Call us today for today's specials!
Squid Lips Restaurants in Melbourne, & Sebastian Florida are all about Life on the Waterfront.
Salty Ocean Breezes, the warmth of Sunshine, the thrill of offshore fishing, the coolness of an icy drink: Ah the coastal life, we go to recharge and revitalize, dig our toes in the sand, and launch our boat for and excursion. There our worries slip away, and we wish such days would last forever. Of course, the folks at Squid Lips Overwater Grill know that no day on the water is complete without great food-whether its succulent grilled or fried shrimp or a tender delicious steak cooked to perfection over the oak grille. That's why they offer up the tastiest morsels in a fun, casual environment, perfect for waterfront and inland locations alike.
Our food has the perfect "SEA"SONING. We know that to put the best food in front of our customers, we have to begin with the best and freshest ingredients. Our grilled items are prepared over an open Oakwood fire. The high heat locks in the natural juices while imparting a subtle oak flavor, creating a unique savory sensation. Likewise, our fried items are incomparable. You won't find any pre-breaded products in our coolers. Everything is prepared when ordered--fresh and crunchy.
From Appetizers such as Cajun Bacon Wrapped Scallops, to juicy burgers, Mahi Reuben's, Abaco Fish Sandwiches, and Cuban Sandwiches, to hearty and delectable entrees such as our signature Black Cherry Pepper Pork and Stuffed Flounder, we pride ourselves on serving up more than standard beachfront fare. Of course, you can count on us for the classics too: Shrimp cocktail, fried chicken tenders, conch fritters and much more. No matter what you crave after a day on the water or a day in the office, we serve it up fresh and hot.
What makes Squid Lips so different? Our Coastal atmosphere and outstanding food. Like our patrons, we love the waterfront lifestyle. And we know that a great day on the water means a fierce appetite and fun with friends over drinks and a great meal. So when an opportunity came along to open a casual, inviting restaurant that would capture the best of the day on the water, we jumped at the chance. The rest is History.
Since 2004, Squid Lips has served up quality food with friendly and attentive service, all offered in our unique and casual environment. With our unique oak grilled entrees and freshly breaded fare, Squid Lips has been a favorite place for locals and tourist alike.
Now after countless requests, we're launching our franchise program to spread our unique concept to other regions, sharing what we love and bringing the best of the waterfront to all. For more information visit email@example.com.
Two Waterfront Locations with outstanding food and casual atmosphere, indoor and outdoor seating. Excellent seafood, succulent grilled or fried shrimp, tender delicious steaks cooked to perfection over an oak grille. A full service bar, the perfect place to dine. Featuring local entertainment & live bands. Our two venues allow boaters the opportunity to pull right up the Squid Lips Beach area or dock. Franchise Opportunities available.
May 17, 2011
|Wed Nov 28 11:00:00 EST 2012|
Red snapper is one of the most popular varieties of fish, and is extremely versatile. There are so many delicious ways to prepare red snapper!
|Wed Nov 14 12:00:00 EST 2012|
Omega-3 fatty acids are found in both fresh and saltwater seafood, but saltwater species tend to have higher levels.
|Wed Oct 31 11:00:00 EDT 2012|
Three and a half ounces of sardines contain more calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin-D than a serving of milk.
|Wed Oct 17 16:00:00 EDT 2012|
Carp is one of the most popularly consumed freshwater fish in the world. Brought to the United States around 1876, the carp originally hailed from Asiatic waters.
|Wed Oct 03 10:00:00 EDT 2012|
Crabs comprise one fifth of all sea creatures gathered for food in the world.
|Recommended Seafood Intake|
|Wed Sep 19 14:00:00 EDT 2012|
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends choosing seafood in place of meat and poultry twice each week, and to select different varieties as often as possible to reap the health benefits of seafood.
|Wed Sep 05 11:00:00 EDT 2012|
Mahi is a dolphinfish, not related to the marine mammals also known as dolphins.
|All About Cooking Salmon|
|Wed Aug 22 15:00:00 EDT 2012|
Don't let the high fat content of salmon scare you away; it's rich in Omega-3 oils and low in cholesterol.
|We Bet You Didn't Know|
|Wed Aug 08 16:00:00 EDT 2012|
More seafood is eaten than any other kind of meat.
|Wed Jul 25 13:00:00 EDT 2012|
Eating 5 medium-sized oysters supplies you with your recommended daily allowance of 8 vitamins and minerals.