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Cuisine


Average Entrée Price


Meals served


Style


Dining SB - Sunday Brunch


B - Breakfast L - Lunch D - Dinner


St. Petersburg/Beaches BUBBA GUMP SHRIMP CO.


185 Boardwalk Place W Madeira Beach, FL 33708


(727) 397-4867 • www.bubbagump.com


Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. captures the charm and American spirit that made Paramount Picture’s “Forrest Gump” such a smash hit! Our venue’s design combines all-American optimism with down home decor. Located on John’s Pass Boardwalk with incredible views! From shrimp to fish, chicken to steak, we’ve got the All-American menu guaranteed for your satisfaction!


CICCIO’S CALIFORNIA CUISINE


190 37th Ave. N • St. Petersburg, FL 33704 (727) 898-8226


www.cicciorestaurantgroup.com


An eclectic mix of Mediterranean, Italian, Asian and American cuisine served in a color splashed setting reminiscent of a Mediterranean villa. Choose from our grilled market catch selections, thin crust New York style pizza, cool salads, fresh pastas, gourmet California wrap sandwiches and stir fries. Visit any one of our three Tampa Bay area locations. Visit www.cicciorestaurantgroup.com.


THE LOBSTER POT RESTAURANT 17814 Gulf Blvd.


Redington Shores, FL 33708 (727) 391-8592


www.lobsterpotrestaurant.com


Award winning seafood restaurant in Tampa Bay for over 33 years. Elegant menu features lobsters from around the world. Unsurpassed by the elegant dining service and live jazz, this hideaway hosts intimate celebrations. It’s all part of a wonderful celebration to remember. Private parties and catering available.


THE MELTING POT OF ST. PETERSBURG


2221 4th St. N • St. Petersburg, FL 33704 (727) 895-6358 • www.meltingpot.com


The Melting Pot is the country’s premier fondue restaurant chain. Guests enjoy a choice of four flavorful fondue cooking styles and a variety of unique entrees combined with special dipping sauces. The menu also includes creamy cheese fondues, fresh salads, fine wines, and mouthwatering chocolate fondue desserts.


WILDWOOD BBQ & BURGER AT POSTCARD INN


6300 Gulf Blvd. • St. Pete Beach, FL 33706 www.postcardinn.com


During lunch and dinner, Wildwood BBQ & Burger serves up slow-smoked BBQ favorites like ribs, brisket, and pulled pork. Wildwood BBQ & Burger comes to St. Pete Beach via New York City, where it has received rave reviews for its authentic BBQ and lively atmosphere.


Clearwater/North Pinellas THE LOBSTER POT BISTRO


731 Bayway Blvd. Clearwater Beach, FL 34767 (727) 446-8809 • www.lobsterpotbistro.com


The newest Lobster Pot location comes to Clearwater Beach! Bringing nationally acclaimed live jazz and sports entertainment to accompany an award-winning menu. Winner of “Best Appetizer” and “Best Entrée.” It’s all part of a wonderful celebration to remember. Private parties and catering available. THE MELTING POT OF OLDSMAR


FONDUE


3689 Tampa Rd.• Oldsmar, FL 34677 (813) 854-4691 • www.meltingpot.com


The Melting Pot is the country’s premier fondue restaurant chain. Guests enjoy a choice of four flavorful fondue cooking styles and a variety of unique entrees combined with special dipping sauces. The menu also includes creamy cheese fondues, fresh salads, fine wines, and mouthwatering chocolate fondue desserts.


$41 D CASUAL BARBEQUE $8-$15 L/D CASUAL AMERICAN $41 D CASUAL STEAK/SEAFOOD D FINE DINING OTHER L/D CASUAL


AMERICAN


$8-$25


L/D


CASUAL


STEAK/SEAFOOD


D


FINE DINING


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