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Newly-opened Coco Wood Grill brings incredible dining experience to the beach

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A new restaurant on the beach is bringing a combination of high-class dining, delectable handhelds, and a laid back atmosphere to the area. Coco Wood Grill just had its ribbon cutting at 17814 Gulf Boulevard in Redington Shores, and already the new spot is making waves.

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Coco Wood Grill Replaces Lobster Pot on Redington

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The Philadelphia couple are the owners of Coco Wood Grill, an upscale seafood restaurant in Redington Shores. Previously, the building housed several other restaurants, the latest being The Lobster Pot.

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— Abby Baker

Creative Cocktails, Impressive Seafood at Coco Wood Grill in Redington

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The hardest part of doing a restaurant review is deciding what to order. This is especially true for a place like Coco Wood Grill, where menu items include seafood enchiladas, soft shell crab tacos, macadamia-crusted swordfish, three unique riffs on an old fashioned, house-made red sangria, and many a martini to choose from.

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— Jen Ring

Treasure Island Chamber of Commerce Attends Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Coco Wood Grill

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A brand-new restaurant, 'Coco Wood Grill' had its ribbon cutting ceremony evening of July 13. It was a perfect celebration, the owner Chris Lazorcheck said, we put our all into this. Chris and his wife moved down to the Bay area from the Northeast. They wanted to invest in the local community here. Up in Philadelphia, Chris was heavily involved in their family restaurant business.

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— Nisha Merriman