Nitally's surprises St. Petersburg diners with announcement of second location

Spread the word.

Expected to return to St. Pete, Nitally's is known for fusing Mexican and Thai flavors together. - James Ostrand
James Ostrand
Expected to return to St. Pete, Nitally's is known for fusing Mexican and Thai flavors together.


Thai-Mex food spot Nitally’s is going back to its old stomping grounds. After closing in the Grand Central District in June, the popular St. Petersburg restaurant made the move to South Pasadena, but St. Pete diners have received some surprising (and exciting) news.

On Tuesday, Jan. 1, Nitally’s announced in a Facebook post that a second location will open in St. Pete.

“We are still working on getting the new place ready and getting our ducks in a row ( again ) 😂😂😂 ,” reads a portion of the update, “as soon as progress moves us closer along we will let you guys know where we are landing 😃.”

The restaurant, known for fusing Mexican and Thai flavors together, has encouraged diners to spread the word.

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