Madeira Beach (/məˈdɛərə/ mə-DAIR-ə) is a city in Pinellas County, Florida, United States, bordered on the west by the Gulf of Mexico and on the east by St. Petersburg. As of the 2010 census, the population was 4,263. The area is primarily residential with little or no industrial or sizable service businesses. Residents are mostly supported by commercial interests outside the area, and a large number of residents are retirees. Entertainment district John's Pass is located on the Intracoastal Waterway. The city is often referred to by locals as Mad Beach.
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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 1 reviews
Established in 2007 We are a casual waterfront restaurant located on the boardwalk in Johns Pass Village. We started as a small ice cream and coffee shop in 2007. We slowly expanded over the next few years slowly bringing in more and more food items. Now we are a one stop shop on the boardwalk for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We pride ourselves in the quality of our food and love to hangout on the boardwalk and talk about fishing. Come on out and try our Authentic New England Lobster Roll, our delicious fish tacos and of course our famous Boardwalk fries, you wont be dissapointed.
Only in town 2 days, so turned to TripAdvisor for recommendations, and The Boardwalk Grill made the short list. Loved the atmosphere of being right on the boardwalk, staff was very friendly & helpful, and the Lobster Roll did not disappoint! Honestly, it is so delicious & fresh and served on a buttered, grilled bun that was perfectly crisp & not too buttery. This was lunch, so we shared the lobster roll & the grilled fish tacos. The fish tacos were good, but we both thought we should've had our own lobster rolls!
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 1 reviews
We are proud to serve the freshest Gulf Seafood on the market. In addition we only buy wild caught seafood we will NEVER buy any farm raised seafood. Our kitchen is a fusion of The Gulf Coast; from New Orleans to the Tampa Beach Coast and their regional influences. Most of our Ingredients are Fresh from the Gulf and Florida. We don’t have walk-in coolers or big storage areas so we have to go to the market often to guarantee the freshness of our ingredients. In addition we offer 16 craft beers on tap many from the local area and New orleans
We tried the grouper bites- came with a nice dipping sauce, shrimp alfredo- just ok- too many peas, noodles were penne, coconut shrimp - better than PJs, and crab cakes. Loved the beet slaw. Tavern atmosphere, cool historic pictures of Treasure Island throughout the restaurant.
4.5 based on 755 reviews
A very nice ,cozy restaurant on Gulf blvd. ,great breakfast selections and friendly staff.There is another Frog Pond in St. Pete’s beach ,not sure if they’re affiliated,the Remington Beach one is worth the trip.
4.5 based on 317 reviews
Hubby and I had never been here before and went with another couple who had (and who raved about it). The green salad was swimming in balsamic vinaigrette, causing two of us to choke on it a few times (I'd suggest asking for the dressing on the side). Hubby had the lasagna, which he enjoyed; I had the veal parmesan, which I found a bit tough in places. Our friend had spaghetti with Italian sausage, which was a huge serving, but he didn't really like it because it was very oily. Our waiter was young and obviously inexperienced. He made a number of faux pas, including passing a bowl of hot soup across the table instead of going around behind the diner and placing it in front of her. This is a popular restaurant and fills up quickly, so obviously many people love it. The next time I crave Italian food, however, I will go back to Italian Touch off Seminole Blvd.
4.5 based on 315 reviews
We’ve been eating at Mama’s Restaurant for many years and we love the food. The fact that they’ve been at the same location and for so long says a lot. Many restaurants in this area have come and gone - but not Mama’s. Everyone who works there is very friendly which is like icing on the cake. Great environment for couples or families.
4.5 based on 292 reviews
have not had a bad experience here, the pizza is great, new york style i woulud say. super fast delivery, friendly folks answering phones
4.5 based on 206 reviews
Dixie's Doghouse is Florida's OLDEST Chicago Hot Dog restaurant. Established in 1970, Dixie's features only the finest Vienna Beef hot dogs and italian beef. We also offer Fire Dogs, Bratwurst, Polish Sausage, Pizza puffs, Wings, Sliders, and great Chicken Sandwiches. Beer and Wine available all the time! We use real ice cream in our milkshakes, floats, and malts. We make our own Blue cheese to make our wings the best .
If you're a hot dog lover like I am, you'll enjoy this tiny hole in the wall. It's got a few picnic tables outside and two small tables inside, so it's more of a take-out joint. It's not about the ambiance at this place, it's...MoreThanks for coming and for the good review. Actually, we have been in business 48 yrs, making us Florida's OLDEST Chicago Style restaurant. Come back soon.
4.5 based on 179 reviews
At Slyce Madeira Beach, we take pride in serving up great stone-baked artisan pizzas in a uniquely modern and comfortable environment. In addition to our signature Slyce crust, we also offer our pizzas as whole wheat and gluten-free. While it's true we're passionate about pizza, we also pride ourselves on our fresh salads and creative appetizers. And of course, we feature craft beer, wine & cocktails.
We love this place! My husband Gene and I are local and year round residents. This is a place we come to relax and eat several times a week. I posted a review several months ago but it just keeps getting better and better. The food is consistently good. I could eat pizza daily but there are many options to choose from like, salads ( the beet salad is very popular right now), wings,sandwiches and a variety of appetizers. I especially like the new items they add to the menu as specials. The Reuben pizza with rye crust was a great addition during St. Patrick's Day festivities.
The prices for food are reasonable for the quality of the food that you receive. I especially like the variety of wines. I do not mind paying a little more to get a higher end drink. House wines and special beer prices for craft beers and happy hour prices are available during the week.
As I always say you can eat and drink anywhere but the people make a place welcoming and special. All of the managers ,bartenders and servers are what make this place special for us. Margo ,who came from the Indian Rocks location and all of the managers keep things running smoothly. Margo, I love seeing your smile and having you and all of your managers welcome us and make sure everything is right with our food and service. Special thanks for making our evenings fun- Jesse,Kyle,Beau , Fontana ,Edwin and the two Jaime's.
Thank you for being a great place and for supporting the community of Tampa Bay.
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