More Than A Destination
Located at the very tip of St. Pete Beach, jutting out into the bright blue where the Gulf of Mexico meets Tampa Bay, Pass-A-Grille couldn’t put visitors any closer to sun, sea and sand. Although just 25 minutes from downtown St. Petersburg, Pass-A-Grille boasts art markets, pristine beaches, historic museums and many more of its own attractions.
At its center, 8th Avenue acts as the main street of Pass-A-Grille where visitors can peruse colorful boutiques and pop into authentic eating and drinking establishments. Nearby landmarks include the Don Cesar resort, which is often called the Pink Palace, to Shadrack’s, one of the best dive bars on the west coast of Florida.
With its known history dating back over 10,000 years, Pass-A-Grille pays homage to its Old Florida roots in its architecture, cuisine and attitude. Visitors and locals enjoy the slower pace of living in Pass-A-Grille – where the day-to-day is set against dazzling water and a charming, sun-drenched shoreline.