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For the landlubber, the New York Strip Steak is served


with smoked sea salt, a special Sea Sea Riders steak sauce and herb mash potatoes. The Jamaican Jerk Chicken is char- grilled, jerk marinated and served with pineapple chutney, tostones, pigeon peas and rice. There is also a Sea Sea Burger. Add either the Salt & Pepper Fries or the Onion Petal, and yes, you are transported to paradise. There is also a daily Chef’s-prepared Vegetarian dish. Be sure to leave room for desserts that are all house made,


like the Key Lime Pie or the Flourless Chocolate Torte. Casual, affordable, delicious and fun. We love it.


Bailey, the Doggie


Dining Restaurant Reviewer


Bailey was adopted from the Humane Society of Tampa Bay several years ago. She goes almost


everywhere with her humans, Suzie and Jerry Archibald.


She visits restaurants and helps


The New Barker


review dog-friendly dining options.


To find out how your restaurant could


receive a visit and a review from Bailey, email us at


info@thenewbarker.com


Meet New Friends - Marley (below) welcomed Bailey (above) to his restaurant.


Open For Lunch & Dinner Daily 11:30a-9p


Happy Hour Everyday 3p-6p 2 for 1


Bud & Bud Light, Well Drinks and House Wine.


221 Main Street Dunedin


727.734.1445 www.TheNewBarker.com Sweet Sage Cafe www.SweetSageCafe.com


16725 GULF BOULEVARD NORTH REDINGTON BEACH


727.391.0453 DAILY 7AM-2PM


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Your dog friendly destination for fresh seafood, steaks and chicken and daily Happy Hour Specials. Outdoor dining. Many DirectTV P ackages.


Your dog friendly destination for fr ocat ations:


483 Mandalay Avenue, Clearwater Beach, 727.441.6000 26111 US Highway 19, Clearwater, 727.799.3000 15000 Madeira Way, Madeira Beach, 727.391.1704


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