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What to do when visiting Redington Beach in Florida

Updated on June 7, 2011

When visiting the beach many times everyone is focused on the beach itself and after a few days some are ready for a change. Redington Beach, Indian Shores, Redington Shores and Indian Rocks Beach all have an eclectic side to them that offer a change to the traditional beach vacation. I've been a regular visitor of these beaches for the last 12 years and have come to know this area like I do my home town. For starters it's hard to find a condo that has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a gulf view. Well I have the perfect place, Anglers Cove on Redington Beach. This place has all 3/3 condos with full kitchens and gulf views and they work great for multiple couples or families with lots of kids. We stay here twice a year and have never had an issue, the condos are always clean and the office staff is wonderful. When you're tired of the beach check out breakfast at the Frog's Pond or the Sage Cafe. The Frog's Pond offers large omelets that will leave you more than satisfied. The prices are average however when visiting the Frog Pond you will need to come before peak breakfast hours or after. This place will be slammed at breakfast time and they close at 2 pm. If you're looking for a great cafe con leche (cuban coffee) in a quaint place Sage Cafe offers that. At the Sage Cafe you can sip on coffee and shop for unique little gifts while enjoying a more intimate setting. Ready for some fabulous lunch, drinks and great environment check out The Pub. This place is by far one of my favorite places to hang out. You can sit outside and watch the boaters pull up and dock, sip on margaritas and enjoy grouper nuggets. The Pub is all around a great atmosphere with music playing for all ages and large variety of drinks and food. So come down to Redington Beach area and enjoy what the locals enjoy!


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    • Niko72 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      Thanks, it's really one of my favorite places. It's west of Tampa and north of St Petersburg.

    • Matt in Jax profile image

      Matt in Jax 

      7 years ago from Jacksonville, FL

      Nice little description of the town. What part of Florida is it in?

    • GNelson profile image


      7 years ago from Florida

      My parents lived there for many years. It was great!!


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