Amazing Food At Cafe Thirty A

Dated: 02/28/2019

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          Most locals will look at you like you have two heads if you have never been to Cafe Thirty A. I got the same look when I told my friends that I had dinner there the other night. 

The quaint restaurant gives an open cottage feel with a touch of class through its dining set up. The waiters and staff were more than accommodating to treat us with the background of how and why their restaurant has been around since 1995. Our waiter, Chuck, provided us with an outstanding personalized service that gave us insight on the menu items and history of the dishes. 

They always serve fresh food prepared that day. And the plus is that they have 2 for 1 specials from 5-6. Now I know that they may seems like a red flag to some, but Cafe Thirty A is the spot for this deal. Please Check IT OUT!


3899 E. SCENIC HIGHWAY 30A, SEAGROVE BEACH, FLORIDA

OPEN DAILY FOR DINNER AT 5 P.M. 

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cafe-Thirty-A/119221478131395

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Eric Davis

A native Floridian, Eric Ryan Davis, graduated college in Broward county and earned a degree from Johnson & Wales university in Miami where he met his wife. Together they ran a successful business, sp....

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