A fish market meets casual eatery. Not only is the food fantastic and fresh, the sunset views overlooking the marina are breathtaking. Specializing in the freshest seafood on the coast, Wickman has served under six James Beard award-winning chefs and will tantalize your tastebuds with everything from Florida stone crabs and peel n' eat shrimp to his take on the Cuban sandwich.
Seafood Restaurant in South Pasadena, FL, United States
Back in the 1950s when mullet schools filled waterways, Ted Peters sold the smoked fish by the roadside. The restaurant he built retains that Old Florida charm, with frosty root beer mugs and picnic tables at which you can enjoy hot German potato salad, perfectly smoked salmon, and mahi mahi. How old school is this place? It's using the same plastic plates it used during the Kennedy administration but it doesn’t take plastic for payment.
Mexican Restaurant in Saint Petersburg, FL, United States
Chef Zack Gross loves his family, tattoos, skateboards, and quirky, fun food. All of them come together here in this half-pipe dining room with a polyurethane bar and a wall display by St. Petersburg tattoo artist Evil Don. Not to be outdone by the decor, the eats menu boasts things like Dr Pepper fried baby back ribs and wasabi deviled eggs that are to Gross what “Gold Digger” is to Kanye. He got that ambition, baby.