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18SepAll You Can Wine Wednesday at District Tavern

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District Tavern

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18SepFamily Truck

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Pinot's Palette

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18SepCredit Builder- Downtown Tampa

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GTE Financial

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18SepArmature Works Run Club - September 18th

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18Sep$5,000 Guaranteed PLO Tournament at Silks

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18SepSeptember Tech Fest

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Sweet Soul
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This is the best acai bowl/smoothie bowl place in Tampa! Sweet Soul has so many different topping choices and their chia seed pudding is delish!

Pros: Topping choices, food quality, clean

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This is by far my favorite restaurant in Tampa. Everything on the menu is phenomenal- the pizzas, the homemade pastries, the croissant sandwiches- I definitely recommend to anyone looking for a cute French/Italian restaurant in downtown Tampa.

813Area has new update 5 hours ago Quick Strikes: Lightning lose preseason opener to Jerks 3-0
Sep 17, 2019; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Scott Wedgewood (29) defends against the Carolina Hurricanes during the first period at Amalie Arena.  | Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports and what’s going to happen to Mikhail Sergachev next summer? The Bolts The Tampa Bay Lightning kicked off their 2019 preseason with a disappointing 3-0 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes at home. The team took a grand total of six penalties, lost the shot battle in an embarrassing way, and lost Alex Killorn partially through the game due to a precautionary injury scare. You can read about all three of these in Bryan Burns’ Three Things recap of the game. [NHL dot com] “Did they really have a lot of dangerous shots from the slot? I’m not sure about that. We should look at it. But, I think a lot of them was a lot of point shots that were just low to high, quick shot to the net,” Lightning forward Danick Martel said. “Hopefully, we just bring this down, but I don’t think that’s a big thing in the first few games of preseason.” As always, make sure to follow Matthew Esteves and the Raw Charge account on Twitter. Matt has expanded credentials this season from the Lightning so he’ll be able to give us deeper insight into the team. No update on Alex Killeen from Jon Cooper, but did mention it was precautionary. Liked what he saw from Stephens and Colton. Was more concerned with the number of penalties taken this evening. Especially since it’s been a point of emphasis this camp to reduce them.— Matthew Esteves (@mattestevesSBN) September 18, 2019 More on Killorn, he is one of the NHLPA player representatives so he gave a bit of a debrief regarding the current status of the CBA negotiations that have been extended until the summer of 2022. #tblightning @NHLPA player rep Alex Killorn said not re-opening CBA a sign of good faith, could see agreeing to an extension in next few years. “Talks were definitely not contentious. If both sides talk amicably, I think we can get something done. Both sides have leverage.”— Joe Smith (@JoeSmithTB) September 17, 2019 Pierre LeBrun speaks about next year’s RFA Mikhail Sergachev and what the defensive RFA market means for him and the Lightning. How Werenski/Provorov/McAvoy finally got done and how the talented trio offers fresh comparables for next year’s young RFA D including Sergachev and Chabot... my Monday piece:— Pierre LeBrun (@PierreVLeBrun) September 16, 2019 The Prospects The Syracuse Crunch are looking for new members for it’s Fan Advisory Board! If you’re so inclined, go check it out and make a real impact on your favourite AHL team! We’re accepting applications for this season’s Fan Advisory Board.The Fan Advisory Board connects fans with the front office and encourages members to bring concerns and provide innovative suggestions for improving the fan experience.Apply Now:— Syracuse Crunch (@SyracuseCrunch) September 17, 2019 Up in Minnesota, Samuel Walker is having a lot of fun. He’s the “W” in BMW! Coach Motzko hasn't asked for our input on #Gophers lines yet for this year, but we're pretty sure he'll reunite the BMW Line if enough people like this tweet.— Minnesota Men’s Hockey (@GopherHockey) September 17, 2019 The Game Getting back to RFAs, Boston’s Brandon Carlo signed a two-year extension, worth $2.85 million annually. A hell of a deal. Carlo and the Bruins agree to a 2-year contract with an annual cap hit of $2.85 million:— Joe McDonald (@JoeyMacHockey) September 17, 2019 With Brandon Carlo under contract in #Boston, there are now 8 Restricted Free agents still left unsigned.— CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) September 17, 2019 In other RFA defensemen, there is bad blood between Anthony DeAngelo and the New York Rangers, especially their fans, which is why contract talks have been so difficult. [Blueshirt Banter] David Quinn did get the best out of the young defenseman in the second half of the season, but we’re still just a year removed from DeAngelo spending a majority of his time in the AHL to go along with all the off-ice issues he had prior to arriving in New York in June 2017. In a lot of respects, this is DeAngelo’s last ticket at the NHL level, even with last year’s strong play. This is his third NHL team since being taken 19th overall by Tampa Bay in 2014, and if he had the value he believes he does, wouldn’t he have garnered an offer sheet by now? In addition, an added dynamic to the situation is the limited funds at the Rangers’ disposal. Check out this interesting perspective from a non-hockey fan who became a regular participant in the NHL video games. [Kotaku] I couldn’t tell you the name of the cover athlete of EA’s NHL 20 off the top of my head. For that matter, I couldn’t identify the players on the cover of NHL 18 or 19 ,despite both games still being installed on my Xbox One dashboard. I have little knowledge of the real-life sport of ice hockey, but damn do I love playing video game versions of it. Some news in the NWHL. First, the Boston Pride have been bought by a venture capitalist named Mile Arone. [The Ice Garden] Since that time, Arnone has kept an eye on the women’s game. He was a regular in the stands for the Pride’s home games through the NWHL’s first four years of operation and is a father of two young hockey-playing daughters, who both proudly wear Jillian Dempsey jerseys. He’s still waiting to tell them the big news. Right now, Arnone’s money is on his older daughter figuring it out on her own through social media. Second, former Maple Leafs enforcer Colton Orr will be behind the bench for the Connecticut Whale this season as a coach. BREAKING NEWS: NHL veteran Colton Orr (@EnforceOrr) and NWHL veteran Laura Brennan (@laurayobrennan) will coach the @CTWhale_NWHL for the 2019-20 season. : : Bryan Johnson— NWHL (@NWHL) September 17, 2019
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5 hours ago Police: 20-year-old man shot and killed in St. Pete
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (WFLA) – Police say a man was riding a bicycle when he was fatally shot in St. Petersburg on Tuesday. Police said 20-year-old Marquis Scott was found wounded near the intersection of Queensboro Avenue South and Yale Street around 10 p.m. “Several shots were fired and when we arrived we found that […]
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5 hours ago Tampa City Council passes $1B budget
Tampa City Council on Tuesday night passed Mayor Jane Castor's $1 billion fiscal year 2020 budget. The mayor's office released a statement after the unanimous vote. “Our FY 2020 budget is a big step forward for our city — one that will allow us to tackle real issues, strengthen our community, and ensure all neighborhoods benefit from our success," Castor said. "It is a budget that balances needs and wants with ensuring our financial stability. It addresses many years of deferred maintenance…
Dulce Lucas on Brick House Tavern & Tap
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Brick House Tavern & Tap
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Brick House is located in a great center! It's 5 minutes away from the Tampa International Plaza and Westshore Plaza as well. Right next to Target, Whole Foods, Home Goods, Walmart and more! The food selection is delicious and their happy hour is a reasonably priced with cocktails, beers and apps on special. The service is always amazing and they have the prettiest girls working!

Pros: Selection of foods. Ranging from Thai Chicken Salad, 1/2 rack of ribs, chicken pot pie which is a classic there and many more. They always deliver fast and great service.

Cons: Football Sunday. The atmosphere is what you would expect a local sports bar would be on a football Sunday. Not saying it's not fun, because they are the best days to go in, but the parking is horrid and the service isn't the best because it is so busy but other than that there are no other cons.

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Ebisu Sushi Shack
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Jillian Conway on The Hub
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The Hub
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The Hub is one of those smoke-filled dive bars that you just have to love. It's a place where only locals hang out and there's even a liquor store inside, so if you want to bring the fun home, they make it easy!

Nicholas Day on Pinot's Palette
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Pinot's Palette
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One of the most fun things to do in Brandon! Definitely great for a date in Tampa

Wednesday Specials in Tampa

East! Japanese Kitchen Bar & Grill

2701 E Fowler Ave , Tampa FL, 33612
Happy Hour 4-7 PM
$3 Draft beer & House Wine
$5 Select Cocktails
$2 off all liquor

Appetizers, $1
Classic Rolls, $2
Specialty Rolls, $3

10% Off re-opening
15% Off USF Students

Eddie V's Prime Seafood

4400 W Boy Scout Blvd. , Tampa FL, 33607
Happy Hour 4-7 PM
Reduced Teasers, Apps, & select Cocktails & Wines by the Glass $8


100 W John F Kennedy Blvd. , Tampa FL, 33602
Trivia Night w/ Trivia Nation!
$3 3 Daughters Brewing Beer
$3 Captain Morgan Cannon Blast Shot

Happy Hour 4-7pm
1/2 off beer and wine
$5 cocktail of the day
$5 app

O'Brien's Irish Pub | Brandon

701 W. Lumsden Rd. , Brandon FL, 33511
Happy Hour – Monday through Friday, 11am-7pm, $1 off all drinks

Jack Honey and Jack Fire $5

Monday - Friday 20% off 7pm - close

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