Longboaters have more on their plates this month as Key restaurants reopen for season.
Today, Euphemia Haye Restaurant and The Haye Loft, 5540 Gulf of Mexico Drive, and Harry’s Continental Kitchens restaurant and deli, 525 St. Judes Drive, reopen.
Dry Dock Grill, 412 Gulf of Mexico Drive, is scheduled to reopen in early October after closing in August for renovations.
Lazy Lobster of Longboat Key, 5350 Gulf of Mexico Drive, is closed for lunch for the summer but will resume lunch Tuesday, Oct. 1.
Last month, Café Don Giovanni, 5610 Gulf of Mexico Drive, and Ciao Italia, 5370 Gulf of Mexico Drive, reopened.
Maison Blanche, 2605 Gulf of Mexico Drive, took a two-month hiatus earlier this summer but reopened Aug. 9.
Moore’s Stone Crab Restaurant, 800 Broadway, will be open for summer hours of 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Thursday through Sunday and closed Monday through Wednesday, and will resume regular hours Oct. 15 — the start of stone-crab season.
Also open to the public for business are Bayou Tavern, 6814 Gulf of Mexico Drive; Blue Dolphin Café, 5370 Gulf of Mexico Drive; Chart House Restaurant, 201 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Suite 12; Longboat Key Hilton Beachfront Resort Latitudes Café, 4711 Gulf of Mexico Drive; Mar Vista Dockside Restaurant & Pub, 760 Broadway; and Pattigeorges, 4120 Gulf of Mexico Drive.
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