Dunedin Seafood Festival 2018-02-02T17:59:33+00:00

March 24 & 25: Dunedin Seafood Festival

Mark your calendars for Dunedin’s 2 Day Seafood Festival

Dunedin’s 8th annual Seafood Festival returns to Edgewater Park
at the Dunedin Marina this spring. This is a family friendly affair.
So come one, come all & four legged furry friends
are always welcomed in the town often nicknamed ‘Dogedin’.
No admission fee.

Food Vendors, Arts & Craft Merchants, Local Artisans, Civic Groups, Musicians
Contact hotline for participation (727) 451-9214.

Email for sign up form Festival@OldeBayCafe.com


This festival started in 2011 with the goal of celebrating the cooler weather in our Bay Area with our favorites: Seafood. Beer. Friends & Family. And some more Beer. A happy group of friends volunteered and gathered to discuss the concept at Edgewater Park at the marina, and behold the Dunedin Seafood Festival was born.

the FOOD

Come hang out at Dunedin’s picturesque park by the marina. Enjoy local favorites; lobster rolls, fried shrimp, grouper, fish tacos, bbq, snow cones, burrito bowls, chowders, pizza, organic and veggie dishes, and of course…CRABS!


We take beer very seriously in the Dunedin community. We are fortunate to live in an age and in a town that makes learning and enjoying craft beer a true art. Beer lovers will enjoy the delicious relationship between food and beer this fall at Edgewater Park right by the marina!


The purpose of these festivals is to gather the community and enjoy Dunedin’s waterfront park. We encourage local schools, civic groups, bands and talent groups to join our community stage. Volunteers are also welcomed as this year’s event will benefit local civic groups and charities. Group leaders looking to perform on stage, send a txt and photo to (727) 451-9214 or email Festival@OldeBayCafe.com


Open Daily 10am till 10pm


(727) 733-2542 / EMAIL US

51 Main Street Dunedin, Florida 34698

Florida is home to a multitude of sea life, and the waters surrounding the Olde Bay Cafe are no different. From our dock, you will be looking out across St. Joseph Sound to Caladisi Island. Just under the surface, high drama is played out every day among the lives of the fish and other marine creatures that call this area home.