St. Pete’s West Side is about to get a new fast casual dining option. This winter, Red Mesa Mercado opens a second location where Two Graces once stood.
The Club at Treasure Island is open to all – and the kitchen is open late. That means you can you a decent meal as late as 11:30 p.m.
Hookin’ Ain’t Easy Café & Tiki Bar serves seafood, beer, and barbecue in a casual beach setting. Owner Matthew Neumann created his own beach, adding white sand to half of the once-empty lot next the market, and seashells to the other side. The result? A fisherman’s paradise.
The building that includes Beach Bazaar, Zaiya, and other Gulfport favorites is for sale for $3 million – but don’t worry, those shops aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. Here’s why.
The Pearl Restaurant will re-open in Gulfport this October. The fine dining establishment will take the spot once filled by Mano’s, bringing Moroccan and Mediterranean dining to the Town Shores area of Gulfport.
Vitamin Retailer Magazine named Earth Origins’ parent company, Healthy Edge Retail Group, Retailer of the Year. South Pinellas and Gulfport residents looking for organic options or bulk spices.
Soft Water Studios spruced things up this summer, hiring a new gallery director and creating a climate-controlled space to host scheduled exhibitions and revolving shows throughout the year. They reopen as Soft Water Gallery in St. Pete’s Warehouse Arts District Sept. 8.
The space – formerly Fabric Smart – will have gallery and studio space. Valloreo’s DRV Gallery hosts a soft opening Oct. 6 with yoga for artists in the morning. The Jazz Librarians perform at the grand opening ribbon cutting Oct. 24.
The popular coffee, pastry, and sandwich shop will close for 10 days so its employees can have a week’s vacation.
Want to run an historic breakfast shop? Here’s your chance.