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#PlayTampaBay: Top milk shake spots and other picks for July 17-23

Michelle and Katie hit the road this week on the hunt for the best milk shakes in Tampa Bay. Plus, they've got info on Freefall Theatre's new play, a cool art show and $6 Day at the Zoo. Here are the details on those events, and for even more things to do, head to tampabay.com/things-to-do.

 

Milk shake spots

Revolution Ice Cream Co.

Munch's

Steak 'n Shake

 

Want more? Check out food critic Laura Reiley's rundown for even more shake spots.

 

Events

Spring Awakening: Freefall's new play opens Friday and runs through Aug. 18.

 

$6 Day at the Zoo: The event is back at Lowry Park Zoo.

 

Cool Art Show: Browse art in air conditioning at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg.

 

Scream on the Green: They're showing a midnight movie in Curtis Hixon Park in Tampa on Friday.

 

What's your favorite spot to grab a milk shake? Leave us a comment or use the hashtag #PlayTampaBay on your Tweets and Instagrams to let us know. And follow us on Twitter (@thingstodotampa) and Facebook for daily updates on what's happening near you.

#PlayTampaBay: Top milk shake spots and other picks for July 17-23 07/17/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, August 13, 2013 3:45pm]
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