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  1. [Francine Orr/Los Angeles Times/TNS]
    We tried some seasonal coffee flavors.
  2. Baba recently opened at 2701 Central Ave. in St. Petersburg. [SCOTT KEELER  |   Times]
    The couple that brought Bodega to Tampa Bay has a new concept. | Restaurant review
  3. Visitors ride the Cheetah Hunt roller coaster at Tampa theme park Busch Gardens, which has put its 2020 Fun Card on sale early. [AP/Busch Gardens]
    Buy your 2020 Busch Gardens or SeaWorld Fun Card and get a few months free, plus more sales for Florida residents.
  4. Chicken cacciatore with a side of rainbow cauliflower at FarmTable Cucina. [MARTHA ASENCIO-RHINE  |  Times]
    Chef James Kirby’s refined Italian dishes lean heavily on vegetables and seafood. | Restaurant review
  5. A sampling of dishes and beers that will be available at Busch Gardens Bier Fest from every weekend through Sept. 8. The four weekend festival features more than 100 beers from 65 different breweries. MONICA HERNDON   |   Times
    Explore craft beer, cider and elevated pub grub in the park.
  6. The Reaper Roll at Snobachi Ice Cream, in Tampa's Ybor City, makes a strong case for being the world's spiciest ice cream. Times writer Daniel Figueroa IV decided to take the challenge on Tuesday, July 2, 2019. Contestants have to finish the whole cup of the ice cream and peppers combination then wait 20 minutes before eating, drinking, or purging. ["TRACEE STOCKWELL   |   TIMES"  |  Tampa Bay Times]
    The ice cream is almost three times as strong as pepper spray. Winners get free ice cream for a year.
  7. 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.
  8. Photo courtesy of Geneva Johnson Wine Knot on Redington Shores features its share of beers as well.
  9. TAILYR IRVINE   |   Times Customers line up at Flock and Stock, a burgers, chicken sandwiches and fries concept from restaurateur Dave Burton, at Sparkman Wharf in Tampa.
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