Indian Shores is a town in Pinellas County, Florida, United States. The town is a beach-front community situated on a barrier island west of Seminole. The population was 1,420 at the 2010 census. The town has recently undergone multiple construction and renovation projects, including utility undergrounding, road re-surfacing, and the placement of pedestrian safety measures. The town staff recently moved into a new municipal center which replaces the decades-old, antiquated facility. The new building houses all Town Departments, and a Council Chambers for official meetings. The fourth floor of the building has a large banquet hall, with waterfront balcony views on both sides.
Things to do in Indian Shores
4.5 based on 2 reviews
This beach landmark is legendary, and it’s still on fire with a burning passion for delectable food, enticing drink and pleasurable surroundings. For an evening of fine dining, elegant atmosphere, superior service and genuine hospitality, Salt Rock Grill is your destination.Come by land or sea and enjoy the finest dining location in Tampa Bay.St. Petersburg Times–"The first modern surf and turf joint on the beaches still packs them in with red-hot, straight-ahead cooking. Steaks are first-rate, lobsters monstrous, wine cellar deep, seafood and fish souped up in spicy broth. The unexpected treats are root vegetables, lentils and smart spicing"
We got to restaurant just as the opened. The menu is huge. We had a hard time picking. We we're not rushed. Wish we had put in our order right away, I think it was lost. Everyone around us ate and left before we received our food. We were there for over 2 hours. We ordered an appetizer. Waited 30 minutes for a salad and another hour before our meal came. It was good but would not go again.
A lot of locals come here. We were being starred at. Apparently we didn't dress nice enough to be there.
Sat out in the bay which was nice but too cold.
4 based on 257 reviews
We heard this was the place to go for karaoke so headed down there with some friends while visiting in town. The place was pretty busy but we were served cold beer pretty quickly. Prices seemed fair. Waitress was friendly. The problem was the karaoke was terrible. Me and my husband sing karaoke for fun whenever we are traveling. Sometimes it's good sometimes it's not. This place was horrible. The gal running the show was rude and didn't seem to know much about her job. The speakers were screeching and scratchy. On most people she had the music turned up so loud you couldn't hear them sing. We left early and found another place to sing.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Barking dogs have been annoying in the past, but not this year. The wait was tolerable and the food is always great! We sat outdoors and it was rather chilly, but still enjoyable.glad our puppy guests were more hospitiable this year - glad you enjoyed our great outdoors although cool - this weekend suppose to be much warmer - warmly, john
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Beautiful water front views, outdoor patio seating and plenty of parking. Fresh casual seafood
We had a delightful lunch looking over the inter-coastal at the Seabreeze Island Grill. Service was friendly and fairly quick. I ordered the Mahi Oscar with sauteed brussel sprouts and pineapple coleslaw. My husband tried the Fried shrimp with french fries and coleslaw. The entree also came with a coconut bread with a mango/coconut butter. Everything was very tasty!
4.5 based on 436 reviews
Its an great coffee house, fresh roast, also serves light lunch, alcohol and has a great outdoor area to sit.
Wonderful coffee and pastries in eclectic, cozy setting. Great breakfast sandwiches, panini's, and smoothies. The banana walnut muffin and chocolate croissants are yummy! Seating inside and outside surrounded by trees with live music on Friday nights. Servers are very friendly, especially Matthew V.!
4.5 based on 254 reviews
Jake's is a part of the Crabby Bill's Indian Rocks block. They have the best Mexican food in town!!!! Like a Mexican Subway we make it your way before your eyes!!
My wife and I came over from Tampa for some President’s Day beach fun and were looking for vegetarian lunch because we’re meatless for Lent. Jake’s was the perfect call! I’ll definitely be back when I CAN eat meat, because it looked great, but even...MoreThank you for dining with us, Gary! We are happy to hear we were a part of your fun beach day, and we look forward to seeing you again soon!
4.5 based on 103 reviews
Had one of the best cup of Dark heaven juice ever, since 9 yrs old I have been drinking coffee daily, The dark juice served to me was one of the top 5 ever!!.
small little place with shhh ambiance great music and a back patio has water front view nice little cozy place when ever in Redington or surrounding towns Ill make my way back always to Gypsy Souls.
5 based on 316 reviews
We strive to offer the freshest ice cream on Indian Shores. We make all our ice creams in-house. In fact, we are in the kitchen making ice cream every day! Only the freshest ingredients are used. We also have dairy-free ice cream, and gluten-free options. Swing by and taste for yourself! don’t take our word for it!
While on a recent vacation to Florida we were delighted to find Haze Ice Cream right across the street from the condo we were staying in. We went there every night after spending a warm sunny day on the beach. The owners and employees are...MoreHi Denise thank you for the awesome review, we hope you get to come back and see us again soon!
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Crabby Bills in Indian Rocks Beach has been here since April 28th 1983. We are a family business catering to our guest to develop long lasting relationships. We want to be the go to place for fresh seafood served in a casual beachy atmosphere. We serve breakfast from 7am daily and late night until 1:30 am daily.
Had a friend and her family out of state here, we decided to eat at Crabby Bill’s since we were right on the beach. It was convenient as it was on the beach and next to where my friend and her family was staying. There was an hour wait. The food and our waiter “Nina” was great. We ordered the seafood platter, split it between my husband and I. Thank goodness because it was more than enough.
4 Stars because they ran out of oysters.....was so looking forward to eating it. The wait was an hour, there was a waiting list for outside and a different waiting list for inside. We couldn’t be on both...or first to open list? Doesn’t make sense to me.
4.5 based on 556 reviews
I’ve had a variety of the Cubans at Kooky Coconut in the past and they are drop dead wonderfully tasteful. They are so good that I can’t wait to try all the other sandwiches on their menu. My latest visit however, was just for a malt with three other family members. We all had various flavors of malts and they were scrumptious. They let you pick whatever flavor ice cream you want in your malt. I picked the rocky road chocolate which was a mistake because there were tons of tiny hard chocolate chips at the bottom which were tasteless. I should’ve known better. Next time I will just choose a different flavor that doesn’t have a bunch of stuff in it. Everything about Kooky Coconut is fun, especially the fact that it is right next to my favorite place to park on the beach.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.