Salt Rock Grill
Salt Rock Grill is a legendary beach landmark that has a burning passion for delectable food, enticing drink and pleasurable surroundings. Known for our hand cut U.S.D.A prime and choice grade beef, fresh dayboat caught seafood, raw bar and amazing wine cellar. Salt Rock Grill is the perfect choice for an evening of fine dining, superior service and genuine hospitality. Located in Indian Shores overlooking the inter-coastal, Salt Rock Grill is your destination.
All of our Steaks are hand cut U.S.D.A. Prime or Choice Grade Beef from top midwestern feeders. We age them four to six weeks in our in-house temperature controlled aging room to develop maximum flavor and tenderness. Then we grill them over our natural oak and citrus wood pit fire. You won't find a better steak. Our chefs have developed partnerships with local fisherman and companies that provided us with fresh dayboat caught seafood selections from our gulf waters and beyond. See our fishing fleet unloading daily on our docks.
Wine is a very integral component to the Salt Rock Grill dining experience. We continually strive to maintain a diverse selection of both popular well-known wines as well as many that have very limited availability and particularly eclectic appeal. We are proud that our wine list has maintained its status as a Wine Spectator "award of excellence" list.
About our Executive Chef, Tom Pritchard
Originally a New Yorker from Rochester, Chef Tom grew up in Kenilworth, Illinois and is proud to tell you he's the only kid from the town who still wears an apron to work. Tom's culinary life began in New York City, where he worked as a brigade apprentice chef in a Manhattan hotel. He spent numerous years in Europe working and traveling during the 70's. After stops in London, Holland, Germany, Morocco, Switzerland and France, he ended up with his own very popular establishment in Mallorca, Spain - Tom's A Raconteur. He was traveling over 300 days a year before he decided to settle down in the NE section of St. Petersburg, FL in 1989.