City of Dunedin has implemented paid parking beginning October 3rd 2016 but don’t let that hinder your plans to visit our downtown. Pinellas county public transit is now offering Jolley Trolley pickups 7 days a week. The weekend only service was doing so well that now it has finally been approved for the entire week.
A great alternative for transportation especially when indulging in Dunedin’s multiple options when it comes to craft beers. Hop on the Jolley Trolley which the Coastal Route runs on Friday, Saturday and Sunday between Clearwater Beach and Downtown Clearwater, Dunedin, Palm Harbor and Tarpon Springs to truly experience our coastal living without the hassles of finding a parking space. List of Passes Fare Reduced* Unlimited Daily Pass $4.50 $2.25 Weekly Passes $20.00 ———– Monthly Pass $65.00 $35.00 Children 5 & Under Free *Reduced rates are for Senior and Disabled.
BFF! Wingman! Therapist, whatever he or she is in your life… your K9 pal is welcomed in Dunedin. Nicknamed Dogedin, this town’s merchants have provided amenities to allow you to bring along your pooch! Many have outdoor sitting and give your pet fresh water while you sit back and enjoy the social scene while dining outdoors with your best friend. And some have beautiful waterfront views too. Checkout my list below of the dog friendly taverns, pubs and restaurants below… Clear Sky Draught Haus · 680 Main St, Dunedin, FL 34698 ·(727) 286-6266 Sea Sea Riders · 221 Main St, Dunedin, FL 34698 · (727) 734-1445 7venth Sun Brewery · 1012 Broadway, Dunedin, FL 34698 · (727) 733-3013 Home Plate · 234 Douglas Ave, Dunedin, FL 34698 · (727) 953-9812 Dunedin House of Beer · 927 Broadway, Dunedin, FL 34698 · (727) 216-6318 Happy’s Bayou Bites · 431 Skinner Blvd, Dunedin, FL 34698 · (727) 240-110 Caesar’s Sports Pub & Pizzeria · 1757 Main St, Dunedin, FL 34698 · (727) 734-4522 Rosie’s Tavern · 730 …
Dunedin (done-ee-din) my home town. The name comes from Dùn Èideann, the Scottish Gaelic name for Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. A small coastal town nestled in the large metropolitan area of Tampa Bay. Hidden away from the grind of urban city life but it does not lack of culture, food, and art. Main Street, where you will find merchants selling art, home decor, vintage finds, and collectibles. You won’t find chain stores here. You’ll find great food and drink too. Especially if you’re a micro brew snob… Dunedin is home to some of the most popular micro brewery’s such as 7th Sun and of course the Dunedin Brewery. In the coming weeks I will be sharing with you my featured stories and local events along with my reviews which will be an opinion section in this local rag. More to come!! Stay tuned.