Tuesday, February 10, 2009

A Quick Stop at an Old Salty Dog

One of my favorite things about coming down here is that there seems to be an awesome little seafood restaurant every three blocks. Last time I was down here, we ate at an amazing place that's little more than a shanty on a dock out on Anna Maria Island called The Rod and Reel. Great grouper caught just an hour or two before - I highly recommend it.

Yesterday for lunch we headed out some place similar (and again for dinner, stay tuned) called The Old Salty Dog, which I think has a couple of locations in the area.

It's very basic seafood fare, which means it has to be good or no one will go, right?

I had a shrimp and oyster po' boy. I was actually in the mood for something lighter (there has been a little too much food and drink over the last few days), but it just sounded too good to pass up. It didn't disappoint, either.

My father had a blackened Cajun grouper sandwich. Every one of those words is a Good Thing.

Throw in a Stella in a plastic cup and we're good to go.


Old Salty Dog
1601 Ken Thompson Pkwy
Sarasota, FL 34236

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