Here are a few great restaurant suggestions from casual to fine dining. Sarasota is very well known for our Coastal living and numerous waterfront dining spots, where you can find local live music an catch of the day fresh seafood! Let’s start with breakfast on a calm Sunday morning, birds chirping, light breeze with the days first rays of sunshine already starting to brighten up your day.
The Breakfast House in the Historic District of Downtown Sarasota
Turtles Restaurant on the far south end of Siesta Key for Sunday Brunch on Little Sarasota Bay
To keep it super local you can always count on Another Broken Egg in the heart of Siesta Key Village!
Maybe after Breakfast you decide to hit the beach for the day and get hungry for lunch, laying out catching some rays can work up quit an appetite! Try:
O’Leary’s at Bayfront Park Downtown on Big Sarasota Bay where you can find live Reggae music on Fridays and watch for passing Dolphins while you enjoy your cheese burger in paradise ( a great spot any time of day!)
If you don’t feel like driving to far The Bonjour Café offers a light bite or savory fresh salad, centrally located in Siesta Village with a cute patio to enjoy the weather and just watch the world go by while you eat.
The Famous Old Salty Dog an Old Florida Favorite with three amazing locations! Siesta key, City Island, or Venice!
S.K.O.B. Siesta Key Oyster Bar where you can enjoy raw or steamed oysters on the half shell, peel-n-eat shrimp and much more local sea food while listening and dancing to the best artists covering Jimmy Buffet, Bob Marley, the Beach Boys or possibly some Zydeco!
Maybe you in the mood for fine waterfront dining on little Sarasota Bay…Ophelia’s will leave you in the lap of Luxury!
And if you like to venture of for a night on the town , start with Marina Jacks in Bay Front Park.
Finally, work your way across to Main Street for some late night entertainment. Enjoy local Jazz musicians, Sinatra covers and soak in the scenery. Check out all of the late night hot spots at Visit Sarasota!!