Twenty minutes from downtown St. Petersburg, Pass-a-Grille stretches all of one block between Boca Ciega Bay and the Gulf of Mexico and some 22 blocks to the southernmost end of St. Pete Beach. It is a longtime LGBTQ beach paradise with quaint bungalows, art galleries, boutiques, fishing piers and laid-back charm. Its sugar-sand beach was one of the first where gays and lesbians could be themselves. Folks still remember The Lighted Tree, one of the first gay bars in the area.
Pass-a-Grille Historic District, Saint Pete Beach, FL, United States
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HISTORY NOTE: This was THE GAY BEACH in the 1980's before Bedrocks and Sunset Beach.
Pass-a-Grille is a neighborhood at the southern end of St. Pete Beach in Pinellas County, Florida. The beach community includes the Pass-a-Grille Historic District, Gulf Beaches Historical Museum, and Pass-A-Grille Beach. The small beach town includes restaurants,...