Sea Sea Riders has been a local Dunedin business for 30 years. It has been family owned and operated since 1988 so this year is their 30th anniversary of delicious food, drinks, and atmosphere. They have been a staple in Downtown Dunedin for locals who became regulars over the past 30 years of bumpin’ business.

Recently, they’ve done major renovations for their 30th anniversary to make better use of their space while maintaining the comfortable and cozy feel the community relies on them for. Historic preservation is important to them so they maintained the cottage originally built in 1903 with a pet-friendly porch out front! This outdoor space is important to them because they’re located near the waterfront in the quaint district of Downtown Dunedin.

Their regulars will be the first to tell you that they serve award-winning and reasonably-priced cuisine in a relaxed setting. It’s the perfect place to take your family on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Feel like wearing leggings and a sweater? Sea Sea Riders is the ideal dinner spot because they want you to feel at home. It's some of the best dining in Dunedin that the city has to offer! 

With live music every weekend and one of the top 10 craft cocktails in America, this is a joint you want to try! The Blueberry Yum Yum cocktail combines Nolet's Gin, blueberry shrub, Friexnet Negro Brut, lemon juice, sugar, butterfly pea flower tea, and cannabidiol, otherwise known as CBD oil. No, this cocktail won’t get you high, it will simply relax you and put you at ease.

Not only are they recognized for their new age cocktails but they serve tender steaks and fresh off the boat seafood. The pecan crusted grouper in a bourbon brown butter sauce is a local favorite as well as their vegetarian lasagne, for those who don’t eat meat.

Alongside the Blueberry Yum Yum Cocktail, other local favorites include the Blood Orange Margarita and the Purple Haze (which also includes some CBD oil).  

Stop by Sea Sea Riders for an exquisite and every changing local menu! For more on restaurants in Dunedin, check out 727area, your local guide to Dunedin, Clearwater, St. Pete, Largo and more!