Saturday, July 25, 2009

The Seabreeze Cupola


I really didn't know what to call this. Cupola seems to fit. I've never seen anyone up there, though.

The Seabreeze is an old-timey restaurant on the Dock...we've been going there for at least 20 years. The food is decent and the view can't be beat.

13 comments:

Abe Lincoln said...

I guess the weathered look is all part of the culture in the Florida Keys. It is so different and that makes it unique and beautiful. It looks older than the hills.
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brattcat said...

Perhaps you could ask about going up the next time you dine there. And if they let you up, please take your camera.

m_m said...

Looks like a wooden lighthouse:) Nice place!

Hilda said...

It's as charming as yesterday's restaurants! And with Brattcat ;)

Rose said...

I love the rustic look of this...

JM said...

This is really interesting and very original! I like the outside stairs too.

Frank said...

I love the old weathered tower but safety might be a concern. It looks a bit rickety. (Insist next time on a tour.)

this too will pass said...

quqite a place; and nice texture in your photo

Antjas said...

I don't know, Jacob, this looks like a tinderbox that could go up in flames at any minute. Maybe because those stairs look like a fire escape and this looks like the type of building firemen practice on. Stay safe.

tapirgal said...

I love this! Cedar Key has some interesting locations, that's for sure.

Clueless in Boston said...

It looks like the watch tower of an old wooden fort.

Rajesh said...

Very nice. It has a rustic look to it.

nopham said...

Thanks for this picture. We had many, many good dinner here. Do they own another restaurant down the road? We went to Jacobsville yesterday by boat...beautiful, windy, and cold.