Taco Bay!

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Taco Bay, located at the Miller Boat Line Lime Kiln Dock, serves delightful Mexican food in a setting fit for kings.  Look over the ferry operations while seated on shaded decks!  The Taco Bay menu offers a wide variety of items to suit all tastes, whether you desire a breakfast burrito, lunch tacos, dinner salad bowls, or late-night loaded nachos.  Taco Bay is open from 9am to 3am.

The Forge Offers Take-Out Menu this Winter!

Crêpes at Put in BayThe Forge announces Winter 2020-21 hours and menu selection!

Put-in-Bay’s unique and unpretentious dining and bar establishment, The Forge, earned Put-in-Bay Daily’s latest #bestofpib selection and continues to appeal to island residents and visitors.  The ambience is rich in character, the eclectic menu is most satisfying, and the food is delicious.    For on-line ordering, point your browser to theforgeputinbay.hrpos.heartland.us Take-out menu below; click to enlarge!

Hooligans Irish Pub Goes Greek

Hooligans Irish Pub at Put-in-Bay goes Greek this Thursday, 24 September 2020, with an irresistible menu.  Savor tenderly marinated pork served on Pita bread with tomato, red onion, Feta cheese, lettuce and Tzatziki sauce.  Then, indulge in a homemade Baklava for dessert.

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Don’t miss this $21 weekday special!

Tarpon Springs Shrimp Special Returns to Boardwalk Dining

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The Boardwalk is happy to announce the season’s Tarpon Springs Shrimp on the Main Deck will take place on Thursday, 3 September 2020, from 5-7pm.

The finest Key West Pink Shrimp are served steaming hot with Feta cheese, olive oil, “Old Bay,” lemon, and butter on Pita bread.  Dinner includes a Greek salad and Baklava for the low price of $20!

Nearly 85 percent of the pink shrimp harvested in the United States comes from the west coast of Florida. Prized for their sweet, tender meat, pink shrimp are caught fresh year-round.

Dining Put in Bay

Visit the Lobster Bisque Capital !

About 40 years ago, while visiting Ken and Jane Turvey, a group of Islanders discovered Paul’s Shrimp House in Tarpon Springs, Florida.  Paul was a Greek fisherman who had a unique recipe for serving up a plate of hot “peel and eat shrimp.”  For several years afterwards, Paul’s Shrimp House became a frequent meeting place for Islanders traveling to Fort Meyers.  On Wednesday, we will serve Paul’s original recipe in the same tradition as so many enjoyed it in the past.