Located in the heart of Burns Court in Downtown Sarasota (516 Burns Court), Owen’s Fish Camp is an ode to old Florida living. From the looming Banyan tree out front, given to Sarasota developer Owen Burns by Thomas Edison, to the tire swing out back, it is a restaurant full of history and Southern Hospitality. The casual atmosphere allows guests to relax and enjoy what makes Florida so special.
It wouldn’t be called a fish camp if Owen's wasn't bringing in the Bay’s local fish every day. Not only does Owen's have fresh seafood but accompanying southern classics with a great craft beer and wine selection. The friendly staff strives to match the delicious food with exceptional service to assure your visit to Owen’s Fish Camp is second to none.
Caragiulos (69 South Palm Ave.) has been a Sarasota favorite since 1989. From his bakery in Brooklyn, Tony Caragiulo and his five sons came to Florida in pursuit of an agreeable location to open a simple Italian restaurant. After an exhausting, two week long car trek around Florida with no prospects and tempers flaring, Tony signaled for the car to pull over; “Stoppa the*#!*#!!!!car!,… This is it,” he declared, pointing to the vacant stucco location… And it was.
At Caragiulos, the food speaks for itself. Using the finest ingredients, Caragiulos has served easy- going, inventive Italian-American comfort food since 1989. The bread is baked on the premises each morning. The mozzarella is made fresh. The biscotti is still baked by Mrs. Caragiulo herself. Eating here is more like a gathering in the home of a good friend… comfortable… & memorable.
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