Historic Spanish Wines Celebrated at Oct. 19 Wine Dinner
October 10th, 2016 Cookbook
Rich history and unique terroir combine to create unparalleled sparkling and dry wines at the Spanish vineyard Raventos i Blanc. We celebrate and experience a selection at our dedicated wine dinner on Wednesday, October 19.
Raventos’ winemaking legacy in northeastern Spain dates to 1497. Their wines reveal their mastery of the art, and our chefs have planned a menu that complements the selections chosen by our sommelier, Justin Chamoun.
“He told me the fascinating history of the vineyard, pulling books from the library’s shelves and describing the visits of kings and queens over the centuries. It was humbling to know that the vineyard has been running since America was just beginning to be formed! Even more impressive is the quality of Raventos wines and their value. Our first dinner there was at an amazing restaurant and we were blind-tasting the Raventos sparkling wines versus true French Champagnes, and couldn’t tell the difference. We all argued over which was which during every single course. This is so remarkable because the weather in Penedes, Spain, is not like the weather in Champagne, nor do these use the same grapes or have the same type of soil conditions.”
Cooking Class Honors Renowned Dish from Amatrice
September 20th, 2016 Cookbook
An Italian classic, Bucatini All’Amatriciana, is the focus of our next cooking class on Saturday, September 24 at 11:30 a.m.
Amatriciana sauce originated in Amatrice, Italy, a town that was recently destroyed by a devastating earthquake. The town’s namesake sauce, traditionally comprised of cured pork cheek, pecorino cheese and tomatoes, is the highlight of the class to honor those victims. Learn more from Chef Ken Tufo as he demonstrates how to create Sea Salt’s flavorful take on the dish, then enjoy lunch in our beautiful dining room.
Check it out: The Sea Salt vibe in downtown St. Pete
September 8th, 2016 Sea Salt Restaurant Video
Get in the Sea Salt mood with this video! You’ll want to dance your way into one of our beautiful dining niches. The video shows our ambiance of big-city fun combined with a cool, artistic vibe in the cuisine and design. Check it out here: https://www.facebook.com/SeaSaltStPete/videos/709174179258838/
Blue Skies and Sunshine for $5 Today!
September 2nd, 2016 Cookbook
Aw Shucks Returns Sept. 7
August 29th, 2016 Cookbook
Aw Shucks! Have you missed our popular monthly special? Don’t worry – Aw Shucks is back September 7 from from 4 to 7 p.m. We’re known for our oyster bar and a dazzling variety of these beloved mollusks, which we pair with craft beer from local vendors for an authentic taste of St. Pete. Beer and oyster flights, oyster shooters and beer cocktails await. Call 727-873-7964 for more information. Sign up for our newsletter to receive updates.
Bottomless Mimosas to Refresh Your Weekend
August 26th, 2016 Cookbook
Amatrice. Help Us Help Them.
August 26th, 2016 Cookbook
August 27 Red Snapper Cooking Class
August 24th, 2016 Cookbook
Want to dazzle your dinner party guests? Add pan-seared red snapper to your recipe repertoire with Saturday’s cooking class, August 27 at 11:30 a.m. Executive Chef Kenny Tufo demonstrates how to prepare the seafood dish with wild mushrooms, lump crab meat and coconut curry sauce. Then you enjoy lunch in our beautiful dining room. $35 per person, includes soft beverage. Reservations required by calling 727-873-7964.
Monet Mimicry: Create a masterpiece at Art Night
July 28th, 2016 Cookbook
Create a water lily wonderland at our Art Night on Wed., Aug. 3 at 6:30 p.m. Art teachers from Pinot’s Palette will help you paint your masterpiece as you enjoy an appetizer and a glass of wine. Art Night also includes 30% off dinner for the evening. This class is $45 per person, call 727-873-7964 to reserve. Make more than a masterpiece. Make a memory.
July 20 Beer Dinner Celebrates Craft Beer Scene
July 12th, 2016 Cookbook
As you know, St. Pete is a famed U.S. capital for craft breweries and we want to celebrate this community with a beer pairing dinner. On Wednesday, July 20, we’ll be offering a four-course dinner of our signature seafood dishes and delectable desserts. Dishes will be expertly paired with craft brews from Barley Mow Brewing Company, of Florida, and Uinta Brewing, a nationally recognized craft brewery from Utah.
The dinner is themed “Enchantment Under the Sea” and we will be serving oysters, octopus and scallops in a meal that would impress Poseidon and his sea maidens. Dinner begins with a reception at 6:30 p.m., and continues with a sit-down dinner at 7 p.m. The cost is $65 per person, plus tax and gratuity. For reservations call 727-873-7964.