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Where To Watch the Buccanneers in Tampa | Sports Bars, Venues, and More
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Where To Practice Golf in Tampa
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26SepOktoberfest at The Landing
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Tomorrow at 12:00 – Sep 27, 01:30 AM

The Landing Bar & Grill

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26SepNWB Oktoberfest 2020
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Tomorrow at 11:00 – 11:30 pm

New World Brewery

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Nicholas Day
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Coastal Flavors at the Best Mediterranean Restaurants in Tampa
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25SepHOWL-O-SCREAM 2020
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Today at 07:00 PM - Nov 1, 09:00 PM

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

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25Sep$10 Laser Tag @ Laser Ops
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Today at 07:00 PM - 07:00 pm

Laser Ops Extreme Gaming Arcade - Tampa

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25SepUndr:wtr Fridays
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Today at 07:00 PM - 11:59 pm

WTR Pool & Grill

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813area has new update 14 hours ago Lightning Round: Who’s in net for the back-to-back?
Photo by Andy Devlin/NHLI via Getty Images There’s no doubt for the Lightning, Dallas has options On May 11, 2018 the Washington Capitals scored four times against Andrei Vasilevskiy in two periods. He was replaced by Louis Domingue in the third period and the Tampa Bay Lightning lost Game One of the Eastern Conference Finals. Since then, the Lightning have played 32 playoff games and Vasilevskiy has been the only netminder to appear between the pipes for them. No periods off and certainly no games off. Don’t expect that to change due to the back-to-back games the Lightning and the Dallas Stars are playing starting on Friday. Coach Cooper is going to ride his Vezina finalist goaltender as much as he can (after all Vasy can rest all he wants in about a week no matter what happens). Barring an injury or a multiple-OT game on Friday, Curtis McElhinney will be watching the next two games from the Lightning bench. On the other bench it’s a toss-up as to who might play in the games. The Stars entered the playoffs with the best goaltending tandem in the league and were most likely willing to play both Anton Khudobin and Ben Bishop as they made their way through the Western Conference. That didn’t happen. Bishop was injured to start the post-season, and when he did make it into a game against Colorado, was ineffective and quickly declared “unfit”. Khudobin, a career back-up and journeyman put the Stars on his affable back and carried them to the Stanley Cup Final. In Game One he stoned the Lightning during their third-period assault on his net. Game Two saw him give up three goals in the first period, but they were hardly his fault. Goal One: Brayden Point - shot from the slot that hit a stick and changed direction abruptly. Goal Two: Ondrej Palat - defense allows Nikita Kucherov to slide a pass across the ice to a wide-open Palat. Maybe Dominik Hasek makes the save, but no mortal goalie does. Goal Three: Kevin Shattenkirk from the point on a shot that hit a defender and changed directions. The NBC crew opined that it might be time to pull him, obviously forgetting the other three or four chances that Khudobin denied the Lightning at point-blank range (in the game Palat was denied three times on prime scoring chances). As the Stars chipped away at the lead, Dhobby locked down the net. He did look a little shaky in Game Three, especially on Steven Stamkos’ goal where he was well off his mark. Perhaps fatigue had finally caught up to him and Rick Bowness was right to give him a break in the third period. That leads us to tonight. With some cracks appearing in the Khudobin Wall, many people who are paid many dollars seem to think it’s time to give Ben Bishop a whirl in the crease. Last spotted in the press box sporting a nice suit and matching mask, Bishop hasn’t appeared in a game since August 31 when he gave up 4 goals on 19 shots in 13:43 of ice time against Colorado. Let’s ignore the face that Dallas gave up 19 shots in just under 14 minutes and say that Bishop was rusty at best. What makes anyone think that he was able to do anything to knock that rust off. He’s been “unfit” since then with rookie Jake Oettinger backing up Khudobin. Throwing him in against a Tampa team that has found its legs seems a bit mean. The Stars will be better off to go back to Khudobin in Game Four and see if the breather he got in Game Three put him back on track. Should he get shelled again, Bishop can relieve him and then start Game Five as a last, desperate chance to shake things up. If it goes the other way and Khudobin sparkles in net, start him in Game Five, age be damned. He’s earned the benefit of the doubt and the Stars should dance with the date they brought instead of flirting with Bishop. Lightning Links He only played 2:47, but Steven Stamkos’ play in Game Five is the kind of thing that people will remember years from now no matter what the outcome of the series may be. Should we find out more about what is ailing him, his performance may only grow in stature. Matt shared his thoughts from Game Three [Raw Charge] On his third shift of the game, Stamkos reminded everyone of the impact he brings. A far-side snipe that caught Anton Khudobin cheating too much to the short side. There’s a reason Stamkos has 422 goals in his career, and in that moment it looked like he wasn’t going to miss a beat. If your neighbors aren’t hockey fans, they might be a little troubled to hear you shout “Shoot” at the top of your lungs. [WFLA] Deputies with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office arrived at the home of 26-year-old Devon Garnett after neighbors reported someone screaming “shoot!” “I wanted [Victor] Hedman to shoot the puck so I screamed, ‘shoot! Shoot!’” Garnett said. When I was a kid, I was lucky if I could make a brick wall with Legos. The fine folks over at LegoLand appear to be a bit more talented with those little pieces of plastic. [Legoland Facebook] Other News TRRRRRRRAAAAADDDDE (For real this time). The Florida Panthers and the Pittsburgh Penguins finally worked out the details and consumated the deal that started yesterday, although with a minor tweak. Patric Hornqvist is still heading to Miami (well, Sunrise) but Colton Sceviour will be joining Mike Matheson in heading north to the ‘Burgh. [Litter Box Cats] Hornqvist has a lot of miles on the clock, but I think the Cats will get more out him in the short term than the would’ve out of Matheson, who badly needed a change of scenery. With the potential departure of both Mike Hoffman and Evgenii Dadonov in free agency, Hornqvist might find himself in Florida’s top six. And, even if age catches up to him, his contract will be much less of an albatross than Matheson’s, making Zito first big move as GM a win. The Buffalo Sabres are filling out their roster. First they traded for Eric Staal, now they’ve re-signed Curtis Lazar to a two-year deal with a $800,000 AAV. Good for him. [Die By the Blade] Lazar, 25, split his first season as a part of the Sabres organization between the AHL and the NHL clubs. He appeared in 18 games with the Rochester Americans, where his impact was clearly evident; the center recorded 14 points, including six goals, in just 18 games and was a plus-10. At the NHL level, Lazar had 10 points (5-5) in 38 games with the Sabres this past season. Will Alex Pietrangelo’s tactic of appealing to public sentiment pressure GM Doug Armstrong into re-signing their long-time leader? The folks over at St. Louis Game Time think that it will not. If the Blues hadn’t won a Cup last year, this power play may have worked, but with a championship banner hanging in the rafters, it’s easier to move on from local icons if the price doesn’t make sense. [St. Louis Game Time] Army [GM Doug Armstrong] doesn’t do bonuses. He doesn’t do fancy cap circumvention. He signs a player to a contract. That’s it. He also certainly doesn’t listen to what the fans want, because the fans aren’t in charge of running a multi-million dollar sports franchise with a stagnant salary cap. The 2019-20 NHL season seems like it will never end. Adding to that feeling will be the fact that the 2020-21 season is right around the corner. The league has okay’d players to begin voluntary workouts in their respective clubs’ cities starting October 15th - just over three weeks away. There is still no definitive start date to the season, but for players who haven’t seen the ice since March, it will give them a chance to start working back into game shape in professional facilities. [Yahoo Sports] All workouts must follow social distancing guidelines and no contact will be permitted. Social distancing will also apply to use of the locker room. The composition of each workout group must remain the same, “so that any infection or exposure that might occur will be contained within that group and in order to facilitate contact tracing,” according to the protocol.
Tampa Bay Business Journal has new update
15 hours ago Local bank president named to board of American Bankers Association
Lowman will serve as the vice chair of the ABA's Government Relations Council before joining the ABA Board of Directors next fall.
Tampa Bay Business Journal has new update
15 hours ago Florida Poly students help fill STEM learning gap from coronavirus
Florida Polytechnic University is working to expand the STEM talent pipeline in local high schools, using its own students to help. The Lakeland-based university announced Thursday it is working with nine high schools throughout Florida to tutor their students in science, math, engineering and technology. The high school students will be tutored virtually by a dozen Florida Poly students, with the help of local online tutoring startup Knack. This is Knack's first time working with Florida Polytechnic,…
Sammie Pyo
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The Hatchery, Now Open in South Tampa, Offers More Options for Chicken
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18 hours ago Sheriff: Deputies shoot, kill man who shot one of them
The deputy who was hit was taken to the hospital and was later released with minor injuries, according to the sheriff's office.
25SepOnline Movie
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Today at 03:00 AM - Sep 26, 03:30 AM

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Zerrick Laydon
Article 3 days ago
Moving Companies in Tampa For Your Local or Out of State Move
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Noah Webb
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The Grove at Wesley Chapel
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This is a very nice outdoor strip mall with plenty of store options and a movie theater as well! They are finishing up a smaller store center in the front of the paring lot and are also adding an 87 space shipping container park for more restaurants and retailers!

Pros: Great environment Plenty of stores Constantly improving!

Cons: None

Westfield Brandon Town Center
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This mall is very clean, organized and has everything I was looking for! From Dick's Sporting Goods to Forever21 and of course the Disney Store. On top of the store selection, they also have a good selection of restaurants to choose from!

Pros: Great stores Good food options Very clean mall


WTR Pool & Grill
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WTR was an unforgettable experience! The bar/grill is poolside AND oceanside! They have always had great entertainment and drinks!

Pros: Awesome environment! Great views Great food/drinks

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa
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This casino is amazing! The poker room is seemingly endless and there is always some sort of tournament that you can enter! I had an absolute blast here!

Pros: Great selection of games Quality AND Quantity Great food as well

Cons: None!


Adventure Island
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Just visited Adventure Island for the first time in a couple of years and still love it! They have built some new attractions and have kept up with the original ones very nicely. Always a good day at Adventure Island!

Pros: Amazing attractions Fun for everyone Good food

Cons: None

Topgolf Tampa
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If you have never visited Topgolf before, I highly recommend it! I am not very good at golf but driving golf balls off of a three story driving range into targets is just awesome! Also check out their food options. I have had many of them and never had a bad meal.

Pros: Great environment Great food Amazing Games

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Vallarta's Mexican Restaurant
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Absolutely love the food and atmosphere at Vallartas! I usually get the Beef Chimichanga and the Guacamole Vallarta, both are amazing! Highly recommend checking out any of their locations.

Pros: Great food Fun environment Fast service

Cons: None

Outback Steakhouse Wesley Chapel
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Outback Steakhouse in Wesley Chapel is consistent and quick! I have been here multiple times and have always had great food!

Pros: Great food Quick service

Cons: None


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Tiki Docks
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With many different flavors, sounds, and tastes, the Tiki has a great overall experience for any of the customers coming in and wanting to come back for more.

Pros: great food, easily accessible, great for everyone to enjoy

Cons: none

Matthew Strickland on Palm Ave Sandwich Shop
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Palm Ave Sandwich Shop
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Love the small-town feel of the restaurant coupled with the packed flavor of their incredible cubans!

Friday Specials in Tampa

 
4145 Henderson Blvd, Tampa FL, 33629
HAPPY HOUR: from 11:00am - 8:00pm

Karaoke at 10pm
2 Grouper Sandwiches with 2 Drinks for $25
 
6283 W Waters Ave, Tampa Fl, 33634
$20 SUMMER FUN DEAL MON-FRI
1- 1 Hour Tactical Laser Tag
1- 1 Hour Time Play Arcade Card
1 - Personal Pizza
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