Warm, crusty Cuban bread slathered with butter, the garlicky goodness of “1905” Salad and Spanish bean soup flavored with chewy bits of chorizo – that’s Columbia’s signature lunch, and they have been dishing it up since 1905. Aromatic dishes on the dinner menu feature traditional favorites of Spain and Cuba, offering tender pork, chicken and rice, fresh fish and shellfish. Entrees are served while still steaming and enhanced by overflowing pitchers of fresh, fruity sangria.
With its panoramic view of the Sarasota City skyline, Lido Beach Grille specializes in serving modern American, cuisine with an emphasis on fresh seafood. Using only the freshest ingredients, the Chefs will tantalize your taste buds with a wide variety of eclectic entrée selections and inspired house specialty desserts served in an intimate, yet casual atmosphere. The wine list features vintages from across the globe and will satisfy even the most discriminating enthusiast.
The Old Salty Dog first opened in Siesta Key Village in 1986. The owner’s original concept was to take a small popular village beer and hot dog stand and turn it into a casual restaurant and pub. Now it’s the best mix of the Florida Keys and British heritage to create a fun-family environment that is appealing to people from all walks of life. The menu signature items include fish sandwich, traditional English “Fish & Chips,” and a fully-stocked bar. This is a favorite of Almost Heaven Kayak Adventures!