Tierra Verde is a census-designated place (CDP) in Pinellas County, Florida, United States. The population was 3,721 at the 2010 census. The community is located on an island near the entrance of Tampa Bay, and is connected by the bridges of the Pinellas Bayway to both St. Petersburg and St. Pete Beach. At the southern end of Tierra Verde is Fort De Soto, a county park.
Things to do in Tierra Verde
4.5 based on 530 reviews
New location is awesome. Wonderful decor both inside and out. Best place to enjoy oysters, especially on a Tuesday. Normally food and service outstanding, today, not so much. My order of fried oysters arrived cold and my husband got his order of fried after we were all done. Oysters were still good, so they just must have been super busy in the kitchen. There wasn’t an empty seat in the house! Still love it there, a must try for visitors.
4.5 based on 260 reviews
Cafe Soleil French Bakery & Deli and owner Lauren Chezaud-Diot bring an international taste to St. Pete Beach. From the moment you walk into this vintage Paris style cafe the fresh aromas of French breads and pastries tantalize your taste buds. Enjoy French traditional breakfast or lunch with a variety of fresh roasted espresso or glass of tea to add to the delight of the day. We have a unique taste that must be experienced, you'll return again and again and find something new with every visit.
Wow...great everything! My daughter and I stopped by on our last morning in St.Pete, what a little hidden gem. Everything we ordered was amazing! The quiche, the chocolate croissant, the breakfast sandwich.. our espresso and coffee drinks. Our service was simply perfect! LOVED it!
4.5 based on 862 reviews
Tucked away at the end of the Grand Palm Colonnade at Island Grand, Palm Court Italian Grill offers an intimate dining experience with your favorite culinary creations from the Mediterranean. Enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner indoors or under the stars on the patio as you savor creamy pastas and the seafood selections that range from fried calamari to fresh grouper. Complement your meal with an extensive selection of fine wines available by the glass, letting you match each course with pairings recommended by your gracious server.
My wife Laurie and I dined at Palm Court during our recent stay at Trade Winds resort in St Pete's Beach last week.
Audra is hostess extraordinaire and Mike is a fantastic waiter.
I highly recommend you make the Palm Court part of your dining experience while in St. Pete Beach.
4.5 based on 274 reviews
greasy pizza with little items that we ordered with it..got a soup that was very overpriced..most dishes we thought were overpriced..service was poor also..probably wont return as this was our second poor visit
5 based on 192 reviews
Sola is a casual bistro-style restaurant with an eclectic menu featuring specials influenced by world cuisines, and of course, our own Armenian and Russian roots. While the menu has a great selection of Mediterranean dishes, we love experimenting with unique ingredients, and fuse different techniques and preparations with the best products we can acquire. Similarly, the wines we offer are carefully selected from the world over to compliment our wide range of internationally inspired dishes. Located on St Pete Beach, FL, we feature the best seafood around, source very high quality meats and poultry, and make as much as possible in-house, thus cutting out the unnecessary preservatives and chemicals. We strive to create and serve only the freshest food and the best wines, at very reasonable price, in a comfortable, relaxed bistro-style atmosphere.
We happened upon this place while heading to our hotel after Happy Hour. Looked good so in we went. Seated immediately and in a good spot. Waiter (owner) got our drink order right away and explained the specials. Nice menu, good choices and a variety of wines, beers and food.
Enjoyed the fish soup, kale salad was sooooo good, the carbonara and the grilled fish. Fast service but not rushed. Nice atmosphere with a relaxed feel. Crowd included couples, families and groups of all ages. Really enjoyed that aspect of the place. Small bar area if you want that option.
Service was really spot on.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
Traditional Mid European Meals served Continental , casual atmosphere. Imported beers. Fine wines. Hand crafted soups and desserts. Reservations are recommended Credit Card now accepted. 40 Years here on Tierra Verde. Czech us out! Hungarian Beef Goulash, Yager Schnitzel, Schnitzel Poprikash, Bohemian Saurbraten; Scamp Almondine, Key West. Bavarian Sauerkraut Soup, Beef or Scotch Barley, Creme of Cauliflower, Spinach Artichoke Mushroom. Cucumber Salad with Dill Dressing, Garden Caesar Salad. Apple Strudel made daily. Pilsner Urquell, Hacker Pschorr, Krusovice.
Despite the almost universal 5 stars there were only a few tables occupied on a Tuesday at 6 PM. Which is crazy, since all the chic-chic new places are about "fresh", and Good Times has been doing it for 40 years! Maybe it's the type...Moremargaritaman44, Soo glad you found us! Please tell your friends, and follow us on Facebook for nightly Specials.
4.5 based on 714 reviews
My husband’s aunt took us for a drink overlooking the beach . We all had a drink and we shared the charcuterie and chees Board. We loved this and ate every bit. I had a blood orange margarita and she had a mojito. My husband is a fan of craft beer so he was intrigued by the beer selection. Our waiter was a lovely young man from Moracco. He was friendly and interesting. Points off for the craft beer in a can that he poured at the table. The view was fabulous but it was quite windy. We really enjoyed ourselves. We come to St Pete annually but never saw it from this point of view before.
4.5 based on 203 reviews
Stopped here a couple mornings and got some really good iced coffee and muffins for breakfast. Service was fast and friendly and the prices are not too bad. They have some indoor seating and a couple tables and adirondack chairs out front, which is nice.
5 based on 68 reviews
Have been there many times with friends for dinner, lunch, and brunch.
If there is a better place for solid, country French, Alsatian influenced food in the area I have yet to find it.
It helps that the chef and his partner are Alsatian. Last night was a surprise as the chef's parents were cooking.
The third partner, Diane, is from the US, fluent in French, and just as much the fabric of the place.
The menu runs from crepes to osso bucco. The onion soup is textbook. It is all sourced as fresh as possible. This is sauce country so everything has a flavor strategy. There is some simpler fare like a breaded chicken breast if austerity is preferred.
The desserts are amazing. Cream brulee rocks but the dessert crepes steal the show. Last night we found out what an accomplished baker mama was. She made what I would describe as French version of tiramisu that was more substantial and flavorful.
The service is attentive laced with a sense of humor. They know the food, know how it s made and their descriptions are full and accurate
The wine list is small but is chosen by them and not some salesman. They allow byob for (I think) a 15 dollar corkage fee.
How they deliver such quality at what I consider a value price amazes me.
That is the good news. The bad news is that they only have 10 tables. They also stagger reservation times by 10 or 15 minutes so as not to overwhelm the kitchen.
Lunch is almost always a walk in but anything else needs a reservation to assure no disappointment.
There you have it! A place I really like.
See you at Alsace.
4.5 based on 215 reviews
While staying in the area, the wife and I stopped by here to pick up a sandwich and chips for our dinner in our hotel room. The Italian Sandwich was very good and reasonably priced. Unfortunately, they did not have much selection on the chips but they have fresh produce, deserts, and several other items for purchase including wine. The place is clean and everything they offer is of good quality.
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