You know it’s a Florida dive bar when today’s soup is TEQUILA! You know it’s a dive bar when today’s drink special is $1 PBR cans.
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CITRUS COUNTY has a wealth of fun travel options. Among our favorites is the Homosassa Springs State Wildlife Park located about 90 minutes north of Tampa on US19. The park has numerous options for seeing Florida’s bounty of wildlife. Birds
Punta Gorda is a small town on the southern shore of Peace River and Charlotte Harbor. Some of the best sailing in Florida, good shopping at the Fisherman’s Village with quaint shops and a bar called Harpoon Harry’s. Just south of
Spend a day at three places. Start at the Florida Aquarium (https://www.flaquarium.org) and then walk about a quarter mile down Water Street to The Florida History Center.
Let’s start with some common sense principles! People who are experiencing any illness symptoms should not travel past their front door step. People who have serious conditions relating to respiratory issues or underlying conditions that could lead to severe
“Best Waterfront Dining” in the Bay area, Backwaters on Sand Key
It’s one thing for Maggie Mae’s Waterfront to win numerous “Best Breakfast” awards and be known for some great southern breakfasts and lunches, but nothing can top the sunrise over the city of Clearwater across the bay from Maggie Mae’s. The sun tickles the sky and highlights the office building in the distance as you drink your first cup of coffee for the day.
Can you imagine the largest cities in Florida as bright stars in the sky? Miami, Tampa, Jacksonville, Tallahassee and the ever-developing Orlando area would be as bright as a full summer moon. But that wasn’t always the case with these metropolises. In the early 19th century those bright stars would have been Fernandina, St. Augustine, Key West, Pensacola and a little protrusion into the Gulf known as Cedar Key. The major cities as we know them today weren’t more that a thought!
Managing a restaurant is difficult. Satisfying guests is paramount. Winning awards means you are doing something right! Maggie Mae’s on the Bluffs has ten years of award winning breakfast and lunch experience. Featuring classic breakfast dishes like homemade corned beef