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Tyrone

  • Events

  • Kid-friendly

  • Restaurants

  • Bars

  • Movie theaters

Events:

Restaurants:

  • Athenian Garden


    Cuisine: Greek

    Tyrone: 6940 22nd Ave. N, St. Petersburg, 33710

    A neighborhood staple for Greek appetites, light and heavy. Greek salads come with everything from beets to potato salad, but the biggest attraction is the sweet spectrum of phyllo, nuts, honey and cream, from kataifi to pudding.

  • Bonefish Grill (St. Petersburg, Tyrone Blvd. N)


    Cuisine: American casual, Seafood upscale
    Features: Children's menu, Date night, Kid-friendly, Takeout

    Tyrone: 2408 Tyrone Blvd. N, St. Petersburg, 33710

     (StBonefish Grill's mother ship opened on Fourth Street N in 2000. Now more than 150 locations strong, it was selected the best value in the seafood category by Consumer Reports in June 2009. The menu at Bonefish has been fairly steady, but there is some movement in a new direction: affordable, shareable dishes that don't require a lot of utensils. Something to nibble over drinks with friends, including a new American wagyu burger ($10.90), Bang Bang shrimp tacos ($8.90) and tempura-battered fish and chips ($10.90). As for the main entrees, Bonefish unfortunately hides its light under a bushel of sauces. But the concept is otherwise resoundingly contemporary. More affordable than many of the other upscale national chains, on a couple of visits it seemed to be a favorite girls-night-out destination, whole posses clinking wine glasses and spoon-fighting for a bite of very respectable creme brulee ($5.50). Its martini menu (most drinks hovering in the laudably reasonable $7.50 range) has stylish bells and whistles (house-infused pineapple tequila, Danish blue-stuffed olives, plenty of pomegranate juice), and a broad by-the-glass wine program is arranged lightest to most full-bodied, very user friendly.

  • Applebee's Neighborhood Grill (St. Petersburg, 66th St. N)


    Cuisine: American casual
    Features: Children's menu

    Tyrone: 2901 66th St. N, St. Petersburg, 33710

  • Gianni's New York Pizza


    Cuisine: Italian, Pizza
    Features: Kid-friendly, Takeout

    Tyrone: 936 58th St. N, St. Petersburg, 33710

  • Arigato Japanese Steak House (St. Petersburg)


    Cuisine: Japanese
    Features: Children's menu

    Tyrone: 3600 66th St. N, St. Petersburg, 33710

Bars:

  • Abbey Road


    Features: Big-screen TVs, Dog-friendly, Live music, Pool tables

    Tyrone: 974 58th St. N, St. Petersburg, 33710

    There is feisty energy and rock 'n' roll all around you: the memorabilia and personal touches are everywhere. Beatles pictures, Howling Wolf and Janis Joplin concert posters are everywhere, and a wall dedicated to boxing champions. Full liquor bar and clean taps; Bollocks, Guinness, Boddington's, Bass, Newcastle, Stella Artois, Harp, Miller Lite, John Courage Amber Ale, Warsteiner Pale Ale, McEwan's, Strongbow cider and Tucher are all on draft.

  • Bonefish Grill (St. Petersburg, Tyrone Blvd. N)


    Cuisine: American casual, Seafood upscale
    Features: Children's menu, Date night, Kid-friendly, Takeout

    Tyrone: 2408 Tyrone Blvd. N, St. Petersburg, 33710

     (StBonefish Grill's mother ship opened on Fourth Street N in 2000. Now more than 150 locations strong, it was selected the best value in the seafood category by Consumer Reports in June 2009. The menu at Bonefish has been fairly steady, but there is some movement in a new direction: affordable, shareable dishes that don't require a lot of utensils. Something to nibble over drinks with friends, including a new American wagyu burger ($10.90), Bang Bang shrimp tacos ($8.90) and tempura-battered fish and chips ($10.90). As for the main entrees, Bonefish unfortunately hides its light under a bushel of sauces. But the concept is otherwise resoundingly contemporary. More affordable than many of the other upscale national chains, on a couple of visits it seemed to be a favorite girls-night-out destination, whole posses clinking wine glasses and spoon-fighting for a bite of very respectable creme brulee ($5.50). Its martini menu (most drinks hovering in the laudably reasonable $7.50 range) has stylish bells and whistles (house-infused pineapple tequila, Danish blue-stuffed olives, plenty of pomegranate juice), and a broad by-the-glass wine program is arranged lightest to most full-bodied, very user friendly.

  • Tyrone: 7630 34th Ave. N, St. Petersburg, 33710

  • Mastry's Brewing Company


    Features: Brewery

    Tyrone: 1462 66th St. N, St. Petersburg, 33710

    Brewpub features variety of ales and IPAs, along with guest taps from other Florida brewers.

    Hours: 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Mon.-Wed., until 10 p.m. Thur.-Sat., 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sun.

  • Dog House Bar and Grill


    Cuisine: American casual, Pub
    Features: Big-screen TVs, Live music, Outdoor seating, Pool tables

    Tyrone: 2901 Tyrone Blvd. N, St. Petersburg, 33710


Attractions:

  • Athenian Garden


    Cuisine: Greek

    Tyrone: 6940 22nd Ave. N, St. Petersburg, 33710

    A neighborhood staple for Greek appetites, light and heavy. Greek salads come with everything from beets to potato salad, but the biggest attraction is the sweet spectrum of phyllo, nuts, honey and cream, from kataifi to pudding.

  • Abbey Road


    Features: Big-screen TVs, Dog-friendly, Live music, Pool tables

    Tyrone: 974 58th St. N, St. Petersburg, 33710

    There is feisty energy and rock 'n' roll all around you: the memorabilia and personal touches are everywhere. Beatles pictures, Howling Wolf and Janis Joplin concert posters are everywhere, and a wall dedicated to boxing champions. Full liquor bar and clean taps; Bollocks, Guinness, Boddington's, Bass, Newcastle, Stella Artois, Harp, Miller Lite, John Courage Amber Ale, Warsteiner Pale Ale, McEwan's, Strongbow cider and Tucher are all on draft.

  • Bonefish Grill (St. Petersburg, Tyrone Blvd. N)


    Cuisine: American casual, Seafood upscale
    Features: Children's menu, Date night, Kid-friendly, Takeout

    Tyrone: 2408 Tyrone Blvd. N, St. Petersburg, 33710

     (StBonefish Grill's mother ship opened on Fourth Street N in 2000. Now more than 150 locations strong, it was selected the best value in the seafood category by Consumer Reports in June 2009. The menu at Bonefish has been fairly steady, but there is some movement in a new direction: affordable, shareable dishes that don't require a lot of utensils. Something to nibble over drinks with friends, including a new American wagyu burger ($10.90), Bang Bang shrimp tacos ($8.90) and tempura-battered fish and chips ($10.90). As for the main entrees, Bonefish unfortunately hides its light under a bushel of sauces. But the concept is otherwise resoundingly contemporary. More affordable than many of the other upscale national chains, on a couple of visits it seemed to be a favorite girls-night-out destination, whole posses clinking wine glasses and spoon-fighting for a bite of very respectable creme brulee ($5.50). Its martini menu (most drinks hovering in the laudably reasonable $7.50 range) has stylish bells and whistles (house-infused pineapple tequila, Danish blue-stuffed olives, plenty of pomegranate juice), and a broad by-the-glass wine program is arranged lightest to most full-bodied, very user friendly.

  • Applebee's Neighborhood Grill (St. Petersburg, 66th St. N)


    Cuisine: American casual
    Features: Children's menu

    Tyrone: 2901 66th St. N, St. Petersburg, 33710

  • Gianni's New York Pizza


    Cuisine: Italian, Pizza
    Features: Kid-friendly, Takeout

    Tyrone: 936 58th St. N, St. Petersburg, 33710