St. Pete Beach offers 5 stops you can go by boat.
In Pass-a-Grille we have the Wharf, the local’s favorite, and Red White and Booze, best known for their fresh seafood. Just inside Blind Pass inlet, there is docking for Bouys, Capt Kevin’s favorite breakfast spot and Toasted Monkey, a great roof top bar overlooking the inlet and Gulf of Mexico. Just south of there is St Pete Beach’s newest restaurant with docking, Taverna on the Bay, which offers excellent Mediterranean cuisine.
Gulfport, a small town right on Boca Ciega Bay, has public docking that allows you to walk the town with many shops, bars and restaurants. O’Maddy’s has great food and a lot variety. Tommy’s Hideaway, THE BEST pizza. Drunken Taco has authentic margaritas. Neptunes has awesome Greek food. Gulfport really is a unique town.
Downtown St Petersburg, home of the Tampa Bay Rays. Plenty of docking at the famous St Pete Pier gives you access to all of downtown. Pier Teaki offers fun drinks and the best views of Downtown. Doc Ford’s serves Capt Kevin’s favorite tuna appetizer. Teak is known for great food and great views. There are so many places to list downtown; we could go all day.
Exclusive. St Pete Beach Boat Tour has the privilege of docking at Pasadena Yacht and Country Club. A private club on the water with a beautiful pool and awesome pool side bar and grill. This is one of our favorite spots.