Five Unique Restaurants!

Clearwater Beach & Dunedin Causeway

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Frenchy’s Original Cafe

Frenchy’s Original Café is a small, quaint place featuring many of Frenchy’s original menu items, like the smoked fish spread, seafood gumbo, boiled shrimp and Greek salad…and where the now famous Super Grouper sandwich made its debut. Since its doors first opened in 1981, the quality, ambiance and charm have remained, making it a continual favorite among the locals.

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Frenchy’s Saltwater Cafe

Frenchy’s Saltwater Café is a family-friendly, laid back place offering open-air dining inside and outside on the wrap around patio. Saltwater is the originator of the Grouper Rueben sandwich and features other unique items such as octopus dishes, conch fritters, buffalo shrimp and specialty salads.

Frenchy’s Saltwater Café is dog friendly! We have dog friendly dining on the newly remodeled back patio.

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Frenchy’s Rockaway Grill

Frenchy’s Rockaway Grill is our largest venue, offering open-air beachfront dining right on the Gulf of Mexico. The stellar sunset views are a perfect pairing to our large selection of fresh seafood, sandwiches, our famous She Crab soup and other Floribbean style dishes. Rockaway also features live music daily from the best local artists.

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Frenchy’s South Beach Cafe

Situated on beautiful Beach Walk, Frenchy’s South Beach Café boasts a Key West bistro atmosphere with open-air dining, a large sidewalk patio and an unbeatable view of the sparkling ocean. In addition to the Super Grouper sandwich, menu favorites include the tropical chicken walnut salad, BBQ bacon-wrapped scallops and grouper eggrolls.

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Frenchy’s Outpost Bar & Grill

Frenchy’s Outpost Bar & Grill is an open-air Key West Style restaurant situated near the causeway to beautiful Honeymoon Island in Dunedin. Lots of outdoor dining, including a large tiki bar, indoor/outdoor bar area and a stage for live daily music. This location is the newest in the Frenchy’s family, “the northernmost Frenchy’s” as we like to call it.

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Even MORE Frenchy's

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Frenchy’s Off the Hook Gift Shop

This is not your typical beach souvenir shop! A favorite spot for locals and visitors alike, Frenchy’s Off the Hook gift shop boasts an eclectic variety of unique keepsakes and collectibles from jewelry to art work to our signature Frenchy’s hot sauce. Stock up on cool beach gear too, from hats, flip flops and sunglasses to beach towels, totes, caddies and water bottles. Of course, no trip visit to Clearwater Beach is complete with picking up a Frenchy’s t-shirt – there’s tons of styles and colors to choose from!

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Frenchy’s Oasis Motel

Frenchy continued building his mini empire on Clearwater Beach with the purchase of the former Olympia Motel on East Shore Drive. In late 2010, after months of extensive renovations, Frenchy’s Oasis Motel opened welcomed its first guests, boasting a 15-unit waterfront property, classically designed in a retro 60’s style with fantastic modern accommodations.

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Frenchy’s Stone Crab Company

Florida stone crab claws are served fresh at all Frenchy’s restaurants during harvesting season (Oct. 15 through May 15). Known for their sweet succulence and snowy white meat, stone crab has a delicate texture, rich mouth feel and salty finish – and they are a completely sustainable seafood product! Our fishermen capture the crab, remove its claws and return the crab back to the water. The stone crab will regenerate its claws in about 18 months.

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Frenchy’s Seafood Company

“Real Grouper. Reel Fresh.” is the key at Frenchy’s. Shortly after opening the Original Cafe in 1981, Frenchy realized he needed to catch his own fish to ensure maximum freshness and quality for his restaurant. In 1983, he purchased his first boat and started Frenchy’s Seafood Company. Over the years, it’s grown into a fleet of commercial fishing boats that unload their fresh, line-caught grouper, snapper and other fish at the docks of Frenchy’s Seafood Company.