St. Petersburg’s ‘On The Fly’ food hall will open in November

Contactless pickup is available.

click to enlarge St. Petersburg’s ‘On The Fly’ food hall will open in November
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A new food hall in St. Petesburg is set to open its doors on Nov. 16.

On The Fly, which was announced by Ciccio Restaurant Group in late August, will feature local favorites Better Byrd, Sweet Soul and Fresh Kitchen, as well as new addition Taco Dirty.

The hall is located at 4447 Fourth St. N., and will offer outdoor seating for all its restaurants. Options for contactless pick-up and delivery will also be available, according to a press release.

“The way people experience food has been continuously changing since the pandemic began, and we wanted to offer people the option to enjoy fresh, healthy, reasonably priced food however they are most comfortable,” said Ciccio Restaurant Group Founder James Lanza.

In St. Pete, face coverings are required while in restaurants, and social distancing must be maintained.

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