To our valued customers, The Salt Shack has reopened and is open for lunch and dinner starting at 11AM. We are a completely open air property and are able to seat customers at a min of 6ft apart while still offering the best views of the sunset in the Tampa Bay area. At this time however, we are not allowed to welcome your pets, only service dogs. Thank you for your understanding. Please come to relax and enjoy good food, good views and good vibes but please be respectful of your spacing with others as we get through the rest of this together.

 

Accessible By Land & Sea

Visitors are welcome near and far, by boat or by car.

 

WHERE THE SEA TOUCHES THE SKY

With good food, good views and good company, Salt Shack is
bound to sweep you to paradise.

HIDDEN TREASURE AT BAY

Nestled on Rattlesnake Point just off the Gandy Bridge in South Tampa lies the Salt Shack: a rustic-refined beach getaway featuring fresh seafood, seasonal cuisine and tropical cocktails. Visitors are welcome near and far, by boat or by car, to one of Tampa’s last outposts, a hidden gem, if you may.

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FRESH FROM THE GULF

Salt Shack offers fresh fish and seafood caught by skilled fishermen of the Gulf to compliment its seasonal, Caribbean-inspired menu. Treat yourself to an island-infused craft cocktail that will take your tastebuds on a wave of flavor. 

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Salt Water Tales
February 11, 2019

A SHACK IN THE MAKING

Salt Shack On the Bay is making waves in Tampa’s Westshore Marina District! With plans to open in May 2019, we are excited to present the latest photos of the…
Salt Water Tales
February 11, 2019

A BRIEF HISTORY OF RATTLESNAKE POINT

During the late 1930s, the Inter-bay peninsula of Tampa was so ridden with the Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake that a portion of the town came to be known as Rattlesnake, Florida.…
Salt Water Tales
February 6, 2019

SALT SHACK IN THE PRESS

Business Observer Publishes a Press Release for the Planned Salt Shack Waterfront Restaurant. Below is the November 2018 press release from Business Observer. The full article can be found here.…