The wait is finally over, Trip’s Diner has opened its doors in Seminole Heights. The breakfast/lunch hotspot, which began in St. Pete in 2012, opened its third location at 6416 North Florida Avenue in mid-July.
Breakfast all day in the neighborhood on the rise
Those interested in pancakes the size of hub caps, legendary eggs Benedict, and, excuse us, damn fine apple crisp would do well to visit soon. The not-too-fancy neighborhood restaurant is named after the owner’s triplets: Libby, Will and John.
Whether you’re in the mood for scrambled eggs and coffee — breakfast is served all day — or a plate of grouper or meatloaf, Trip’s has you covered. The restaurant is open Monday through Friday, from 6am-9pm; Saturday from 7am-9pm; Sunday from 7am-3pm.
Brewery expands from Dunedin to Tampa
Coming soon to the neighborhood in renaissance in 7th Sun Brewing at 6809 North Nebraska Avenue. On August 12, the brewery plans to hold a major shindig of sorts to commemorate the addition of its Tampa facility.
The event will feature collaboration beers with 8 breweries, live music by The Heavy Pets, ramen and waffle food trucks, a Lowry Parcade pop-up and much more to be announced.
Concept began in 2012
7th Sun can currently be found brewing award-winning craft beers in Dunedin. The concept creates Belgian-style beer, IPAs, second use spirit barrel aged beer and oak aged sour beer.
Devon Kreps and Justin Stange opened in 7th Sun on January 7, 2012. Devon graduated from Oregon State University with a degree in Fermentation Science. She brewed at Anheuser-Busch, leaving to become Production Manager at Sweetwater Brewing in Atlanta.
Justin brewed at Sweetwater and Cigar City in Tampa. The bartenders are all cicerone certified beer servers offering on-the-spot beer-schooling and tours.