Wow! St. Pete is blowing up culinary style like it is nobody’s business :-0

With 5 of these already open,  3 more just announced, and various others in production presently; how many more restaurants can we handle?

Don’t get us wrong we sure do love trying out all this deliciousness, we just want to support everyone to help make the community as successful as possible.


Have you popped in any of these spots yet? Share a pic with us 🙂

Maple Street Biscuit- 662 Central Avenue
Their biscuits are to die for!

Flute & Dram- 234 Beach Drive NE
Downtown St. Pete’s FIRST champagne and caviar bar, is now OPEN at 234 Beach Drive NE! 🍾 🥂 😊 They also have an extensive whiskey selection! Who’s up for a drink? 🙌

Craft Kafe- 200 Central Avenue
Specializing in 100% gluten-free food and incredible coffee 😋 Enjoy salads, sandwiches, omelets, and assorted baked goods. Hours are 6:30am to 7pm.

Overflow Brewing- 770 1st Ave N, St. Petersburg
With a focus on brewing the best sour beer in the country, there will also be IPAs, pale ales, stouts available.





Callaloo- 642 22nd Street South
At Callaloo, you will experience one of America’s newest and most innovative regional cooking styles, highlighting the unique tastes and fresh flavors of foods indigenous to Florida and the Caribbean.

Pacific Counter- 660 Central Ave (Opening This Summer!)
They’ll be serving up poke bowls and sushi burritos (the latter of which will be made by a robot imported from Japan). Choose from 10 signature combos in your choice of burrito or bowl. You can also create your own by choosing from a variety of bases, proteins, toppings and house-made sauces.

Amigos Tortilla Bar- 600 block of Downtown St.  (Later This Year)
Amigos Tortilla Bar Key West will join the 600 block of Downtown St. Pete later this year. Who’s ready for some tacos, nachos, and margaritas?! 🌮🍹😍

The Peabody- 600 5th St S in Downtown St. Pete (Later This Year)
The owners of Tampa’s Oxford Exchange have announced plans to open The Peabody, a library-inspired cafe inside of the new Johns Hopkins Research and Education Building at 600 5th St S in Downtown St. Petersburg.