Thursday, January 24, 2013
Seminole Heights Local Menu
The following content is a collaborative effort between Seminole Heights Patch and the businesses of Seminole Heights. By producing a digital version of the Eat, Drink & Shop Local Guide, we hope to share the information among even more people in Seminole Heights. According to the Eat Drink and Shop Local guide: “Eat Drink & Shop Local” is an effort to build awareness of the importance to support locally owned business, no franchises or big box retailers. Our goal is simple: To change our buying habits and unite us as a community by combining our greatest resources. We have local customers and local brick & mortars, thus we can enjoy what our local small businesses offer. We then not only strengthen our local economy, but experience and …
Saturday, November 24, 2012
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Sunday, November 18, 2012
The business opened this summer.
Thursday, November 15, 2012
The restaurant opened in October.
It's part bakery, part diners dream. Sabroso Cuban Restaurant, 5214 N. Nebraska Avenue, offers favorites like empanadas, fried plantains and guava and cheese turnovers. Fresh cuban bread is made daily in a bakery attached to the restaurant, and an upstairs banquet room is used for overflow dining or special events. Carry out is also available. Spanish paella will be added to the menu soon, and a full Thanksgiving dinner is available for guests to order, said manager Arno Sinram. Owners Anita and Louis Capdevila - who also own La Teresita on what some call "Boliche Boulevard" in west Tampa - opened Sabroso in October. The couple live in Dade City, but Anita has Seminole Heights roots. "I grew up in this neighborhood," she said, "so I'm back…
Thursday, November 8, 2012
The business is located on the Hillsborough River.
Yoga, boxing and martial arts are a few Tampa Bay options for couch potatoes or athletes-in-training who want to stay in shape. Aimee and Michael Conlee hope to add one more fitness routine to the region's vocabulary: Stand up paddle boarding. The couple own and operate Urban Kai, a stand up paddle boarding shop on the Hillsborough River that offers tours, merchandise - including waterproof headphones and floating sunglasses - and classes at $30 per hour for beginners. “This sport is kind of therapeutic," said Michael Conlee. "It can be aggressive or as hard as you want to make it, or subtle and graceful as you want.” We recently talked to the Conlee's at their shop, 2305 N. Willow Avenue, about how they got into the paddling business and …