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St. Pete Beach Florida
St. Pete Beach Florida

The Don CeSar Beach Resort at St. Pete Beach is both an historical landmark and an architectural wonder. It is still open for business and very popular with those who can afford it. 

St. Pete Beach is loaded with little bars and grills like this one. They all look interesting, but there are just too many to try them all on one visit. 

The Seahorse Restaurant in Pass-A-Grille is only open for breakfast and lunch, but what a fabulous place! The food is outstanding, but so is the view, as the restaurant sits directly across from the bay, and while you won’t see any seahorses, you will see plenty of pelicans.

Pass-A-Grille, or “Pass of the Grillers”, is a quaint old Florida beachside village that took its name from the fact that Indians used the narrow peninsula to grill their fish. Although it is today part of St. Pete Beach, it has retained its small-town look and feel, and is home to several great restaurants as well as interesting shops.