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  1. Bright Ice has started serving small-batch ice cream, dessert bars and coffee in St. Petersburg. [MEAGHAN HABUDA  |  Times]
    Plus, a roundup of some recently announced spots.
  2. Almond date mix [MICHELLE STARK  |  Tampa Bay Times]
    You need something simple and satisfying.
  3. From left: Owners Junbae Lee, Jim Barrie and Brittney Barrie are behind BarrieHaus Beer Co. in Ybor City. [MEAGHAN HABUDA  |  Times]
    Its grand opening is Dec. 14 and 15.
  4. Debbie Bernhard, inset, posted an invitation in the "I Love St. Pete" Facebook group welcoming strangers into her home. [Debbie Bernhard]
    Debbie Bernhard was surprised by the reaction to her Facebook invitation.
  5. Christmas cookie illustration [Illustration by Lisa Merklin]
    Try an internationally inspired cookie plate this holiday season.
  6. The gingerbread latte at Intermezzo Coffee. [MICHELLE STARK  |  Tampa Bay Times]
    From a Thai temple to a French bistro, here are some of our favorite bites this month.
  7. The Tampa Bay Repeal Day Gala will bring its Prohibition-themed bash back to Tampa's Cuban Club on Dec. 7. [Times (2011)]
    The Tampa Bay Repeal Day Gala in Ybor City, Largo’s Death by Chocolate, canning classes at the Fairgrounds, St. Pete’s Plant-Based Popup Dinner and more.
  8. Lingr on 6th St., coming to St. Petersburg in spring 2020, marks the first solo culinary project for local chef and 'Top Chef' alum Jeffrey Jew. [Courtesy of Martin Communications]
    The former Stillwaters Tavern and BellaBrava chef will launch his first solo project in 2020.
  9. Grand Central Brewhouse is bringing a taproom, beer garden and restaurant to St. Petersburg's Grand Central District in summer 2020. [Courtesy of Hype Group]
    The newcomer will open with a taproom, beer garden and restaurant next year.
  10. Garlicky meatballs [MICHELLE STARK  |  Tampa Bay Times]
    It’s a one-pot meal that is ideal for weeknight dinner.
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