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. The celebration of tubs is enhanced with objects and treasures discovered on Hollywood Beach that were collected by Russel T. Kohuth, Le Tub’s founder, while on his daily jogs and then placed, nailed up or hidden in nooks and crannies all over the restaurant. Even more funky finds that washed ashore were contributed by the local lifeguards who would show up with nautical bric-a-brac to trade for beers. Regulars also got into the act and donated many personal mementos that adorn our walls and ceilings making Le Tub a carefree beachcomber hangout.
Over the years, besides the attraction of our 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 over the bay. Preserved for nearly 50 years it’s easy to get that Old Florida feeling when you walk through our emporium to sit on the water at tables made from reclaimed wood and sun-bleached dock boards from marinas all over the county and then watch all the manatees, fish, boats and yachts cruising by.
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. This came about because a writer for GQ, Alan Rickman, traveled 23,750 miles all over the USA, consumed 160,000 calories, tasted 162 burgers to find what he said was the “best damned assemblage of ground beef and buns this country serves up.” That’s us, and the burger recipe hasn’t changed either.
Welcome to the history and authentic vibe of Le Tub!
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.
Kid’s Burger $12 add cheese +$1
Crispy Chicken Tenders $11
Mac and Cheese $10
All kids meals are served with thick-cut steak fries. Must be 12 years old or younger to order.
The Original $15
Le Tub’s nationally known 13 oz. hand-pattied, cooked to order burger, seasoned, char-grilled, served on a kaiser roll with onion, tomato & lettuce.
add American or Swiss cheese +$1
add pickles +$0.50
add bacon +$2.50
Blackened Mahi Sandwich $16
on a kaiser roll with l.t.o. & herb mayo
Grilled Chicken BLT $16
on a bun with bacon, swiss, l.t.o., and tub sauce
All Beef Hot Dog $7
grilled or steamed
Chili Cheese Dog $12
Barbecue Ribs $29.50
full rack served with fries
Grilled Mahi Mahi $28
seasoned & grilled, served with green beans & fries
Crab Legs Market Price
snow crab clusters with hot butter
NY Strip Steak $36
served with salad & fries
LE SIDE OF FRIES
Thick Cut Steak Fries sm $6 • lg $8
Slice of the Day $9 ask your server for details
Key Lime Pie $8
with whipped cream
Home-Made Turtle Pie in a cup $8
oreo crumb, caramel & pecans
Be sure to check out our assortment of Tee Shirts, Hoodies, Ball Caps, Boating Shirts, Hot Sauce & more.
*Menu items and prices are subject to change without notice.
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