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Whenever someone asks me for beach bar recommendations in the St. Pete Beach, Florida area, Caddy’s on the Beach is always on that list. Located on Treasure Island, which is separated from St. Pete Beach by the Blind Pass inlet, this longtime favorite beach bar somehow faced an uncertainty at one point. Luckily for all of us, the issues were straightened out and Caddy’s still exists for your beachfront pleasure.
It’s evolved in the years since I visited but one thing has stayed the same – the famous Caddy’s sign. If you go, it’s pretty much required that you have to get your picture taken by it. My pregnant-at-the-time wife struck a pose next to it, proudly displaying her prominent baby bump at the time. If you go and don’t take a picture next to the sign, I don’t think you can say you were ever really there.
Title – None
Photographer – Tom Westerhof
Date Taken – September 7, 2015
Source – Me, myself and I
License – All rights reserved.
Settings – F2.2 / 4.80 mm / ISO 40 / 1/1416 s
Camera – Samsung Galaxy S7
About the Beach Bar
“Caddy’s Restaurant Group was started 10 years ago with the intention to bring hospitality, entertainment, socializing, and dining to an entirely new level. Our restaurant group began with our first store Caddy’s on the Beach in Treasure Island, Florida.
From there, we have been thankful enough to open an additional three Caddy’s locations all based around the Tampa Bay area.
If you have an occasion in mind, we have a great place to host your next event.”
Find out more about Caddy’s on the Beach and other St. Pete Beach area beach bars.
Have you been to this beach bar? If so, let us know what you thought about it in the comments!