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Regional American eatery, sports bar and craft brew mecca, Harbour Island’s 15,000 square foot restobar serves brunch, lunch, dinner and most importantly, brilliant drinks. Happy hours 4-7 pm Mon.-Fri., $5 burgers Monday, Ladies Night Thursday and other deals draw the cool cats and young professionals at the two bars.


Home to the new social bocce ball club in DTSP’s Edge District serves some of the best slow-drip cold brew and matcha lemonade by day, and classic cocktails at night. Try the Italian amaro cocktails or a Don Johnson (cilantro infused rum, coconut water, lime and black pepper) as well as wines and craft beers.


Welcome to the, Visit St. Petersburg/Clearwater’s newest craft beer exploration reward program. Get a passport book and explore for rewards program from Dunedin to Bradenton.

7Venth Sun Brewery: A tiny, dog-friendly brewery with a small tasting room and outdoor patio, known for its small-batch IPA’s, oak-aged sour beer and spirit barrel-aged beers.

Caledonia Brewery: Located in the old Dunedin Printing Company, all styles on tap.

Cueni Brewing Co.: Right on the Pinellas Trail, enjoy English ales and Belgians on a lovely outdoor patio or indoor space.

Dunedin Brewery: Florida’s oldest microbrewery, with food and live music and 15 barrels on tap.

Dunedin House of Beer: The taphouse has expanded to brewing suds with 40 brews on tap.


The Grasshopper is the perfect alternative to green beer or Jameson, and not just for the ladies. Served during NYC’s disco era, drunk by Raj on TV’s hit “The Big Bang Theory” and made famous at LA’s famed Tiki-Ti lounge, this creamy dreamy drink is best flash-blended and served over crushed ice and so very, very green.


• 1 ounce Branca Menta

• 1⁄2 ounce white crème de cacao, preferably Marie Brizard

• 1⁄2 ounce dark crème de cacao, preferably Tempus Fugit

• 1⁄2 ounce Cognac, preferably Pierre Ferrand 1840

• 1 1⁄2 ounces half and half

• 1 dash McCormick Buco Pandan Extract

• 3 to 4 dashes five-spice bitters

• Garnish: mint, grated nutmeg

Directions: Flash blend the first six ingredients in a drink mixer with 8 ounces of crushed ice. Pour into a wine glass over crushed ice. Top with 3 or 4 dashes of bitters. Garnish with mint and grated nutmeg.


Grand Central’s Winesmith showcases boutique wines and their tastings draw an eclectic, spirited crowd. They sell wine by the glass and bottles. 1620 Central Ave, downtown St. Pete

3/16 Bubbly: Enjoy a funky, yeasty Altesse/Molette blend from Seyssel, France, a bright, crisp Spanish Cava, a dry, Cab Francbased Loire Valley Rosé, a crowd- WInesmith pleasing Alsatian brut, a refreshing Italian and a sparkling País from Chile.

3/23 Spain’s Other Varietals: There’s more to Spain than Tempranillo and Grenache; a stewy, meaty Monastrell, a tart, dry Trepat, a Syrah-based Montsant monster, a deliciously dry Viura and a couple refreshing Basque Txakoli.

3/30 Rhone Reds: Côtes du Rhône, a full-bodied Grenache blend, a beautiful Croze-Hermitage, a heady Gigondas and a Saint Joseph Syrah.

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