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  1. Museum of Fine Arts

    Editor's pick

    Downtown St. Petersburg : 255 Beach Drive NE, St. Petersburg, 33701

    Comprehensive permanent collection of 19th century French and American paintings, early 20th century American paintings and photography. Docent tours: 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday.Currently: African American Life and Family, a collection of photographs from the 1880s to  …

  2. Florida Holocaust Museum

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    Downtown St. Petersburg : 55 Fifth St. S, St. Petersburg, 33701

    Remember. Educate. Empower. The Florida Holocaust Museum honors the memory of millions of innocent men, women and children who suffered or died in the Holocaust, the systematic murder of European Jews and others by the Nazis before and during World War II. The focus is on the policies, events a …

  3. Ciro's Speakeasy & Supper Club

    Editor's pick

    South Tampa : 2109 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa, 33606

    Buy into the pervasive Prohibition era theme and it will pay off. The fare ranges from high-class finger food like truffled popcorn and manchego soft pretzels to seared tenderloin with a stack of fries cooked in duck fat. All that comes after a pick from an extensive cocktail menu where the drin …

  4. Ringling Museum of Art

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    Sarasota : 5401 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota, 34243

    Permanent collection includes paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, photographs and decorative arts from ancient through contemporary periods. The grounds are also home to the Ringling estate, Ca d'Zan and to the Ringling Circus Museum.Currently: Re:Purposed, explores several of the more recog …

  5. Parts of Paris

    Editor's pick

    Safety Harbor : 146 Fourth Ave. N, Safety Harbor, 34695

    This charmer, set in a 1936 Florida bungalow, has a recently expanded menu of traditional French bistro fare, with steaks (entrecôte, ribeye, filet) that can be paired with optional sides (pommes Lyonnaise, haricots verts, little French lentils) as well as full liquor service, and an attra …

  6. Polk Museum of Art

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    Lakeland : 800 E Palmetto St., Lakeland, 33801

    Modern and contemporary art, Asian art, European and American decorative arts, pre-Columbian and African art are features of the permanent collection. Currently: Revival: African American Art Since 1950: Perspectives from the David C. Driskell Center, couples works by artists such as Romare Bear …

  7. Improv Comedy Theater

    Editor's pick

    Ybor City : 1600 E Eighth Ave., Tampa, 33605

    The Improv Comedy Club and Dinner Theatre in Tampa is one of many of the Improv chain, with a number of clubs scattered across the country that have featured now-famous performers such as Robin Williams, Adam Sandler and Jerry Seinfeld. The Tampa location has a full dinner menu served both befor …

  8. Clearwater Marine Aquarium, Home of Winter the Dolphin

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    Clearwater : 249 Windward Passage, Clearwater, 33767

    The modest-sized aquarium near Clearwater Beach offers a unique spin on the conventional aquatic experience because CMA doubles as a working animal hospital that rescues and rehabs sea creatures deemed unfit to survive on their own in the wild.It's home to perhaps one of the world's most famous  …

  9. Ferg's Live

    Editor's pick

    Downtown Tampa : 490 Channelside Drive, Tampa, 33602

  10. Glazer Children's Museum

    Editor's pick

    Downtown Tampa : 110 W Gasparilla Plaza, Tampa, 33602

    Pint-sized fun awaits in this hands-on museum that lets kids take on many roles at a variety of play stations. From becoming tug boat captains and working on a cruise ship to following the journey of water and "working" as an engineer, children will be the stars of their own adventures …

  11. Council Oak Steakhouse

    Editor's pick

    Tampa : 5223 Orient Road, Tampa, 33610

    Council Oak has managed to assemble a competent, thoughtful service staff and to train them well. Owned by the Seminole tribe (as is the restaurant of the same name in Hollywood), Council Oak is a new contender in the great American steak house wars. Morton's, Sullivan's Steakhouse, Don Shula's, …

  12. Hattricks Tavern

    Editor's pick

    Downtown Tampa : 107 S Franklin St, Tampa, 33602

    It's not the closest hockey bar to the Amalie Arena, but it's the best. The staff knows everything about the game, and TV analyst Bobby "The Chief" Taylor has been known to stop by. With a nice menu, tons of Lightning memorabilia on the walls, tasteful brick decor and a shuffleboard ta …

  13. Floridian Cuban Sandwiches

    Editor's pick

    South Tampa : 4424 W Kennedy Blvd. # B, Tampa, 33609

    Harold Seltzer, co-founder and former president of the Sam Seltzer's Steakhouse chain, saw a gem called the Floridian. It is a Treasure Island old-timer founded by the Dilar family, distinguished by its long record of winning the title of best Cuban sandwich in the area. He licensed the concept  …

  14. Roy's

    Editor's pick

    International Plaza District : 4342 W Boy Scout Blvd., Tampa, 33607

    It's hard to resent chain restaurants when Outback can bring a chef like Roy Yamaguchi and his jeweled fusion of French polish and Asian flavors to our table. Love rack of lamb or Hawaiian fish? Roy's local partners do them up teak-brown, with orchids, breezy guitars and a happy crowd of casual  …

  15. Marlin Darlin Grill

    Editor's pick

    Belleair Bluffs : 2819 West Bay Drive, Belleair Bluffs, 33770

    The most creative effort so far from the tag team of Frank Chivas and Tom Pritchard (Salt Rock Grill, Island Way Grill). Eat small (slick ceviche and tartare by the spoon, oysters by the piece, kettle chips, pear-bacon pizza or crab cake corndogs). Or live large on steaks with wild mushrooms and …

  16. Fly Bar & Restaurant

    Editor's pick

    Downtown Tampa : 1202 N Franklin St., Tampa, 33602

    The brainchild of Tampa native Leslie Shirah, this bastion of hip has gained a devoted following among Tampa foodies and revelers. Shirah honed the concept during a 15-year stint in San Francisco. And the concept is this: an all-day menu until late, late; a share-it-with-friends approach to worl …

  17. Tampa Museum of Art

    Editor's pick

    Downtown Tampa : 120 Gasparilla Plaza, Tampa, 33602

    The museum has an extensive collection of Greek and Roman antiquities, contemporary photography, contemporary American art and works on paper and an impressive LED installation by Leo Villarea along the south facade.Currently: American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell, features many of the …

  18. Dali Museum

    Editor's pick

    Downtown St. Petersburg : 1 Dali Blvd. (Bayshore Drive SE and Fifth Avenue SE), St. Petersburg, 33701

    The museum holds the largest collection outside of Spain of art by the Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali. Cleveland industrialist Reynolds Morse and his wife, Eleanor, donated the collection, which represents a 45-year friendship between the Morses and Dali and his wife, Gala. Built at a cost of  …

  19. The Sail

    Editor's pick

    Downtown Tampa : 333 S Franklin St., Tampa, 33602

    However you arrive at the Sail Pavilion — by foot, boat, bike or car — just get there by sunset.What? Never heard of it? The Tampa Convention Center's circular bar opened on the Riverwalk in 2009. In-the-know cyclists and boaters find it, conventioneers and hotel guests wander over.  …

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