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St. Petersburg getting new drive-through Dunkin' Donuts

St. Petersburg

City approves drive-through Dunkin' Donuts

The city's Development Review Commission on Wednesday approved a new drive-through Dunkin' Donuts. It will be on the west side of Fourth Street N between 11th Avenue N and Joyce Terrace N. The drive-through will be open 6 a.m. to midnight weekdays and 6 to 1 a.m. on weekends.

St. Petersburg

Mickey's Market set to open on 4th St.

A new Mickey's Market is expected to open Friday at 1535 Fourth St. N. It will carry Angus beef, Boar's Head meats and custom deli items, including Mickey's popular smoked-chicken salad with dried cranberries and walnuts. Mickey and Bill Huguet, who own the business, vacated Mickey's Snell Isle Market in July and closed Mickey's Kork & Kleaver on Beach Drive NE this month. Store hours will be 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday. The phone number is (727) 894-7751.

St. Petersburg

World of Beer will sling suds in city

The World of Beer recently opened at 5536 Fourth St. N and offers about 40 taps rotated weekly and 500 beers from around the world, plus flatbread pizzas, mojo chicken wings, soft pretzels with porter cheese dip and stout beef "Wobbers." There is an outdoor area, several flat-screen TVs and a private loft.

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