The Seahorse

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800 Pass a Grille Way (8th Ave)
St. Pete Beach, FL 33706
(727) 360-1734

Foursquare Tips

  • Get the pecan pancakes but add blueberries
  • A historic restaurant serving The BEST breakfast in St. Pete. Try the biscuits and gravy and everything else. While you wait for your table, take a stroll down 8th Ave to see the shops and galleries.
  • Clam chowder very delicious
  • If its busy and you have to wait enjoy a walk along 8th avenue out to the beach.
  • They have Egg Beaters for the health conscious! The Ham omelette was awesome! Add onions,peppers,and tomatoes(.50 cents each), delicious! The BEST omelette I've had!!!!!!!!!!
  • Great environment and location; thought it was going to have more unique breakfast items, but it's "just breakfast". Eggs, microwaved bacon, etc.
  • The pancakes are awesome. Cornbeef has is OK but grits are really good. Great breakfast spot. Service is excellent!
  • Outside breakfast in the morning is a great way to start the day.
  • Love this place and have for many years. Great atmosphere of a small town cafe and wonderful people. Food is delightful but give yourself time to find parking and bring quarters for parking meters.
  • Super fast! Great breakfast. Much better than the Frog Pond - fresher tasting. Nothing fancy. Standard breakfast.
  • Cheap, decent food with good service.
  • Thumbs up! Rustic interior. Great waitresses. Order breakfast the way you want and they deliver... I
  • Seahorse decor
  • Great outside seating. Get an omelette with extra tomatoes and peppers and wash it all down with a mimosa!
  • You must try the Cinnamon toast!
  • A little pricey compared to other breakfast places on the beach.
  • Nice place to relax and be in the shade
  • Love the grits and the breakfast sandwich is really good.
  • Pass-a-Grille's mid-century muse The Sea Horse offers diners a nostalgic perch for local color. Gluten-free? An omelet, a side of grits with coffee is good. In a hurry? Not here, it's a relaxed pace.
  • Try to come on a weekday. On the weekends the place is packed. They are only open until 2 and are closed on tuesdays.