Eat and Drink

There's a hidden gem in Sarasota, FL called The Garden Room Café at Shoogie Boogies, where you send your tastebuds to another dimension as you taste the International cuisine served there.

At this spot, you can celebrate any occasion, from a wedding to an anniversary or birthday party. This unique café is in the heart of the city’s art district. It is highly recommended for its first-class service, affordable pricing, ambiance and creative staff.

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One of the best restaurants to eat at in all of the U.S. and Canada is located in Florida, and it earned its title on the well-known site, Yelp.

They looked at the top 100 vegan restaurants across North America, and The Mediterranean Chickpea in Tampa takes first place.

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A Cuban sandwich festival is coming to Centennial Park in Ybor City Historic District, Tampa, this weekend.

This is the highly anticipated event's 11th year!

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There's a retro-looking laundromat down a casual St. Petersburg sidewalk... ut it's really a hidden bar. This one modern speakeasy is actually really hard to find, and it's not basic AF.

It's called Dirty Laundry, and the entrance has a mini refreshments area, laundry machines, and a payphone. It will transport you back to the 1920s era as you pick up the phone and type in a number to get access to the secret door, which looks like a working washing machine!

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A blank page, a sharpie and a notebook are all you need when you're inspired. A coffee and a pastry will make you feel ready for the day. Mix these concepts together and BAM! You have the 2D Café.

In St. Petersburg, FL you can quite literally "be the art" as you step into the black and white shop. With an eclectic backdrop, the customers and the food become the focal point of the restaurant, bringing the cartoon-styled walls to life.

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The cheesy, delicious pizza scene in Tampa, Florida is dominating the restaurant industry nationwide, as it ranks above New York City and Chicago for the Best Pizza Cities In America for 2022.

Say goodbye to a deep-dish Chicago pizza, or an oversized steamy slice from New York City, because Tampa's popular comfort food is top of the charts.

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With much of 2020 having been up in the air at the hands of COVID-19, it might bring you a little nugget of joy to hear that Tampa's free Cuban sandwich festival is still a go this year.

The fest originally slated for March 29 has been pushed to November as Florida's remaining operating restrictions on bars and restaurants are eliminated — but Tampa's Cuban fest will still have social distancing measures of its own in place.

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There are plenty of places in Florida to grab a cup of coffee, from big-name brands to the little hole in the wall you love down the street. No matter your favorite flavor, there’s something out there for everyone. One thing that’s sure to spice up your coffee even more is a café with heart and personality, and one Florida cafe, Raining Berries, is a perfectly pink paradise.

Wandering into Raining Berries, the first thing to catch your eye would be the bright pink wall of flowers just begging to be photographed.

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There are tons of yummy places to indulge in along the St. Pete Beach, but few places will give you booze, food, and stunning views all at once. At one St. Pete bar, Hurricane Seafood Restaurant, you can get lofty ocean views while you sip a refreshing margarita for the perfect end to your beach day.

Found in the heart of the Pass-A-Grille historic district, Hurricane Seafood Restaurant has been serving up delicious food and stunning views to the St. Pete community for decades.

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A Nashville-style hot chicken restaurant in Tampa, King of the Coop, is about to take their bites to new places. The beloved fried chicken joint will take their tasty talents to Wesley Chapel soon. But that's not all that they have in store.

Narcity spoke with the literal King of the Coop, Joe Dodd, who gave the inside scoop on what's cookin'.

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It's nearly always beach season in The Sunshine State, but you may not necessarily want to don your suit to take a dip. Maybe you want to watch the sunset and snap a few pics, or kick back and relax as you even out that killer tan. Why not "eat on the beach" at these Gulf Coast waterfront restaurants in Florida and get a little bit of the best of all those worlds?

From tiki-themed bars hidden on rooftops to literal foodie gems in the middle of the ocean, the diversity of Florida's eats scene has a bit of it all.

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If you're living in Florida or even if you're just a hungry visitor, chances are you might be a fan of seafood. And what better place to be than the Sunshine State? Seafoodies are about to be in for a treat, as a new seafood restaurant opened in St. Pete.

Mr. and Mrs. Crab have made their way out of Bikini Bottom and into the Sunshine State, serving up a variety of delicious fish.

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