Reviews on Pub food in Spring Hill, Florida, United States. Spring Hill is a census-designated place (CDP) in Hernando County, Florida, United States. The population was 98,621 at the 2010 census, up from 69,078 at the 2000 census. The American Community Survey estimated the population in 2015 to be 103,197. Spring Hill belongs to Florida's Nature Coast region and is in the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater metro area. It is east of Hernando Beach, southwest of Brooksville, and north of Tampa.
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A great place to get out and meet some friends, shoot some pool, and have a few Beers or cocktails. you will not be disappointed.
3 based on 66 reviews
Rookies Sports Bar & Grill at a Glance: â¢ All Food is Prepared Fresh Daily â¢ Catering for Events with up to 200 Guests â¢ 27 50" Plasma TVs throughout Our Sports Bar â¢ 2 Jumbo-Sized Screens TV (120" x 125") â¢ Sports Select Speakers on Each Table Family-Own
The soft pretzel bites and the onion petals are really good here. We will sometimes just do the appetizers with a drink instead of ordering a full meal here. Decent atmosphere and several TV's to watch various games.The buffalo chicken salad is pretty good (could use a couple more pieces of chicken for the price, but it is tasty). The ruben sandwich is good. The club is good (keep in mind it does not come with cheese or mayo unless you ask for it special). We used to go here more frequently but the prices seem to have gone up so its no longer a good cheap spot to kill a little time.
3 based on 31 reviews
Thank you for continuing to Remember us. I loved me free meal, plus a few drinks. Cynthia was awesome and attentive and attractive...and I better stop. I had the chicken cavatappi from the Vet's menu....one of my favorites. And Miami destroyed Notre Dame. Perfect night.
3 based on 34 reviews
While passing thru around supper time, I thought I'd stop here, things were quite busy, although there were places to sit. The bar maid quickly greeted me and asked if I wanted a menu. There's a daily special, for those who want a good meal at a great price. On Tues, it's (2) tacos, with chips and salsa ~$4.50. Not bad and they were quick and well prepared in soft taco format. It is obvious that this chain has tried to keep itself alive and progressing forward. In the event you re in the area, stop in..
4 based on 17 reviews
This is a trailer permanently parked beside the Shell station by Winn Dixie. Ray and his staff create mouth watering Cuban sandwiches loaded with meat and cheese on a large bun painted with melted butter. They're a bargain, being large enough to feed two people or stuff one big appetite. This is a strictly "to go" place with no seating except on the curb in the parking lot. No shade either.
4 based on 24 reviews
Melt-in-your-mouth and cooked to perfection was our initial taste sensation of these very tender cuts of prime beef. Also, the Chicken Caprese was a very tender and flavorful dish together with the delicious corn nuggets, crispy on the outside and gooey corn filling inside. Our dining experience was most enjoyable because of our waitress, Kim, who was super nice and attentive.
4 based on 165 reviews
First of all, we really like going to Gator's. The atmosphere is upbeat and friendly, the staff is attentive, and the food is good. It's in a convenient location with lots of parking. The place is kept clean, and we've never been kept waiting for long...it's all good. Oh, did I say the food is yummy? Well, it is. But what stands out about Gator's is the very tactful way they handled a bad situation which unfortunately happened while we were there. Without going into detail, a customer had a problem which was affecting other customers, and without a lot of drama, the staff and manager politely took care of the situation. What could have become an ordeal was brought under control by a caring, empathetic staff. This couldn't have been handled any better. That says a lot about a place. This was one of those "make it or break it" moments where it could have gone either way - either we'd be back, or we'd forever avoid the place like the plague. Gator's staff handled this with flying colors - so we definitely went back, and will again the next time we're in the area. Way to go, Gator's!
4 based on 243 reviews
Casual, Classy, Comfort Restaurant serving American cuisine, Seafood, and Steaks. Happy Hour 2pm -5pm Tuesday through Saturday. Early Bird Menu 3pm - 5 pm Tuesday through Sunday
This great little secret has the best Louisiana oysters Iâve found-raw or most importantly the best oysters Rockefeller Iâve ever had. This restaurant has live entertainment both in the freshwater/marsh canal alongside the al fresco dining area and on the sound music stage outside. The owner an old sailor retired California/Colorado pharmacist takes real pride in his offerings which are all tops. The casino oysters are new and delicious. The fried calamari is the best in the area and the fresh fish is beyond description. When youâve died and gone to fish heaven this must be where you wind up. You can feed the fish and green turtles the leftovers ; since youâll lick your plate leftovers may be scarce. Nothing formal-they open at 12:00 noon.The orders of French fries are copious and wonderful for a commercial fry. As with all restaurants stay away from items that you can get away from the sea-remember even the Cove has to ship in those wonderful oysters. If someone you know doesnât like oysters this may change his taste. Itâs hard to explain what makes a good experience at a restaurant but the chefs here the entertainers the host really care-which equals a great time. Price is reasonable like $12.99 for a dozen raw or another $4 for Rockefeller twelve of which make a meal. The Cove is worth the trip. Since,as all restaurants they make their most money at the outside bar there is variety of drink.
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