HuffPost Finds Fabulous Florida Food

It’s no secret to us at Beso Del Sol Resort that there’s great food in Dunedin and neighboring Clearwater Beach. Exploring is a great getaway for both families and those finding themselves miraculously free of the family for a bit.

Huffington Post contributor Lisa O’Driscoll and her husband took advantage of the kids staying with grandma and grandpa to explore fantastic food options in the area.

Here were some of their recommendations.

Clear Sky Beachside Café

The perfect adult spot for breakfast or brunch, Clear Sky’s Bloody Mary bar on weekends has “everything but the kitchen sink”. During the week, enjoy a healthy omelet or indulge with French Toast and fresh berries.

The Bait House

This charming old bait shack has a true beach vibe and surprisingly good eats in its laid-back space. Great for fresh fish and cold beer, it’s a great leisurely lunch stop.

Frenchy’s South Beach Café

If you want lunch right on the water with a great view, Frenchy’s is perfect. If you’re on a diet, forget it because you will definitely want to indulge in crab fries even Alton Brown raves about: fresh crab, garlic aioli, Old Bay seasoning, butter, parsley…magic! Frenchy’s is also known for their super grouper sandwiches.

The Living Wall at the Living Room on Main in Dunedin is a fascinating way to get your greens.

The Living Room on Main (Dunedin)

In the heart of Dunedin is the charming Living Room on Main. Why visit an ordinary restaurant when you can feel like you’re enjoying your meal in the intimacy of a living room?

You’ll have an upscale and unusual dining experience. They have a “living wall”, a working garden that grows right on the wall in the dining room, used to get lettuce for salads, drink garnishes and multiple other greens.

These fine suggestions only scratch the surface of what Clearwater and Dunedin have to offer.

What restaurant adventures have you enjoyed while visiting Beso Del Sol Resort? Share your favorites in the comments.

Read the full Huffington Post article here.

Photos by Lisa O’Driscoll

Victoria Hoffman

A native of New Jersey, Victoria isn't entirely sure how she ended up in Kansas City, but has enjoyed writing, editing, creating, communicating and marketing for high-profile accounts throughout the city ever since. In her spare time, Victoria is an actor (and active) with local community and city theatre.

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