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St. Pete's Tyrone Square Mall to add restaurants, children's clothing store

Tyrone Square Mall in St. Petersburg is adding three new restaurants and a children's clothing store.

Lime Fresh Mexican Grill, a fast-casual chain owned by Ruby Tuesday, will open a 3,500-square-foot restaurant near Lee Roy Selmon's and Bonefish Grill in August.

Red Robin, a burger restaurant with four locations in the Tampa Bay area, will follow in the fall.

Burger King will open this summer in the food court.

Crazy 8, a children's store owned by Gymboree, will add a location near Center Court and Footaction athletic footwear and apparel is expanding.

In addition to the new businesses, the mall is renovating its restrooms in the food court with granite countertops, tile floors, touchless faucets, hand dryers and touchless paper towel and soap dispensers.

The improvements should be completed by April 30.

St. Pete's Tyrone Square Mall to add restaurants, children's clothing store 04/18/13 [Last modified: Thursday, April 18, 2013 7:13pm]
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