Event - Postponed
As life-long residents and business owners in Dunedin, FL – we were super excited to host the upcoming Seafood Festival. We have held two of these a year for the last 10 years, so this would have been our 20th. For social health and safety reasons that should be obvious to many, the event is postponed…but not canceled! Dunedin is an amazing community and the people that make this neighborhood town coveted by so many others are even greater.
As optimists, we know there will be a good time in the near future for this festival and its artists, merchants and chefs to gather in the park again. In the meantime, we encourage our friends to use this time as an opportunity to enjoy their families and close friends. Read those books that you never had time for. Take longer walks. Write that book you’ve always wanted to. Start a blog. Play board games. Cook. Build something. Dream and tell stories with your children. Time passes too quickly once its already talked about. Make this time count. We will post when the Dunedin Seafood Festival is rescheduled.
The Dunedin Stone Crab Festival welcomes individuals of all ages – bring a date, or meet a few. Friends, family, kids, and pets will enjoy Edgewater Park marina views and eclectic downtown vibes. The picturesque views of the sunset, a nice spring sea breeze, and the backdrop filled with sailboats, powerboats, and commercial vessels will calm your soul and feed your spirt.
Save the date! Saturday, March 21, 2020
The purpose of these festivals is to bring the community together to enjoy the city’s beautiful green waterfront park while meeting local artisans, arts & craft merchants, budding new entrepreneurs, all while sampling local restaurant’s cuisines focusing on … seafood. Although mostly attended by locals, these festivals have grown popular among our northern states visitors for baseball’s spring training (home of the Blue Jays) and travelers from all four corners of the Earth.
This 10th annual event will bring together local (and some from not so near) restaurants and new pop-up cafes. People love the opportunity to sample cuisine and beverages from 20 locations all on the same day and in the same spot.
Local stone crabs (Florida caviar)
Burgers and hotdogs
We take beer and wine very seriously in the Dunedin community. We are fortunate to live in an age and in a town that makes learning and enjoying craft beer a true art form (there are 9 breweries within walking distance). For those not into beer – fear not. We’ve got you covered. Wine and sangria lovers will not be disappointed. All can enjoy the delicious relationship between food, spirts, shopping, kids and pets playing at Edgewater Park.
*Must be of legal drinking age in the USA
No admission costs.
Local artists and craft merchants will be present.
No tickets are required.
Golf carts please adhere to city's map on this GOLF CART LINK
Socially conscious pets are very welcomed. AKA. Pet Friendly
No coolers allowed.
Special Parking Lots during events
Monroe Street Parking Garage
Louden/Wood Street Lot
Gateway (along Milwaukee Ave)
Festival opens at 5:00 p.m. Friday and noon on Saturday.
Handicap parking limited to first available.
Food and beverage will be available for purchase.
Credit cards will be accepted.
ATM machine(s) available.
Chairs and blankets welcomed.
Children friendly - kids zone, rock wall, bouncy, shark ride, face painting.