an institution that we saw on an episode of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives -Ted Peters Famous Smoked Fish. We planned to visit after we saw it on our next visit to St Pete. It can be challenging to tell a greezy crab shack from something amazing. Famous for smoked mullet, Spanish mackerel and Salmon. The fish lived up. The salmon was perfect – smoked over a native Florida oak type tree – moist and lovely. Simply offered with two horseradish sauces, one including jerk. The slab you see in the photo is the lunch size and would feed three average eaters. The fish spread was a kind of tuna throwback served on dry toast or with crackers. Packed with locals and full of win!
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hey …that salmon was my lunch! 🙂 love you!!