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Opening date announced for revived Goody Goody in Tampa

Goody Goody, the iconic Tampa burger chain that closed its doors more than a decade ago, returns Aug. 23 with a new location in Tampa's Hyde Park Village. [CHERIE DIEZ   |   Times]

Goody Goody, the iconic Tampa burger chain that closed its doors more than a decade ago, returns Aug. 23 with a new location in Tampa's Hyde Park Village. [CHERIE DIEZ | Times]

Nearly two years after Richard Gonzmart revealed plans to revive the defunct Tampa burger chain Goody Goody, the restaurant is finally ready to open its doors.

Goody Goody will once again be serving burgers, fries and pies starting at 7 a.m. on Aug. 23 at its new location in Hyde Park Village in South Tampa.

The restaurant tweeted the news Monday, making it official:

The new Goody Goody is located at 1601 W Swann Ave. The last Goody Goody restaurant closed in Tampa more than 10 years ago. Gonzmart, of Columbia Restaurant and Ulele fame, purchased the brand in 2014, including the original recipes and furniture. The sign currently in place at the Hyde Park restaurant was recovered from a salvage yard and refurbished before being raised over the new restaurant in February.

The original Goody Goody location was on Florida Avenue in downtown Tampa.

Opening date announced for revived Goody Goody in Tampa 08/15/16 [Last modified: Tuesday, August 16, 2016 10:26am]
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