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This area reminded me a bit of 6th street in Austin Texas. Seemed like more of a nite spot than a day spot to visit as the activity was low in general. Interesting Art to view as well as restaurants and shops to visit. Nicely...More
Great foodie scene and nightlife with water views and very walkable. We stayed at an AirBNB and walked to town for dinners and cocktails. People watching was fund. Dog friendly. Get Gelato after dinner.
We were staying at the Hyatt which is right in the middle of everything and an ideal base from which to explore this area.
There are numerous places to eat and drink and all sorts of quirky stores in which to shop.
The buildings range...More
There are plenty of eating and drinking places in this area . But parking is limited and restricted to meters , most for only 3 hours. The parking police are very active and we saw them ticketing right up to the 8pm cut off time....More
We visited this area a few years ago and the transition was just starting. Now it is in full swing and what a fun place. Uniques shops, great eateries but parking can be tough. Meters with a two hour limit not a good idea. This...More
The city has been revitalized over the last few years and downtown is the highlight! Having been here for decades I think the influx of tourists prompted by the Rays has brought a new look to our city!
St. Petersburg has done what so many other cities are trying to figure out how to do: It's made itself relevant in the 21st Century. When I was a lad (way back in the last century), Downtown was the place to go shopping, eat a...More
I have a love hate relationship with downtown. I love it because there is a lot going on in a small area, which allows you to jump around from place to place. However, at times it becomes unbearable with too many people and the not...More