Crabby’s on the Pass has the longest waterfront bar in the world

exterior of a waterfront bar

It’s time for a beach trip. Treasure Island is filled with kitschy Florida gems that will make residents feel like tourists. The beach bars, souvenir shops, mini golf courses, and indoor waves will fill you with bright eyed wonder at the Sunshine State. One spot in the area claims to have the longest waterfront bar in the world, it’s Crabby’s at the Pass (formerly Gator’s), a gem in John’s Pass Village.

Crabby’s at the Pass is bringing life back to an iconic location at John’s Pass.Touted as the ‘World’s Longest Waterfront Bar,’ Crabby’s On The Pass has something for everyone in your group. The venue offers live music, ample boat docking, along with an on-site fish filleting station and a private room perfect for large gatherings, plus daily dolphin sightings.

A boardwalk with multiple picnic tables set up along the water

The menu features staples like kicking boom boom shrimp, baked oysters, Florida grouper tacos, fish and chips, and Caribbean street corn. They also serve up a bountiful breakfast, and some of the finest tropical cocktails in town. Rum runners and Florida Sunsets are just a couple of the vibrant spirited beverages guests can order at this huge space.

Crabby’s on the Pass is located at 12754 Kingfish Drive. The Beachside Hospitality Group now operates nearly a dozen concepts here in the Tampa Bay region. Beachside has been expanding from its Clearwater roots, where it’s known for Crabby’s Bar & Grill, Crabby’s Dockside, Salty’s Island Bar & Grill and the Salty Crab North Beach. It also has restaurants in St. Cloud, New Smyrna Beach, Daytona Beach, Fort Pierce and Fort Myers Beach.

Visit Crabby’s on the Pass website to learn more about the restaurant, see a full concert lineup, or salivate over the menu.

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