New Asian concept, Mangosteen, will open in St. Petersburg this month

It’s next to Boutique and Pacific Counter.

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Whether you’re looking for tacos, tapas or yakitori, Mangosteen will have you covered when it comes to the 600 Block in Downtown St. Petersburg in the coming weeks.

The concept is set to open right next to Boutique and Pacific Counter, according to I Love the Burg, at 656 Central Ave. in downtown. Its original opening date was back in August, according to the local publication, but its Instagram now has the opening happening in October.

The menu will also feature extensive sushi offerings, as well as tropical cocktails, which you’ll be able to enjoy on indoor and outdoor seating from the looks of the rendering (pictured above).

Mangosteen is currently hiring for all positions, and you can get contact details and other information via mangosteenstpete.com.

To keep up with the restaurant and its official opening date, you can follow their Instagram (@mangosteen_stpete) or check out its Facebook page.

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