Welcome to a brand new episode of Dirty Water TV, hosted by the vivacious Leah Clark! Today, we’re exploring the vibrant city of Saint Pete and Clearwater, where we’ll be taking you on an exciting journey to some of the city’s most iconic locations.
Our first stop is the OCC Road House Museum, where we’ll take a trip down memory lane and explore the rich history of the legendary Orange County Choppers. From vintage motorcycles to classic chopper designs, this museum is a must-visit for any motorcycle enthusiast.
Next up, we’ll be heading over to The Helm, one of the city’s most popular seafood restaurants. With a reputation for serving up some of the freshest seafood around, we’ll be getting an inside look at their kitchen and learning the secrets behind their delicious dishes. After a satisfying meal at The Helm, we’ll be making our way over to The Birchwood, a stunning boutique hotel located in the heart of downtown St. Pete. We’ll be exploring the hotel’s luxurious rooms, indulging in their exquisite dining options, and taking in the breathtaking views from their rooftop lounge.
Our next destination is the newly renovated St. Pete Pier, a waterfront park that features a variety of attractions, from a splash pad for kids to a stunning observation deck with panoramic views of the city. We’ll be taking a leisurely stroll around the pier and exploring all that this beautiful park has to offer while sipping on some Ice Pik Vodka.
And last but not least, we’ll be sitting down with Fred Forsley, the owner of Shipyard Brewery, The Sea Dog, and Ice Pik Vodka, for his annual state of the beer address. We’ll be learning about the latest trends in the beer industry, sampling some of his signature brews, and getting an exclusive look at what’s next for his growing chain of restaurants and brands.
So join us for an exciting adventure through the beautiful city of Saint Pete and Clearwater, only on Dirty Water TV!