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Dining Suggestions

St Armands Circle, Lido Key - 5 stars -

This vacation central is home to a number of fine restaurants including Tommy Bahama as well as a number of premium shopping options.   The  Daiquiri Deck  and raw bar was the place to be for the 2011 Midwinters

A Guide to True Local Flavors - 4 stars -

A nice web site describing local gems.

Ceviche Tapas Bar & Restaurant - 4 stars -

1216 1st Street Sarasota, FL 34236 Enjoy the cities best Sangria with dinner or on the rooftop bar

Drydock Waterfront Grill - 4 stars -

412 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Longboat Key, FL 34228-4010‎ - (941) 383-0102. 5 minutes from the club. Sit indoors or out. It’s the best place for the non sailors to sit and enjoy a view of the racing area while eating.

Lazy Lobster - 3 stars -

Longboat Key Centershops. Best lobster Mac & Cheese!  A truly local favorite.


Old Salty Dog - 3 stars -

Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, FL‎ - (941) 388-4311.  Only a short walk down the island from the club, this popular waterfront site is more known for its views than its food.

Sandbar Seafood and Spirits - 3 stars -

100 Spring Avenue Anna Maria, FL 34216.   Dine literally on the beach & sip rum drinks while the kids play in the sand. This is a premium sunset location.

Star Fish Co - 3 stars -

12306 46th Avenue West, Cortez, FL - (941) 794-1243.   Like a place time forgot, this fish market has a restaurant on the back deck. You can eat your fish on newspaper atop one of the picnic tables as the workers unload the catch of the day. Flip flops preferred!

Broken Egg - 1 stars -

140/144 Avenida Messina Siesta Key, FL 34242 Best breakfast in the area, & Siesta Key was voted one of the top 10 beaches in the world!

Phillippi Creek Oyster Bar - 1 stars -

5353 South Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL - (941) 925-4444.   The oysters and beers here have been thoroughly tested and approved by your favorite class builder and Midwestern sail maker.