The number one thing that is served at Kobe Steakhouse are the Teppanyaki meals. These meals are made directly in front of you as they are cooked on a large Hibachi grill. The cooking is just as exciting as the meal itself as the chefs make the cooking experience into a show with wild flames and fun jokes.
Busch Gardens® Tampa's newest live stage show "Madagascar Live! Operation: Vacation" premieres on May 18 in Stanleyville Theater. Guests will party along the characters from DreamWorks Animation's hit Madagascar franchise, including Alex the Lion, Gloria the Hippo and King Julien on a vacation adventure at Busch Gardens Tampa.
To celebrate the arrival of the laugh-out-loud, high-energy family show, the Tampa park will host a premiere party weekend on May 18 and 19, complete with on-the-hour dance parties and meet and greets, in addition to the show's premiere.
After photographing an engagement session for a couple of my friends at Philippe Park, we all made our way to Whistle Stop Grill and Bar for lunch. We promptly ordered the corn fritters. These delicious little fried balls of cornbread were delicious and the Southwest sauce they were served with gave them the perfect kick. Read my full review of Whistle Stop Grill and Bar.
From cleverly mismatched dinnerware to colorfully framed artwork hung in crooked collages across boldly painted walls, today's Hamburger Mary's is much like the original San Francisco location. Walking into any Mary's is an act of stepping out of the chaos of daily life and into Mary's comfortable home. Read more about Hamburger Mary's here...
The third annual Brews with Attitude Craft Beer Festival at TPepin's Hospitality Centre will be held on Tuesday, May, 14, 2013 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Admission includes: "Sampling of over 100 craft beers with the official Brews With Attitude tasting cup. There will be food, non-alcoholic beverages and cigars available for purchase." For more information on the Brews with Attitude Craft Beer Festival, visit the event's website.
The Florida Orchestra will present A Classic Pops Hit Parade at Ruth Eckerd Hall at 7:30 p.m. "Opening with a new fanfare by Steven Reineke, it's a sizzling celebration of the great American symphonic pops tradition with everyone's favorites...from Ravel's Bolero and Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture to high-energy waltzes, polkas, marches and more...all showcasing your Florida Orchestra musicians as both a stellar ensemble and as individual virtuosos. Steven Reineke conducts." (Source)
For more information on this event, visit the event's website.
Located at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tampa next to the elevators to the hotel just past the lobby is the Green Room. This restaurant is the only one within the casino that stays open 24 hours a day (with the exception of Tuesdays from 11 p.m. - 7 a.m.) and that offers breakfast all day. I've had several opportunities to dine for free at the Green Room thanks to being a Player's Club member and earning free meals. Continue Reading The Green Room- Tampa Guide Review...
I enjoyed a lovely meal at the Centre Club with a friend who was on a very restricted diet. They were able to accommodate her needs by transforming a dish on the menu to fit her needs perfectly. Should you choose to dine at Centre Club I highly recommend the two items I tried if they are available- I had the crab and seafood bisque as well as the bacon wrapped shrimp with quinoa salad. To say it was delicious is putting mildly as I actually used the bread on the table to soak up every last bit of the food I was served! Read more about the Centre Club
Believe it or not, getting good food is possible at a food truck. It's no secret that my favorite food truck in Tampa Bay is the Taco Bus. They have never disappointed me and I have loved everything I have ever eaten there. Another favorite of mine is La Guaguita. This food truck specializes in Puerto Rican fare.
Pictured above is an image of 'Wicked Wiches. This is one food truck I am dying to try!!!
What's your favorite food truck in Tampa Bay?
If you went to prom back in high school, it may or may not be a fond memory. For me, my high school prom was alright, but the real fun was after prom when my date and I joined a few pals at the local bowling alley and went cyber bowling in our formal wear. My favorite photos from the night include me sitting in a race car in the arcade of the bowling alley and a group shot of all of us showing off those awful rental shoes in our fancy attire.
If you missed prom night or have bad memories of yours, then you are in luck. Wild 94.1 is hosting Throwback Prom at The Venue on Ulmerton Road on Saturday, April, 27, 2013 from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Event organizers are encouraging attendees to "Break out the big hair, loud tuxedos and ruffles for this party."
Guests will enjoy, "Live entertainment, spiked punch and hors' dourves, official prom photos courtesy of the McDonald's photobooth...and what's a prom without crowning a King and Queen. WiLD 94.1's Throwback Prom King and Queen will walk away with $1,000!"
Tickets for this event are $10 in advance and$15 at the door. Wow, just $10! My prom ticket in high school was $50!
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the event's website.