Gaidos Seafood Restaurant
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Fresh locally caught Gulf seafood since 1911!
Undoubtedly the most well-known Seafood Restaurant on the island, and with good reason. Excellent food, excellent service. Fancy date nights, for sure. PRO-TIP, the adjoining restaurant (Nick's...."Nick GAIDO") is owned by the same family, uses the same kitchen, has practically the same menu...but…
Special occasion dining with fresh seafood, and great chef specials on the menu. Finer dining and a nice brunch menu. One of the better fine dining restaurants on the island, with great history.
This elegant seafood restaurant, has been delighting diners since 1911. It offers wonderful Gulf views. If your a seafood purist, try their lump crabmeat broiled in butter.
S.G. Gaido first opened his doors to the public in 1911, the same year air conditioning was invented. With an unwavering commitment to serving the freshest Gulf seafood, Gaido’s popularity grew each decade, evolving into a cherished tradition for thousands of both locals and visitors. Today, we…
“Historic, great place. They offer the special Christmas events like showing 'the Polar Express'. ”
“Fresh seafood, and appetizers outside by the public pool. Fantastic artichoke dip! Great happy hour food specials. View of the ocean and use of large private pool for patrons. Hot tub in cooler weather months. Great staff!”
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