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Review for Parkshore Grill by Alan
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Wonderful Downtown St. Pete full service restaurant. Fish tacos to die for, and all their apps are, too. Perfect for a business lunch or a casual dinner after visiting all the museums.
Pros: Fresh seafood galore!
Cons: Parking can be tricky, so be prepared to find a meter.
Review for The Canopy Rooftop Lounge by Grayson
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Beautiful view! The drinks were delicious as well as the appetizers! Great place to go with friends on a nice day!
Review for The Library - The Peabody by Grayson
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The brunch is so delicious! They have such a wide range of mimosa flavors! The restaurant really resembles a library, such a fun atmosphere!
Review for Post Corner Pizza by Ashley
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Best place for pizza in the area for sure!
Pros: Great food, service, and views
Review for Bon Appetit Restaurant by Alan
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Fantastic water view gem in Dunedin. Live music, great food, and an atmosphere to die for. Go for sunset and you'll have an evening you won't soon forget.
Pros: Sunsets, water views, dolphin sightings.
Cons: Gets crowded so be sure to make reservations.
Review for Hawkers by Jon
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Hawkers is a great spot right on Central in downtown St. Pete. Lots of choices that will have you coming back often!

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The Indian Rocks Beach in Florida is located on a shoal between the Gulf of Mexico and the Intracoastal Waterway of the West Coast of Florida. It is a relatively small city that was incorporated in 1956. To its north lie the Belleair Shores and the Belleair Beach. To its south are the Indian Shores and the Redingtons. The Tampa International Airport is about 45 minutes away to the east. Despite the small land area of Indian Rocks Beach, only about 480 acres, this tourist destination offers a wide variety of attractions and surprisingly diverse types of accommodations, from the usual hotels and beach resorts, to high-rise waterfront condominiums, beach cottages, and townhouses. Some of the notable places to go in Indian Rocks Beach are the Museum of the Indian Rocks Area Historical Society, the Beach Art Center, Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary, and the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. The Museum of the Indian Rocks Area Historical Society showcases the history of all the cities on the island. The Beach Art Center offers workshops for crafts and the visual arts. The Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary protects avian wildlife, including herons, pelicans, and cormorants. And the Clearwater Marine Aquarium features river otters, loggerhead sea turtles, bottlenose dolphins, and other marine creatures. Besides learning about the City of Indian Rocks Beach and how to protect the environment, tourists will have an exciting time exploring, cycling, boating, and fishing. There are also rows and rows of novelty stores, gift shops, and boutiques where tourists can buy souvenirs. After shopping and exploring, the visitors of Indian Rocks Beach will enjoy culinary delights offered by numerous restaurants, clubs, bars, and lounges. The finest dining is offered by nearby gourmet restaurants such as the Wine Cellar, the Lobster Pot, and the Island Way Grill.

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Ashley on Salt Rock Grill
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Salt Rock Grill
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Love coming here to eat dinner on the water!

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