Can’t wait. The que will be waiting for you!
John, I’ve got a bottle of very nice NYState white wine resting comfortably in my cellar for you next January.
Slight correction John, Biff’s is at 49th St. N. and 29th Ave. N.
Hope all is well with you.
You and the toddler might enjoy the last standing Biff-Burger in the USA and the place next door, Buffy’s, on 49th st and about 20th ave north. The hamburgers are very good (in a 50s drive-in way) at Biff- Burger and the BBQ sandwich is pretty good at Buffy’s. But the attraction is the ambiance- go in the evening when the old car and motorcycle crowd is there- you’ll see fantastic wheels. Also there’s a small dance floor usually full of little kids dancing with grandparents to the jukebox and sometimes a live band. The place is big, noisy, lively, and fun with a sort of 50s look and feel.
It’s not a food recommendation but you might want to take your daughter to the Great Explorations on 4th St. N. in St. Pete. This is an intereactive children’s museum. Here is a link for them:
While in St. Pete, consider the Coney Island Shop on 9th St. N. This is a lunch counter straight out of the 20s that serves coney dogs as their prime offering. You might also consider the Columbia restaurant that is at the Pier in downtown SP. Excellent views and fairly good food.
Mel’s for hot dogs on E.Busch Blvd.in Tampa.
We will be traveling to St. Pete shortly with a three year old. I’ve looked through the threads and found numerous suggestions for St. Petersburg (and Tampa as well), but was wondering which of these would be good places to take our daughter. Thanks.
Best roadfood in St. Pete with a toddler
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