1Eat at Joe's Lunch and Concert Series: This monthly lunch and concert party in the Joe Chillura Courthouse Square this month salutes the Florida Strawberry Festival with food trucks serving up lunchtime dishes that incorporate strawberries, accompanied by live music in the park. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday at Joe …
Publix, still the No. 1 grocery chain in Florida by market share, continued its consistent growth by racking up $30.6 billion in revenues in 2014, a 5.7 percent uptick from its $28.9 billion of 2013.
Do the words "locally sourced produce" make your pulse quicken? Is your Instagram page chockful of sexy snaps of you shopping for dry-aged beef in the hippest, selfie-coolest new market? Did you fake a sick day at work to celebrate the joyous arrival of a Trader Joe's to your city?
Tampa-based Bloomin' Brands, parent of Outback Steakhouse and more, has sold off its interest in the seafood-based Roy's chain for $10 million. The sale, between Bloomin' and United Ohana, involves 20 restaurants and was agreed upon months ago, although the final tally wasn't revealed until Wednesday.
Don Arvin, co-owner of St. Petersburg's Casita Taqueria, routinely combs through his online reviews.
Pei Wei Asian Diner and BurgerMonger are coming to Fourth Street N
1Blast Friday: The free Blast Friday block party gets in the baseball spirit with baseball-themed vendors, a kids zone, games, prizes, live music by saxophonist Mindi Abair and representatives from the Tampa Bay Rays, Toronto Blue Jays, Clearwater Threshers, Philadelphia Phillies and New York Yankees. The nearby …
Sunday Walt Disney World broke the $100 barrier, announcing a $6 price hike that puts Magic Kingdom admission at $105, but other prices at the world's most popular tourist destination also spiked.
After a radical Islamist group released a video on Saturday threatening to terrorize various shopping centers around the globe — including those owned by the Westfield Corp., which operates several malls in the Tampa Bay area — local retail hubs promised security would be of the utmost importance.
NEW YORK — American Express violated U.S. antitrust laws by barring merchants from asking customers to use one credit card over another, a federal judge ruled Thursday.