Waterfront Dining in TAMPA.
What happened to waterfront dining in the city of Tampa? R.I.P. Rattlefish, Whiskey Joe's, Crawdaddy's. So far the only decent food I can get with waterfront views in the city of Tampa is Oystercatchers??? Anything else available that im missing(so so food can eb found at Castaway, Crabby Bill's, Baham Breeze, Rusty Pelican, Landry's, Jackson's, Cafe Dufrain, Collanade, Boston's)
With a Bay as big as it is, you would think the city of Tampa would have more eating establishments on the water. Anyone?
I'd suggest you do a little research and then drive down to Sarasota and have dinner at Marina Jack's or any of the lovely places on Anna Maria , Lido or Longboat keys.
Well, you just named 10 places on the water...I agree with you that none of them are awesome, but waterfront real estate costs big $$. Since Tampa isn't much of a tourist town, restaurateurs are better off spending money on food, staff and interior design, confident that the locals will find them even off the water. It's only a bummer to me when we have guests from out of town--waterfront is what they want.
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I hear it's at the old Castaway site on the Causeway. Great location, so so restaurant.
I sure hope they bring reggae nights back.