Tuesday, November 20, 2018

The Moon Under Water


One of the places my step-dad took us for a light lunch was the British pub and restaurant, The Moon Under Water. There's an interesting story behind the name and it has to do with drunkards being recruited by dubious means to join the British Army in the 18th century. To read the shocking story that inspired the name, visit their about page. We also got some great views of St. Pete and close to one of the many large banyan trees.

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My step-dad took this photo of Hubby and me.


A Banyan Tree

The Moon Under Water

Hubby and my step-dad

Burger and Fries

Coronation Chicken Salad


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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Mazzaro's Italian Market


Mazzaro's Italian Market is an awesome deli in St. Petersburg, Florida, where you can buy freshly made pasta and mozzarella cheese, freshly baked breads and cakes, and many other wonderful things. There are bar stools in the bakery section for people who want to stop for a sandwich and coffee. My mom and step-dad visit there often to buy bread, mozzarella, and rum balls to satisfy that sweet craving. It's impossible not to salivate when walking through Mazzaro's. They even have an extensive wine selection.


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Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Fourth Street Shrimp Store


If you're looking for good seafood in St. Petersburg, Florida, without all the fuss, then go where the locals go. We ate delicious fried shrimp at Fourth Street Shrimp Store and, when you see my food pics, you'll see just how casual the dining experience is. Being an American expat tourist, I enjoyed people watching too. And, in case you missed it, another great casual dining experience with the view of the Gulf of Mexico is Paradise Grille.

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Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Paradise Grille and St. Pete Beach


We had lunch at Paradise Grille situated at St. Pete Beach, Florida. This restaurant is outside casual dining with good food, right by the beach. I had a delicious fried grouper sandwich. I should have ordered the yummy French fries, because my coleslaw was warm and didn't taste nice. After eating lunch, we kicked off our shoes and walked along the beautiful long beach on the Gulf of Mexico.

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Paradise Grille

My brother and step-dad ordering lunch.

Hubby took this photo of my brother, me, and step-dad.

My yummy fried grouper sandwich










My step-dad and hubby

Hubby took this photo of me.

My step-dad took this photo for me.
The sand was too hot for my feet!

My step-dad also took this photo for me.
This is The Don CeSar Hotel.



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