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Scenic in that the original corner part of the restaurant overlooks the square through its huge picture window. One of the best thin crusted pizzas south of New York. For thick crust pizza, that have a pretty good pan pizza too. Available by the pie or the slice and service is fast even when its hopping. Great vibe from the young staff. Its so successful, its wrapped itself around the block, taking over space behind it. Lots of outside seating, which is full during lunch. I suggest you get their before noon or after 1:30 during the week, its one of the most popular places for lunch for those working at the court buildings across the square.

Posted by Anonymous on 01/16/2010 at 10:42 PM

Re: “Ghosts of hotspots past

I was a student in a Florida comunity college in 84 and we took a trip at a convention at the Castlegate and visited the Limelight. What a trip, nothing like it in Sarasota, or probably anywhere other then New York. People having sex in the boths, a silver painted mime out front. They would shoot dollar bills out a tube system over the dance floor. Never forget it. When I moved to Atlanta 7 years later Rupert's had replaced the Limelight and that place was cool too and I am surprised its not listed on here. A full orchestra playing the dance tunes of the day. My favorite in the 90s.

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Posted by Anonymous on 01/16/2010 at 10:19 PM

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