Cocktail culture has seen a revival so thorough and so ubiquitous that it seems impossible to add anything to the conversation.
Most of us aren't heading for the glitzy Oscars parties in Hollywood, but it's still fun to celebrate the movie industry's big night at home.
Sometimes it seems like Tampa's Seminole Heights neighborhood gets all the love, with an ever-growing selection of hip restaurants, breweries and bars making it one of the best places for food and drinks in the city.
In both 2015 and 2016, I found myself in New Orleans within a week of its Mardi Gras festivities. This year, I'll be home, but I figured I'd keep the tradition alive by enjoying the Mardi Gras Bock from Louisiana's Abita Brewing Co. a full two weeks — to be consistent — before the holiday itself.
The neon sign above the bar reads, "youth has no age." That much is clear, considering the continued rise of the game bar nationwide, and the conversion of downtown St. Petersburg's former World of Beer space into a late-night hangout populated by full-grown adults rolling Skee-Balls, smashing air hockey pucks and …
See if you can find the collectibles listed below behind the bar at the famous Skipper's Smokehouse in Tampa. Use your scroll wheel or double-click to zoom into the picture. Click and drag to move the picture around. Once you find a collectible, click to see a larger version.
Here's what you need to find:
Buddy Guy portrait | Signature Drink | An Ode to Hippies | Pachinko | Man v. Food Photo | Pyramid-shaped "Blues Trophy" | A gift from their gator meat supplier
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