St. Petersburg

5 New Restaurants Open In St. Pete

Doc’s Louisiana Boil Bike past 32nd Street North and Central Ave and you might catch a whiff of spicy Cajun sausage and fried okra from Doc’s Louisiana Boil, which opened quietly last month. Bringing a taste of home-cooked Louisiana cuisine to downtown, diners can enjoy grouper po’boys, garlic noodles and shrimp, and traditional seafood boils • Read More »

The Downtown Looper In St. Pete Expands Route And Hours

The Downtown Looper will expand its route and hours in October 2018 thanks to a $900,000 grant from the Florida Department of Transportation. The Looper, which is run by the St. Petersburg Downtown Partnership, the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority and the City of St. Petersburg, currently loops through through the downtown core, making stops at • Read More »

#SouthofCentral – South St. Pete Happenings You May Have Missed

While local treasures like Munch’s and The Chattaway remain firm favorites, the renaissance of South St. Pete has seen several new spots open #SouthofCentral, with more planned for the coming year. Here are a few you might have missed. Lolita’s Wine Market launched quietly at 16 18th Street S last week, just a couple of • Read More »

New Restaurant Round-Up: 4 New Restaurants Coming To St. Pete

Recently named one of USA TODAY’s most underrated food cities on the East Coast, St. Pete’s food scene shows no signs of slowing down. Here are four new restaurants hitting our bikeable downtown soon. Dr. BBQ Known locally as “Dr. BBQ”, longtime member of the Barbecue Hall of Fame Ray Lampe is teaming up with • Read More »

Construction Expected To Begin On New St. Pete Pier This Month

From its humble beginnings as a railroad trestle devoted to the delivery of goods into the city from Tampa Bay, St. Petersburg’s pier has seen a number of changes over its storied 100-year lifespan. Among other designs, the city has known the “Million Dollar” pier with its Mediterranean revival architecture, as well as the famed • Read More »

100,000 trips, and rolling! 

You all pedaled your way to the major milestone, crossing 100,000 trips, Friday afternoon with a ride from Curtis Hixon Park to  MacDill Park in Tampa. This comes just two days after the City of Tampa was designated a Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists. Coast reached the 100,000 mile • Read More »

Coast is officially open in St. Pete!

Tuesday, November 1st was an amazing morning for a magnitude of reasons. With the air hovering in the low 70s and the sunrise over the bay, the morning was already one to be thankful for at the site home to the currently under construction St. Pete Pier. Taking it all in, it was almost easy • Read More »

St. Pete will be Coasting in No Time! Preview the Hub Locations

The time has come! We’ll begin hub installations this Thursday, October 27th, in the City of St. Petersburg ahead of the system’s soft launch. The soft launch system will include 100 demo bicycles and 10 hubs along the waterfront and Central Avenue corridor. The 10 hub locations are as follows: Bay Shore Dr. & 5th Ave • Read More »