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Madeira Beach Hosts Feast by the Beach on Florida’s Gulf Coast

With the freezing cold temperatures and recent snow events blanketing the nation, we hope you’re away from it all with your toes in the soft, white sand instead of your boots in the cold, wet snow. If you’re vacationing in Indian Rocks Beach and Indian Shores right now, enjoy every minute of it.
Feast by the Beach in Madeira Beach
This weekend, take the 15-minute scenic coastal drive from Indian Rocks Beach down Gulf Boulevard to Madeira Beach where you’ll find the Feast by the Beach happening on Saturday, January 11 and Sunday, January 12 from 10a.m. to 5p.m. It’s a foodie’s delight with live cooking demonstrations, take-home dips, sauces and cookbooks. There’s a little something for everyone of every palate.

In addition to great food, there’s also plenty of shopping to be had with vendors on hand selling their best nautical themed arts and crafts, as well as beach accessories and other treasures. Madeira Way offers a nice selection of local restaurants, quaint shops, and unique boutiques for you to explore during your time here.

The Feast by the Beach in Madeira Beach offers free admission and nearby complimentary parking. Gather up your family and friends and make a day of it. In addition to a day of culinary adventures, shopping and time on the beach, you’ll also be supporting local nonprofit groups. A portion of the event’s proceeds go directly to these Madeira Beach nonprofits, so you know your purchases are making a difference in our Gulf Coast community.

We hope to see you there! Let us know if you will be.

To our friends dealing with the cold temps and winter weather, we leave you with this final thought:

Plan your Florida Gulf Beach vacation

Plan your Florida Gulf Coast beach vacation now. Cheers to anything but snow and freezing temps!

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