McDonald's is overhauling its dining experience by phasing out self-serve soft drink fountains. The company has announced plans to eliminate these machines from all its dining rooms by 2032.
A McDonald’s franchise that controls 12 restaurants in metro New Orleans violated child labor laws and has hired more than 80 minors in two states, the U.S. Department of Labor said Tuesday.
There's a place on old US 41 right at the bridge over the Withlacoochee River where tall tales are told, the food is good, and the beer is cold.
Next Sunday, June 4, will be Sea Hags Bar and Grill on Blind Pass Road’s last day in business. The waterfront restaurant is closing after close to 15 years in business.
At the Sōl Bistro restaurant in St. Petersburg, they like to give just about anything new purpose, including the lamp skeletons hanging from the ceiling.
At many U.S. Krispy Kreme locations, it pays to study.
Have you ever stood there in Publix, staring at the freezer section, trying to decide on an ice cream flavor? Perhaps Bear Claw, It's Your Birthday Cake!, or maybe even the limited-edition Hula Hula Macadamia.
Tampa’s Super Bowl 55 game set the national spotlight on local businesses, and that exposure was transformative for two Tampa restaurants.
Not only is the owner of Nona’s Slice House in Safety Harbor a world-champion pizza acrobat, but his pizzas are award-winning as well.
Tucked away in Safety Harbor is a special pizza business that is run by a world champion acrobat.
A new market is bringing Italian delicacies to St. Petersburg.
A staple of Ybor City is shutting its doors next month after 93 years in business.
Over at Moschella's Italian Eatery & Market, fresh pasta is made every day. There's a huge meat and cheese section, plus tons of wines. They also have an entire wall of grab & go meals, as well as a display case filled with Italian classics.
Every day is Father's Day for one Safety Harbor restaurant owner. It's even in the establishment’s name, Daddy Dawgs.
A pizza house that has been a staple in the Bradenton community for almost 50 years is closing its doors on Saturday.
A St. Petersburg café is serving up a slice of immersive art alongside salads and sandwiches.
Jay Luigi recently opened in St. Petersburg. Here, you’ll find fresh pastas, naturally fermented, wild yeast Roman-style and Neapolitan-style pizzas, traditional Italian small plates and fresh salads make up the menu.
Exactly 34 years ago this month, an unknown Australian-themed restaurant opened the doors of its first location on Henderson Boulevard in Tampa. Now, it's grown into a billion-dollar brand we all know today as Outback Steakhouse, but it wouldn't have been possible without great staff from the start.
Kojaks House of Ribs was a South Tampa staple for 43 years but owner Chris Forney, who sold the barbeque restaurant last year, is hoping to have the same success in Seffner.
Inside this Shell gas station in Riverview, you'll find Diesel Pizza, Capital Tacos, and Jeremiah’s Italian Ice. Diesel Pizza is owned by Jason Brunetti, who has owned and operated pizza restaurants in Manhattan, and his partner, Luca Marcato, is a classically trained chef from Milan, Italy.