Pinchers Crab Shack
Succulent stone crab, grouper, blue crab and more are delivered fresh daily. Pinchers Crab Shack is all about crabs.
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When it comes to dining in Sarasota, you can be sure of two things: You'll get the freshest seafood possible and you'll be treated to the greatest views year-round. The Suncoast is laced with places to dine outdoors and take in a beautiful sunset over the Gulf of Mexico.
Randy’s Fishmarket combines a seafood restaurant, fish market, small general store and bar in a relaxed, casual Florida atmosphere.
Enjoy Naples freshest seafood caught daily by Randy's local fisherman or ...read more
Escape to a tranquil dining oasis hidden in downtown Sarasota at The Garden Room Cafe at Shoogie Boogies.
Refresh and revitalize your palate over a light lunch featuring garden fresh salads, homemade soups and wraps in their ...read more
Enjoy Naples and Bonita Springs freshest seafood at Pinchers Crab Shack. Pinchers motto is "You can't fake fresh" and this is the standard that Southwest Florida's favorite seafood restaurant has operated by for over ten years. Succulent ...read more
Paradise Seafood & Gourmet Market on Marco Island offers an extensive fresh seafood selection and over 1,000 'best in category' gourmet grocery items. Delicious Chef prepared soups, spreads, dips and platters. Paradise Seafood ...read more
Village Cafe offers everything from delicious breakfast favorites to salads, sandwiches and burgers in a relaxed family atmosphere.
Wide variety of healthy choices, large portions (warning: the pancakes are plate size!) and ...read more
Sweet Home Chicago Pub and Grub is the ideal dining choice for the entire family with a wide variety of Italian dishes with a Chicago twist in addition to some other ethnic surprises. The menu has a full array of delicious appetizers, ...read more
Sarasota and the surrounding region offer a food extravaganza with more than 840 restaurants, most of which are locally owned. Beside fresh seafood, authentic Italian, Peruvian, Mexican and even traditional Amish fare can all be found within Sarasota's culinary landscape.
Go mad over fresh fish at a local favorite or kick it up a notch with the latest trends in "Floribbean" fare. Similar to the Floridian culture, Floribbean cuisine is very heavily influenced by global immigrants, especially the Caribbean. Featuring the freshest ingredients, complex medleys of spices and generous uses of just picked fruit, especially citrus and tropical, these exotic flavors create a taste unique to Florida.
Stop by a gourmet shop to pick up a hot, homemade meal to go or attend a wine tasting where you might just find your new favorite vintage. Grab a scoop of creamy ice cream while you're on Siesta Key or St. Armands Circle and cool off while you watch the bustle go by.
Sarasota-area dining also includes plenty for the family and late-night crowd. Families will find an abundance of restaurants offering kid-friendly menu items and a fun atmosphere. Many restaurants also offer wonderful late-night menu options.
You'll find the area offers a variety of distinctive dining choices. From casual to fine dining, the Sarasota area has it all.