This sign marks the Gasparilla Island Grill's main entrance door.
This is Gasparilla Grill's
Mahi Mahi "Reuben"
with House-made Cabbage Slaw on Marble Rye served with French Fries and a pickle.
A closer inspection shows that the Mahi is probably a pre-cut fillet, but it's seasoned nicely and mine was grilled perfectly.
The "Cabbage Slaw" isn't what you would find on a traditional Reuben, it's a little sweeter, and more like coleslaw than anything. It provided a nice snap and texture to the mix.
Hello little Almond Fruit Tart! I don't know if the fruit changes seasonally, but this is one pretty good pastry.
If you've always just eaten blueberries whole, you might be surprised to find out that they're not actually "blue" inside!
Rather than being a pudding... the filling here was more like a cross between a blondie (pressed cookie-like confection) and a dense cheesecake. It definitely had a delicate almond flavor, and therefore was fresh! Almond disappears quickly from baked goods as they age.
Most Counter Service locations (in Disney "Resorts" anyway) are using some sort of order identification system. At Gasparilla, you will get a number marker to put on your table after you have placed your order.
This Turkey and Stuffing sandwich was offered in the Fall as a "holiday special" item.
The Holiday Special Turkey and Stuffing Sandwich was served warm with a side of fries. The red stuff in the sandwich is cranberry sauce.
Prior to their renovation in early 2017, Gasparilla Grill used to offer a different stuffed baked potato for each day of the week. Pictured here is the Loaded Hot Dog Baked Potato.
I actually really liked this one because you really felt like you were getting something to eat! Both the Hot Dog and the Baked Potato were a decent size, and the flavors were all a natural match.