choose between the following options:
•For $3, you get $6 worth of seafood for lunch.
•For $15, you get $30 worth of seafood for dinner.
Captained by owner Harry Mangini and his more than 20 years of culinary experience, chefs at the riverside Sandollar Restaurant plate fresh seafood dishes, crispy sandwiches, and gourmet pastas. The menu casts a wide net over land and sea, distracting mouths from shouting out the day's crossword answers with decadent entrees such as cashew-crusted grouper laded with wine sauce ($16 for dinner, $9 for lunch). An array of pastas ($15–$17 for dinner, $8–$9 for lunch) and steaks ($11–$28) round out the land portion of the menu, and bread-hugged bites, such as the grouper-laden Sandollar sandwich ($8), facilitate quicker feasting. While enjoying views of the St. Johns River and conversations about how lazy salt water is, diners indulge in old Florida favorites, including the ahi tuna ($18 for dinner, $9 for lunch).