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You Can Sip A Margarita & Soak In Ocean Views At This Adorable Florida Eatery

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St. Pete Bar Hurricane Seafood Restaurant Gives You Stunning Sunset Views While You Dine

There are tons of yummy places to indulge in along the St. Pete Beach, but few places will give you booze, food, and stunning views all at once. At one St. Pete bar, Hurricane Seafood Restaurant, you can get lofty ocean views while you sip a refreshing margarita for the perfect end to your beach day.

Found in the heart of the Pass-A-Grille historic district, Hurricane Seafood Restaurant has been serving up delicious food and stunning views to the St. Pete community for decades.

With happy, vibrant coloring and the freshest wild-caught seafood around, the infamous eatery is hard to miss where it stands just across the street from the Gulf.

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Featuring rooftop twin bars, you can soak in gorgeous Gulf Coast sunsets as you lounge above the streets of St. Pete with a drink in hand. Open seven days a week, you can treat yourself to tantalizing appetizers, organic seafood, juicy steaks, and homemade cocktails anytime.

Not only is it a modern gem to enjoy again and again, the restaurant has a rich and storied history.

Having changed hands several times and even almost completely demolished at one point, it actually started out as a bath house in 1912.

Rising from humble beginners, Hurricane Seafood Restaurant is a now a beloved classic in the St. Pete Beach community.

The fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down, however, as the restaurant has a nightlife of its own. You can rent out the rooftop for special events and take advantage of the special rooftop menu.

With good food, strong community, and even more beautiful views, this St. Pete gem is sure to become of your favorite go-to places to spend an evening.

Hurricane Seafood Restaurant

Price: 💸💸

Cuisine: Fresh seafood and classic surf and turf

Address: 809 Gulf Way, St. Pete Beach, FL

Why You Need To Go: You can indulge in fresh seafood, refreshing drinks, and the best views around at this classic eatery.

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