Wordier Than Thou’s Tiffany Razzano just gets more and more creative in her ways to share the written word with the public. On Saturday she and 12 authors hosted a get together titled Eat Our Words: Local Authors Serve Up Dishes Inspired by Their Books. The concept was brilliant. Authors would come up with a dish related to their book, prepare it, and serve it to attendees at the event, all while promoting and signing their books. It was held at the Ale and the Witch in St. Petersburg on Saturday afternoon
So, you're in the mood for authentic Mexican grub but you want to pay authentic Mexican street food prices. Solution? Acapulco's Taqueria!
This Tampa gem is kind of hidden in a strip center north on Kennedy on MacDill Ave. On my recent lunch-time visit it was packed with working folks. The parking lot stuffed with work trucks grabbing some lunch hour food and somehow I knew this was the real deal.
Another burger store has joined the ranks of patty spots in South Tampa. The new Shula Burger is about three blocks from Burger Fi and about half a mile from Goody-Goody, both contenders for those hungry for some ground beef goodness. The store has taken over the former Pita Pit, and is located in a small shopping center along with DP Dough and Noodle Kitchen and Market, all right on the path for those partying in Soho.
It's moniker comes from the storied NFL Legend and Hall of Fame Coach Don Shula, coach of the champion Miami Dolphins, and joins the family of other restaurants including Shula’s Steak House, and Shula’s 347 Grill. Coach Shula attended the grand opening.
The eatery features a bright and modern interior. The menu offers several variations on burgers, along with a chicken sandwich, a veggie burger, and salads. One of the unique things about their food is the source. According to owner Zydrunas “Z” Rackauskas, Shula Burger uses the same beef as Shula’s Steakhouse. The burgers are a blend of black Angus Chuck, short rib, and brisket.
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