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  1. Wine Madonna

    Downtown St. Petersburg : 111 Second Ave. NE, No. 102, St. Petersburg, 33701

    Wine lounge for wine lovers; wine list changes regularly, includes dessert wines, ports, wine smoothies. No kitchen, but limited menu from nearby selected venues available.Hours: open daily at 3 p.m., till late, especially on weekends; available for private tastings.Read more here.

  2. Waterside Grill at Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel and Marina

    Downtown Tampa : 700 S Florida Ave., Tampa, 33602

    The Marriott's casual dining restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, with fresh produce gathered from the rooftop garden. A bonus is that if the weather is nice, you can enjoy outside dining that overlooks the channel and some of Tampa Bay's largest boats that are docked behind the hotel. …

  3. Harbor Bar

    Safety Harbor : 840 Main St., Safety Harbor, 34695

    Read a review here.

  4. Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks

    Editor's pick

    Tarpon Springs : 20 Dodecanese Blvd., Tarpon Springs, 34689

    When Greek immigrants first settled in the area, they found the waters off Tarpon Springs to be rich with highly sought-after sponges. Now the area is the focal point of local Greek culture and dining. Walk along colorful Dodecanese Boulevard, winding through the shops that smell of the unique n …

  5. La Casa del Pane

    St. Pete Beach : 7110 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach, 33706

    Coffee, pastries, olives, pizzas.

  6. Castile at Hotel Zamora

    St. Pete Beach : 3701 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach, 33706

    At the Hotel Zamora, a 50-room boutique hotel, with rooftop patio/bar.

  7. Nantucket Bucket

    Safety Harbor : 519 Second St. S, Safety Harbor, 34695

    New England classics like belly clams as well as Florida classics like smoked fish spread. Decor is suitably nautical, with pale Nantucket blue paint throughout and a pet-friendly deck out front. The bar has a devoted clientele with spirited kibitzing among regular customers (some wearing plasti …

  8. German Bistro 2

    Editor's pick

    Largo : 1300 E Bay Drive, Largo, 33771

    Irena Hoxie performed a Teutonic transformation with new sconces, paint in a warm orange-red-cream palette, ficus and trellising greenery, and a soundtrack of oom-pah and Bavarian polka music. For newbies she'll explain what spaetzle is (you have to get it: soft, irregular nubbins of buttery han …

  9. Salt Rock Grill

    Editor's pick

    North Pinellas beaches : 19325 Gulf Blvd., Indian Shores, 33811

    This gorgeously designed collaboration between Frank Chivas and Tom Pritchard is renowned for its straight-ahead grill cookery, fresh seafood, raw bar and deep wine list. The restaurant also has a fantastic patio bar that overlooks the Intercoastal Waterway, and an outrageous early-bird special  …

  10. Seabreeze Island Grill & Raw Bar

    North Pinellas beaches : 17855 Gulf Blvd., Redington Shores, 33708

    With roughly 200 seats and live music most nights, it's a rum runner kind of place. There's nothing cerebral about rum, blackberry brandy, banana liqueur, pineapple, orange and grenadine in a mason jar over lots of ice, but that's just fine. Despite a clear focus on value, the kitchen aims to ta …

  11. Darwin Brewing Company

    Bradenton : 803 17th Ave. W, Bradenton, 34205

    Brewery, bar and beer garden creating Peruvian-inspired brews.Hours: 4-10 p.m. Thur., noon-10 p;m. Fri.-Sat.

  12. Jackie's on Corey Bistro & Catering

    South Pinellas beaches : 338 Corey Ave., St. Pete Beach, 33706

    Chef Jackie likes to please, with a little bit of sweetness and big-hearted portions, but always with an eye to what's healthy. She's big into dishes that go light on carbs and gluten but focus in on gutsy veggies and fresh gulf fish. She respects her classical roots (steak Diane, an escargot na …

  13. A Taste for Wine

    Editor's pick

    Downtown St. Petersburg : 241 Central Ave., St. Petersburg, 33701

    Bern's may have the better wine list, but many of us would rather hang out at A Taste for Wine. The wrought-iron balcony offers a great view of Central Avenue in St. Pete. Inside, there's art on the walls from JJ Watts gallery, and live music on weekends: jazz, folk, flamenco, pop, etc. They als …

  14. Piquant

    MacDill Area : 1633 W Snow Ave., Tampa, 33611

    French pastries and French-inspired salads and sandwiches dominate the chalkboard menu behind the counter. At breakfast, this may mean egg, ham and Gruyere on a croissant or eggs, cheddar and bacon on a baguette, and lunch may be energized by a "power salad" that corrals brown rice and …

  15. Cafe Largo

    Editor's pick

    Largo : 12551 Indian Rocks Road, Largo, 33774

    Cafe Largo, a fixture since 1986, is aging beautifully. And while menu choices aren't vast, each one gets the same careful treatment: An included house salad is napped with a model Dijon vinaigrette, with a handful of house-roasted sweet peppers, a cube of roasted beet in a sweet-tangy Bagnol v …

  16. Columbia Cafe

    Downtown Tampa : 801 Old Water St., Tampa, 33602

    The Tampa Bay History Center has hired the right restaurateur. Richard Gonzmart, great-grandson of Casimiro Hernandez Sr., founder of Columbia Restaurant in Tampa's Historic Ybor City, is passionate about Ybor City, about local food history and about Cuban sandwiches (not necessarily in that ord …

  17. Inkanto

    Sarasota : 4141 S Tamiami Trail, Suite #16, Sarasota, 34231

  18. Cuvee 103 Restaurant and Wine Bar

    Clearwater : 2454 McMullen-Booth Road, #103, Clearwater, 33759

    Hours: 3-10 p.m. Mon., 3-11 p.m. Tues.-Tues.-Wed., 3-midnight Thurs., 4 p.m.-1 a.m. Fri.-Sat., 2-8 p.m. Sun.Read a review here.

  19. Mickey's Cafe and Organics

    Downtown St. Petersburg : 318 Central Ave., St. Petersburg, 33701

    Hours: 7:30 a.m.- 8 p.m. Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sun.Read a review here.

  20. Florida Aquarium

    Editor's pick

    Channelside : 701 Channelside Drive, Tampa, 33602

    The aquarium, located near the Port of Tampa, has more than 20,000 aquatic plants and animals in its various exhibits. Unlike other aquariums that might feature dolphins or other large mammals, the aquarium focuses on telling the story of water in Florida. The exhibits follow a "drop"  …

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