Dry Dock Waterfront Grill a delicious part of enjoying the Great American Pastime
The 2019 Spring Training Guide to Tampa/St. Pete, Orlando and SW Florida
by Scott Rouch, wheretraveler.com
Discover the hotspots while traveling through the Grapefruit League.
When planning your Florida spring training trip to preview the 2019 Major League Baseball season, don’t overlook the journey itself. For denziens of the North, it is a chance to escape the harsh realities of winter and there isn’t a better place to do that than Florida. It’s a chance to hit Florida’s beaches and bars, find the freshest seafood, spend the day at one of its many theme parks or explore its thriving arts scene. The list of things to do is endless.
The Baltimore Orioles call Ed Smith Stadium home and reporter Rich Dubroff, a spring training veteran, has been covering the O’s for close to a decade. He recently expounded on some of his favorite Sarasota spots for BaltimoreBaseball.com, while noting the beautiful beaches, impressive arts community and dazzling stores.
“There are many good restaurants, and over the last nine years, I’ve discovered a number of them,” said Dubroff. “Perhaps my favorite is Dry Dock Waterfront Grill (in Longboat Key), which I learned about on my first visit in 2010 and have visited regularly since. It features stone crabs and seafood.”
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