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Red Robin

A new Red Robin opened up in the last few months at my local mall. I’ve never been to a Red Robin before so I was interested to give it a try. I ordered a burger with pepper jack cheese, a special sauce and onion straws, served with their bottomless steak fries. Dinner was a bitContinue reading “Red Robin”

Council Oak Steakhouse

The Council Oaks restaurant located inside the Hard Rock Casino. For a fairly expensive and highly reviewed restaurant, I really expected a lot more. The décor was nice, a little bit dark but extremely loud. Our party had to raise our voices several times just to hear each other over the roar. We had twoContinue reading “Council Oak Steakhouse”

Joey Brooklyn’s Famous Pizza

Even though they are a little slow on the delivery Joey Brooklyn’s is worth the wait. So far I’ve tried pepperoni pizza, hot wings, chicken parm sandwich and calzones from them. The pizza was big, greasy and delicious, just like you would expect for New York style pizza. The chicken parmesan sandwich I wasn’t thatContinue reading “Joey Brooklyn’s Famous Pizza”

Crowley’s Pub

Crowley’s Pub came well reviewed and surprisingly lived up to the hype. A small restaurant/pub on Central Ave in downtown St. Pete, there is ample seating outside on the sidewalk and inside is cozy with a full bar. Crowley’s is kinda Irish-themed, featuring a couple of Irish & English dishes, like Shepard’s (Crowley’s) Pie, bangersContinue reading “Crowley’s Pub”

Smokey Bones

Smokey Bones is a combination sports bar & restaurant. If you want a nice quiet dinner definitely don’t eat at the high-tops in the bar area. I’m not a big lover of the high-top, my legs are too short and it starts to hurt after a while. When I walked in I immediately smelled theContinue reading “Smokey Bones”

P. F. Changs

It seems like it’s getting harder and harder to find decent Chinese food these days. Everywhere I look, all the Chinese places are counter-service or buffets, sometimes you just want a nice sit-down Chinese dinner, freshly made with quality ingredients. You might be wondering where I’m going with this, so I’m pleased to say P. F.Continue reading “P. F. Changs”

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