Easter Brunch At The Hurricane Restaurant

easter brunch on pass-a-grille beach at the hurricane restaurant

Pass-A-Grille Beach Florida








Easter brunch at the Hurricane Restaurant on Pass-A-Grille Beach was on a perfect Sunday morning. The sky was clear and sunny, it was about 78 degrees, and we could smell the clean Gulf air.

This is the kind of Florida beach mornings that you dream about and are thankful for. It really doesn't get any better here in Paradise.

Pass-A-Grille Beach is the only barrier island on the Florida Gulf Beaches west of St. Petersburg, FL that is undeveloped on the Gulf side.

There are NO huge condo complexes or resort hotels...just a clear, unobstructed view of white, sugary sand beach and the blue Gulf of Mexico.

The unhurried pace and the laid-back beach approach to Life give it a definite Old Florida feel.


Easter Brunch at the Hurricane Restaurant on Pass-A-Grille Beach, FL


easter sunday sunrise over tampa bay



Easter Sunday started with a beautiful sunrise over Tampa Bay in downtown St. Pete. Many churches hold Sunrise Services at the St Petersburg Waterfront Parks that wind along the Bay.



hurricane restaurant 2nd floor entrance



We drove across town to the beach side and made our way up to the 2nd Floor of the Hurricane Restaurant.



hurricane restaurant 2nd floor view of pass-a-grille beach



The view across to Pass-A-Grille Beach just before we entered showed both beauty and early activity at the weekend Crafts Show.



hurricane restaurant 2nd floor outside seating on the veranda



We had reservations for outside seating on the veranda.



hurricane restaurant 2nd floor outside seating best view on the on the veranda



Fortunately, we were seated right by the patio railing and had a seagull's eye view all along Pass-A-Grille Beach. The Gulf looked beautiful and a soft, cool breeze was blowing off it.



hurricane restaurant 2nd floor easter brunch buffet line



We went into the buffet and were amazed at all of the choices for brunch. They ranged from a full seafood selection to an omelet of your choice. There was also slow-roasted prime rib and Chicken Mediterranean.



hurricane restaurant chef will cooks omelets on request



Chef Will was busy cooking build-your-own omelets with 12 different condiment/ingredient choices for the customers.



hurricane restaurant buffet plate



I made sure I had one with plenty of mushrooms, tomatoes, and green peppers to go with all of the great fruit selections.



hurricane restaurant juices



The service is so good at the Hurricane that the people across from us had cold Florida orange juice waiting for them. Outstanding.



hurricane restaurant juices



As we finished our Easter brunch, a guy on a stand-up paddleboard was quietly pulling south along Pass-A-Grille Beach. It seemed to accentuate such a laid-back Sunday here on the Florida beach.


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