Pass-a-Grille

Spend any amount of time at Pass-a-Grille beach and dolphin sightings are just about guaranteed and the sunsets are breathtaking.  

Pass-a-Grille is a community at the Southern end of St. Pete Beach in Pinellas County. 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!  This laid-back community offers beautiful beaches on the West and a long pier on the East making it a favorite location for waterfront recreations from fishing to swimming.  

This beautiful area by the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay beckons. Situated on St Pete Beach , Pass A Grille and neighboring and surrounding communities are some of the most vibrant beach markets in all of St Petersburg; we have a continuous dynamic list of property listings from which to choose, and you need a realtor like Pam Moll that can help you find that ideal home that fits your criteria before it’s sold to someone else! Anyone fortunate enough to call Florida’s Greater Saint Petersburg area home can enjoy the gorgeous year-round weather and pristine beaches, along with all the amenities needed for a life of luxury. A vibrant economy offers modern conveniences with a hometown feel, trendy and seaside restaurants and night-life, shopping, charming boutiques and quality schools.

If you're like me, I always wondered how did the town of Pass a Grille get its name?

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.
 
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Pam’s tip: Whether you’re a visitor or a resident to Pass-a-Grille a trip to the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum is a must-see.  This St Petersburg gem is located in the heart of Pass-a-Grille historical district (the very south end of St Pete Beach). You will be sure to get a good feel of what life was like along our Gulf beaches before World War II. The museum also documents the amazing story of the “Pink Palace”, the Don Cesar which opened in 1928.

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