While visiting or living near St. Pete Beach, dining is always a popular past time.
For upscale dining many people enjoy a quiet evening at Fetishes Fine Dining, the Don
Cesar Resort or the Tradewinds Resort. These restaurants offer the best steak and seafood
dishes in an intimate dining experience. And if you crave a little more casual menu, one of the
most popular restaurants is Sea Critters Café by Pass-A-Grille. Come by land or by sea and dock
your boat here. You can sit inside or on the deck and enjoy the culinary creations at this seaside
getaway. Or Woody’s Waterfront is as close to waterfront dining as you can get. Enjoy a
grouper sandwich, burger or wings while sitting at a table on Blind Pass overlooking the beautiful
Gulf of Mexico.
There are many great parks around the coastline of St. Pete Beach. These parks are a
great way to enjoy the tranquil beaches in this part of
Florida. Some of the most popular are
Pass-A-Grill which offers shuffleboard courts and tropical scenery that is unmatched in this area,
and Hurley Park which has picnic pavilions, playgrounds, and lighted basketball and tennis courts.
Nearby Fort DeSoto Park in Tierra Verde is the number one highlight in the area.
Many people buy real estate in St. Pete Beach
to be close to this desirable area. Dr. Beach named this beach "North America's Top Beach" in 2005.
You can spend the entire day
at Fort Desoto and relax on the sun-drenched beaches, admire the tranquil lakes,
or get lost in the wonderful and natural landscape that exists throughout this
park. Some of the many amenities Fort DeSoto has to offer are:
campgrounds, canoeing, boat ramps, fishing, nature trails, picnic areas and so
much more. Visit this
Fort DeSoto Park website for more information; it's one of the most
informative sites on this Pinellas County Park we call Fort DeSoto.