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Lunch at Guppy’s, Indian Rocks Beach, FL

Florida is just as well known for its fresh seafood as it is for its beaches.  At Guppy’s Restaurant in Indian Rocks Beach, FL, Chef Scott Bebell serves local Gulf grouper baked, grilled, blackened, or fried.  It may be enjoyed as a fillet, in a sandwich, or even in taco form.  Fresh salmon, tuna, shrimp, lobster tail, trout, sea bass, scallops, and pompano are also available.  Key Lime pie, the official state pie of Florida, is for dessert.

 Guppy's Hurricane features a colorful flashing ice cube.
Guppy’s Hurricane features a colorful flashing ice cube.
Blackened grouper tacos at Guppy's, Indian Rocks Beach, FL.
Blackened grouper tacos at Guppy’s, Indian Rocks Beach, FL.
Key Lime Pie at Guppy's.
Key Lime Pie at Guppy’s.
Some fish at Guppy's you don't eat. Guppy's saltwater aquarium, Indian Rocks Beach.
Some fish at Guppy’s you don’t eat. Guppy’s saltwater aquarium, Indian Rocks Beach.
This Royal Gramma swims upside-down in Guppy's saltwater aquarium. Although native to the Caribbean, these fish are common in Florida's many saltwater aquariums.
This Royal Gramma swims upside-down in Guppy’s saltwater aquarium. Although native to the Caribbean, these fish are common in Florida’s many saltwater aquariums.
Jennifer Ring
Jennifer Ring is a photoblogger living in the Tampa Bay area, on Florida's west coast, home to some of the best beaches in the state.
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