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Old 09-23-2019, 07:08 AM   #1
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Need name of Florida restaurant

We have been there several times with friends from Sarasota and other locations in Florida as well as friends from SC when we go to the Tampa RV show.

Guys, help me recall the name of a restaurant we go to near Zephyrhills. We usually stay just off US 41 north of Tampa. To get there we go east off 41 (we always follow friends when we go as a group. Very good seafood. There is a railroad beside the street the restaurant is on. Not a fancy place and not a lot of parking. It is a man's name. Been trying to remember all morning and cannot come up with it. Being a geezer is not a lot of fun sometimes
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How about loading up google maps, and follow your directions from the campground. Zoom in and the name should pop up
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We were staying at the RV park off Dead River Rd (just below Hillsborough SP) and turned south back toward Tampa for a couple or three miles and headed east for several miles, making some turns I am sure to avoid traffic and make short cuts Passed a lot of strawberry fields and such. Populated area, but not urban.
We ended up on a street running beside a railroad that generally ran NE to SW. There is not a lot of parking there and NO parking on the RR side of the street across from the restaurant.
It is not that big a deal guys, I was just trying to tell someone where a lot of the locals eat and how good the food is.
We also stayed a Lazy Days once and ate at this place. It only took a few minutes to get there from lazy days dealership.
Sadly I cannot call the friend we went with, he passed a couple of years ago.
Thanks guys for putting up with my reminiscing.
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If you were traveling in the northeast side of Tampa, along a railroad track and ate at the local fish house, it could be WILLIES in Valrico, Fl. Good food,
laid back, local, a place to remember.
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Old 09-25-2019, 03:54 PM   #8
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How about loading up google maps, and follow your directions from the campground. Zoom in and the name should pop up
Excellent idea. I could not remember all the turns and roads, but I did find a railroad and the results are below.

Willie's Seafood Restaurant
1912 Front St Valrico, FL 33594
(813) 571-7630

I guess we were further south than I realized.
Thanks JBDiscovery, I had posted this before I saw your post about Willie's. Thanks for the help.
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