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Most Anticipated Celebrity

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CONTRIBUTORS

Susan Jeffers Susan Jeffers started her career as a photographer on South Beach over ten years ago testing models from great agencies like Irene Marie, Ford, Michele Pommier and L’egence. She then left for Detroit and Chicago where she gained recognition for her talent in Grand Prix models and Auto show girls. Susan has been photographing Tampa’s greatest talent for nearly eight years. She has gained wide recognition for her beauty and spa photography. She is an expert with light and has a knack for art direction. Her recent endeavors in digital have proved her talents even stronger.

Greg Alexander Greg Alexander is a world citizen who travels the planet to transmute all the quintessence of femininity on glazed paper.  If he nourishes an atavistic passion for Greece, the ground of his ancestors, it’s in Paris that he has found his home port. As a photographer, he continues his dream of perfection because, according to him, “the photograph is a kind of plastic surgery which is able to modulate a face ad infinitum!” His vision of beauty is fragile, transitory, a little kitsch and inevitably fatal.

Mark NeJame Mark NeJame is a renowned trial attorney who has been involved in some of the areas and country’s highest profile cases. He is routinely sought by the media as a legal commentator and is currently a Legal Analyst for CNN. He is the Founder and Senior Partner of the Law Firm of NeJame, LaFay, Jancha, Ahmed, Barker, Joshi & Moreno, P.A. a/k/a NeJame Law. NeJame Law has 15 attorneys and 4 divisions: Personal Injury, Criminal, Immigration and Business/Commercial Litigation. Mr. NeJame is a regular contributor to Orlando Style Magazine. Mr. NeJame can be reached at 407-245-1232 and www.nejamelaw.com.

Ro Martinez Ro Martinez, author, model and modeling coach, has been in the business for 25 years. Her multimedia exposure includes TV, film, and commercials. She has appeared in catalogs, newspapers and on magazine covers. Ro holds modeling and acting workshops focusing on people of all ages, sizes and ethnic groups, and guides them toward successfully entering the exciting and glamorous field of modeling. Her book, Modeling at Any Age is a step-by-step, comprehensive, easy-to-read guide for modeling and how to flourish in the industry. For information email Ro at romartinezmodel@hotmail.com - Photo by Angela Mann Photography.

Travis Joiner Travis Joiner has been a staple in the wine and cocktail scene for years. His background has taken him through many mixology and cocktail contests as well as becoming a sommelier. He is always willing to give his opinion in a very tongue and cheek and hilarious way. Travis has a degree in creating new and classic cocktails and always ready to test the next great thing. Most importantly he is our Barfly.

Jennifer Marcus A Florida native, Jennifer was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She attended Florida State University for undergraduate and graduate school and received her BA in Public Relations and Journalism and Master’s in Sports Administration. When Jennifer is not writing, she is training as a competitive baton twirler. She is a world champion and travels across the world performing and teaching clinics.You can check out more at www.jenmarcus.com.

Riesa Pascal Riesa was born in London, England and now resides in Florida where she graduated from Florida State University with a double major in creative writing and communication.While enrolled in university, Riesa discovered her passion for broadcast journalism through several TV hosting opportunities including reporting on FSU athletics and airing across the state of Florida on the SunSports Channel. Riesa currently travels around the country with Convention News Television as a reporter, producer and editor. In her spare time she enjoys volunteering, reading, writing, and quality time with friends.You can learn more about Riesa at www.riesapascal.com

Alyssa Thomann Alyssa Thomann is a 2012 graduate from the University of Central Florida with a BA in Advertising and Public Relations and a minor in Sociology. Originally from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, it is no surprise that she loves spending her days at the beach or out boating with family and friends. Alyssa enjoys fashion, writing, music and anything sweet! She has a passion for traveling and hopes to see the world one day. When not working, she loves to spend time planning her next big adventure or relaxing in her cozy home in downtown Orlando.

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It’s a sizzling celebration of the great American symphonic pops tradition with everyone’s favorites…from Ravel’s Bolero and Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture to high-energy waltzes, polkas, marches and more…all showcasing your Florida Orchestra musicians. Steven Reineke conducts.

Principal Flute Clay Ellerbroek brings to life the wonderfully joyous, playful and tuneful melodies of Liebermann’s Concerto for Flute and Orchestra on this concert with Mendelssohn’s The Hebrides (Fingal’s Cave) and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7. Tito Muñoz conducts. In Honor of Ambassador

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Saluting the raw energy, edgy lyrics and often wild stage presence of this ground-breaking iconic group, vocalist Randy Jackson joins The Florida Orchestra in this sizzling tribute concert featuring 21 hits by The Doors, including Touch Me, Riders on the Storm, Roadhouse Blues and Light My Fire. Brent Havens conducts.

The concert opens with Messiaen’s symphonic meditation Le offrandes oubliées (The Forgotten Offerings)…followed by the raw energy and breath-taking beauty of nature with the surging seas of sound in Debussy’s La Mer. The evening concludes with the pagan-intoned orchestral power of Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring. Tito Muñoz conducts.

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CELEBRITY SOUP

Most Anticipated Celebrity Weddings of 2013! By Alyssa Thomann

> Spring is a time of rebirth and new life- the world’s way of giving itself a fresh start. Thanks to Mother Nature, as we feel the earth starting anew, we join in as we start our new adventures and endeavors. It is no wonder why spring is the season for marriage. Marriage is a new beginning for two people so why not celebrate that time of your life while the Earth itself is starting its own new beginning. The year of 2013 is a year filled with some of the most anticipated celebrity weddings with some of our most beloved celebrity couples. We have all been waiting for the day Hollywood’s darling, Jennifer Aniston ties the knot. Again. Her first marriage to Brad Pitt for five years was not her fairytale ending. Brad and Jennifer seemed to be

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the perfect Hollywood couple but five years after their marriage and after seven years together, they publicly separated before Jennifer filed for divorce. We’re counting on new fiancée, Justin Theroux, to be her knight in shining armor and give Jennifer the happy-ever-after she most certainly deserves. As one of the most sweetest, funniest, and beautiful women of Hollywood, it is no wonder why Justin is so infatuated with Jen. He has even written a song for her for their wedding day making this even more of a spectacle to look forward to this year. So cross your fingers! Beautiful Keira Knightley and co-vocalist and keyboardist of the Klaxons, James Righton, are engaged to be married after their 15 month


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long relationship. 27-year-old Keira and 28-year-old James were introduced by fellow British star, Alexa Chung. It seems she made the right choice as these two have been spotted on the streets of New York with “eyes for no one but each other.” The two lovebirds are so smitten, Keira has been hinting at a possible career change in her future. She explains she loves her job and realizes how lucky she is to have it, but also admits she would love a career that would allow her more time at home with her husband-to-be. This is one wedding to look forward to this year because the sooner the marriage the sooner the children. And we all know these two will have one heck of a beautiful baby! Avril Lavigne and fiance, Chad Kroeger, singer of Nickelback, have been together since February 2012. After secretly dating for six months, Kroeger popped the question and the two cannot stay away from each other

as Avril has clearly proven during Nickelback’s recent tour to Australia. Lavigne could not bear to be parted from her beau so she tagged along to support him and the band putting the wedding planning on hold. However, Avril is no rookie when it comes to wedding planning. She was formerly married to Sum 41 front man, Deryck Whibley, so she is quite the professional when it comes to planning a rock and roll wedding day. Kroeger admits that the bride-tobe will be taking the bull by the horns and calling the shots in regards to the wedding. Chad explains that she has great ideas and the world should be prepared for the most unique wedding this planet has ever seen. Parents-to-be, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, may have a bit more of a unique wedding plan than most. I mean, she is still technically married to Kris Humphries. Marriage IS in the cards for the loving new couple, just not necessarily right away. They

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both admit they are in no rush, their baby is the most important thing to worry about right now. Kim explains that she knows that her man is The One, but she does not need a ring on her finger to prove that to the world. Maybe I am jumping the gun here, this is no wedding to anticipate happening anytime soon or even this year, for that matter. All I know is, it is one to look forward to in the (hopefully) near future! <

“Be prepared for the most unique wedding this planet has ever seen.”

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Heel Hop > Ladies, we all know it can be hard to walk in heels, but to dance in heels, well, that’s another story. But thanks to Kamliah, also known as the “Queen of Heels,” walking and dancing in them can be done easily and with fun with her dance class, Heel Hop. Heel Hop isn’t your average dance class because unlike the others, you wear heels in this one! Heels are an essential part of a woman’s look. Whether you are going out on a date, out with the girls or headed to work, heels can complete your outfit and make you feel confident and sexy. Heel Hop is perfect for the hardworking woman who doesn’t have time to go out dancing with her girlfriends or for the woman who needs that boost of confidence when walking in heels. “When you go out, you want to speak and heels are our voice. They are a part of us, and they will always be. And I know heels bring a higher volume and mood level and personal love connection with one’s self,” Kamilah said. “This is a plan for all women. Whether you are going to a meeting, whether you’re going to a dinner date, it’s a time to express yourself.”

“Heel Hop is perfect for the hardworking woman who doesn’t have time to go out dancing with her girlfriends or for the woman who needs that boost of confidence when walking in heels.”

and sexy after. It makes me connect more with myself. I just really enjoy it. She has a lot of energy. She has a lot of positive energy.”

isn’t very coordinated but says the Heel Hop moves are easy to follow and very enjoyable. She recalls a class that really stuck out to her.

Model-Actress Patricia Kara, who was in popular television shows “Passions” and “Deal or No Deal,” also loves taking Kamilah’s classes because of the positivity.

“She did one class that was all a tribute to Tina Turner and just seeing her like she was possessed by Tina Turner, just the energy she carried, it was just something magical about that moment and seeing how much she enjoyed it,” Funk said.

“She helps you build that confidence, and she always has something positive to say. When you’re working out and you hear that, it just blows your head up,” Kara said. One thing Funk and Kara noted is how sexy they feel while doing Heel Hop. Everyone knows when you are working out, you feel hot, sweaty and red, so “sexy” isn’t the word that comes to mind. But in Kamilah’s class, you feel hot, sexy and ready for a night out in your pumps. “It brings your sexy back,” Kara said. “I have to say it that way. I know it’s cliché, but it really does because when you go for a work out, that’s the last thing that’s on your mind.”

Kamilah has years and years of experience in various types of dance. She has been the lead dancer in music videos for such hiphop stars as 50 Cent and R. Kelly. She was also a finalist on the FOX TV show, “So You Think You Can Dance.” So it’s safe to say, if you need a dance instructor, you’re in good hands.

Heel Hop was designed not only to teach you how to dance in heels, but it is also the average work out to burn calories and stay fit. According to Kamilah, most women don’t know how to activate the muscles in heels in order to walk lightly and safely. With so much training under her belt, Kamilah knows exactly what to target, and with this work out, your whole body feels it and will be better for it.

Kamilah displays her positive energy in her classes to get the women motivated. Her fans love it and say they feel the self-love when they are in her classes. Heather Funk, who owns Beauty Call L.A., says because Kamilah is a great person to be around, she loves taking the classes.

“Every muscle in your body is working to keep your body upright,” Kamilah said. “And when you’re training and you’re in tennis shoes, your feet are flat. Your muscles don’t necessarily contract and pull your body upright to improve your posture ...Your body’s operation will act like a dancer.”

“I don’t get to go out dancing with my girlfriends as often as I’d like to, and it’s really helped me learn how to properly walk in high heels,” Funk said. “I feel empowered

It might sound like a lot of work, but for Funk it’s not as tough as it seems. Funk has been taking Kamilah’s class for six months. She describes herself as somebody who

Kamilah remembers her first pair of heels, which were worn to her talent show when she performed “You Better Be Good to Me” by Turner. Kamilah, age 7 at the time, rocked her red-sequined heels embellished with a bow on top. From then on, she grew to be a professional dancer. “I’ve dedicated my life to women’s health,” she said. “And I think this is the best time for women because there are so many fitness outlets and meal plans. With fashion leading women day by day, when you’re going out for a job or you’re going out with the girls, heels are our sort of exclamation point ... I just committed myself to making women feel Heelicious!” The idea of Heel Hop transpired when Kamilah was just a child. “I just had an affinity for heels,” Kamilah said. “My mom just looked so elegant in them. I’d steal her shoes and go downstairs and practice in them ... I let the heels be my guide, and it’s been such a wonderful thing where an obsession became a profession.” So, push aside those tennis shoes, file away your flats, and strap on your sexy shoes! You’ll never have to worry about walking in heels again after you take Kamilah’s class. You can also order the DVD from her website, www.heelhop.com, if you’re on a tight schedule but still want to feel Heelicious! As always, before starting any fitness program please consult with your doctor.<

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Discover Your Happily Ever After at Kimpton’s Vero Beach Hotel & Spa

> A bride’s big day is one of the most important moments of her life and every couple wants that day to feel perfect and be forever memorable. In recent years couples have achieved this by turning away from traditional chapel weddings and embracing some that are more unique instead. Many have found that unique, perfect wedding at one very special destination. The Vero Beach Hotel and Spa, a Kimpton Hotel, is located along the white, sugar soft sands of Vero Beach, just a two-hour drive from Orlando. Here, creating your fairytale wedding is as easy as saying “I do.” Their onproperty wedding planner, Nikki Estes, will take all wedding worries off your shoulders and allow you to sit back, relax and have a beautiful, unforgettable wedding that won’t cost you a single gray hair. Estes has been working at the Vero Beach Hotel & Spa for 6 years and doing weddings for 4. She has personally planned over 300 weddings at the hotel and looks forward to many more.

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“It’s so much fun. You get to meet so many different, interesting people and make new relationships. I still have brides who talk to me and email me from two years ago. I get to use my imagination and my creativity. It’s so amazing to see people’s days and dreams come to life. I’ve been doing it for so many years and I still tear up or cry every time there’s a ceremony. It’s about seeing the differences in people who are really in love and being a part of their day and just making it amazing for them.” (Estes) With Estes as your wedding planner and Kimpton’s Vero Beach Hotel & Spa as your location, you and your wedding will be in perfect hands. Your venue concerns will be put to ease with the AAA Four Diamond award-winning hotel. Spacious indoor and outdoor venues overlook a panoramic view of the ocean that will provide every couple with a beautiful backdrop and unforgettable photo ops on their special day. They have a handle on much more than just your venue

concerns though. When it comes to making the dining decisions for your wedding, any couple will be at a lost for choices here. The sophisticated Cobalt Restaurant by Kimpton is located on property and offers a variety of personalized catering packages that will satisfy any appetite. Their lead chef, Michael Van Buskirk, has been working at Cobalt for 4+ years and passionately told us about their commitment to quality. “We’re one of the only places that do a lot of really sustainable food and stand behind our local farmers. We pride ourselves on a very straightforward approach on cooking. When you see what’s on your plate, you should be able to identity what those flavors are. I want the impact to be, ‘Wow, that’s a really fresh piece of fish’ or ‘Wow, I can really tell that vegetable is organic.’ We don’t want to just hand you something and say ‘Here, eat.’ We want it to be something special and for you to know that a lot of care was put into it.” (Van Buskirk)


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The customer service at both Cobalt and the hotel’s other on-property restaurant, Heaton’s Bar & Grill, is outstanding. Skillful cooking, creative dishes and an impressive wine list will please everyone who’s come to be apart of your big day. You’ll have a blast choosing between all the options for special ceremonies, receptions, your rehearsal dinner or brunches with your wedding party. Kimpton is driven on making great guest experiences, making lasting impacts and creating unforgettable memories. “We can be flexible and creative with the menus, we can customize anything and our staff is honestly amazing. They’re fun, they’re friendly, they’re not stuck up. We’re a four diamond resort that you can feel at home with.” (Estes) But of course there’s much more that goes into your wedding then just the venue and catering. A bride, her groom and their wedding party need to look good for those perfect oceanfront photos. Fortunately the hotel’s White Orchid Spa has got you and your guest covered. At this full service spa located on property, a team of specialist will tend to your every beauty and relaxation need. From massages and skin care to hair and makeup, you and your wedding guest will leave White Orchid feeling incredibly refreshed and rejuvenated. Bridal packages for White Orchid can even help to keep the celebration going long after the ceremony has ended. From the valet attendant who opens the door when you arrive to the front desk clerk who checks you out and wishes you a wonderful day. Everybody you encounter at Vero Beach Hotel & Spa will show you true, genuine care. This type of hospitality is lost at too many other hotels and resorts. Just some of the many amenities at the Vero Beach Hotel & Spa include a hosted evening wine hour, a heated oceanfront pool, a private beach, a fitness center and much more. Between the hotel and the many Vero Beach attractions, you won’t have time to be bored. They have a variety of comfortable, spacious designer guest rooms perfect for every wedding guest and sophisticated suites for a soon-to-be-bride or a secluded destination honeymoon. Planning a wedding is an incredible, special experience. It shouldn’t happen just anywhere or be left in just anyone’s hand. If you’re looking for that unique, trusted, un-

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forgettable wedding venue then consider Vero Beach Hotel & Spa.With Estes by your side, it’ll be an event to remember not just as the day you said “I do” but as the day when all your wedding dreams came true. “I find it honestly rewarding,” says Estes, “to be able to see people and make their day. They’ll be in tears saying, ‘Thank you so much! The day was perfect. It’s all I ever wanted and you made it happen and it couldn’t have happened without you.’ It’s just so rewarding to know that I did that for someone. I couldn’t come to work everyday and do the same thing. When there are weddings, it’s always something new and it’s never boring.” If you have any remaining doubts as to why the Vero Beach Hotel & Spa and Cobalt Restaurant, a Kimpton Hotel and Restaurant, could be a picturesque location for your future wedding, check out a few excerpts from actual ‘thank you’ cards to Nikki Estes: Dear Nikki – Thank you so much for everything you have done! You are truly amazing – I’m so happy we found you and Vero Beach Hotel and Spa! We love you! The wedding was everything we dreamed it would be! Xoxo Nikki, words could not express how truly grateful we are to you. You made our wedding perfect, and it fit who we are. Thank you for all of your help over the last almost year, and for always being so quick to respond to our million questions. This wedding without a doubt couldn’t have happened without your help. We will never forget all that you’ve done for us.Thanks again! Thank you for all of your wonderful help in making our wedding day such a wonderful success! From the very beginning you offered up suggestions, helped me coordinate vendors and provided the invaluable service of executing our wedding day in an organized & stress free manner!

“Creating your fairytale wedding is as easy as saying: I do.”

Discover your ‘Happily Ever After’ at Kimpton’s Vero Beach Hotel & Spa! < 3500 Ocean Drive Vero Beach, FL 32963 1-866-602-VERO www.VeroBeachHotelAndSpa.com 772-774-4960 Direct Nikki.Estes@VeroBeachHotelandSpa.com

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Stress Free Wedding Planning By Ro Martinez Read More at StyleToMe.com

Photos by: Angela Man Photography, 727-518-4977 Hair and makeup by: Monique McLaughlin and Cynthia Cervantes, www.makeupandhairbymonique.com Bridal dresses provided by: Jessica Rios, www.allbrides2be.com Photographed at The Lowes Don CeSar Hotel: www.lowesdoncesar.com

> Fairy-tale weddings are my favorite type of wedding. What little girl does not dream of being a princess wearing a beautiful long flowing dress, hair in curls and a sparkling tiara? Brides come in all ages and sizes. Their styles vary from the traditional large event with all the bells and whistles to a very intimate casual barefoot beach wedding. One thing is certain — she will be the center of attention. While the groom may be called upon to assist his fiancée, much of the responsibility falls upon the bride. The day must be perfect. Although the ceremony and reception only last a few hours, the memories will last a lifetime. A smart bride will enlist the help of family, friends, and professionals to create this unforgettable event. HAIR AND MAKEUP Hair and makeup should out last you and should require minimal care throughout the event. With so many options, it can be overwhelming. Hair extensions, color, curls, waves, and straight how does one choose? Find a makeup artist and hairdresser who is willing to practice prior to your big day

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to help you decide, and choose a style that suits your face and hair type. At times, the same person doing your makeup can also provide hairstyling services. Bring photos from magazines or styles found on-line to show them. Once you have been styled, test your look. Go dancing, or spend time at the beach if the wedding is outdoors. If at the end of the trial run you still look “fresh,” you know you have a lasting style that works. Our own makeup artist and hairdresser Monique McLaughlin shared, “Camera-ready makeup and hair are essential for one of the biggest days in your life. Brides spend a lot of money on the details, but to me, what could be more important than your face for pictures that last a lifetime?” DRESS Style and comfort should go hand in hand. Gone are the days where the dresses were so fitted you could not sit or walk fast. Style came first, and comfort never arrived.Today, your dress should fit comfortably so you can dance the night away or simply look stunning in your photos. Today’s casual style allows you to wear your wedding dress for the entire ceremony and reception without having to change unless that is your desire. Choose from a variety of lengths in shades of white, cream or champagne. Other options are strapless, sleeveless or long sleeves. A professional can take the confusion out of shopping for just the right piece that may become an heirloom to be passed

on to your daughter one day. “Dress selection for a bride is vital. It should be a perfect blend of the bride’s personality, venue location/theme and body type. All of these factors should come together to make the perfect dress for each individual bride,” advises Jessica Rios, designer who provided the beautiful dresses for our shoot. While there are many other details to attend to such as music, venue, food, and accommodating out-of-town guests, know that you have professionals who can help make your planning less stressful. Professionals such as Jim Caul, Director of Sales & Marketing with Loews Don CeSar Hotel, and his staff can help you every step of the way to ensure you have a beautiful experience. “At the Loews Don CeSar, we want to make your celebration an unforgettable occasion. Our expert planners will help make your dream come true, lending their knowledge and experience in planning for your special day. Whether you are planning an elaborate Champagne brunch, luncheon buffet or a formal four-course dinner, our award-winning chefs will deliver a dining experience you and your guests will savor for years to come.” Make your wedding planning easier by accepting a little help from friends, family members, and professionals. When you allow others to help with the fine details, you have more time to focus on what’s important to you on that special day. <


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In Case You Missed It Style Events, News & Gossip from Around the City By Kelly Casas Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> April was a perfect time to be in Tampa with multiple events that brought out the crowds for a variety of collections and events that reflected the culture of this great city. Kicking things off with a modern twist was BoConcept Urban Danish Design’s new Smartville Collection, which began its debut in the Tampa Bay Showroom on April 1st. For all the urban life lovers out there, this was not an event you wanted to miss! The unique collection proved all of the things a furniture manufacture and a carmaker have in common. Both the Smart car creators and BoConcept have dedicated their time to the modern way of life and the constantly changing world we live in. Together they found an intelligent way to provide technology and solutions that never stray from style. Everyone who attended the collection viewing benefited from professional advice offered by the dedicated and ultra creative team of consultants that were on hand. Continuing on with the modern theme of the month, April marked the 10th annual Festivals of Speed St. Petersburg, which has become an automotive event like no other! The event took place over three exciting days from Friday, April 5th to Sunday, April 7th at Tampa International Airport, and the

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beautiful Renaissance Vinoy Park set on Downtown St. Petersburg’s sparkling waterfront. Throughout the weekend, Festivals of Speed guests enjoy viewing fine cars, dining out, fine wines and cocktails and unique consumer experiences.The Luxury Lifestyle Jet Port Reception is Festivals of Speed premier evening reception where guests experience a fabulous display of vintage & contemporary aircraft, the world’s most exotic cars, custom created motorcycles, high performance boats and the finest luxury lifestyle product displays. Attendees also enjoyed refreshing cocktails of premium brands, devoured mouth watering themed foods all while walking around the most impressive collection of vehicles. Entertainment was also in full swing as a high-energy jazz orchestra performed featuring the best of the best in the music industry that got all guests, including me, on their feet to feel the music. As if that wasn’t enough, a silent auction was also held at the Festivals of Speed that benefited the Pediatric Cancer foundation, which added the perfect touch to an amazing event. From vintage one of a kind motor vehicles to the main reason why we love Tampa - the amazing spring weather! Outdoor loung-

ing and enjoying the cool breeze was the perfect way to spend the night during the month of April and reminded event goers like myself how much a ‘night out’ is always a good choice. The 4th annual Chillounge Night in Tampa was held at Curtis Hixon Park and brought out all the “cool” outdoor furniture for guests to relax in, and benefit the Friends of Tampa Recreation, Inc. Under the star filled sky we got to indulge in this unique event where live music, parades, and culinary excellence surrounded us. The Gold and Diamond source ended the night with a bang by presenting a beautiful showcase of fireworks that lit up the whole night sky, giving us yet another reason to love the outdoors! < Know of a Not-To-Be Missed Event? Do Tell!

“Outdoor lounging and enjoying the cool breeze was the perfect way to spend the night during the month of April and reminded event goers like myself how much a ‘night out’ is always a good choice.”


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Love & the Law: The Realities of Prenuptial Agreements

By Mark NeJame Contributor Vanessa Braeley, Associate Attorney with NeJame Law Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> It’s an all-too familiar story: It’s a week before the wedding. You’ve been dreaming about this day for years and are overwhelmed with the last minute details, when your soon-to-be spouse presents you with a document entitled “Prenuptial Agreement.” Do you sign?

financial disclosure must be made to each party. This can be tricky, for if the prenuptial agreement has a blanket statement that such a disclosure has been made, the court will presume this to be true and a party will have a higher burden of proof to meet if they wish to show misrepresentation.

The short answer is: “Not without consulting a lawyer.”

A recent landmark decision in the New York case Cioffi-Petrakis v. Petrakis, 2013 NY Slip Op 01057 (2012) may very well change the way the courts construe premarital agreements. In Cioffi-Petrakis, the court set aside the premarital agreement and awarded Ms. Cioffi-Petrakis her share of the marital estate as determined by New York statutory law. The court held that Mr. Petrakis induced Ms. Cioffi-Petrakis into signing the agreement four days before the wedding by incentivizing her with promises he never intended to keep. While this may seem promising for those who feel the agreements can be one-sided or unconscionable, the case has yet to effect how Florida courts apply the law. Currently, Florida continues to uphold most premarital agreements in the absence of fraud, duress or undue influence (all of which are difficult to prove).

While one may initially be offended or wonder if their significant other is in it for the long haul, it is important to remain levelheaded and objective when addressing this situation. A marriage is not just a legal union of two persons, but also of their assets and liabilities. Unromantic as it may be, the bond is similar to that of a business partnership, and developing an exit strategy in the event of a divorce can be a smart way to protect your assets and prevent avoidable, emotionally draining (and expensive) litigation. Currently, Florida evaluates prenuptial agreements under contract law principals. This means that parties are generally free to decide their own interests through contractual arrangements and will be held to the terms, whether or not the party understands every term at the time of signing. Additionally, the prenuptial agreement must be subjectively reasonable to each party. This takes into consideration what is reasonable for the parties in the circumstances that exist at the time of signing. Lastly, a full and fair

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Memorialize your discussions in writing and be as detailed as possible.

• It may be uncomfortable, but develop an exit

strategy together if possible. This will increase the chance both parties will adhere to the contract in the event of a divorce since each person had an active role in drafting the terms.

• Address the issue of a prenuptial agreement

well in advance of the wedding! This will give the spouses-to-be a chance to review the document with their respective attorney (each person should have their own counsel). Rushed agreements right before a marriage can suck the joy out of your special event.

• Amend the prenuptial agreement to fit the

present circumstances of the marriage. Families change. Children are born, properties are bought and sold and jobs are lost and gained. The agreement should be relevant. So consult with a lawyer. Approach the situation from a business perspective. Prenuptial agreements can save a lot of stress, time and money in divorce litigation should that unfortunate day ever come. <

Here are a few smart tips to consider before saying “I do”:

• Have a serious discussion about the scope of your assets and liabilities. Regard this to be a normal part of the wedding-planning process.

Mark NeJame


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2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith Elegant fastback design hints at dynamic prowess of the most powerful Rolls-Royce ever: 624 bhp/465 kW, 800 Nm from 1,500 rpm : 0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds

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sion. A technology that uses GPS mapping data to ensure the correct gear is always pre-selected for the road terrain ahead Voice activated connectivity augments effortlessness – the ‘onboard valet’

ers today as they were more than a century ago.”- commented Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. In profile, Wraith’s sweeping fastback design gives the car its unique character. Bold lines, tension in the panels and a raked rear screen evoke the image of a world class athlete poised in the starting blocks. Further expression of dynamic intent can be seen in Wraith’s deeply recessed grille, wide rear track and dramatic two-tone presentation.

> Rolls-Royce Motor Cars proudly presents the world debut of Wraith, the most powerful and dynamic Rolls-Royce in history. At its heart lie hallmark Rolls-Royce attributes of luxury, refinement and hand-craftsmanship, but the new model from the world’s pinnacle super-luxury marque also presents a unique character defined by power, style and drama. With just a hint of the noir.

Coach doors open to reveal a sumptuous interior complete with softest Phantomgrade leathers and expanses of wood called Canadel Panelling. Named after the famous cove in the South of France where Sir Henry Royce and his design and engineering teams spent their winters, this contemporary and tactile finish sweeps through the interior, cosseting four occupants in a space bathed in light and warmth.

“The most powerful Rolls-Royce in history, Wraith promises the sense of adventure and speed that drove our founding forefather. But of course,Wraith’s starting point is luxury, refinement and quality, traits that remain as important to Rolls-Royce custom-

The interior ambiance is complemented by Starlight Headliner, a Bespoke feature available beyond Phantom family cars for the first time. 1,340 fibre optic lamps are hand-woven into the roof lining to give the impression of a glittering, starry night sky.

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Performance delivers on the promise of Wraith’s styling. Power delivery is effortless, but dramatic, thanks to a V12 engine married to 8-speed automatic ZF transmission. 624 bhp / 465kW is available to the driver while the 0-60 mph sprint is achieved in 4.4 seconds, compared with 563 bhp / 420kW and 0-60 in 4.7 seconds for Ghost. From 1,500 rpm 800 Nm of torque is available (780 Nm for Ghost), while a wide rear track, shorter wheelbase and lower roof height further contribute to the most powerful, involving driving experience of any Rolls-Royce in history. The car’s suspension has also been tuned to minimise body roll and discreetly amplify feedback when cornering; while steering weight is heavier at high speeds and lighter at low speeds adding to the spirited drive. However, Wraith is no GT bruiser. Agility improvements have been achieved with absolutely no compromise to the sensation of riding on a bed of air. Furthermore, the debut of Satellite Aided Transmission (SAT) technology takes the powertrain to a new level of effortless delivery, one that perfectly suits the Rolls-Royce brand. <

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Adam Levine Uncovering the King of Celebrity News By Riesa Pascal Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Women all over the world have fallen for his undeniably rugged good looks.The band he fronts has just released their fourth US Billboard charting studio album. He’s an acclaimed singer-songwriter and millions tune in to watch him coach hopeful stars on the hit NBC reality competition show, The Voice. Of course I’m talking about none other than the tattoo clad lead singer of Maroon 5, Adam Levine. Levine is all over entertainment media right now as his band’s latest singles from Overexposed dominate airtime for countless radio stations. Levine has become an icon for pop-rock music and shows positive signs of continuing to ride that fame onwards.The all-American singer songwriter got his start in 1995 when he formed and fronted the garage band Kara’s Flowers.The band had very little commercial success and eventually broke up which left Levine to explore other endeavors. The winds of fate blew him and a fellow ex-band member to New York where they soon came to the decision to reform Kara’s Flowers. The old band members regrouped and added a fifth member who would complete the beloved band that would come to be known as Maroon 5. Maroon 5’s first studio album was titled Songs About Jane and somewhere around the world, Jane -- Levine’s ex-girlfriend and the inspiration for many of those tracks -- is most likely in a world of regret. To say this album was a huge hit is an understatement. Songs About Jane is what made Maroon 5 and Adam Levine a household name, something that is truly incredible to achieve on a debut record. From the rhythmic beats of “Harder To Breath” to the touching lyrics of “She Will Be Loved.” Songs About Jane was a masterpiece and showcased the incredible songwriting talent of Levine. The album eventually reached top 10 on the US Billboard 200 chart and became multi-platinum certified in multiple countries. Since Songs About Jane, Maroon 5 has come out with three other successful studio albums and Levine has shown that he has much more to give back to his

Get ready to fill those MP3 Players. Check out this list of albums to watch out for this month.

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30 Seconds to Mars Ablum: Love Lust Faith + Dreams

Daft Punk Album: Random Access Memories

Goo Goo Dolls Album: Magnetic

Lady Antebellum Album: Golden

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fans then just hit songs and good looks. Levine has taken his vocal talents to a whole new level by becoming a celebrity judge and coach for vocalists on The Voice. If there is any doubt as to Levine’s genuine talent as a musician, be sure to take note of the fact that the winner of the hit show’s very first season was strictly coached by Levine himself. Levine has much more under his career belt then just music though. Last year Levine made his acting debut in the American FX horror television series, American Horror Story: Asylum. Levine took on the recurring role of Leo Morrison in the show’s second season. Since then, he has taken occasional TV acting all the way to the big screen. Cast as a lead role in the upcoming film Can a Song Save Your Life? Many fans can’t wait to see Levine in his first major role on a feature film! He’s proved himself talented in a variety of different areas and is constantly trying his hand at new things. He’s launched his own self-titled fragrance, collaborated with First Act Music to create a new designer line of musical equipment, has a collection of apparel and accessories with Kmart and ShopYourWay.com, is a spokesperson for Proactive and owns the record label “222 Records” which manages several artists including Glee’s Matthew Morrison. Needless to say, Levine is quite the busy entrepreneur. The fact that he manages to fit all this in while touring Overexposed, which peaked at #2 on the US Billboard 100, is incredible. The month of May will provide a much needed tour break for Maroon 5 before they take Overexposed to several venues in Europe. Then the band will come back to the states and kick August off with the start of the Honda Civic Tour.Venues for the tour have been rapidly selling tickets ever since Maroon 5 was announced as the headlining act. The band will be on the tour with Kelly Clarkson, Rozzi Crane and several other supporting acts until early October. A schedule as busy as Levine’s could prove stressful to anyone, but he has developed an interesting way to cope and keep his mental state as healthy as possible. Levine is a vocal, passionate supporter of yoga. He has said that yoga has given him the ability to be more focused and make better decisions that come from a clear place. Whether it’s yoga or some other secret tool he isn’t sharing, Levine will have to keep at it because he’s a rising star with big dreams and goals who doesn’t show signs of stopping or slowing down. For more information on the upcoming Honda Civic tour featuring Maroon 5, be sure to check out civictour.honda.com <

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May Is Skin Cancer Awareness Month: Myths & Facts About Skin Cancer MYTH 1: 80% of a person’s lifetime sun exposure is acquired by the age of 18. FACT: It is estimated that only 23% of lifetime exposure occurs by the age of 18.You can, and should, help prevent sun damage at every age by using a broad-spectrum sun protection daily and avoiding the sun from 10a-2p. MYTH 2: Tanning at a salon is safer than tanning outdoors. Dr. Palceski looks forward to hearing from you and will be accepting questions at drp@reflectionsdermatology.com or call 407-895-8818 Dr. Palceski is a Board Certified Dermatologist and Dermatologic Surgeon and is the founder of Reflections Dermatology & Center for Skin Care In Baldwin Park. For more information on Dr. Palceski or his practice, please visit www.reflectionsdermatology.com

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FACT: When compared to people who have never tanned indoors, indoor tanners have a higher risk of all forms of skin cancer. Indoor tanning provides approximately 12 times more ultraviolet A (UVA) exposure than natural sunlight and increases one’s risk of developing melanoma by 75%. MYTH 3: The sun is the best way to get vitamin D. FACT: Our bodies can produce some vitamin D following exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation. However, after approximately 5 minutes, vitamin D production reaches

its maximum. Further UV exposure will actually breakdown vitamin D. MYTH 4: You can’t get sunburned on a cloudy day. FACT: Just because you can’t see your shadow doesn’t mean you’re safe from the sun’s damaging rays. Believe it or not, up to 80% of the sun’s UV rays penetrate through clouds. MYTH 5: A “base tan” protects your skin from sunburn. FACT: There is no such thing as a safe or protective tan. In fact, any tan at all is a sign of skin damage. Skin tans in response to UV damage to the skin’s DNA; a tan is the skin’s attempt to repair sun damage and prevent further injury. But these imperfect repairs can cause gene defects that can lead to skin cancer. MYTH 6: People of color don’t get skin cancer. FACT: People of color are less likely to develop skin cancer than Caucasians, but they have a higher risk

of dying from it. A very dangerous and fast-spreading skin cancer known as acral lentiginous melanoma is more common among darker-skinned people and may appear as a suspicious growth in the mucous membranes, under the nails, or on the palms of the hands or soles of the feet. Whatever your skin color, protect yourself, perform regular skin self-exams, and obtain a professional full-body skin exam every year. MYTH 7: Windows protect us from the sun’s ultraviolet rays. FACT: While glass does block most UVB rays, UVA radiation can get through. Which means that even if you’re indoors or in a car with the window up, you can get sunburned. Special films for windows are available to provide an added layer of protection against UVA exposure.


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“You are Now Legally Married” By Jake White Executive Vice President & General Manager SPCA of Central Florida Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> As you prepare for your blessed day, you are most likely learning about all the legal “do’s and don’ts” of forming a union. Governmental forms, selecting tax statuses, how to legally merger from two insurance company policies into one, or maybe even a pre-nuptial agreement. It seems that simply knowing the legalities of marriage is only half the issue. The other half is understanding why do we even have some of these laws.

But don’t worry; there are stranger laws out there… • In Michigan, you cannot chain your alligator to a fire hydrant. • In Oklahoma, violators can be jailed for making ugly faces at a dog. • In Alaska, you can’t look at a moose from an airplane. • In Cleveland, Ohio, it’s illegal to catch mice without a hunting license. • In Marshalltown, Iowa, horses are forbidden to eat fire hydrants.

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Believe it or not, these are real laws. Although you might think that they are silly, they do serve a purpose. I guess… because horses eat too many fire hydrants.

entering. We prefer to educate our neighbors. We assist the individuals by helping them find solutions to their violation so we can keep the “whole” family together.

Unlike these laws, there are many realistic laws to help protect pets. In Orange/Seminole/Osceola Counties, the SPCA of Central Florida is the non-profit, private, animal welfare agency that enforces them, specifically laws dealing with animal abuse, negligence, and abandonment. Working with law enforcement agencies, the two main laws that are enforced are State Statute 828.12 (Anti-Cruelty) and State Statute 828.13 (Quality of life).

It is important to know all animal laws if you are going to be a responsible pet owner. This way, you won’t be arrested in Vermont for whistling underwater for your dog. Yes, that is also a real law.

There are more laws than just these two, but these are the main laws that are enforced by our agency. Other laws include tethering your dog in a truck bed to two opposite sides of the bed, keeping your dog on a leash while in public areas, and having the proper rabies vaccinations and tags updated for your pet. How do we enforce these laws? Not “As Seen On TV.” Our Investigators do not carry firearms. We do not yell at citizens, nor do we violate civil liberties by breaking and

To contact the SPCA of Central Florida Cruelty Investigators, call 407-351-7722 ext. 3255 or report cruelty online at www.OrlandoPets.org.<

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THE FIFTH AMENDMENT - BY MARK L. HORWITZ > People think of the Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination as a tool used by those who have violated the law. This is simply wrong.

The founding fathers who drafted the Constitution knew that without this protection, governments throughout history abused their citizens and punished the innocent. Today, people have the misconception that simply because someone has invoked their Fifth Amendment privilege, that person must be guilty. This belief can not be further from the truth. State and federal governments continuously pass criminal laws that set forth complicated and hard to understand provisions that criminalize conduct far beyond what the Constitution’s authors ever imagined.

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that the Fifth Amendment’s basic function is to protect the innocent who might otherwise be ensnared by ambiguous circumstances. Those ambiguous circumstances have become more likely as the complexities of criminal laws continues to grow. In 2001, the Supreme Court of the United States specifically ruled that a person can claim to be innocent and still properly invoke the Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination. False confessions, long extended interrogations, mistakes by police and countless other factors have resulted in convictions of the innocent. The right of a person not to be forced to be “a witness against himself” is not reserved for the guilty. <

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Dali Museum By Kelly Casas

>There is nothing as enriching and relaxing like visiting a museum. Museums house priceless items that allow us to explore different categories such as culture, food, art, music, innovations, science and so much more. For the residents of St. Petersburg, visiting one of the most valuable art museums featuring the complete works of legendary and world-renowned artist Salvador Dali is right in their backyard. What better way to spend the day then browsing the complete works of this timeless artist, whose career spanned from 1904 - 1989.

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Dali’s major works of art from every moment and every facet of his artistic activity are up for display inside this one of a kind museum. The newly redesigned building opened in January 2011 to the public to protect and showcase Dali’s collection and to educate visitors of all ages in the wonder of art. Special skylights that are strategically located along the outer walls of the small salons light up Dali’s largest pieces, which he labored in the last few decades of his artistic career. In a different area of the museum, in The Hough Family wing, visitors are able to go beyond the art and engage themselves

in other aspects of Dali’s work like his films, photographs, objects and works on paper. The museum holds a strong dedication to educating all visitors on the works of Dali as well as artists with a similar vision, they are considered an international resource by the showcasing of various exhibits and events that keep visitors coming back for more. Within their education department, something that makes this museum unlike any other, the students, graduates, and anyone interested are able to dive further into various topics that challenge the mind. The


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calendar found on the museums website is your guide for planning the perfect day at the Dali Museum with continuous additions like workshops, films, lectures, family events and much more.Visiting teachers and students are also encouraged to request a copy of Get Surreal! with Salvador Dali, which is the museum’s award winning video that introduces people to the artist himself and Surrealism.

of the most astonishing artist of our time, it can also be a time for exploring Spanish cuisine and culture. Café Gala located inside is named after Dali’s wife and is designed to give the visitors of the museum a culinary experience by offering up a menu full of Spanish influence. You can enjoy the delicious food offered here either inside or out by the beautiful Avant-garden patio which over looks the grounds.

Spending your day visiting the Dali Museum will give you an in-depth insight into one

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Day to Evening Makeup By Ro Martinez Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Makeup application is an art. When you apply makeup, you are like an artist who uses paintbrushes to create beautiful strokes on canvas. As with an artist, the higher the skill level and the better quality the materials used, the more pleasing the masterpiece will be to the eye. Trying a variety of brushes, makeup brands and techniques will help you find a look that emphasizes your assets and helps diminish facial flaws such as dark under eye circles, acne and scars to name a few. No one is more the master artist with a brush than Monique McLaughlin. She captured the beauty of each of our models while showing us a natural day look and a glamorous evening look. ABOUT MONIQUE Monique did makeup and hair on friends in high school for proms and homecomings and considered their faces her canvas. She started doing bridal makeup and hair part-time in 1999 when she was living in Colorado, working a corporate job. She decided to make the leap to go to cosmetology school (Artistic Nails and Beauty Academy) to learn the basics. She was already self-taught on hair styling prior to attending school. Monique attended many post-graduate advanced courses to hone her craft (including study at the Vidal Sassoon Academy in Miami and studying under Celebrity/Movie Makeup Artist James Ryder in Los Angeles). Photographers who had seen her wedding work eventually started asking her to do fashion and beauty shoots. A career was born. Much of her business comes from repeat clients. She shares, “building a rapport is key, whether it is with the client, talent or the photographer.” Monique’s range includes clean beauty to the more avant-garde looks. She continues; “I like to create and enhance beauty! It’s my passion! I love seeing the excitement on my client’s faces when they see their transformation. Hearing all the compliments they receive makes my day because I know how good that feels. What better job to have, than to put a smile on someone’s face and make someone feel better about themselves?”

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DAY LOOK Day and evening makeup differ in the intensity or colors used. For day, eye, cheek and lip shades should be neutral and applied lightly. A bronzer can double as cheek and eye shadow depending on skin tone. Tinted lip-gloss will add a healthy looking shine without the need of a lip liner. Hair can be worn naturally straight or curly. The ponytail is a fast, easy style most people with longer hair can wear. It is versatile; the pony can be low in back or side or it can be worn sleeked back and high on top. Your morning grooming routine should be simple and get you out the door fast with minimal fuss.

“Trying a variety of brushes, makeup brands and techniques will help you find a look that emphasizes your assets and helps diminish facial flaws such as dark under eye circles, acne and scars to name a few.” EVENING LOOK Deep colors such as reds or plums can add drama for a night out on the town. False lashes and black eyeliner add to the drama. Hair can be worn down in soft curls with a beautiful rhinestone clip on one side or in an up do with gentle waves around the face. One larger piece of jewelry can complete your evening look. Pamela Van Auken who provided the lia sophia jewelry gives us this advice; “A modern look can be more about shimmering beautifully than about blinding with bling. In fact, it often takes just one piece of jewelry to successfully turn your daytime look into something appropriate for the evening, or to make a little black dress look more elegant.” Creating an evening look can be easy. If you have a busy workday, having a small makeup kit at your desk will ensure you are ready to create your evening look when you do not have time to return home. To go from your work day to your evening event in a few minutes wash your hair in the morning and wear your hair in a tight bun all day. At the end of the day let down your hair and it will have perfect waves. Apply a shine reducing powder, bronze, red lips and plenty of eyeliner. Monique has given you three beautiful options for you to be inspired! < Photos by: Angela Man Photography, 727-518-4977 Hair and makeup by: Monique McLaughlin, www.makeupandhairbymonique.com Jewelry provided by: Pamela Van Auken, liasophia.com/pamelav Models: Alicia Britt, LaVonne Jackson, Roxanne Terry

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Cuban Culture Fest

By Kelly Casas Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Food lovers take note and mark your calendars! This month will be a spicy one with the First Annual Cuban Cultural Fest cooking its way into Ybor city. The one of a kind event for the Tampa Bay area is currently in the works for visitors and locals to come out for a day to celebrate the rich heritage and historic Cuban traditions that have been preserved for decades by the Cuban Americans that reside in the Tampa Bay area. The Cuban Club in Ybor City will be the host of this exciting event and it’s scheduled for May 18 and 19th. The Cuban Cultural Fest Foundation, which is a new nonprofit group of Cuban Americans and others, are responsible for organizing the event with the help of community leaders and other elected officials. This is sure to be a culturally enriching event and is guaranteed to showcase Cuban art, history, heritage, music, dance, and of course the most important part, food! Visitors will be able to indulge in this mouth-watering cuisine that originated in Cuba but quickly made its mark here in the U.S.A.

“The festival is also sure to offer up traditional favorites like Cuban sandwiches and a variety of desserts that will send your taste buds for a spin.” STYLETOME.COM

You will thrive on tasty dishes served up by the best of the best in preparing Cuban food, it’s sure to keep you coming back for seconds! Known for the rampant use of citrus in their meals, traditional Cuban cuisine is considered a fusion between Spanish, and Caribbean cuisine, sharing recipes, spices, and techniques. The results are an exqui-

sitely flavorful blend of cultural influences with a strong similarity to their neighbors in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Typical meals consist of rice and beans either prepared together or separately. Mainly pork or beef would accompany alongside fried plantains.The festival is also sure to offer up traditional favorites like Cuban sandwiches and a variety of desserts that will send your taste buds for a spin.While taking a stroll in historic Ybor City you can spoil yourself with any of these delicious dishes as the traditional music beats its rhythm in the streets. So bring your friends and family out for a different kind of festival that will open the door to a new and lively culture that resides right here in our own backyard.< The Cuban Club 2010 Avenida Republica de Cuba Tampa, FL 33605 813-248-2954 thecubanclub.org


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SPRING INTO ENLIGHTENMENT By Travis Joiner Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Spring is slowly trying to creep out of a longer than usual winter this year and I for one am ready to see it. It is that time where we get to practice all of those New Year resolutions and shed those hibernation pounds we needed to use over winter. It marks a time for people to start veering towards fresher and healthier options when it comes to the dinner table. I am here to tell you that it can also be applied to bellying up to the bar or at your favorite happy hour spot. There is a new up and coming brand that goes by the name of Enlightened Grain Organic Spirits that you must try. If you follow the mantra of fresher or healthier as I do during this time of year this USDA approved organic spirit, or non-juniper gin, is the place you want to start. The idea for this twist on the idea of flavored spirits was sparked in our own backyard here in Central Florida. Mathew Ander-

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son, founder, as well as a closely-knit group of like-minded individuals are on to something I believe to be unique and special. As of now their catalog consists of three options to choose from to please your senses. Enlightened Grain Origins is the closest thing most of us would compare to vodka. Very clean on the palate, this clear spirit is what I choose to use when I am looking for a Press cocktail (think equal parts soda water and tonic water with a twist of lime). Where the real fun begins is with the E.G. Inspiration and newly introduced E.G. Windsor. Anyone rolling their eyes at the idea of another flavored spirit-STOP! and be glad that this is not what you are thinking at all. The Enlightened Grain Inspiration is a Rosemary and Lavender infused spirit that happily blurs the boundary for foodies and mixologists with flawless perfection. Anyone who is a fan of those fresh botanicals will appeal to more than one of your senses. The rosemary is


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brought into the distillation process that leaves it both dancing on your tongue and livening up your olfactory senses with a delightful result. The essential oils of the lavender are introduced which really round off this flavor profile into something that allows for multiple uses. One could surely enjoy it with an ice cube in a rocks glass; however, the options are endless with a little creative blending and mixing. The flavor still holds onto that sense of fresh ingredients you look for this time of year. Here is a great way to get those healthy and fresh flavors into your glass: THE COMPANION: 2oz. E.G. Inspiration 1oz. Aperol Liquor 1 orange slice (muddle) 2 cherries (muddle) 3 dashes (blood) orange bitters top with soda water Pour, Muddle, Stir, Strain, Rocks The Companion Created By: Travis Joiner for Vines Grille and Wine Bar The newest creation in the Enlightened Grain portfolio is the well-named Windsor.The Windsor features two more equally creative and fresh ingredients as the Inspiration. Sage and Earl Grey Tea have been introduced to this organic spirit with a more subtle but noticeable success. When tasting this by itself you really

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The Loews Don CeSar Hotel Celebrate With Something Pink

> Whether it’s 250 guests classically attired for a traditional ceremony, or an intimate beachside gathering with guests garbed in renaissance gowns, Cinderella wishes and fairy tale romances come true at the Loews Don CeSar Hotel – Florida’s Legendary Pink Palace since 1928. Rising regally from the sugary Gulf shores of St. Pete Beach, the Loews Don CeSar surrounds the betrothed in a wedding cake setting while resort specialists make bridal whims a reality. One of the irresistible enticements of the Don, which attracts wedding parties from far and wide, is simple -- it is picture perfect. The legendary landmark architecture of the Don reflects a flamingo-pink, Mediterranean castle sharply chiseled against the sky, accented by Moorish bell towers and imperial turrets. Fittingly described by the Atlanta Journal Constitution as “an old-fashioned, pink-iced wedding cake towering over

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the shore,” the resort’s powdery beaches, sweeping staircases and tropical gardens are breathtaking accents for wedding ceremonies and portraits. The comprehensive services offered at the Don make wedding dreams come true. Our Wedding Specialists, who are also certified to officiate ceremonies, can orchestrate everything from black-tie ballroom extravaganzas to beachfront cocktail receptions and from weddings hosting hundreds to intimate ceremonies for two. From dressing reception tables with exquisite bouquets to creating extraordinary cakes with our onsite pastry chef, our dedicated staff provides the right resources, recommendations and inspiration to ensure every detail of every wedding day is perfectly executed. The Loews Don CeSar Hotel is also the ultimate honeymoon destination. With seven-and-one-half miles of pearlescent

sand beaches, an indulgent brand new Spa Oceana, expansive suites and salon services for bridal parties as well as couples rooms and beachside massages for the bride and groom, and The Maritana Grille – the resort’s signature Four Diamond restaurant. Nearby diversions include action-packed Busch Gardens, the renowned Salvador Dalí Museum and professional sporting events in Tampa. Blending seaside elegance and sunset finales with the enchantment of yesteryear, the pampering service of the Loews Don CeSar Hotel has captivated couples of all ages, from newlyweds to not-so-newlyweds. To create a wedding to remember, call (800) 282-1116 or (727) 360-1881 or visit www.loewshotels.com <


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PGA National Resort & Spa Destination Wedding By Jennifer Marcus

> The PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach, Florida is best known for having some of the finest golf courses in the country. A handful of golf’s most brilliant moments have been played on one of the five courses located on property. As the host of the Honda Classic each spring, the PGA National Resort & Spa has seen the likes of golf legends Rory Mcllroy, Jack Nicklaus, and the newly crowned Honda Classic champion Michael Thompson. However, beyond the lush grass, the freshly manicured greens, and the impeccably designed courses, lies the

339-guestroom resort complete with nine on-property restaurants, lounges, and bars, a spa that rivals some of the most divine in the market, a zero-entry pool, and ballrooms, conference rooms and scenic outdoor locales perfect for hosting the most spectacular or most intimate affairs. One might think that a resort so rich in golf might not be the best option for a destination wedding, but following a $100 million renovation that was completed in fall 2012, the PGA National Resort & Spa might just

“Perfect for hosting the most spectacular or most intimate affairs.” be the perfect place. Destination weddings have become increasingly popular in the past five years whether it be for a first time occasion, a couple that has found love a second time around, or even to renew vows. What lends the PGA National Resort & Spa to being just the right spot for this special day is the harmonious blend of a perfect backdrop in sunny Palm Beach, a team of wedding enthusiasts looking to incorporate traditions or help you reinvent the wheel, remarkable cuisine, and a plethora of amenities sure to keep your wedding guests satisfied. In an effort to unveil PGA National Resort & Spa’s newest outdoor wedding venue, the resort hosted a mock wedding weekend for locals and vacationers this past January complete with the famous off-Broadway show Tina ‘N Tony’s Wedding. The production offered guests an inside look at the outdoor ceremony area that overlooks the exquisite lake and famous golf courses. The vibrant greenery provides a venue unlike any other. With more than 39,000 square feet of special event space to choose from, finding the perfect ballroom or locale is a breeze. But what might give you some trouble is choosing amongst the divine cuisine options for your wedding menu. While much of wedding planning can be tedious and overwhelming, the bride and groom always look forward to the wedding food tasting… and the PGA National Resort & Spa team rises to this event. What the future Mr. and Mrs. can expect from the culinary team is a fine dining experience where they can taste and see exactly how the cuisine will be served. Unlike some hotels, the PGA National Resort & Spa allows couples to customize the plate. The signature PGA Wedding Salad is a knockout on the palette and on the eyes. The mixed field greens topped with feta cheese, sundried cranberries, and candy walnuts is nestled inside a cucumber wrap and dressed with

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champagne vinaigrette. Your guests won’t skip the salad portion at this wedding. Standout entrées are the braised beef short ribs with a bordelaise sauce and diver scallops, which sit next to creamy Parmesan polenta, Japanese long beans and roasted tomato. The filet mignon in a Pinot Noir demi-glace is paired with sea bass in a citrus beurre blanc and dance next to cheddar potato galette, purple baby carrots and asparagus. And for dessert, aside from wedding cake, can be just about whatever your heart can dream up. After a night filled with food, beverages and dancing, your guests may just need a day to relax and revive before heading home. The PGA National Resort & Spa is home to The Spa, a full–service spa and salon that is in a class of its own. With more than 100 services offered, your guests and you may need to extend your trip in Palm Beach. What separates this spa with others in the area and afar is the centerpiece of The Spa, the Waters of the World mineral pools. These include the Salies de Béarn with salts imported from the French Pyrenees and the Dead Sea salts from Israel. Massage therapies from across the world are offered including techniques from the Americas, China, France, Thailand, Hawaii, Greece, Britain, Egypt, Japan, and the Swiss Alps. Body treatments are inspired by global

rituals and elements like raw sugar, seaweed, salt and aloe and are offered through therapies from Hungary, France, the Polynesian Islands, Israel, Palm Beaches and the South Pacific including the coconut honey sugar scrub. In the salon, you can treat yourself from top to bottom with a blow out or updo, a facial, waxing if you dare, a makeup application, a top-of-the-line manicure including the lavender bliss manicure, and even a cosmetic procedure! And don’t worry guys, there are gentleman services for you as well.What will make it even harder to leave the divine spa is the comfort and richness of the locker room, which is stocked with a variety of teas and flavored waters, and showers that might keep you there long enough to fall in love with the green tea and lemongrass soap.

Whether you are planning your wedding, looking for the perfect vacation spot, or just want to play a great game of golf, PGA National Resort & Spa will help with your departure from daily life. So do you want to pack your things and head down to Palm Beach yet? We bet you’re saying “I do.” < PGA National Resort & Spa 400 Ave of the Champions Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 877-929-3231 www.pgaresorts.com

If you are able to drag yourself away from The Spa, you’ll want to lounge by the peaceful pool while enjoying your favorite frozen beverage. Order lunch at Wave Poolside or save room for dinner at the award-winning Ironwood Steak & Seafood, PGA National’s signature restaurant with one of South Florida’s most extensive wine lists. Cap off your night with a drink at IBar, one of Palm Beach’s sizzling spots for a drink and some laughs with friends. This resort is incredibly hot and undeniably cool.

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> Planning for a wedding can be a very stressful, yet very exciting time of your life. Once the invitations are mailed, the venue booked and food ordered you can shift the focus onto yourself. We have prepared a checklist to help you with the week before your trip down the aisle that covers body, mind, and beauty. Day one: Start drinking water

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We all know the wonders of drinking water can do for our body, and this is the time you definitely want to be doing that. Specialists say about eight glasses a day should do the trick, and this is a habit that can help your body look and feel amazing! Drinking more water and eliminating sodas and other sugary drinks can eliminate extra belly bloat and it can make your skin and hair look and feel healthier.

Whoever said ‘attaining beauty was painful’ was definitely thinking about waxing. Day five would be perfect to get this done, whether it’s only your eyebrows or everything in between, you don’t want to look puffy or red on your wedding day and making sure you have two days for swelling and redness to disappear.

Day Two: Begin a face cleansing ritual

At this point, just a day away from saying your vows, you should have a good idea of what you want your nails to look like. On the sixth day is a great day to relax and get a manicure and pedicure. This way you are close enough to your wedding day that you are not likely to chip them.

This would be a great time to begin washing your face every night before bed and every morning with a daily scrub or facial cleanser. Over night our faces tend to sweat which opens our pores to accumulating dirt. This can cause breakouts and blemishes that you will not want on the day of your wedding, so starting a twice a day facial cleansing routine can guarantee a perfect smooth glow. Day Three: Make sure you are manufacturing enough Z’s

A Checklist: One Week Before the Big Day By Kelly Casas Read more at: StyleToMe.com

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“The week before your nuptials should be one for relaxing and getting at least eight hours every night.”

This preparation technique should not come as a surprise, getting enough sleep every night is always a good habit to keep. The week before your nuptials should be one for relaxing and getting at least eight hours every night. This can help by preventing dark circles, puffy eyes, and even reduce mental stress. Day Four: Plan a fitness day Whether it’s on day four or anytime this week, plan a day with your bridesmaids to get active. There are plenty of exercises you can enjoy such as yoga or a walk through the park. Either of these will help you release stress and give you energy.

Day Six: Beautify your nails

Day Seven: Pack your bags! The day before your wedding would be a perfect time to pack your bags for your honeymoon, if you haven’t started doing so already. You can spend the day knowing all the important responsibilities are taken care of and you can focus on all the clothing and accessories you want to take for your trip. After packing, get rest and get excited to enjoy your special day!<


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MUSIC

PERFORMING ARTS

Amy Schumer

COMEDY

MISC.

Collie Buddz

David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the

May 12 at 7:00 pm

Performing Arts

State Theatre

813-229-7827

727-895-3045

May 20th - 26th

Smart Comedy Support Group May 10 at 9 pm

Daddy Yankee

Sacred Grounds Coffee House

May 24 at 7 pm

813-983-0837

Jannus Live 727-565-0550

Amy Schumer May 11 at 8 pm

Steve Martin

David A. Straz, Jr. Center

May 23 at 7:30 pm

813-229-7827

Mahaffey Theater

May 13th - 19th May 1st - 5th Willie Nelson May 1 at 8 pm

Speed Dating Stormy Weather

Aaron Carter

May 21 at 6 pm

May 2 at 8 pm

May 16 at 8 pm

Hyde Park Cafe

David A. Straz, Jr. Center

The Ritz Ybor

813-254-2233

813-229-7827

813-247-2555

Rocky Horror Picture Show

Disney on Ice: Rockin’ Ever After

May 4 at 11:30 pm

May 16 at 7 pm

Sevendust

The Beach Theatre

Tampa Bay Times Forum

May 26 at 8 pm

727-360-6697

813-301-6500

State Theatre

Ruth Eckerd Hall 727-791-7400 A Day to Remember May 2 at 7:30 pm

Slightly Stoopid May 3 at 6:30 pm

Cinco de Mayo Artwalk

American Idiot

May 3-4 at Various Times

May 17-19 at Various Times

Village of the Arts 941-747-8056 Olly Murs

Jannus Live 727-565-0550

Tea Tasting May 4 at 10 am

The Florida Orchestra: Brahm’s Double Concerto May 5 at 7:30 pm Ruth Eckerd Hall

Prosperi Tea 941-929-8305

May 6th - 12th

727-791-7400 Olly Murs War Horse May 1-5 at Various Times David A. Straz, Jr. Center 813-229-7827

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Jannus Live 727-565-0550

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National Train Day

In the city once described as the “damnedest town this side of Hell,” join for a candlelight walking tour of historic Tampa!

Celebrating the 144th Anniversary of the driving of the Golden Spike marking the completion of the transcontinental railroad and the 15th Anniversary of Tampa Union Station’s restoration!

Experiences an entertaining evening with tales of ghosts, haunted houses, restless spirits and supernatural oddities, and discover the quirky, haunted past of Tampa, a place where the ordinary does not apply! The Ghost Tour of Tampa materializes nightly by reservation. $15 per person; $10 for ages 4-12. May 1-31 at 8 pm Ghost Tour of Tampa 727-894-4678 Health, Beauty, Soul & Sizzle Four phenomenal speakers will comes together for Health, Beauty, Soul and Sizzle. Teresa Tapp is the author of “Fit and Fabulous,” creator of the T-Tapp, an exercise that offers weight loss and cellulite removal solution. She was featured on Oprah.

Features this year include: Amtrak equipment on display. Exhibits! Operation Lifesaver, Florida Coalition of Rail Passengers, Amtrak, Atlantic Coast Line & Seaboard Air Line Railroads Historical Society, City of Tampa Office of Historic Preservation and Urban Design, Florida Railroad Museum, Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library/Burgert Brothers Photograph Collection, Friends of Tampa Union Station, Tampa Bay History Center and more! Telegraph demonstrations. Operating Model Railroads. From the H.B. Plant Railroad Historical Society, the Suncoast Model Railroad Club, the Greater Florida Lego Train Club, and others. Food Trucks, Live Music and More!

Sherrl Fry is the program coordinator of the Mammography Voucher Program, which provides mammograms and follow-up diagnostic services to uninsured and underinsured women. Lynn Wise is the Miche Executive Amara Leader and presenter of the Spring Line of MICHE Bags, a line of interchangeable purses. Alishia Willardson is author of “Live the Life You Love...You Deserve It.” There will be silent auction items, raffles, food and beverages, door prizes and over 50 health and beauty vendors. Tickets are $25 with a $2.37 fee and can be purchased at www.eventbrite. com. May 4 at 10 am Nielsen 813-366-3100

May 11 at 10 am Tampa Union Station 813-221-7600 The BIG HAIR Ball The Ritz Ybor presents The BIG HAIR Ball, a totally awesome Rock & Roll-themed event concert party. Featuring the #1 Journey and Bon Jovi Tribute Shows, Never Stop Believin and Livin’ On A Prayer playing your favorite songs from the ‘70s, ‘80s & ‘90s! There will be a BIG HAIR Rockstar Costume Contest with $500 cash prizes, hosted by Katie Sommers of 93.3 FLZ- Also, a free “Hair Raiser” cocktail for all guests arriving in BIG HAIR Rockstar-inspired outfits between 7 pm and 8 pm. LCS screens will be airing the iconic cultclassic movies of the 1980s and ‘90s. Big Hair encouraged to attend. Ages: 18+. Tickets: $10. May 17 at 7 pm The Ritz Ybor 813-247-2555

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Mainly Art Mainly Art is a free monthly arts and crafts sale that takes place on Old Main Street (12th St. W) in downtown Bradenton. Mainly Art is scheduled for the third Saturday of each month, October through April. It shares Old Main Street with the weekly Downtown Bradenton Farmers’ Market, which showcases local produce, plants and seafood. Old Main Street is closed to traffic, from several blocks north of Manatee Avenue to Third Avenue West, to accommodate the event. Local artists and artisans will make their creations available to the public, including paintings, ceramics, jewelry and architectural elements. Downtown parking is free on weekends, and dogs on leashes are welcome. Mainly Art supports local artists and artisans, its major sponsor is the Bradenton Downtown Development Authority, it is produced by Realize Bradenton. May 18 at 9 am Old Main Street 941-840-0017 Next Generation Ballet’s “Cinderella” This critically acclaimed “Cinderella” ballet, performed to recording with stunning sets and costumes originally from Hong Kong Ballet, is something the whole family can enjoy. With humorously wicked stepsisters, a hand-

some Prince, magical stepmother and the rags to riches story you will be transported to another place and time through amazing dance. The two-hour story ballet is told in two acts and will feature the award winning dancers of NGB. “Cinderella … is a charming, contagiously happy ballet. It’s buoyed by the wit and economy of choreographer Peter Stark’s interpretation, yet given artistic heft by the dramatic Serge Prokofiev score and seriously good dancing.” - Diane Hubbard Burns, Orlando Sentinel. Regularly priced tickets start at $15. May 18 at 2 pm & 4 pm David A. Straz, Jr. Center 813-229-7827 Sunset Music Festival Tickets are now on sale to Tampa’s premier electronic music event, Sunset Music Festival! Join Disco Donnie Presents and Sunset Events on Saturday, May 25, 2013 as they celebrate the Egyptian Sun God, Ra! Featuring a top-notch sound and visual experience for all guests, so invite your friends to join at Raymond James Stadium. Remember, prices will only increase, so get your passes early and experience 12 hours of fun, sun, and music, for less! May 25 at 10 am Raymond James Stadium 813-350-6500

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NORTH PINELLAS Alfano’s Restaurant & Splendido Lounge 1702 Clearwater Largo Rd., Clearwater 727-584-2125 $-$$ Italian Antonio’s Pasta Grille 2755 Ulmerton Rd., Clearwater, 727-572-5566 $$ Italian The Black Pearl 315 Main St., downtown Dunedin, 727-734-3463 $$-$$$ New American cuisine Bob Heilman’s Beachcomber Restaurant 447 Mandalay Ave., Clearwater Beach, 727-442-4144 $$-$$$ Classic American cuisine Bobby’s Bistro & Wine Bar 447 Mandalay Ave., Clearwater Beach, 727-446-9463 $$-$$$ American Bistro & wine bar Bon Appetit Restaurant 150 Marina Plaza, Dunedin Marina, Dunedin, 727-733-2151 $-$$$ Casual, American Waterfront Restaurant Broadway Deli & Cafe 730 Broadway, #4. Dunedin, 727-286-6270 $ Deli & Cafe

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Dining Bua Siam Thai Cuisine & Sushi

Chang Bistro

Fountain Grille

Island Way Grill

35903 U.S Hwy. 19 N., Palm

608 Mandalay Ave., Clearwa-

Safety Harbor Resort & Spa,

20 Island Way,

Harbor,

ter Beach,

105 N. Bayshore Dr., Safety

Clearwater Beach

727-789-2848 $$-$$$

727-408-5200 $$

Harbor,

727-461-6617 $$$

Thai Cuisine & Sushi

breakfast feasts, sushi, Thai

727-726-1161, ext. 7825 $$

Pacific Rim, Steakhouse,

Cabana Cafe & Gifts

Infusion Cuisine, sushi menu

Contemporary- inspired

Seafood

833 Douglas Ave., Dunedin,

Clear Sky

cuisine, served with natural

Johnny’s Italian Restaurant

727-712-2233 $

Beachside Cafe

mineral water from historic

2907 S.R 590 (NE coachman

Cafe, wine & gift shop

490 Mandalay Ave., Clearwa-

springs

Rd.), Clearwater

Cafe Alfresco

ter Beach,

Frenchy’s Cafe, Original

727-797-2940 $$

344 Main St., downtown

727-442-3684 $$

41 Baymont St.,

Traditional Italian culinary

Dunedin,

Cafe, pizza & fresh seafood,

727-446-3607 $

Kaiko Japanese Restaurant

727-736-4299 $-$$

boutique wines

Cafe

2475- F McMullen Booth Rd.

Cafe, West Coast bistro

& mojitos

Frenchy’s Saltwater Cafe

(corner of McMullen Booth

Cafe Ponte

Columbia Restaurant

419 Poinsettia Ave., Clearwa-

and Enterprise), Clearwater

13505 Icot Blvd.

1241 Gulf Blvd., (on Sand

ter Beach,

727-791-6640 $-$$

727-538-5768 $$-$$$

Key) Clearwater

727-461-6295 $

Fresh sushi, Makimono,

contemporary American

727-596-8400 $$

Seafood, fresh stone crabs

Sashimi

cuisine with Italian, French

Authentic Spanish/Cuban

Frenchy’s Rockaway Grill On

Kally- K’s Steakery and

and Asian influences

cuisine

The Beach

Fishery

Captain’s Italian Restaurant

Cooters Restaurant & Bar

7 Rockaway St., Clearwater

1600 Main St., Dunedin,

324 Main St.,

423 Poinsettia Ave. Clearwa-

Beach,

727-733-7024 $-$$

Safety Harbor,

ter Beach

727-446-4844 $

American, fresh salad bar

727-725-2846 $-$$

727-462-2668 $-$$

Live music, fresh seafood

Kelly’s For Just About…

Italian & seafood

Seafood, Burgers, Steaks,

Frenchy’s South Beach Cafe

Anything!

Cappuccino’s Altro Posto

famous Cooter Chicken,

351 S. Gulfview Blvd., Clear-

319 Main St., downtown

Cafe European Espresso and

Sports Bar

water Beach,

Dunedin,

Wine Bar

The Dunedin Smokehouse

727-441-9991 $-$$

727-736-5284 $-$$

733 Broadway, Dunedin,

471 Main St., Dunedin,

Seafood, full bar

Southern Cuisine, desserts

727-738-8009

727-736-2227 $

Greek Town Grille

The Living Room on Main

Artisan style Italian coffee

barbeque menu, NFL tickets

1230 Cleveland Street,

Restaurant and Lounge

house and eatery

showing all games, and a

Clearwater,

487 Main St., downtown

Carmel Cafe

full bar

727-447- 7800 $$-$$$

Dunedin,

& Wine Bar

E & E Stakeout Grill & Koko-

banquet room, outside

727-736-5202 $$

9101 International Dr. 2548

pelli’s Bar

garden area, full bar, live

internationally influenced

McMullen Booth Rd. in

100 N. Indian Rocks Road,

entertainment, Greek cuisine

tapas-style dishes, wines and

Northwood Plaza, Clear-

Belleair Bluffs,

& Salad, fresh bread daily

beers from exotic places

water,

727-585-6399 $$

HAPA, Restaurant

The Lobster Pot Bistro

727-724-4228 $

American Grill,seafood,Prime

3970 Tampa Road, Oldsmar,

478 Mandalay Ave, Clearwa-

features Mod Med inter-

beef & ribs

813-749- 8400 $$-$$$

ter Beach,

pretative classics such as

FlameStone, An American

Global flavors and classic

727-446-8809 $-$$

flatbreads, lamb lollipops

Grill

French technique, Lamb, wine

bar and grill, dancing, jazz, and

or steak frites, desserts &

4009 Tampa Rd., Oldsmar,

list, desserts

sports bar

Wine Bar

813-814-7778 $$-$$$

Hin Lee

Louis Pappas

Casa Tina Mexican Grill

American Grill, creative

Weathersfield Commons,

Market Cafe

365 Main St., downtown

cuisine

1757 Main St., Dunedin, 727-

2560 McMullen Booth Rd.

Dunedin,

Forlini’s Ristorante & Bar

736-3366

(Northwood Plaza), Clear-

727-734-9226 $

435 Mandalay Ave., N., Clear-

and North Tampa Shore,

water

Fresh, healthy, authentic

water Beach,

4103 Tampa Rd., Oldsmar,

727-797-3700 $-$$

dishes, and a vegetarian menu

727-445-1155 $-$$

813-814-9988 $-$$

Greek Market Cafe, Soup,

Italian cuisine, pasta dishes,

Malaysian Chinese Restaurant

salad, pizza and sandwiches

soup & salad, wine & liquor,

and Sushi Bar, Wine & Beer

and espresso & cappuccino

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DINING Dining Dunedin,

Fresh,healthy, authentic

Columbia Restaurant

& Wine Bar

727-724-4209 $

Thai cuisine, as well as Thai

800 Second Ave. N.E., St.

369 Main St., Dunedin,

imported and crafted beers,

food with American flair.

Petersburg,

727-734-7700 $-$$

fine wines, light bites

Thirsty Marlin

727-822-8000 $$

Wine bar and bistro, pizza,

Salt Rock Grill

Grill & Bar

authentic Spanish/Cuban

soup & salad

19325 Gulf Blvd.,

1023 Florida Ave.,

cuisine, daily chef specials

Pappas Ranch

Indian Shores

Palm Harbor,

Da Sesto Italiano Ristorante

2630 Gulf to Bay Blvd.,

727-593-7625 $$$ Seafood,

727-784-3469 $$

e Vino

Clearwater,

American

Fresh seafood, steaks, sand-

7199 66th Street, N., Pinellas

727-797-9800 $$

Sea Sea Riders

wiches, bar, live music

Park,

Massimo’s Eclectic Fine

traditional Greek hand-spun

221 Main St. (At Alt. 19 and

TooJay’s Gourmet Deli

727-209-2695 $$-$$$

Dining

recipes, full bar Saloon, live

State Rd. 580), downtown

Westfield Shoppingtown,

Authentic Italian recipes,

31876 U.S Hwy. 19 N., Palm

entertainment

Dunedin,

Countryside, 27001 U.S Hwy

original dishes

Harbor,

The Pepper Mill

727-734-1445 $-$$

19 N., Clearwater,

El Cap

727-784-1881 $$$

575 S. Ft. Harrison Ave.,

Seafood, desserts

727-723-7585 $

3500 Fourth St. N., St.

contemporary Italian and

Clearwater

SHOR American Seafood

New York delicatessen, tradi-

Petersburg

Mediterranean cuisine with

727-449-2988 $$

Grill

tional deli menu, fresh bakery

727-521-1314 $

Asian accents, extensive wine

New American

Hyatt Regency Clearwater

Watercolour Steakhouse &

American

Mystic Fish Seafood

Pico Rojo Charcoal Rotis-

Beach, 301 S. Gulfview Blvd.,

Grille

The Garden

Grill & Bar

serie

Clearwater Beach,

1201 Gulf Blvd. in the Mar-

217 Central Ave., St. Peters-

3253 Tampa Rd. (in Shoppes

2475 McMullen Booth Rd.,

727-373-4780 $$$

riott Suites Clearwater Beach

burg

at Cloverplace Center), Palm

#E (accessible via Enterprise

show kitchen, Skimmers Bar,

on Sand Key,

727-896-3800 $$

Harbor,

Rd.) Clearwater,

Seafood, American

727-596-1100 $$$

Eclectic & International

727-771-1800 $$

727-474-3826 $-$$

American, Steaks, fresh fish

Cuisine

Seafood Grill, meats,

vegetarian-friendly, Latin

lamb,fresh seafood and shell-

American flair

SOUTH PINELLAS

Gigi’s Italian

fish, wine list and full liquor

Portofino Mediterranean

Six Tables

service

Grill

1153 Main Street (S.R. 580),

400 Beach Seafood & Tap

6852 Gulfport Blvd., South

Mythos Greek Taverna

18825 U.S Hwy. 19 N.,

Dunedin,

House

Pasadena,

13575- 58th Street &

Clearwater,

727-736-8821 $$$

400 Beach Drive NE, St.

727-345-0191, 105 107th

Ulmerton in the Icot Center,

727-286-6234 $$-$$$

world-class cuisine, six

Petersburg,

Avenue, Treasure Island, 727-

Clearwater,

traditional Mediterranean

course meals, exclusive

727-896-2400 $$-$$$

360-6905, 4399 Gulf Blvd., St.

727-538-4273 $$

cuisine

French and California wines

Raw bar, beers and wines,

Pete Beach, 727-363-3344,

traditional Greek cuisine,

Riverside Grille House &

Spoto’s Steak Joint

seafood, sushi, salads

5901 4th Street North, St.

salad, seafood, and pasta

Veranda

1280 Main St.,

Ai- Mei Sakura Japanese &

Petersburg, 727-562-2400

Olde Bay Cafe and Dunedin

10 Dodecanese Blvd., Tarpon

Dunedin,

Thai Restaurant

$$-$$$ Italian, pizza, pasta,

Fish Market

Springs,

727-734-0008 $$

4200 34th St. S., St. Peters-

steaks, extensive wine list

51 Main St., Dunedin (at the

727-937-2000 $$$

American, casual bar inside of

burg,

Gratzzi Italian Grille

Marina),

waterfront dining, diverse

restaurant

727-867-0965 $-$$

211 2nd St. S., St. Petersburg,

727-733-2542 $-$$

menu, live entertainment

Terrace Cafe at Bon Appetit

Sushi, Thai or Japanese

727-623-9037 $$

outdoor seating, raw bar,

Rosie’s Tavern of Dunedin

150 Marina Plaza, Dunedin

Cuisine

authentic Italian cuisine, ex-

fresh fish, seafood

730 Broadway, Suite 1,

Marina, Dunedin,

Bella Brava

tensive wine list, pizza bar

727-733-2151 $-$$

204 Beach Dr.,

Guppy’s on the Beach Sea-

casual al fresco waterfront

NE St. Petersburg

food Grill & Bar

dining, salad and entrees

727-895-5515 $$

1701 Gulf Blvd., Indian Rocks

Thai Coconut

Italian

Beach,

1280 S. Missouri Ave., Clear-

Café Alma

727-593-2032 $$

water,

260 First Ave. S. St. Peters-

Seafood, steaks

727-475-1650 $$

burg

The Hangar Restaurant &

Seafood, extensive Thai menu,

727-502-5002 $$

Flight Lounge

sushi bar

Mediterranean

540 1st Street, SE, St. Peters-

Thai Spice Restaurant

Ceviche Tapas Bar

burg,

2475 McMullen Booth Rd. #B,

10 Beach Dr., St. Petersburg

727-823-7767 $$-$$$

Clearwater,

727-209-2299 $$

cafe, bistro, full- liquor bar

727-791-7050 $$

Spanish

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807 Gulf Way, St. Pete

2221 4th St. N

pa,813-286-7100 $$$

Beach

St. Petersburg

Beef,pork,lamb,chick

727-360-9558 $$

727895-6358 $$$

en, and sausage

Seafood, American

Fondue

Cauldron

Jo Jo’s in Citta

Moon Under Water

2302 E. Seventh Avenue,

200 Central Avenue, St.

332 Beach Dr. N.E.,

Ybor City 813-248-

Petersburg,

St. Petersburg

5694 $$$

727-894-0075 $$

727-896-6160 $$

Jamacian

traditional flavors or

English, Indian

Columbia Restaurant

Southern Italy, full bar,

Parkshore Grill

2117 E. Seventh Ave.,

wine list

300 Beach Drive, St.

Ybor City, Tampa,

Lanna Thai & Sushi

Petersburg,

813-248-4961 $$

4871 Park Street N., St.

727-896-3463 $$$

authentic Spanish/Cu-

Petersburg,

Fine food, wine

ban cuisine

727-545-3057 $$

The Pearl Restaurant

Fleming’s Prime Steak-

Thai cuisine, wine and

163 107th Ave., Trea-

house & Wine Bar

beer, sushi

sure Island

4322 West Boy Scout

Larry’s Giant Subs

727-360-9151 $$

Blvd., Tampa 813-874-

6896 U.S Hwy. 19 N.,

Mediterranean, Con-

9463 $$$$

Pinellas Park,

tinental

Steakhouse

727-828-0744 $

Red Mesa

Louis Pappas Market

authentic New York

4912 Fourth St. N., St.

Cafe

style subs and sand-

Petersburg

Shoppes at Citrus Park,

wiches

727-527-8728 $$

7877 Gunn Highway,

The Lobster Pot

Mexican

Ste. 106, Tampa,

17814 Gulf Blvd., Red-

Ricky P’s Po Boy Shop

813-926-5202 $-$$

ington Shores,

6521 4th Street North,

homemade soups,

727-391-8592 $$$

St. Petersburg,

mediterranean appetiz-

Lobsters from around

727-525-2023 $

ers, sandwiches, pizza

the world, fresh sea-

New Orleans cuisine

and entrees

food, distinctive meats

Spoto’s Grill 131

Maestro’s Cafe

Luna

13079 Park Blvd.,

Carol Morsani Hall

950 Lake Carillon Dr.

Seminole,

Lobby, S traz Perform-

(in the Hilton St. Pe-

727-393-1703 $$

ing Arts Center,

tersburg Carillon Park),

American, creative

1010 N. MacInnes

St. Petersburg,

meals and cocktails,

Place, Tampa,

727-954-2140 $$-$$$

steaks, seafood

813-229-7827 $$-$$$

first- class food, offer

The Wine Cellar

light buffet dining, lobby

health conscious, as

17307 Gulf Blvd., N.

restaurant

well as traditional,

Redington Beach,

Maestro’s on the River

selections

727-393-3491 $$$

Straz Performing Arts

Marchand’s Bar and

Shrimp, lobster tails,

Center, 1010 N. Ma-

Grill at the Vinoy

Mahi Mahi, American

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Straz Performing Arts

MFA Cafe in the Mu-

Antonio’s Pasta Grille

Center, 1010 MacInnes

seum of Fine Arts

11401 56th St. N.,

Place, Tampa,

255 Beach Drive N.E.,

Temple Terrace,

813-229-7827 $$$

St. Petersburg,

813-914-8899 $$

High quality dining

727-822-1032 $-$$

Italian, pizza

experience, New York

American style cafe,

Boizao Steakhouse

elegance flair

caters special events

4606 Boy Scout

Ocean Prime

The Melting Pot

Boulevard, Tam-

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Jackson’s Bistro

Shula’s Steak House

vegetarian and speciality

Armani’s

601 S. Harbour Island Blvd.,

4860 West Kennedy Blvd.

dishes

2900 Bayport Dr., Tampa

Tampa 813-277-0112 $$

Tampa

Texas de Brazil

813-207-6800 $$$

Eclectic & International, Sushi

813-286-4366 $$$

4112 W. Boy Scout Blvd..,

Italian

Louis Pappas Market Cafe

Steakhouse

Tampa

Bern’s Steakhouse

3409- D Bay to Bay Blvd.,

813-871-1400 $$$

1208 South Howard Ave.,

Tampa,

Sidebern’s

50 item gourmet salad area,

Tampa

813-839-0000 $-$$

2208 W. Morrison Ave., Tampa

beef, lamb, pork, chicken,

813-251-2421 $$$$

“New Generation Greek”,

813-258-2233 $$$

sausage and desserts

Steakhouse

homemade soups, salads,

Continental

Blvd., Tampa,

Toasted Pheasant Bistro

Byblos Cafe

sandwiches, pizza

T.C. Choy’s

813-490-5288 $$$

14445 N Dale Mabry Hwy,

2832 S. MacDill Ave.,

Malio’s Prime Steakhouse

301 S. Howard Ave., Tampa

American, world class wines,

Tampa

Tampa

400 N. Ashley Dr., Tampa

813-251-1191 $$

cocktails, Seafood, Steak

813-265-6700 $$

813-805-7977 $-$$

813-223-7746 $$$

Asian

Pappas Ranch

French, Medditerannean

Middle Eastern, Greek

Steakhouse

Timpano Italian Chophouse

11345 S.R 54, Odessa,

TooJay’s Gourmet Deli

The Capital Grille

Mise En Place

1610 W. Swann Ave., Tampa

727-376-3336 $$

2223 Westshore Blvd., Tampa

2223 N.Westshore Blvd.,

442 W Kennedy, Tampa

813-254-5870 $$

Salads, Steaks, Prime rib, hand

813-348-4101 $

Tampa

813-254-5373 $$$

Italian

spun recipes

New York delicatessen

813-830-9433 $$$

Continental

Wine Exchange Bistro

Samurai Blue

Vizcaya Rest. & Tapas Bar

American, Steakhouse

The Palm Restaurant

& Wine Bar

1600 E. 8th Ave., Centro Ybor

10905 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.,

Donatello

205 Westshore Plaza, Tampa

1611 W. Swann Ave.,

813-242-6688 $$

Tampa

232 N. Dale Mabry Ave.,

813-849-7256 $$$

Tampa

Japanese, Sushi

813-968-7400 $$-$$$

Tampa

American Italian

813-254-9463 $$

Seasons 52

Spanish & Tapas

813-875-6660 $$$

Pelagia Trattoria

Continental

Northern Italian

4200 Jim Walter Blvd., Tampa

Gallery Bistro

813-313-3235 $$$

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SOUTH HILLSBOROUGH

813-286-1152 $$$

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Grill and wine bar

717 South

Street. 2223 North Wests-

Pane Rustica

Cantina Laredo

Taj Indian Cuisine

717 S. Howard Ave., Tampa

hore Blvd, Tampa

3225 S. MacDill, Tampa

2000 Piazza Ave. ( Wesley

2734-B E. Fowler Ave., Tampa,

813-250-1661 $$$ Two

813-353-3838 $$

813-902-8828 $

Chapel, 813-907-3068 $$$

813-971-8483 $$

distinct cuisines using recipes

American

Bakery & Cafe

Authentic Mexican cooking

P.F. Chang’s

Kally-K’s Steakery

219 WestShore Plaza, Tampa

& Fishery

813-289-8400

3383 Commercial Way,

Restaurant BT

Spring Hill,

2507 S MacDill, Tampa

352-683-1364 $-$$

813-258-1916 $$$

Steak, grouper, prime rib, fish

French/Vietnamese Roy’s 4342 W. Boy Scout Blvd. Tampa 813-873-7697 $$$ Californian, Japanese, French Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse 1700 N. Westshore Blvd., Tampa 813-282-1118 $$$ Steakhouse Sangrias 315 S. Howard Ave, Tampa 813-258-0393 $$ Spanish

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Nightlife Blue Martini

Coyote Ugly Saloon

Fly Bar

Jack Willie’s

2223 N West Shore Blvd #

1722 East 7th Avenue

1202 N Franklin St., Tampa

1011 Saint Petersburg Dr W,

B203, Tampa

Between 17th & 18th, Tampa

813-275-5000

Oldsmar

813-873-2583

813-242-8856

Four Green Fields

813-854-1972

Boomerang Martini Bar

Crowbar

205 W Platt St, Tampa

Kahuna’s Bar & Grill

2016 Town Center Blvd,

1812 N 17th St.,Ybor City

813-254-4444

10515 Gandy Blvd., St. Pe-

Brandon

813-241-8600

Friendly Tavern

tersburg; 727-576-7800

18121 Gulf Blvd., Redington

Ka’Tiki

813-655-1700 Brahman Lounge & Liquors

Czar

Shores; 727-393-4470

8803 W Gulf Blvd., Treasure

CLUBS / BARS

9425 Causeway Blvd, Tampa

1430 E 7th Ave, Tampa

Fuma Bella

Island; 727-360-2272

717 South

813-626-7876

813-247-2664

1318 E Eighth Ave.,Ybor City

The Kennedy

717 South Howard Ave,

Caddy’s on the Beach

The Dallas Bull

813-248-6130

2408 W Kennedy Blvd.,

Tampa

900 W Gulf Blvd., Sunset

3322 U.S. 301 N, Tampa

G.Bar

Tampa

813-250-1661

Beach,

813-987-2855

1401 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

813-259-9669

Adobe Gila’s

Treasure Island

Daiquiri Deck & Oceanside

City;

Lit Cigar Lounge

1600 E. 8th Ave

727-360-4993

Grill

813-247-1016

615 Channelside Dr, Tampa

Suite D-204, Tampa,

Cafe Denali

14995 Gulf Blvd, Madeira

Gaspar’s Grotto

813-221-5548

813-241-8588

1327 East 7th Ave, Tampa

Beach

1805 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

The Lodge

Aja

813-287-9717

727-393-2706

City;

516 S Howard Ave., Tampa

290 South Meridian, Tampa

Castle Bar

Dave’s Aqua Lounge

813-248-5900

813-251-5634

813-373-2633

2004 N 16th St, Tampa

10820 Gandy Blvd. St. Peters-

Gators on the Pass

Mac Dinton’s

Aja Wiregrass

813-247-7547

burg; 727-576-1091

12754 Kingfish Drive, Trea-

405 S Howard Ave, Tampa

28211 Paseo Drive Suite 100,

Ceviche

The Dirty Martini

sure Island. 727-367-8951

813-251-8999

Wesley Chapel

10 Beach Drive, St. Peters-

25032 U.S. 19 N, Clearwater

Hammer Heads Billiard

Mad Dogs & Englishmen

813-994-0002

burg

727-796-2442

Lounge

4115 S Macdill Ave, Tampa

A Taste For Wine

727-209-2299

Dolce Vita Lounge

1916 U.S. 19 N, Holiday

813-832-3037

241 Central Ave., St. Peters-

The Chic-a-Boom Room

615 Channelside Dr, Tampa

727-939-9494

Mahuffer’s

burg

319 Main St., Dunedin,

813-579-7988

Hattrick’s

19201 Gulf Blvd., Indian

727-895-1623

727-736-5284

Drynk

107 S Franklin St., Tampa

Shores

Azalea Lounge

Club Excetera

302 S Howard Ave, Tampa

813-225-4288

727-596-0226

1502 N Florida Ave., Tampa

2520 N. 50th Street, Tampa

813-251-5552

Howl at the Moon

Mangroves Bar & Grill

813-228-0139

813-247-2970

Dubliner Pub

615 Channelside Drive,

208 S Howard Ave, Tampa

Bahama Breeze

Code

2307 W Azeele St, Tampa

Tampa

813-258-3302

3045 N Rocky Point Dr E,

1507 7th Ave, Tampa

813-258-2257

813-226-2261

Market on 7th

Tampa

813-247-9070

Dunedin Brewery

The Hub

1816 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

813-289-7922

The Columbia

937 Douglas Ave., Dunedin

19 N Franklin St., Tampa

City;

Bar Louie

2117 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

727-736-0606

813-229-1553

813-248-2356

2223 N West Shore Blvd #

City

Dunedin House of Beer

Hyde Park Cafe

Mastry’s

B202, Tampa

813-248-4961

927 A Broadway, Dunedin

1801 W Platt St, Tampa

233 Central Ave., St. Peters-

813-874-1919

Copper Top Pub

727-216-6318

813-254-2233

burg

Bella Brava

5112 E Fowler Ave., Tampa

The Emerald

The Independent

727-822-3070

204 Beach Dr. NE, St. Pete

813-988-8656

550 Central Ave., St. Peters-

29 3rd St N, St Petersburg

Mirage

727-895-5515

Club Kush

burg

727-820-9514

3605 W. Hilsborough Ave,

Bin 27 Bistro

4235 N. Armenia Ave, Tampa

727-898-6054

Jackson’s Bistro

Tampa

2702 W Kennedy Blvd, Tampa

813-443-5737

Empire Inc.

601 S Harbour Island Blvd

813-673-8835

813-878-2700

Club Syke

1902 E 7th Ave, Tampa

#100, Tampa

Mise En Place Restaurant

1509 E 8th Ave, Tampa

813-247-2582

813-277-0112

442 W Kennedy Blvd # 110,

813-247-6606

Tampa 813-254-5373

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Raw Bar

Swigwam Beach Bar

The Veranda at the Vinoy

332 Beach Dr NE, St Peters-

10008 N 30th St., Tampa

Downtown Tampa

336 Corey Ave., St. Pete

501 Fifth Ave. NE,

burg

813-971-1679

777 N Ashley Dr, Tampa

727-363-7944

St. Petersburg

727-896-6160

Peg’s Cantina

813-422-5220

Tampa Bay Brewing Co

727-894-1000

Mr. Dunderbak’s

3038 Beach Blvd., Gulfport

The Reservoir

1600 E 8th Ave # A123,

Whiskey Park North

14929 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.,

727-328-2720

1518 E Seventh Ave.,

Tampa

11921 N Dale Mabry Hwy #

Tampa

Prana

Ybor City

813-247-1422

6, Tampa

813-977-4104

1619 E 7th Ave

813-248-1442

Tank’s Tap Room

813-968-1515

New World Brewery

Tampa, FL 33605

The Retreat

13150 N Dale Mabry High-

Whitey’s Fox & Hounds

1313 E Eighth Ave.,Ybor City

813-241-4139

123 S Hyde Park Ave., Tampa

way, Tampa

Irish Pub

813-248-4969

Pop Lounge

813-254-2014

813-961-2337

229 E Brandon Blvd.,Brandon

O’Brien’s Irish Pub

1609 E 7th Ave, Tampa

Rick’s on the River

Taps Wine & Beer Merchants

813-685-8151

11744 N Dale Mabry High-

813-506-1889

2305 N Willow Ave., Tampa

777 N Ashley Drive, Tampa

Wine Exchange Bistro

way, Tampa

Press Box Sports Emporium

813-251-0369

813-463-1968

& Wine Bar

813-961-4092

222 S Dale Mabry Hwy,

Roy’s

Tavern At Bayboro

1611 W. Swann Ave., Tampa

O’Keefe’s Tavern

Tampa

4342 W Boy Scout Blvd,

121 7th Ave S, St Petersburg

813-254-9463

1219 S Fort Harrison Ave.,

813-876-3528

Tampa

727-821-1418

World of Beer

Clearwater

Push Ultra Lounge

813-873-7697

Tiny Tap Tavern

9524 W Linebaugh Ave,

727-442-9034

128 Third St. S,

Splitsville

2105 W Morrison Ave. Tampa

Tampa;

O’Maddy’s Bar & Grille

St. Petersburg

615 Channelside Drive,

813-258-5212

813-852-2337

5405 Shore Blvd, Gulfport

727-871-7874

Tampa

The Undertow

Yeoman’s Road Pub

727-323-8643

The Rack

813-514-2695

3850 Gulf Blvd.,

236 E Davis Blvd., Tampa

Palm Pavilion Grill & Bar

1809 W. Platt St, Tampa

Stroker’s

St Pete Beach

813-251-2748

10 Bay Esplanade, Clearwater

813-250-1595

11236 W Hillsborough Ave.,

727-368-9000

727-446-2641

Rare Olive

Tampa

The Venue

Peabody’s Billiards

300 Central Ave # 101,

813-814-2277

2675 Ulmerton Road, St.

15333 Amberly Drive, Tampa

St Petersburg

Studio Inc.

Petersburg; 727-571-2222

813-972-1725

727-822-7273

3603 W Waters Ave., Tampa 813-935-5212

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