Eddy Teach’s Raw Bar

37 E Pine St
St. George Island, 32328
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Pros - Server was nice and tried her best, unfortunately management and the kitchen did everything they could to throw her under the bus. - weather was beautiful Cons - Food is straight out of a Sysco bag. Crab cake sandwich was beyond poor and borderline inedible. - I've seen better burgers come from a bag frozen at Walmart. - They were out of most Draft beers and when I requested a Budweiser bottle on last resort it was hot - this brings me to the "seafood" nachos.WHATEVER YOU DO HERE, DO NOT GET THEM. shrimp is straight out of a bag in a place where you can get some of the worlds best shrimp by driving 10min to the dock. The fake crab meat was awful and the chips were stale. First time out the cheese wasn't even melted, second time out I just told them no thanks. This seriously may be the worst dish I've ever had at a beach restaurant and that's saying a lot. Congrats Eddy Teach's Bottom line - if you want a beer, come here. If you want to eat, skip it unless you are too drunk to walk.
Definitely a great place on the island. We had some awesome oysters and a great blackened tuna sandwich for lunch today.
No trip to SGI is complete without a trip to Eddy Teach's! I had read previous reviews so I went in not expecting a 5 star restaurant, but a cool place to hang and eat oysters. Well, I wasn't disappointed. Seating is outside on picnic tables or on stools at a bar area. There was also live music. I went during the oyster happy hour from 3:30pm-4:30pm. Oysters are $6.50 a dozen. You are asked how many dozen you want and given a ticket. You wait and listen for your number to be called as the oysters are shucked to order. The oysters, like all the oysters from Apalachicola bay are just the best things I have ever eaten. A cold beer, the island breeze, and fresh shucked oysters, what more could you want? I also ordered the Cheddar George oysters and they were just okay. I think the toppings were a little too busy and took away from the great oyster taste. Also, I think they are steamed. Would have been better if they were broiled or char grilled. On Wednesday nights there is trivia, but I didn't make out that night. Too busy relaxing on the beach. Maybe next time.......

(850) 927-5050

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Harry A’s Restaurant and Bar

28 W Bayshore Dr
St. George Island, 32328
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Harry A's can only be reviewed as a beach town restaurant and not be compared to urban upscale restaurants that set the dining trends; this thought keeps running through my mind. It has the beach decor of surfboards, colorful lights, and an outside patio with a bar and karaoke stage. The servers seem personable and take care of you with a smile. The food was pretty slow coming out, but it was expected with the large number of guests at the restaurant. We were surprised at the quality of food coming out of the kitchen; ahi tuna tacos, baja fish tacos, and perfectly prepared standards were great. The only negative comment I have is one of our dishes had a large piece of plastic in it, we gave it to our server, and no discount for the dish came. I understand that stuff happens, but that dish should have been comped with no questions. The server was very apologetic, but it was not her battle to fight. Parting thoughts. 1) Good service 2) Good food 3) Make sure you're on island time 4) Hope that everything goes smooth
I don't understand why everyone is putting this place down. I was there last night. And boy I was kind freak out when I first walked in there was nobody sitting inside. We asked the server if we could sit outside she absolutely. As we where walking threw the restaurant I saw the kitchen. It was very clean. That's a A+ for. As I have been working in restaurants all my life. As we walked out side they had live music and the place was fill. The prices of the food was reasonable and so were the drink prices. The service was good as well. I had a grouper sandwich with was wonderful so moist. And tasty. I would certainly come back.
Food and drinks were wonderful ~ fried greens beans AWESOME!!!! We enjoyed the seafood baskets and all were just delicious. Fun atmosphere and great wait staff

(850) 927-3400

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Resort Vacation Properties of St George Island

61 W Gulf Beach Dr
St. George Island, 32328
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We've now rented with RVP 3 times, and we'll definitely book with them again! They are always very helpful on the phone and in person; once we had to call because the a/c unit wasn't working well and they had someone there quickly to look at it. They offer great specials throughout the year: most rentals offer the 5% repeat renter discount, and if you book 9 months before you travel you can get 15% off most houses. You add those two together, and you can get 20% off of your entire rate! Can't wait for next summer!
I think this is an awful vacation management company. In my opinion, they are unprofessional and not detail-oriented. They definitely know how to bill your homeowner account for services, but the lack of follow through was amazing. It's as if no one in this group does follow-ups or walk-throughs on your vacation home when guests vacate. We had big water bills (broken toilet flapper which RVP never caught), substantial damage to interior flooring (done by guests renting our house). Really no substantial communication regarding issues (until the annual inspections or something doesn't work). We remember vividly paying big dollars for a required "Annual Deep Clean" in 2010 (b/c we felt it's about revenue, from either its guests and owners, w/ RVP), We spent two whole days, out of our four day vacation, deep cleaning ourselves. The screened porch deck floor was covered in pet hair and each bucket of mopping the interior was loaded with dirt, to be specific. And this was after paying RVP to do the required "Annual Deep Clean." Crazy. Furthermore, let's talk about the RVP staff. Our vacation liaison was changing frequently during our business relationship (I believe we had a new person every 2 1/2 years). Employee turnover is not good in a business where building relationships are important, in our opinion. We were extremely disappointed with the service they provided us as owners. This lack of detail was quite depressing as we saw our home get damaged and no one in their group charged back the actual guests who did the damage. We even had our internet modem come up missing during the time RVP handled the management of our beach home. We hadn't been there in months so all of this was quite sad that RVP "weren't on the ball" finding solutions to these problems. Why doesn't someone with a good business sense open up a competitive rental company on St. George Island? Anyone could do much better than the experience we had in my opinion. Got to say RVP was the worst short-term rental management we've ever had managing one of our vacation properties. And we've owned a lot in the past -- 60 rental/vacation and real estate properties at one time. Now we have about 40 real estate properties. Good riddance is all we can say about RVP. So glad these folks have left our lives all together and we don't deal with them anymore. We will never use them again and we will definitely never recommend them. RECENT NOTE: Regarding what that RVP woman wrote in response (btw I have no idea who she is actually b/c it's a revolving door of employees -- turnover seems to be extremely high in their staff, or at least how it appeared to us when we engaged their services. Just this employee turnover scenario should tell you something about this business too). Please notice even how RVP responds back to you (see the RVP rep response back to me) everything is constantly made out to be your fault -- it's definitely seems to be their mode of operation at RVP. They definitely did not seem forward thinking or a solution-oriented group when we dealt with them and still don't. Ever since RVP has left our life, we've had far less drama and made so much more money to our bottom line handling things outside of this management company. We suggest you ask around to find out the real scoop about this vacation rental company! My experience definitely wasn't good with them. When we asked others we always got an earful of interesting comments. We now realize the termination of our business relationship with RVP was the best thing that ever occurred with our beach house and this lackluster vacation management company. Hello Candace: Yes we parted ways...and that's the best decision ever and thanks for the nudge to leave RVP -- WE HAVE NEVER BEEN MORE GRATEFUL that your group left our lives! I have an idea: rather than be so reactive to folks reviews, might you want to determine why ALL the most recent YELP reviews about RVP (for the last TWO years from what I see) all say similar things and gives RVP such dismal ratings regarding your business? Maybe some inward reflection is needed rather than trying to beat up customers who simply weren't pleased with your service business which you so dearly defend. I'd think that might be the best time spent for you and your company. As I stated earlier: GOOD RIDDANCE and I wish you the best although I'm definitely NOT a fan. P.S. An employee retention rate of 60% is nothing to be proud of btw -- you might want to do some research on the framework and makeup of successful businesses and how that is defined outside of Franklin County, FL.
we went 1st week in oct,.. we had 4 teens, 4 yr old and puppy...the house was amazing views and sounds and all. plenty to do and eat. we will go again and we also LOVED jolly pirate...those guys were awesome 2

(855) 277-6038

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Blue Parrot Ocean Front Cafe

68 W Gorrie Dr
St. George Island, 32328
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(850) 927-2987

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