Gulf To Table Dining

Sculley's Waterfront Restaurant, located along the boardwalk in the historic fishing village of John's Pass, is a Gulf to Table dining experience. Providing a fresh catch off of our own boat, The Dagger, our plates compliment the exact elements patrons can experience during their meal. Our culinary team uses quality ingredients to create exciting, eclectic dishes, which bring out the seasonal ingredients Florida has to offer.

Gulfside Dining

Sculley's Waterfront Restaurant offers over 35 tables with views of the Gulf of Mexico. Enjoy scenic views of our fishing village, marine wildlife, and a Florida Sunset.

Eclectic Dishes

Our culinary team not only specializes in Gulf to Table Seafood, but diversifies our menu with Hand-Cut Steaks, Caribbean Lobster Tail, and other farm-fresh selections.

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"The Seafood Was Top Notch, Fantastic Atmosphere & Staff, A Wonderful Experience"

These are just a few of the things our happy customers from Sculley's Waterfront Restaurant have said about us!

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    review rating 5  Two words: fresh grouper! Great dock side atmosphere. Always see dolphins at dusk. Did I mention GROUPER? YUM!

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    review rating 5  Great fresh grouper of sane day boat catch. Best of all we tried in the area. Nice seating by the water.

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    review rating 5  I had a really good grouper sandwich and it was huge. The food was really good and the place has good atmosphere to go along with it. The only complaint that we had is that my friend ordered a blackened grouper sandwich and his was much smaller. He said his sandwich was very good however he wished it was the same size as mine. a little more consistency in size of meals for the same price I think would be good.

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