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Need Monday night dinner in St. Pete Beach

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Cafe Luna was highly recommended on this board, but their Web site says that they are closed on Mondays. That is the only night I will be in SPB.

I'd like to find something else similar. I won't be eating seafood, so keep that in mind. I will have a car for transportation.


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  1. Snapper or their sister restaurant Mad fish ( which takes reservation) both in my opinion are better with sea food. Enjoy

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    1. re: rothdan

      Thanks for the suggestions. Do you happen to know if these restaurants have menus online?

      Also, since I am not interested in seafood, can I get some alternate recs?

      1. re: _V_

        Here is the (very tedious) website for Snappers:
        Both Mad Fish and Snapper's have good non seafood offerings.

        I also would second the recommendation by Check Please for the Pearl. One of my very favorite retaurants. Lamb tagine, delicious tapas, etc. Only five minutes from SPBeach too.

        1. re: joan

          Boy, that IS an irritating Web site. The menu looks good, but I think The Pearl is going to be the winner this time...

    2. Unfortunately there is not a lot on St Pete Beach (SPB) that is outstanding other than seafood. Since you have a car, St Pete is not that far of a drive and there are some good recommendations fairly close. I am not sure how familiar you are with the area, but just ask for directions.
      There is a continental restaurant called O'Bistro that is pretty good. I did not see a website but here is the City search info.

      http://local.yahoo.com/details?id=144... it is about 15 mins away from the beach.
      Also on Treasure Island which is the next beach over going north there is also a
      continental restaurant called The Pearl. They do have a website with menus
      http://www.gotothepearl.com if you are in the mood for Pizza there is a great place called Vito and Michaels at 7704 Blind Pass Road, SPB.

      On Tierra Vierde which is a bridge away from SPB, there is a german restaurant called Good Times that is very good. They do not take credit cards! So have cash if you go.