One of St. Pete’s longest standing restaurants, Ceviche Tapas & Bar, debuted at the former The Moon Under Water’s location on Beach Drive. Boyd Construction did a dazzling job crafting a new home for the beloved tapas concept.
“The new Ceviche will debut an entirely remodeled interior and exterior design, the patio will take advantage of the wonderful location with beautiful views of Straub Park and the bay.”
In addition to physical changes to its facade, they built a new wine room with a menu that will offer a more extensive wine list focusing on Spanish wines.
Longtime chef at The Moon Under Water, Mike Crippin, has opened a new spot in the Grand Central District called The Studio Public House.
The restaurant has been a go to for Spanish tapas that included some of our favorites like their wildly popular patatas bravas, gambas and paellas. Of course, a meal without a pitcher of their traditional sangrias would be incomplete. Personally, we love their Sangria Primera which is made extra special with brandy and orange liqueur!
Another St. Pete tradition which we hope to continue when they move is their Tuesday Tapas! Definitely the best time to try most of the items on their tapas menu and get the best deal.
You can visit Ceviche at 332 Beach Drive in downtown St. Pete.
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