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St. Pete's 22 South Food Hall venture closes doors

ST. PETERSBURG — 22 South Food Hall, the latest venture for entrepreneur cooks to test their taste in South St. Pete, closed its doors Wednesday. Former Bucs player Vincent Jackson, who died in February, played role in 22 South project. Historic building has seen many changes in search for success.
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Get Down on an All You Can Eat Fish Fry at Venezia Restaurant & Bar

You don't technically have to have a room at Wyndham Hotel Venezia's resort-style boutique property in order to visit and dine in at the Venezia Restaurant & Bar inside. On Fridays, head on over to the hotel restaurant for lunch or dinner and enjoy Visit Sarasota's favorite local deal: All You Can Eat Fish Fry. For $10.95, you'll taste buds and wallet will get a deal worth savoring — featuring Atlantic cold water haddock, crispy french fries, homemade coleslaw and hush puppies. Though the promo states fish "fry," diners can have Chef Patrick cook the haddock any way — whether fried, grilled or blackened. And if you get there between 4pm and 6pm, be sure to enjoy happy hour specials of 50% off domestic drafts, well drinks and house wines. What better Friday afternoon than an endless basket of fried fish and chips with a pint of some good ol' Florida beer?
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St. Petersburg food hall 22 South closes

One of St. Petersburg’s new restaurants is closing its doors for good. After opening April 30, 22 South food hall announced its closure Wednesday morning on Facebook. The restaurant cited the surprise death of Vincent Jackson, one of its partners, earlier this year as a main reason for the decision. According to the Facebook post, “the lack of desire by his trust to continue has caused our inability to continue operations.”
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Sharks Swim in Backyard Canals in Florida to Avoid Toxic Red Tide

Residents on Longboat Key in Sarasota, Florida, are used to seeing various aquatic species in their backyard canals. Still, the view they saw last week was unlike anything they'd seen before - and scientists believe it's due to the red tide bloom that's affecting the region. Sharks began to arrive...
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Feast On Delicious Custom-Stuffed Burgers in St. Petersburg

Feast on delicious custom-stuffed burgers the next time you’re in Downtown St. Petersburg. Toppings take a back seat to stuffing!. If you’ve lived in Tampa Bay for a while, you know that the restaurant scene in Downtown St. Pete has been giving gastronomic delight to all who frequent the myriad of creative establishments. New and innovative restaurants are opening every month much to our satisfaction.
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Sarasota, FLMysuncoast.com

Masks required indoors at Disney parks beginning Friday

SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) - As COVID cases rise across the state and nation the CDC is recommending people to wear masks indoors no matter their vaccination status. Disney is the latest to move forward with following the organization’s recommendations. They announced face coverings would be required indoors at their parks and facilities beginning on Friday, July 30.
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Lido Key Summer 2021

Lido key is a great place. Unfortunately we are dealing with some spotty red tide in the area. So if you plan on coming please check the FWC website for red tide reports. Under normal circumstances it’s in a very beautiful area! This is a quick video that highlight the summer of 2021 from Lido Key Sarasota Floroda.
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Ford's Garage in UTC area names burgers after Sarasota figures

Every restaurant has unique names picked for the food they serve, but Ford’s Garage in University Town Center has gone the extra mile and is offering burgers that should remind Sarasota residents of home. The eatery has a menu of burgers and sandwiches named after Sarasota public officials and figures....