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New Restaurant on St. Pete’s Beach

Submitted by on May 18, 2014 – 8:39 amNo Comment

florida_guy-harvey_breaking-awayRumFish Grill & Bar at Guy Harvey Outpost, 6000 Gulf Boulevard, St. Pete Beach, Florida, brings new meaning to sourcing food locally.

When it opens later this month, the restaurant’s main attraction will be a 33,500-gallon aquarium built by Wayde King and Brett Raymer of Animal Planet’s “Tanked”. Guy Harvey Outpost guests will be invited to snorkel in the tank among indigenous fish such as snook, redfish, trout, tarpon, grouper, snapper, small sharks and eels. (No word on whether one must catch one’s own dinner.)

Resort guests can also participate in a “behind the scenes” tour highlighting eco-initiatives and tank management, and this includes the chance to feed the fish. A number of other tanks will be placed around the salt-water-themed restaurant, giving diners a “fully immersive” dining experience. It’s all part of the vision of Guy Harvey,

(Who’s first in the tank, Road Trips Foodies?)

RumFish Grill & Bar has named Aaron Schweitzer as chef de cuisine and Aaron Rademan the general manager of the new restaurant. Schweitzer will be in charge of all facets of RumFish’s food service including menu writing, culinary direction and guest service. Radman will oversee all food and beverage and guest services.

(Image is “Breaking Away” by Guy Harvey)

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