Recent Posts by Kevin Godbee

10 Best Chilis in St. Petersburg FL 2020

The Best Chili to Eat in St. Pete Chili's geographic origins go back to what is the currently most talked about border ... unfortunately for no reasons having to do with this quite popular food. Chili was born in both Northern Mexico and Southern Texas - on the border and over the border. Its more…
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Local Chef And Restaurateur Opening Digital Butcher Shop

Chef David Benstock and Team to Offer Chef-Inspired Meats and More at St. Pete Meat & Provisions Via Press Release - ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- One of the most well-respected chefs in the Tampa Bay area, Chef David Benstock, has shifted his concepts to adapt to the times, and he’s not done yet. Benstock announced…
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Gracie Pasta & Provisions Expands to Downtown St. Pete Sept 2020

If you haven't heard of Gracie Pasta & Provisions, then you've been missing out. Last April, (yeah, I know, COVID crap and all that), Gracie, under the same ownership, quietly opened next door to super popular Pass-a-Grille eatery, Grace Restaurant. As you can see on the card below, Gracie Pasta & Provisions is an artisanal…
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10 Best Shrimp & Grits in St. Petersburg FL 2020

I LOVE grits! I've been eating them since I was a kid, and it was always for breakfast, and always cooked, not the instant crap. With a ton of butter and salt, sometimes with cheese, and sometimes with an over easy egg on top. Shrimp & Grits is also one of the most popular ways…
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10 Best Wings in St. Petersburg FL 2020

10 Best Buffalo Wings–Chicken Wings and Duck Wings too! Wings remain one of the hottest food items, literally and figuratively—proper use of the word, 'literally' (you're welcome)—and St. Pete's eateries are happy to oblige. The list order is alphabetical. I refuse to say that these wings are better than those, and so on. In my…
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15 Best Burgers in St. Petersburg FL 2020

15 Best Hamburgers / Cheeseburgers in St. Petersburg FL 2020 Hamburgers! Who doesn't get excited by hamburgers? I used to wonder why they were named this when there was no ham involved. It's because they get they their name from Hamburg, Germany, home of a cut of beef called the Hamburg steak that eventually evolved…
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