Catch up with your friends over a bite to eat at Five Bucks Drinkery, a local American bistro.
With no low-fat options served, come ready to eat your heart out.
Just because you're out on the town doesn't mean you have to miss the game. TVs are on in the bar area to give you all the latest scores.
Large groups will appreciate Five Bucks Drinkery for its ability to seat them quickly.
Five Bucks Drinkery's outdoor seating is available during the warmer months.
Patrons are often seen swaying in their seats thanks to performances from Five Bucks Drinkery's live musical groups or DJs.
Five Bucks Drinkery has live DJs spinning some evenings.
Those that prefer some music with their meal will find live tunes at Five Bucks Drinkery.
This restaurant is very loud, so prepare for a wall of sound.
The dress code is strictly casual at Five Bucks Drinkery, so come as you are (and as you are comfortable).
For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go.
Parking is easy at Five Bucks Drinkery, especially those looking to park on the street or in a lot close by.
You won't get sticker shock from your bill at Five Bucks Drinkery — prices are usually less than $15.
At Five Bucks Drinkery, you have the option of paying by major credit card.
At Crowley's Downtown, traditional Irish meals commence with an authentic plate of Irish bangers ($6.50), paired with a side of mashed potatoes and gravy. Go entreeing with the slammin' cod sandwich ($9), with Guinness-battered fried cod gently hugged by bread. After 4 p.m., the traditional Irish stew ($13.50) quiets grumbling tummies with a brimming mix of lamb, potatoes, and carrots. For dessert, liquor and cheesecake combine superpowers like Captain Planet receiving an eye transplant from Cyclops to form the unstoppable Bailey's Irish cheesecake ($5). Barley buffs can comb the pub's page-turning beer list, which includes Irish specialties like Magners Irish Cider and Murphy's Irish Stout, as well as a few American variations, such as Rogue Shakespeare Stout, a creamy, mellow beer.
The Moon Under Water's kitchen is helmed by executive chef Michael Crippin, who was born in England and received his culinary training in London. Mr. Crippin has gone on to whip up artful sustenance for a variety of celebrities, including Madonna, Bruce Willis, Prince Charles, and William Howard Taft. His culinary style intermingles British and Indian flavors, which can be found on The Moon's menu.
Ruby's speakeasy-style cantina slings frothy brews and heady cocktails against the velvety melodies of live jazz and blues crooners. Jazz jams on Monday nights highlight some of the area's most notable brass blowers, providing a stellar soundtrack for sipping on a slew of bottled beers ($2.95–$5.95), voluptuous vinos ($6.95 / house wines, $10.95 / upper-level varietals), and craft suds and ciders from Magic Hat, Stella Artois, and Strongbow ($4.95). Air-trumpet along to the infectious melodies bursting from Lounge Cat's weekly sets while raising a spiced-pear or espresso martini ($8.95) to the Ruby's pin-up style décor and bronzed collection of discarded mouthpieces and pork-pie hats.
Max & Sam's Bar & Grill carries on a classic neighborhood-chophouse tradition with hand-cut steaks and seafood served within dark-wood-paneled walls built in 1924 and brushed against by the likes of Al Capone, Marilyn Monroe, and Joe DiMaggio. Under the gaze of jazz-age crooners swirled onto framed canvases, soaking up aromatic inspiration for their next musical meditation on cheese grits, the five-course meal kicks off its culinary set list with parmesan-crusted beef tips or calamari. Bowls of the chef's french-onion or soup du jour, depending on whether jour is in season, set the scene for a simple house salad of mixed greens and veggies.
Take a table at The Burg Bar and Grill in Saint Petersburg and look forward to your next meal.
There are no low-fat options here, though, so save a few extra calories for your next visit.
Ready for a drink to unwind? At The Burg Bar and Grill, you can pair your meal with something from their full bar.
Fridays are for fun! Come check out the vibe at The Burg Bar and Grill.
Dine out in the open during The Burg Bar and Grill's summer season when patio tables are available for use.
The large dining space at The Burg Bar and Grill provides quick and easy seating options for large groups.
Don't go off the grid! With the free wifi at The Burg Bar and Grill, you can surf the web and get some work done.
The restaurant can get full to bursting on a busy Friday or Saturday night, so the safest bet is to call ahead for a reservation.
Whether you're coming from work or a ballgame, the dress code at laid-back The Burg Bar and Grill is come-as-you-are.
Don't want to go out tonight but still want great food? Order takeout or delivery from The Burg Bar and Grill.
Looking for something delicious to serve at your next party? The Burg Bar and Grill also offers catering.
Street parking is always accessible for those dining at The Burg Bar and Grill.
For those who travel by bike, The Burg Bar and Grill offers bike racks for diners.
A mid-priced establishment, The Burg Bar and Grill offers meals that typically cost about $30 or less.