Clear Sky Restaurants Looks to Be Planning Fifth Location, Clear Sky on Park

Clear Sky currently has four unique restaurants in Clearwater Beach, Downtown Clearwater, Dunedin, and Palm Harbor
Photo: Clear Sky On Cleveland Official

Local restaurant chain Clear Sky Restaurants looks to be planning something new in Seminole. A plan review was submitted recently for a Clear Sky on Park project at 13079 Park Blvd, at the intersection with 131st Street North.

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“Clear Sky Restaurants and Catering has been serving dining patrons to the best food and unique dining experiences found in Tampa Bay for years,” reads the Clear Sky Restaurants website. “Top chefs, great waiters and waitresses along with superb craft beers and cocktails by experienced bartenders served to your satisfaction, which is the hallmark of Clear Sky Restaurants and Catering.”

The Clear Sky family currently includes four sister concepts. Clear Sky Beachside Cafe highlights breakfast “with an upscale twist” and “very popular Bloody Mary Bar,” along with lunch and dinner menus on Mandalay Avenue in Clearwater. Located in Dunedin, Clear Sky Draft Haus is a gastropub featuring 37 beer taps, plus breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Clear Sky on Cleveland in Clearwater is a “New Orleans inspired tavern” with a courtyard that “transports you to a Mediterranean street cafe”; it is dubbed a “Global Bistro.” Finally, Palm Harbor’s Clear Sky Club Haus offers “coveted tapas appetizers, aged steaks, fresh seafood, gourmet burgers, and outstanding libations.”

With this eclectic group of four chef-driven concepts, one gets the sense that the fifth, Clear Sky on Park, could be planning to serve up almost any cuisine there is! What Now has contacted several representatives of Clear Sky Restaurants and is still awaiting a reply for more information.

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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