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Five Guys opens burger joint downtown


Five Guys opens burger haven downtown

Five Guys Burger and Fries opened its fourth store in Pinellas County last week. The newest restaurant is at 111 Third St. N in the Progress Energy building.

For now the hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday thru Sunday. That could change to accommodate the business community. Doors could open half an hour earlier during the week, said Les Pentz, general manager. Pentz is also toying with the idea of offering burgers until 2 a.m. Fridays. For information, call (727) 895-8070.


Fresh market offers goods on Mondays

Shoppers who like to browse through green markets have a new place to stroll: the bandshell area at the park immediately north of City Hall, 5141 78th Ave. N.

Monday Market in the Park will be open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays during October.

Vendors who want to participate should contact Jason Webb, the market manager, at 488-5649. Booth rentals start at $16.05, which includes state sales tax.


Harvey's toasts the moon Wednesday

Harvey's 4th Street Grill will host a full moon party Wednesday. It will feature live music by the Surfin' Raccoons, Maine lobster and drink specials.Harvey's is at 3121 Fourth St. N. For information, call 821-6516.

News of businesses and business people can be faxed to 893-8675, e-mailed to or mailed to Neighborhood Times, 490 First Ave. S, St. Petersburg, FL 33701. Photos can be mailed or e-mailed by jpeg file.

Five Guys opens burger joint downtown 10/11/08 [Last modified: Saturday, October 11, 2008 4:31am]
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