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14JunCaddy's Happy Hour Gulfport 6/14 - 6/18
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Tomorrow at 11:00 – Jun 18, 06:00 PM

Caddy's Gulfport

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14Jun25% Off Appetizers at Caddy's St. Pete Beach 6/14 - 6/18
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Tomorrow at 11:00 – Jun 18, 06:00 PM

Caddy's St. Pete Beach

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14JunHappy Hour at Caddy's Indian Shores 6/14 - 6/18
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Tomorrow at 11:00 – Jun 18, 06:00 PM

Caddy's Pub Indian Shores

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13JunPride Poolside Fashion Show
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Today at 12:00 PM - 04:00 pm

GayStPete House

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Nicholas Day
Article 2 days ago
Best Cookies in St. Pete and Clearwater
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727area has new update 20 hours ago Rays 5 Orioles 4: Here’s why we don’t question the Cash quick hook
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports The Rays beat the Orioles 5-4, thanks mostly to a smoking hot bullpen and a weak Orioles defense. The Rays hardest hit balls were straight into the gloves of defenders, largely right fielder Austin Hays. Their five runs came largely on weak hits that were either slightly or badly misplayed by Baltimore. In short, it was not a glorious game, but over a 162 game season there will surely be well-played losses and lucky wins. This was the latter. The first inning was the baseball version of “death by a thousand cuts” for Baltimore and their starter, Jorge Lopez. The Rays scored three runs with scarcely a hard hit ball. Brandon Lowe let off with a single, Yandy Diaz walked. Lowe was able to move to third on Walls’ sac fly. And then came a succession of dribblers that Baltimore infielders could not corral, and the Rays plated three runs. No, there were no errors, just meh fielding. Pitcher Lopez wasn’t entirely blame-free, his command was terrible and he struggled to stay ahead of batters. Lopez rediscovered the strike zone and had an uneventful second and third innings. In the fourth, however, a combination of poor pitch location and shaky defense helped the Rays to another two runs. Kiermaier singled (and was replaced at first by Zunino who grounded into a force out). Then Brett Phillips was hit by a pitch, which led to the very funny moment below: Wasn't too sure for a moment there.#RaysUp #MLB pic.twitter.com/Ntw7C8ymtC— Bally Sports Sun: Rays (@BallyRays) June 12, 2021 Phillips and Lopez were apparently former minor league teammates; when Phillips said something to the pitcher after being struck on the shoulder, it was clear that the umpire and the catcher thought we were seeing the beginning of a fight. Clearly they don’t know Phillips! Brandon Lowe followed with a two-RBI double that bounced over the head of right fielder Mountcastle. My guess is that Mountcastle was positioned appropriately to nab the bounce were they playing on grass, but the turf plays differently. Again, no error on the play but his misplay of the bad bounce probably cost his team a run. Hill had been cruising through four innings - just one walk and one hit, with both runners erased by double plays. But he wobbled in the fifth, giving up a lead off walk and then a hard single, then another walk. With two outs and then not-great-hitting catcher Austin Wynns coming up, however, the bases loaded situation didn’t much worry me. But sometimes we need a reminder that any major leaguer is capable of hitting one out. And that’s what Wynns did. This so-lopsided-I-was-working-on-the-crossword-puzzle game was suddenly close. One Orioles hit later, Hill was gone and Ryan Thompson came in to end the inning. The Rays continued to mount mini-threats that fizzled. Most notably in the bottom of the seventh, the Orioles outfield had a “best of times, worst of times” moment. After a walk to Diaz, Meadows hit a nothing popup to shallow right field. It should have been Mountcastle’s ball but he pulled up and left it to shortshop Freddy Galvis, who reached the ball but dropped it. With runners at first and second, Wendle hit a liner that looked like it would be a sure double — but in this case right fielder Hays made an outstanding leaping catch for the out. The real heroes of this game were the Rays relievers. Messrs. Thompson, McHugh, Fairbanks, and Castillo combined to give up just two hits, no walks, and to induce six strike outs in the 4.1 innings they covered. McHugh was especially strong. He struck out the side in the sixth, making quick work of it too. A few hitters made contact in the seventh but he still managed two more strikeouts. With the Red Sox losing today, the Rays get a tiny bit of breathing room in the standings as they go for the sweep tomorrow.
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Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Go Rays!
Nicholas Day
Article 5 days ago
Where To Get Iced Tea in St. Pete and Clearwater
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Twistee Treat | St Pete Beach
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Twistee Treat has everything from soft-serve ice cream and sundaes to hot dogs and chicken fingers! I love their peanut butter soft serve and if you're a peanut butter lover like me you can get extra peanut butter drizzled on top!

Yogurtology| St. Petersburg
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Yogurtology is such a great place to grab a sweet snack! There is a wide range of flavors from sweet to tart! They have any topping you could think of to choose from!


Nicholas Day
Article 6 days ago
Things To Do in St. Pete and Clearwater This Weekend | June 11th - 13th
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Samantha Drake on Caddy's Madeira Beach
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Caddy's Madeira Beach
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My husband and I stopped here for lunch. He and I both loved the atmosphere, colors, view, food, and service we experienced at Caddy's! Our waitress, Michelle, was excellent and we cannot wait to go back to try more exquisite seafood and the hospitable atmosphere.

Noah Webb
Review 5 days ago
Jammin'z Beach Bar
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Parking has always been impossible around Clearwater beach but if you are at the beach for a day, Stop by Jammin'z! This place was awesome!

Pros: Great Food Great Drinks Awesome Atmosphere

Cooters Restaurant & Bar
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We went and the place was packed (which is a good sign) but the wait was an hour and the experience wasn't quite as good as what would be expected at a packed restaurant

Pros: Good Food Friendly Staff

Cons: Long Wait Slow Service


Nicholas Day
Article 1 week ago
The Best Father's Day Restaurants in Clearwater
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PDQ has added new photos on PDQ | St. Petersburg
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Summer is here! Enjoy PDQ Catering any day of the week! Tenders and Nuggets taste great poolside, at the beach and even at the park! Order online today at pdqcateringsfl.com!
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Sunday Specials in St Petersburg & Clearwater

10700 State Road 54 Ste 101, New Port Richey FL, 34655
Bloody Mary / Mimosa Specials
2 for 1
Deals on Domestic drafts and bottles
282 Windward Passage Clearwater Beach, Clearwater Beach FL, 33767
Brunch 10:AM until 2:PM
Bloody Marys & Mimosas all day 3.00
Happy Hour 10am until close
Deep Eddy flavored vodkas 5.00
Signature Barbeque Ribs served with potato salad 15.99
3128 Beach Blvd S, Gulfport FL, 33707
Bottomless Mimosas and Sangrias 9-11AM
ALSO SERVING BREAKFAST

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