Dunkin Donuts on Bloomingdale ave in Brandon will debut them on Halloween..I know this because I'm the General manager :)
How sad. :(
Are you high! 3 stars is ridiculous. This place is a St. Pete/Treasure Island staple.
i luv this we can support 30 breweries/brewpubs but not a sports team...and i'm one of them
True story - I once drove straight thru from Kentucky just to satisfy my wet burrito craving! Love this place!
But why only three stars?
I just went there tonight with a friend. All I can say is WOW!! It's the best Mediterranean food I've had in the Tampa Bay area, period. I worked in Saudi Arabia for over 9 years so I know good Mediterranean and this is it. What impressed me very much was the fresh soft warm pita bread they bring with the meal. It was awesome, not just some pita out of a plastic bag but tasted like it was fresh out of the oven. I had the Sampler platter with hummus, babaghanoush, labneh, grape leaves and salad with feta cheese as well as 4 delicious falafel. I had the mint tea which was fantastic. I also requested some hot sauce and was brought some green sauce that was indeed hot and tasty, made in the restaurant. I will DEFINITELY go back every time I'm in Ybor. It's very cheap for the amount of food they bring and the flavors are enough to keep you coming back again and again.
What time does it start?
Jason is a true culinary wizard and St Pete is blessed to have him!
what??? a Dan Savage reference??? be still my heart!!! There is an enlightened person in Tampa Bay. Hope swells in my boosum
Awesome article! Very informative and interesting.
Really love this article. I've spent a lot of time in the Bay Area and cherish China Town with all of its exotic charm. This article transported me right back there with all the sights, sounds and aromas of a busy oriental market. Great job. ps love the photographs, are those stock photos?
Seminole Heights is well aware of Saint Somewhere and a big fan of Bob's work.
Sidebern's was cool... oh well.
Extremely loud. Not an ideal place to enjoy a dinner and conversation.
Agreed that the decor is breath taking but the food was lacking the same flare. With a group of varied diet preferences all left a bit let down. Two vegetarians at the table were served less than desirable typical veg choices. Nothing special. The Mac n cheese is far from the savory butter beer and cheese rich we were expecting. Just blan. While we had fun with our company and tasting the beers with the tour were an added bonus, I doubt we will be back for the food. Maybe just a drink to catch the sunset is enough. Really wish the "chefs" would consult with real people about what they want and make something for everyone (veg heads included) that's just as exciting.
The website has a PDF menu link with prices.
Too many of CL reviews fail to mention prices. Going to Ulele website and looking at their menu shows no prices either. Guess it's part of appearing to be an upscale place.
I had a completely different experience. Overpriced and bland are the words everyone at my table used to describe the food.
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