Spectacular Wine Tower

The spectacular 22-foot-tall wine cellar is known both for it’s architecture and selection of more than 4,000 bottles in regular inventory. Our sommelier chooses wines and spirits that are uniquely suited to the flavors of our menu. Learn more at our wine page [http://seasaltstpete.com/wine-spirits/]



Come enjoy chef Fabrizio Aielli's
newest fine-dining restaurant,
featuring an 80-foot long raw bar,
20-foot-tall wine tower, Florida's
freshest seafood and 130 different
salts from around the world.






130 Different Salts

Chef uses 130 different types and flavors of salts from around the world to season his innovative dishes and put his unique touch on Florida's finest ingredients.


Chef Fabrizio Aielli

puts his Venetian touch on Florida's freshest seafood and produce, using organic, sustainable ingredients from local famers and day boat fishermen. His menus change daily, as Chef is always coming up with new delicious creations.



Fresh Seafood

Chef/owner Fabrizio Aielli, a native of Venice,
takes pride in showcasing fresh seafood along
with innovative contemporary specialities,
fine wine and craft cocktails.

Sea Salt

by chef fabrizio aielli

With 90 inspirational recipes and more than 120 photographs, this gorgeous, collectible book embodies the spirit of Sea Salt. Available at our restaurants. Or order your autographed copy by calling  239.434.7258

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To book your reservation please call us at 727.873.7964 or you may book online using Open Table.


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Restaurant Hours

Sea Salt is open 7 days a week



11:30a – 3:00p

Happy Hour


4:00p – 7:00p



5:00p – Close

Classic Cassoulet Class, Nov. 19

cassoulet-imageThe cassoulet is a beloved French classic and one of Chef Ken Tufo’s favorite dishes. The rustic dish, rich with culture and history, captivated our Chef early in his career and deepened his love of cooking. The single-pot, slow-cooked dish consists of assorted meats and white beans and herbs, and is an autumn tradition.
Learn how to create this French bistro dish at our Saturday, November 19 cooking class. The 90-minute class begins at 11:30 and is priced at $35 per person. It includes instruction, a light meal, and a welcome glass of prosecco. Reserve by calling 727-873-7964.
Good to know: Some say the cassoulet originated in 1355 when Edward, Prince of Wales – known as the Black Prince – took the French town of Castelnaudary by siege. His plan was to starve the townspeople, but the French responded with unforeseen reserves of culinary savoir-faire. Each family brought what little remained in their pantry – white beans, garlic, pork shoulder, sausages, stale breadcrumbs – to a vast caldron in the town’s main square, and discovered one of France’s most delicious traditions. We’re sure you’ll make it one of your traditions after this class!


Directions To Sea Salt

183 2nd Ave North
St. Pete, FL 33701