#FromFarmToTable Seafood Shack Goes Back To Basics

Using fresh, local seafood and produce is The Seafood Shack’s top priority. Now, with a new, exciting relationship with Geraldson Community Farm, we’re able to get back to basics and bring more fresh and delicious local produce to our kitchen. “We have way more than a business relationship with Geraldson Community Farm,” states Gerard Jesse,…

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Exactly Where to Eat in Sarasota Depending on Your Mood Featured in Sarasota Magazine

By: Marsha Fottler | Sarasota Magazine | Published on: December 14, 2015 Whether it’s Old Florida funky or seafood supreme, we have the restaurant for you. “I want Old Florida casual—but with good food.” Who doesn’t want a place where you can wear flip-flops, see squadrons of pelicans flying above sparkling blue water and order something…

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The Seafood Shack Joins Sarasota-Manatee Originals

Eat Like A Local! The Seafood Shack Joins Sarasota-Manatee Originals

The Seafood Shack Marina, Bar & Grill is proud to announce that it has joined The Sarasota-Manatee Originals – a group that is passionate about supporting the coast’s unique culinary heritage while celebrating locally owned restaurants. For more than 10 years, Sarasota-Manatee Originals (SMO) has been passionate about supporting local restaurants and the community. They…

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Seafood Shack Serving Invasive Pacu Featured in Herald Tribune

By: Wade Tatangelo | Ticket Sarasota | Published on: August 20, 2015 The piranha’s larger cousin, the pacu, has been caught as close as Phillippi Creek in Sarasota County. It’s a freshwater fish with human-like teeth from the Amazon River in South America. The non-native species enter local waters after they have eaten other fish…

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MOTE Aquaponic Fish and Veggies Make Dinner Debut Featured in Longboat Key News

Longboat Key News | Published on: August 8, 2015 The Seafood Shack’s Executive Chef, Gerard Jesse, is getting involved in an interesting new culinary craze in Southwest Florida – a project by MOTE Aquaculture Park (MAP). MAP’s method of raising seafood while using the wastewater to fertilize salt-loving crops is making its way into Southwest…

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