Welcome to Pass-A-Grille, the southernmost end of St. Pete Beach.
Historic Pass-A-Grille is a quaint, laid back beach town where you can park your car and walk to the beach, boutiques, ice cream shop, outdoor art market, restaurants, tennis courts and fishing piers. In Pass-A-Grille you separate yourself from daily stresses because you are in paradise.
Pass-a-Grille is officially a part of St. Pete Beach, but it begins where Gulf Boulevard passes The Don CeSar. Local legend states that it was named from the French phrase Passe Aux Grilleurs (the passageway of the grillers) in honor of the fisherman who used to camp there. The area contains miles of undeveloped, public Gulf Coast beaches along Gulf Way wrapped around the end of the key to meet Boca Ciega Bay on the harbor side. You can go on a shelling or snorkeling excursion to Shell Key, an uninhabited barrier island. Eighth Avenue is where you’ll find small galleries, boutiques and restaurants, including the rooftop bar at Hurricane Seafood Restaurant, a famous place to savor a drink along with a spectacular sunset. It is a quaint little town away from the city life.
Our website features the best Pass A Grille real estate search for homes, condos, land and foreclosure properties available. It is the only site you will ever need! It is easy-to-use and updated by the official REALTOR®’s database every 15 minutes.
You can save searches, and get daily email alerts of new listings, price changes, sold data, and market reports. Our Interactive Map Search allows you to view properties on a map or refine your search by drawing the boundaries around the area you desire.
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