St. Pete Beach hotel Postcard Inn adds new food, beverage spots

Mark your calendar for the grand opening.

Postcard Inn on the Beach has undergone a $4.8 million transformation. - Tampa Bay Newswire
Tampa Bay Newswire
Postcard Inn on the Beach has undergone a $4.8 million transformation.

New food and beverage offerings have arrived at Postcard Inn on the Beach. The additions from TPG Hotels and Resorts, which owns Postcard Inn, mark the completion of the St. Pete Beach property's $4.8 million transformation.

Serving a bill of Kahwa Coffee, P.S. Grind is a one-stop shop at the hotel for caffeine, as well as pastries and salads. The coffee shop flows into the lobby, where there's plenty of seating options for guests and locals alike.

Other amenities include complimentary parking — spaces will be allocated for P.S. Grind customers — and Wi-Fi.

Meanwhile, bistro dining with signature dishes and cocktails are planned at Stamps. Its price point should cater to nearly every budget.

Walk outside and guests will also find the new large tiki bar offering beach-inspired bites and even more seats.

Postcard Inn is scheduled to welcome these offerings during a grand opening celebration, beginning at 9 a.m. March 1. Free drip coffee and menu tastings are open to the public, and the same goes for drink specials from Stamps and PCI Beach Bar until late.

An evening party on the sand, featuring a bonfire and live music, rounds out the festivities.

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