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Breakfast, lunch in Yummy Mama's new dining room

A year after opening in a historic Queen Anne-style house downtown, Yummy Mama's restaurant is unveiling a new dining room serving breakfast and lunch.

Owners Yakov and Yelena Podolskaya say the buffet-style menu will feature homemade Russian and European staples like blintzes and pierogies alongside American fare.

The eatery, housed in a turn-of-the-century building built as a home for former Mayor A.T. Blocker, also carries 700 European grocery items, from imported beer and wine to salami and sweets. The restaurant is at 145 Fourth Ave. NE. Call (727) 388-1904.


Celebrate fitness, paddling at shop

Kahuna Kai Paddle and Beach Shop has opened in the Barefoot Beach Resort at 13224 Gulf Blvd.

A grand opening party will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday. The event will include free Stand Up Paddling demonstrations as well as complimentary food and drinks.

Kahuna Kai offers Stand Up Paddling lessons, rentals and sales. It is also the first retail outlet for YOLO boards in the Tampa Bay area, and carries a full line of supplies.

Stand Up Fitness offers instruction, rentals and personal fitness boot camps. It is based in the Kahuna Kai store.

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News from Yummy Mama's, Kahuna Kai Paddle and Beach Shop 10/13/09 [Last modified: Wednesday, October 14, 2009 1:55pm]
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