Clearwater mall now home to third Pearly's restaurant

The outpost doesn't offer outdoor seating, but has character all its own.

Pearly’s Beach Eats has opened the doors of its third restaurant. In Clearwater, the new location has taken shape inside, well, the last place one might expect to find an island-inspired beach shack eatery: Westfield Countryside.

Started in Clearwater Beach in 2014, Pearly’s prides itself on satisfying Gulf Coast cravings with a casual combination of tacos, burgers, salads, sandwiches, burritos and milkshakes, among other items, in a laid-back setting. The flagship location is housed within a cozy cottage à la Key West, while a little hut contains the downtown Dunedin site that launched earlier this year.

The Countryside mall outpost doesn’t offer outdoor seating, but has character all its own at 27001 U.S. Highway 19 N. To chow down on the classic Pearly’s menu they’ve come to expect, diners should use the “Restaurant Row” entrance near Red Robin and Bar Louie.

“Attention all Pearly’s lovers!!! We are officially OPEN for business at our Countryside Mall location!” reads an update posted to the restaurant’s Facebook page on Oct. 6. “Come do your shopping, grab some delicious grub, and check out the new place!”

Hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and noon to 7 p.m. Sunday.

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