Ryan- We've been doing these trips so much lately, we're so efficient at traveling now!
Sarah - Is that why you're going the wrong way?
We went to the St. Petersburg area for the weekend to celebrate Ryan's birthday and hit up a couple of the beach bars that we have heard many good things about.
Bar 24- Crabby Bills
We ate dinner here Friday night on their top bar. It was a little dark, but you could tell that the view is amazing during the day time.
The crab trap drink, with Captain Morgan, Passion Fruit juice, pineapple juice, coconut rum, orange juice and a splash of cranberry was great. Highly recommended.
Bar 25- Ricky Ts
This was a really popular hang out with a great crowd. There were a lot of locals there so you know it's good!
They had shots on their menu of specialities, so we each tried one.
Mound Me- vanilla vodka, cononut rum, dark rum and creme de caco. Tasted just like the mounds candy bar!
The "O" Face- orange vodka and cream.
Bar 26- Sloppy Joes
We had previously been to the one in Key West, but we had to make a stop here. The view is great!
Really nice bar and a laid back atmosphere.
|Jimmy B's signature drink the Wet Spot|
Bar 31- Undertow
This was a hot spot on the beach! Lots of people there and you could tell this was the place to party on the beach. Beware, parking in their lot is very minimal and the lot across the street costs $10. But you get access to the beach and the sand volleyball courts by going to the bar and you could spend the entire day here!
Malibu and Cranberry at Kai Tiki
Bar 33- Caddy's
This was a tie with Undertow for the biggest party spot on the beach! This is located right on the beach and everyone was having a great time. We headed up to the upper deck where the real party was!
At each bar we visit, we always ask what they're known for or if they have a speciality. Our bartender here didn't hesitate with her reply "Johnny Vegas" shot!
Patron, watermelon pucker and red bull.
Bar 34- Ikki Woo Woo's Tiki Hut
This may win the prize for the smallest beach bar ever, but it is so much fun! They are located right on the beach and they had a great beach band, who took a break for a few minutes so we could all watch the Kentucky Derby.
All in all a small bar but with a great vibe!
|ThundeRita, cuervo gold, sour mix, cointreau|
Watching the Kentucky Derby. Way to go Animal Kingdom!
Bar 35- Palm Pavillion
Palm Pavillion and our next bar Frenchy's Rockaway Grill are right next to each other on the beach. Both have a fabulous location and gorgeous views of the sunset!
The Palm Pavillion has an indoor and outdoor bar and the live band was great. (In case you haven't picked up on it yet, we dig the bars that have live music!)
|Flip Flop- coconut rum, creme de cacao, banana liquor and pineapple juice|
Bar 36- Frenchy's Rockaway Grill
Our friend Tara was able to meet us out again! (You may remember her from one of our first entries!) But this time she brought her boyfriend Alan and we enjoyed hanging out with both of them.
Bar 37- Gators
We hit up Gators before we left town on Sunday and we are so glad we did! We had a wonderful time despite the obvious gator merchandise all over the place! Gators boasts the longest waterfront bar in Florida.
King Gator Colada. Creme de Coconut, Pineapple Juice, Dark Rum, Parrot Bar and a squeeze of lime.