Tampa Bay's 25 most important old-school lunch spots

If it ain't broke, don't fix it. What we have here are a few of Tampa Bay's OG lunch hangouts. In other…

By CL Staff

Munch’s Sundries
    3920 6th St. S. St. Petersburg,FL
    Founded in 1952, Munch’s Sundries have been quite busy since then. They’ve been featured on Diners Drive Ins and Dives, as well as becoming the go-to place for many St. Pete residents. Sundries’ offers a huge breakfast menu, along with burgers, fries, chicken and more.
    Photo via Munich’s Sundries/Facebook
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20 Tampa Bay tourist attractions that are actually worth the struggle

Like most of Florida, there’s a lot of touristy crap in Tampa Bay. And frankly, some of it can be, well... not…

By CL Staff

Grab a cold beer on the Tampa Riverwalk
    Tampa’s latest downtown attraction is, well, pretty much the coolest part of downtown. From the Channelside District up along the east side of the Hillsborough River to Tampa Heights and the very hip restaurants and event spaces of the old Armitage Works building, this pedestrian thoroughfare ties together everything from public art and retail to parks, culture and dining. Park the car and get culture all around downtown (The Straz! The Tampa Museum of Art! The library!) on foot, rental bike or water taxi, popping in here or there to cool off. It’s a day well spent.
    Downtown Tampa along the eastern shore of the Hillsborough River.
    Photo via Visit Tampa Bay
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