Boutique Restaurant Group, Caledon Concepts, announced that Ceviche is taking over the home of The Moon Under Water at 332 Beach Drive. But have no fear, the British pub will also relocate to a yet-to-be-announced location.
“We are excited to continue to be a permanent fixture in St. Petersburg, we know Moon Under Water will also continue to thrive in a new location that we are looking forward to revealing in the near future,” says Lee Karlins, President of Caledon Concepts in a release.
The current Ceviche location—just four blocks away from Moon Under the Water at 10 Beach Dr. NE—will close to the public at the end of service on Saturday, Jan. 9. Moon Under Water will close down in February, making way for the renovations for the new location of Ceviche. The projected opening date for the revamped and freshly moved Ceviche is scheduled for March 2021.
The restaurant group owns three St. Petersburg staples including Ceviche, Moon Under Water as well as Rococo Steak.
According to the release, the new location will boast an entirely remodeled interior and exterior design with a major emphasis on the patio. That includes a wine room loaded with an extensive international and domestic wine list with a focus on Spanish wines. Guests can also expect a "refreshed" menu.
Ceviche is known for its menu of tapas like patatas bravas, roasted brussels, baba ganoush, queso de cabra (spicy goat cheese) and, of course, ceviche. The restaurant was also a hot spot for its daily happy hour featuring bar bites and sips for $5-$7.
More details to come on the future plans for The Moon Under Water's new location.
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