The Freezer Tiki Bar
We met at the Chase Bank parking lot on Van Dyke near Dale Mabry. In our group, we had six Vettes and 13 members - Jerry & Terri G, Wally and Julie Z, Robin D and Bonnie G, Ed B, Jerry M, Debbie R, Dan & Cathy B, and John & Irene H. As we headed north on Hwy 41 and passed through Land O' Lakes, David G and Rose B joined the caravan. We had a great cruise (about an hour) to Homasassa and for the most part, managed to stay together in a string of 7 Corvettes - a beautiful thing to see on the highway. Dan and Cathy B led the pack and did a great job of keeping us together.
The Freezer Tiki Bar is about as far from "class" as you can get, but about the best kind of place to find good seafood. The atmosphere was perfect for our "laid back" group. We had a blast and enjoyed some really good food.
Rain was forcast for later in the day, but we had great weather for our cruise to Homasassa and back. The rain held off until we all had time to get home and put our Vettes in their nice dry garages. It was a great outing.
- Jerry M
Our group ready to head out
Our Vettes ready to roll
Dan, Rose & Dave
Our Vettes and . . . . ????
Nice view from my rear view mirror
Is this a "swank" place or what?
OK. It's lunch time. Heading for the grand entrance
The fancy entrance lobby
A Ford Woodie
Right on the water
Great "seafood" atmosphere
Inside the joint
Looking out toward the harbor
Another inside view
Bucket of scallops?
Ed, Rose, Dave, Debbie, Cathy and Dan
Our group outside
Irene, John & Robin ready to order
The menu posted at the entrance
Yummmm. Mullet Dip
The crab is just soooo good
Wally, Julie, Jerry and Terri
Another view of the harbor
Wally and Jerry G
Shrimp - just the picture makes your mouth water
Crab legs and shrimp
Irene, John, Bonnie & Robin ready to eat
Ed knows how to get his money's worth out of a mullet
Bonnie by the Tiki Hut
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