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Keith Slater (813) 601-6047
Tina Pennington (813) 601-6047

Pass-a-grille Restaurants

Welcome to our favorite Restaurants in Pass-a-Grille

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Brass Monkey

Drawing on 30 years restaurant experience in the Maryland Chesapeake Bay area, Kelly and her husband Barry have worked to achieve uncompromised and superior food quality, service, value and consistency in a classy, yet casual dining atmosphere. All of our menu items are prepared in-house with the highest quality ingredients and painstaking attention to detail and freshness, all offered at a reasonable price. We are proud to say: “We overlook nothing but the Gulf!”




Experience the crown jewel of historic Pass-A-Grille – the Hurricane Seafood Restaurant is in the heart of the Pass-A-Grille historical district. Located just across the street from the Gulf, with rooftop twin bars that offer spectacular sunset views, the Hurricane has become a world-renown restaurant for both locals and vacationers, serving the St. Pete Beach community for over 30 years. Offering the finest in fresh, wild-caught seafood in a tantalizing array of appetizers, entrees, drinks, and desserts, the Hurricane dazzles with three levels of dining and complimentary views, seven days a week.

Savor a St. Pete Beach sunset on the Hurricane Watch, overlooking the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, sharing our signature "Colossal Margarita" with friends. Make it a date or celebrate a special occasion on Level Two – featuring an alluring menu of juicy steaks, our signature "Mom's 1945 Crab Cake," and more. Or dine downstairs at the Original Hurricane, amidst a casual yet festive, family-friendly ambiance. Meet for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner, or wind down with our Roof-Top Happy Hour, from 12 - 6 pm, Monday through Friday. Whichever level you choose, and whatever the occasion may be, it's all here at the Hurricane!




The Warf

Located on Pass-A-Grille, The Wharf Restaurant is one of St. Pete Beach’s best kept secrets. Not only is there great food, one can enjoy a spectacular view of Tierra Verde and Shell Island from the intercoastal waterway. With convenient boat slips, boaters often enjoy a place to eat and drink.

Visitors from all over the world are directed by the Beach Locals to visit the Wharf for great food and drinks (made to order) and the unmatched atmosphere of our historic location.

From live music up front Friday & Saturday 7 pm to 10 pm & Sunday’s at 4 pm to 7pm, to the spectacular views off the back decks, 15 TVs to watch your favorite sports (NFL & College Packages), full liquor bar with 21 beers on tapmultiple Happy Hours at the main bar, the laid back attitude of the Wharf will inspire you to slow down, relax and linger a while.

Only minutes from Downtown St. PetersburgFort Desoto (the #1 beach in the country), Shell Island andEgmont Key. The beach is a 5 minute walk away. We can be reached by CAR or BOAT, 7 days a week, 364 days a year. We are only closed on Thanksgiving Day.

When you stop by to see us, if the parking lot is full, there is extra metered parking at the beach, which is a short 5-minute walk away.


Sea Critters

Enjoy a unique casual dining experience at Sea Critters Café located on the waterfront on historic Pass-A-Grille, St Pete Beach, Florida, a slice of tropical Parrot-head paradise.

Set right on the water, our island-styled restaurant is a terrific respite from the everyday.  The casual ambiance and decor, coupled with outdoor dining and a substantial menu of great food, beckons to folks who just want to relax.  Most appetites find accommodation in pastas, sandwiches, steaks, chicken, and especially seafood.  Boat-fresh fish and shellfish are incredible, as evidenced in crab cakes, lobster rolls, shrimp, salmon, and grouper, the Florida standard.  The menu also features more casual meals such as a pulled pork sandwich or chicken quesadillas for those looking for a lighter meal.

Unique to Sea Critters Café is the abundance of catfish that tend to swim around off the outside dock where patrons dine. The fish appear just after sunset and are amusing to watch.