[Note: A few restaurants close during the offseason (November until early March). If you are visiting during the offseason, check the restaurant's website or Google to make sure it is open.] A few of our favorites are:
Dee's Hang Out (http://deeshangout.com/): Very reasonable prices, great seafood, and Cajun dishes. Try the banana pudding. Closed Sundays. On the east end of PCB.
Boondocks (www.boondocksfl.com/ ). Really good and fresh fried and grilled seafood. Neat atmosphere on the bay. We like that you can get a combo platter of shrimp and grouper.
Oishi Thai Restaurant and Sushi Bar (http://www.oishithaisushi.com/): Practically across the street from the Tidewater. Very handy and great food. Try Brent's favorite dishes: Kua Gai and Pad King (Ginger Perfect).
Angelo's Steak Pit (http://www.angelos-steakpit.com/). It has been there since I was a kid. Cooked over hardwood, the filet will be one of the best steaks you have ever eaten. Located on the east end of PCB.
Thomas Donuts and Snack Bar (http://thomasdonutandsnackshop.com/) Been around since 1971 and owned by PCB’s mayor. If you like a wide variety of donuts, this is the place for you. West of the Calypso and Tidewater.
Captain Anderson's (http://captanderson.com/): It has also been there since I was a kid and I am in my 50s. Huge menu. Also a large shop for while you wait. Closed Sundays.
Marco's Pizza (which also has great subs), Pizza Hut, and McDonald's are all across the street from Tidewater. Arby's is next to McDonald's. So there are plenty of fast food options.Of course, you can find Five Guys, Red Robin, and numerous other eating places at Pier Park.