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Restaurant américain
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“This location in St. Armand's square was located right in the heart of the action. We went there for lunch. I found this location to be more quaint than others I've been to. This 2 level location has indoor and outdoor seating. I had a pineapple Martini and a BBQ Pork sandwich. The drink was top shelf and yummy. $11. The sandwich was $14 and included fries. The taste of the food was better than average, the service was decent. She was attentive without being annoying. Wait time was 22.5 minutes, that is decent for a busy place like this. This place is great for a date night although it may get a little noisy based on the layout of the place. I would not recommend it for families with small children.”
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Bar
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“Good to watch the sunset from the upper deck while sipping on a frozen cocktail/mocktail.”
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Bar
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“Great Caribbean themed restaurant/bar, family friendly and live music most nights.”
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Bar
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“If you want something excellent and fancy, Cafe L-Europe will fill that bill. Food is continental style, white tablecloth and excellent. Also valet service if needed. Definitely need reservations.”
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Café
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Restaurant
“Great ribs and tacos. Service is a 5 but food is an 9. Upstairs is a fancier more intimate, partnered restaurant with a separate menu. We haven't been up there yet.”
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Bar
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Museum
“The Harding Circle Historic District is a U.S. historic district located in Sarasota, Florida. The district is on St. Armand's Key, adjacent to Lido Key, and is centered on Harding Circle. The circle was named after Warren G. Harding US president at the time the roads were laid out by Owen Burns and John Ringling for their "Ringling Isles" development during the early 1920s.”
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