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Bridgeview Waterfront Grill & Bar

Brett Poole | Apr 27, 200202:18 PM    

Today I visited the newest waterfront restaurant in the Tampa Bay area. It is the Bridgeview Waterfront Grill & Bar just south of the Corey Causeway bridge along the ICW. They have slips for 8-10 boats and a patio with one of the best views of any restaurant in the area. The food is decent too, compared to most waterfront establishments. They have a wide selection of seafood and sandwiches ranging in price from $4 - $12. The best part though is sitting at your table and watching boats, dolphins, and the Corey Causeway bridge which opens on the half hour. By the way, I am expanding my coverage (see site link) of restaurants with boat access from just the Tampa Bay area to the entire state of Florida. If you have a favorite eatery that has boat access, I would love to hear from you!

Link: http://www.boatclix.com/Dining/dining...

Image: http://www.boatclix.com/homeport_file...

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