Guppy's on the Beach
1701 Gulf Blvd
Indian Rocks Beach, FL 33785
Sun–Thurs 11:30 am – 9:30 pm
Fri & Sat 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Dine-In or Take Out
Proper Attire Required
By popular request, Guppy’s has implemented a dress code.
Notice: No Emotional Support Animals Allowed
Dear Valued Customers,
We would like to address our policy regarding emotional support animals at Guppy’s. As a responsible business, we understand the importance of accommodating the needs of all our customers while maintaining a safe and inclusive environment for everyone. It is Guppy’s policy that we do not allow emotional support animals on our premises.
Compliance with Legal Requirements: While service animals, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), are permitted in our establishment, emotional support animals DO NOT have the same legal protections. We strive to comply with applicable laws and regulations, and our policy reflects the distinction between service animals and emotional support animals recognized by the ADA.
Thank you for your continued support and understanding.
Eugen Fuhrmann started the Lobster Pot Restaurant in Bermuda. After making that restaurant successful he then came to the United States in 1978 to open the Lobster Pot Restaurant in Reddington Shores, Florida with Erwin Scheuringer as the Chef.
In 1992, again both Eugen and Erwin along with Scott Bebell (who at that time was working as the Sous Chef at Eugen's Restaurant) opened Guppy's On The Beach. In April of 1999 Eugen sold his interest in the Lobster Pot Restaurant and can now devote all of his attentions and expertises to E&E Stakeout Grill, Guppy's and the Mystic Fish (with the exception of when he is playing Golf).
All four of these men have lived and worked in this area for more than twenty years and are very well recognized in the community for not only their contributions to the restaurant industry, but for their civic involvement and continuing support of the local charitable organizations, groups, and schools alike.