About Snellgrove's Restaurant

Snellgrove's Restaurant was born nearly 50 years ago, when Norman R. Snellgrove and his wife, Kathern, purchased the downtown Plant City restaurant formerly known as Hagan's in the late 1960's.   Several years later,  the restaurant burned down and was rebuilt.   In those days, the restaurant was open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner.   Snellgrove's was a popular place for breakfast and served many local folks including a group of phosphate miners for whom a table was reserved for lunch each day.   The restaurant was known for its "special of the day" which often included a customer favorite of tips and rice and the summer chicken special consisting of chicken, mashed potatoes and tea for a mere $1.99.   Norman's love of deep sea fishing was evident in the decor as fish were hung on the walls.   Snellgrove's also boasted of the first salad bar in Plant City.

On April 1, 1992, Norman and Kathern sold the restaurant to current owners, Curtis and Tammy DeVane.   Curtis and Tammy have continued the tradition of offering good, home cooked, comfort meals. 

In addition to running the restaurant, Curtis and Tammy are also very active in the community.  They are members of the Plant City Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Business Merchants and provide support to local charities including Everyday Blessings Children's Home and the SPCA.

The current hours at Snellgrove's are Monday through Thursday from 7:00am to 8:00pm, Friday and Saturday from 7:00am - 9:00pm and Sundays from 7:00am to 2:00pm.  

Snellgrove's is conveniently located in downtown Plant City with parking available on the street and in a lot across the street. 

If you do not have time to stay and eat, Snellgrove's offers "call ahead" service at a pick up window on the side.  Give us a call at 813-752-3652 and have your take-out meal (breakfast, lunch or dinner) ready when you arrive.

We look forward to seeing you soon!