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Gallery will bring indy films, art, beer bar to BayWalk

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Venue will bring art, movies, beer bar to BayWalk

A new venue is coming soon to BayWalk.

As part of Muvico, the Gallery will feature art and independent films, rotating art exhibits, and oversized leather seats. The venue also will include a wine and beer bar. It's limited to patrons 21 and older.

"The time has definitely come. We're very excited in talking to Muvico about it," said John Long, CEO of the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce.

Long said the chamber is focused on connecting the venue to the arts community.

St. Petersburg

Women's retailer gets larger space

Add Ambria's Gallery of Wearable Art to the growing number of businesses that have moved to Beach Drive. The retailer of women's special occasion and bridal fashions has moved to a slightly larger space at 222 Beach Drive NE. Renate Feth, one of the owners of the family business, said Sherri and Norbert Feth opened the store almost 11 years ago, naming it after their daughter, Ambria..

St. Pete Beach

Chick-fil-A offers dad-daughter event

Chick-fil-A, 4623 Gulf Blvd., is hosting a Daddy-Daughter Date Night from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday. The event will include table service and a complimentary dessert.

Seatings are every half hour during the evening. Call (727) 367-7038 for reservations.

News of businesses and business people can be faxed to (727) 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 as jpegs.

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