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Posted by Dive Girl on 07/15/2014
I have lived in PBG forever (I'm practically a native) and have eaten here maybe 4-5 times just because it was close or some other reason. Each time the food was lousy, overpriced and tasteless. Do yourself a favor and skip this place. There are many better places to eat on the water.
Posted by tnn on 10/01/2011
Just had dinner here last night and ordered the Mahi sandwich with a dozen oysters as an apppetiser. Although the food was good and the atmosphere cozy, the service was really slow and the price was too expensive compared to other restaurants. The Oysters were $30 for a dozen and the fish sandwich was $13 which only came with fris. Total bill for 2 fish sands and a dozen oysters and 4 beers $72.
Posted by Dee on 06/27/2011
Sorry but the food was disappointing! My softshell crabs were mushy and tasted old like they had come out of the freezer. The vegetables were so hard I could barely eat them. My husband ordered the crab stuffed lobster. Definitely did not taste fresh and the crab stuffing was awful. he ordered the rice which was cold hard and dry. I think they forgot to cook it. The only thing good was the atmosphere even with the rain. Will never go back.
Posted by JR WJ on 05/06/2011
I was in West Palm beach for about 4-5 days and went there twice because I and my family loved the food. I am also vegan and gluten and they were able and willing to accommodate me. Great service directly from the owners too.
Posted by Joseph Bernadowski on 04/24/2011
My wife and I recently visited Dockside Sea Grille thanks to a recommendation from a friend. They weren't wrong. We started with the clam appetizer which was delicious. Next came our entrees. I had got the Alaskan king crab legs and my wife had the pecan encrusted snapper. It was so fresh, moist, and disappeared from my plate quickly! We'll definitely be back and a big thanks to our server for being so accommodating.
Posted by Joe and Janine on 09/06/2010
First I’d like to say what a great meal we had. The restaurant is located in a small strip mall next to a night club and a pawn shop. The real surprise is on the back dinning deck. This area is highly prized by locals as a private dinning and retreat. Dinner was served to allow us time for some private talk along with a quiet breeze as the sun set over the waterfront. We started dinner with a Buffalo Calamari appetizer served with celery, carrots and a thick blue cheese dressing dipping sauce. The next course was a small house salad that was enough for two people “we had no idea they were so large. The main course came shortly there after, with a little time between to wet our whistles and admire the view. My wife had a good size portion of hog snapper with a crab stuffing, and I mean crab and plenty of it. A beautiful roasted red cabbage and broccoli were served as the vegetable of the day. I enjoyed a yellowtail snapper with a white wine and Bur Blanc sauce and along with the broccoli and cabbage, with a fair size roasted red potato. I can't say enough.
Posted by U F GRAD IN '76 on 08/11/2010
My wife and I have been going to Dockside for years and it has become the place to eat of choice for her sister from texas and her brother from chicago. The chef is always coming up with subtle differences to the menu items and one night the side dishes were so wonderful I ordered a to go plate of just them. The only downside is their dessert menu leaves a little bit to be desired but who goes to a Seafood local place for dessert. I have never had anything but good food and good service.