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  1. Yesterday• Bars & Breweries
    Devon Kreps, owner of 7venth Sun, pictured in August in Dunedin. ALLIE GOULDING  |  Tampa Bay Times
    These three women are part of a growing industry in Tampa Bay.
  2. Some dishes that will be served at Nathan Hardin's pop-up dinner on Sept. 19. Courtesy of Toast on the Town
    Toast on the Town hosts the event in a historic Tampa Heights space.
  3. TeBella Tea Company founder Abigail StClair. Courtesy of TeBella Tea Company
    How the founder of Tampa Bay’s TeBella Tea Company shifted careers into a lifelong passion.
  4. The CDB Pizza sign on the front of the building will be auctioned off when CDB's Pizza closes this week. Courtesy of Harris Auctions, LLC
    There’s enough of the USF hangout going up for auction to open your own pizza joint in your backyard.
  5. St. Petersburg favorite the Getaway has closed its second waterfront location in south St. Pete’s Skyway Marina District. SCOTT KEELER  |  Tampa Bay Times (2018)
    Opened last June, the popular indoor-outdoor hangout offered unobstructed views of Maximo Marina.
  6. The regular Burger King Whopper, right, is paired with the new Impossible Whooper. left, August 13, 2019 in St. Petersburg.
    The fast-food chain rolled out its newest burger last week.
  7. Hot dogs are on the menu at Cass Street Deli. Courtesy of Cass Street Deli.
    From classic yellow mustard franks to inventive vegan dogs, snap into one this summer.
  8. Pizza Hut is relaunching its Original Pan Pizza for the first time since it debuted on menus in 1980. It will include a crispier golden-brown crust and more flavorful blend of cheese and sauce. [PRNewswire]
  9. Fresh stone crab claws are for sale at Frenchy’s Stone Crab Company, Palm Harbor, Monday, December 17, 2018. Prices have increased for the claws this year because of red tide and demand according to General Manager Tommy Shook. SCOTT KEELER  |   Times
  10. On the left, a frosted elfin butterfly stands on a cotton swab, at right, a can of Frosted Elfin New England-Style Session Pale Ale. [Geena Hill via Florida Museum of Natural History and Times staff]
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