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Sam Snead's Tavern

Sam Snead's Tavern is Sarasota's 19th hole. This restaurant / bar is decorated with memorabilia dedicated to golf legend, Sam Snead. Patrons come to enjoy relaxed atmosphere, good food or a drink at the comfortable bar equipped with TVs and friendly bartenders.

Phone: (941) 906-7771
Location:
1830 S Osprey Ave Ste 100
Sarasota, FL 34239
Price: $$ ($10 - 20)
Website:
Users' Rating
Rating: 3 - 1 review
Payment Methods:
Cash, Credit
Cuisine: American,Continental,Seafood,
Hours: Mon-Fri (and Sun in season) 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sat 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m.; Sun 3-10 p.m. (summer)
Open For: Lunch, Dinner
Live Entertainment:
Happy Hour: 4-7p.m.
Features:
Outdoor
Handicap Accessible
Full Liquor
Herald-Tribune Review
Entrees, appetizers make up for tavern's shortcomingsJACK WINNER CORRESPONDENTPublished: Friday, March 18, 2005Given the popularity of golfing in this area, a restaurant named Sam Snead's Tavern should come as no surprise. Luckily, for those like me who don't know a birdie from a bogey, the golfing theme doesn't go much beyond listing the appetizers as "tee-off."There are, however, lots of photos of Sam Snead scattered around this commodious establishment, for those ... Click here for full review

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