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Popular Proino Breakfast Club accused of failing to pay Largo rent

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Proino Breakfast Club, known as a top restaurant in the Best of Largo contest, could be evicted after failing to make several on-time rent payments over the past four months. Owner of West Bay Village in Largo, Sunrise Plaza Enterprise, is suing the restaurant and its owner for the missing payments of $6,300 each, along with the shared common area expenses and attorney’s fees. When Sunrise Plaza purchased the property in 2014, they assumed responsibilities of the landlord. The original lease…

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Social media saves Bowled Restaurant

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On Saturday, I reported the unfortunate news that Bowled Restaurant had closed.  Well, due to an overwhelming response via social media, the owners of Bowled Restaurant decided to stay open, writing on their Facebook page: We are not going down without a fight! Bowled received numerous calls, emails and Facebook posts requesting not to close. It may not be the easiest week ahead, but we’ve decided to try to push through. We are open for lunch and dinner today and…

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St. Petersburg’s Bowled Restaurant has closed

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Here’s what the restaurant’s Facebook page says: After one year, six months, three weeks and two days, Bowled is closed. It’s been a hard year and, unfortunately, too much to overcome. Thank you to everyone for keeping us going this long.

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St. Petersburg’s Bowled Restaurant has closed

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Here’s what the restaurant’s Facebook page says: After one year, six months, three weeks and two days, Bowled is closed. It’s been a hard year and, unfortunately, too much to overcome. Thank you to everyone for keeping us going this long.

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Another BayWalk restaurant closes

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Ammazza Pizza Cafe closed its doors Tuesday, becoming the third BayWalk business to fail since the city ceded control of the sidewalk in front of the struggling shopping and entertainment complex as a way to boost sales for its owner. Full story here.

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Z Grille’s Zach Gross responds to the news of James Beard nomination

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From Mouth: “I’m kind of shocked. In a million years I never thought you’d associate those two words—James Beard—with me. I think it’s fantastic that this can happen to a guy who put together a restaurant using credit cards and home equity loans. Weirder things have happened, I guess. But in these difficult times, it’s fantastic for the restaurant.” There you have it, folks. Wonder how he’s gonna look in a tuxedo. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for the next…

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Toast wins Best of Long Island

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I haven’t run a winning campaign in a couple of years, so it feels especially good to find out that our restaurant has won the award for Best of Long Island. Here’s what they wrote: Port Jefferson is a progressive little town, more like its New England counterparts just a ferry ride away. Toast embodies that small town feeling: It’s the sort of breakfast-and-lunch coffee shop where they remember your name. This hip little spot also features local artwork for…

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