Visit this waterfront burger joint with indoor and outdoor seating with a view of boat traffic on the Intracoastal, and its breezy, open-air bar. Le Tub offers seafood, beers, cocktails, burgers, chili, ribs, steaks, and salads. But we are rightfully famous for our big 13-ounce charcoaled sirloin burgers. Oprah Winfrey praised our burger after GQ Magazine declared it “America’s Best Burger” in 2006.
Originally a Sunoco gas station right on the Intracoastal waterway, Le Tub opened in 1975, and the first thing you notice today are the old-fashioned claw foot bathtubs filled with plants, flowers and palms surrounded by driftwood that greet you at the entrance, on the patios, dock and walkways.
Take in the wacky ambiance and the thousands of collected and found artifacts used to “decorate” Le Tub, people love coming by for the ocean breezes, dockside drinking and dining and spectacular sunsets.