Old Northeastern Tavern

This neighborhood restaurant seems like  a well-kept secret.  Located on 7th Ave. N. and 2nd Street N. in St. Petersburg, this restaurant is a unique change from the normal chain restaurants along 4th Street. It’s more expansive than it looks at first glance because you might not notice it has more than one dining room. it offers booths with nice floral arrangements on each table. The atmosphere is inviting and reminiscent of a northern local favorite. The menu is limited, but very interesting. Their recipes offer combinations of the traditional sandwiches like ham and cheese to more exotic choices like quesadillas. Take a walk on the wild side and try something new! It might surprise you. The price ($8.00 to $15.00 for an entree) is cheap for the quality of food. They serve alcohol and I think it is more bar-like at night. The service is also good and they give you all you need without hassling you. It is a great place to bring friends for a nice lunch. They only drawback is that the parking is only along the street and it could be sparse during busy hours.

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2 responses to “Old Northeastern Tavern

  1. Went with some friends to this place after the holiday boat float by the St Pete Pier. I think someone has broken the poor waiters hand off and he no longer holds his tray.

    We circled the blocks for about 10 minutes to find a place to park but it was well worth the wait.

    Great sandwiches, and live music on that night as well.

    • Glad you gave it a try and liked it. Yes, if you don’t know where it is, it’s hard to find. I was there about two weeks ago. BTW, Hilary wrote that review for me. Kyle

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