Lovely (sea) food in a really nice setting. Place looks like an old movie set. We really had a great time and great meal.
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Stopped here for lunch as we thought it was "on the water" and would be nice to eat there. The "on the water" part is VERY SMALL and not that much "on the water" with 4 tables and 2 picnic tables in a back area....More
Stopped in for a quick drink on our Gauntlet down Gulf Boulevard. Had an appetizer in a couple beers! Food is prepared in front of your eyes. Open kitchen concept. Sat outside on the patio which is small but you have a view of the...More
Definitely a locals place, old Florida too. Cannot wait to return and eat whatever comes off the boat. Don't expect luxury, it's not here, just delicious, fresh fish. Corn on the cob in a cilantro lime butter smoked and grilled and a ightly blackened grouper...More
A small local tavern with outstanding fresh seafood Three of us had a Grilled Grouper Sandwich....Very good...nice bun that does not fall apart!! Excellent fries...Juicy Fresh tasty hamburger...not a fancy place at all...but well worth stopping. John is the Cook. Kudos to him..really knows his...More
They have only gotten better at Wahoo's!! The daily specials board is amazing. I don't know how anyone could go away disappointed. Not to mention they still have tater tots!!
The bar was very busy when we arrived but we got a table as people left. There's not a huge menu but we picked a chicken sandwich and a burger. Both items were really big and really good
Wahoo's was recommended to me by some friends. All I can say is wow. Don't be put off by the lack of lighting or décor. This is a true hole in the wall with great food and friendly service. What the draw is the fresh...More
I love sitting outside, it is very informal, the food is baked or fried, water view is lovely and the wait staff are very good and efficient! I had a good time here and will go again! it is the kind of place that is...More