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What makes a great food city or region? How did we get here? The stage was set. Compared to many other metro areas, there is still relatively inexpensive real estate to be had.

And demographically things are just right: Millennials grew up, moved away and went to college, then came home and started businesses, many of those related to food. Petersburg, downtown Tampa, Seminole Heights and the exurbs to the north of Tampa. Take a look at Wesley Chapel these days. They will spend the money, but they like to do it in smaller increments.

Restaurants play an increasingly large role in our lives: We spend more money eating out than we do cooking at home. There are a million restaurants nationally employing nearly 15 million people.

Restaurants are entertainment, safe haven, home away from home. When you work long enough at whatever you do, you recognize an ebb and flow. Because so many chefs are siloed, stuck 80 hours a week behind their own four walls, they may turn to cookbooks and the internet for fresh inspiration.

It has clearly reinvigorated them. They riff on things, exploring certain flavors burnt onion, burnt toast to impart a bitter-smoky counterpoint to something ; they appreciate toothsome textural elements brown butter rice grits, different kinds of puffed grains and love to celebrate lowly cuts Vietnamese-inflected crispy cobia collar with sesame turnip salad.

And right now they have a nice list of low-alcohol shims worth checking out. It was a gamble. When Freefall Theatre co-founder Kevin Lane, his husband Kevin Damphouse and partners Jessika Palombo and Lauren Macellaro opened the Reading Room last spring, they knew they were banking on the pretheater traffic from Freefall to make up for whatever they would lose by being off the teeming streets of downtown St.

Plus, no way could they have their ginormous kitchen garden downtown. Feeling a little peaked? I brought my favorite year-old, a serious foodie but with some textural squeamishness. Our waiter collaborated with her, respectfully, until a dish was arrived at.

There was no talking down, there was no chicken nugget ghetto. They strove to make her happy on her terms. The food is the best kind of farm-to-fork New American, Macellaro sending out plates that are ravishing, with great use of vegetables.

Without a full liquor license, they still make darn fine wine-based cocktails. You cannot not get the house-made crusty bread with its house-made butter, also offered with a daily changing spread. Salads shift but are always good, recently seasonal lettuces getting texturally interesting puffed black rice and zingy pickled shallot. Sundial, second floor of Locale Market, Second Ave.

I like celebrity chef Michael Mina. In an idle reverie, I might fantasize about kicking back over supper in his kitchen, just me, Michael and Steph Curry. But occasionally when I talk to him by phone for a story about Locale Market, I hang up and realize he has given me nothing I can use. Many words, few answers. Holy smokes, the restaurant is better than it has ever been, the dishes more assured and vivacious.

For a while the restaurant and market blurred into each other, the restaurant seeming in support of the market somehow. It feels like a traditional sit-down restaurant now, the market downstairs much more of a grab-and-go kiosk-based forum for prepared foods, less a grocery store. There are many ways to enjoy FarmTable: But for me, the best way is to go with a bunch of friends and order a scattershot of shareables from the one-page menu.

Be sure those shareables include the fried cauliflower with finger limes, golden raisins, guanciale and sea urchin aioli; as well as the ragu of wild mushrooms with a softly poached egg.

Go budino or panna cotta. I had reason to sit at the bar for a couple of hours in September and eat five tiny, exceptional, jewel-like courses of Ora King salmon, chef-owner Eric Fralick developing the dishes as a competition entry with the highly prized New Zealand farmed fish company. The first course was a shot with a dashi ponzu, watermelon pearls and a plush swath of uni; the second paired salmon sashimi with a cardamom pickled kumquat; the third crispy salmon skin juxtaposed with a tempura-fried Kumamoto oyster.

Then came a puree of vanilla-scented mascarpone on a square of nori, draped with whiskey-cured salmon, and it culminated in a sumptuous cooked salmon belly set on a pave of Okinawa purple potato with tart barley shochu compressed cherries. Fralick made it to the finals, with a trip to Japan, a country he fell in love with years ago.

He is one of the only restaurateurs in these parts to source fish species straight from the Tsukiji fish market in Japan. Plan on eating for an hour for the first tier; allot three hours for the top. The restaurant is funky-hip, set in an old guitar shop, the service staff equally hip-funky one server has a tremendous gargoyle tattoo on the length of her swanlike neck , but the plate presentations are spare and exact.

Work your way through nigiri, sashimi, hosomaki the traditional thin rolls , uramaki the rolls with the rice on the outside and temaki cone-shaped hand rolls , interspersed with various chicken yakitori, medallions of super tender beef tenderloin topped with discs of black truffle and scallion compound butter, or cider-braised Brussels sprouts. In December , the small storefront on Central Avenue was a stretch for David Benstock, then 28, and his wife, Erica, then And what they did was remarkable.

In the fall, Il Ritorno closed for expansion and renovation, emerging just weeks ago doubled in size, with two private dining rooms one seating 36, the other 14 , a stunning exhibition kitchen, an expanded bar with full liquor license and a much bigger staff to accommodate all the new seats.

I sat there one recent evening and commend Benstock on his Food Network-level patter plus, no salty language from anyone in the busy now-open kitchen , as well as his, as always, elegant plate presentations and steady vision of contemporary Italian. He celebrates local microbasil and pea shoots from Alchemy Farms, lettuces from nearby Brick Street but also casts a wide net for quality. I enjoyed a scoop of French osetra caviar on top of a crispy polenta pancake and generous shaves of black winter truffle from France aboard a simple risotto Milanese.

She has picked up four James Beard semifinalist nods over her career, but what has kept Edison thronged since its debut is that mix of bold and inventive fine-dining food served in a casual, loud, sometimes frenetic setting.

Its vibe is big-city hip, with servers who can and will talk menu minutiae at length and bartenders who are dead serious about what they do lots of house-made tinctures and liquors infused with local TeBella teas but still a hoot to kibitz with at the bar.

When Pierola did a James Beard House dinner a couple of years back it was basically an autobiography in many courses, dishes a paean to this part of Florida. That holds true at the restaurant, too, with Florida fishes, citrus and ingredients like hearts of palm, but preparations and flavors drawn from Latin American and the Caribbean, too.

The potato-crusted oysters, bone marrow, buffalo cauliflower and other stalwarts are entrenched, which made the menu a little more static in than I would have liked. On the entree side, Pierola and chef Allison Beasman do great work with Florida grouper, snapper and swordfish.

And starting a few days ago, they began doing lunch seven days a week, with brunch to be unveiled soon. They served him foie gras terrine, their signature lavender basil panna cotta and a bunch of other dishes. He ate them all with gusto, licking pate off his wrist at one point. They will have an anniversary party in late April. There are anchor menu items with absurd Instagram documentation: But they have recently begun adding daily featured items: A recent dish that has met with wide approval is a whole branzino stuffed with olives, fresh herbs and candied orange zest, wrapped in prosciutto and served over saffron butter-poached potatoes.

Cena is almost 6 years old and poised for a dining room remodel this year. Buttacavoli is the reigning king of risotto. For instance, his current preoccupation is one that plays on a supreme pizza, the arborio crowded with sausage, mushroom, onions and peppers and topped with fried pepperoni.

Recent changes in Hillsborough County liquor laws meant the restaurant could expand to a full liquor license in , but as with everything, Buttacavoli and team have done things their own way, offering a curated list of cocktails Italian mojito, negroni, barrel-aged boulevardier and a few others and not an encyclopedic bar. The dining room is fairly formal but spare, so much of the focus is on the plates.

Buttacavoli has done some version of mortadella-stuffed fried olives for a while. Some of his desserts are like Transformers made out of sweet things, a cookie affixed to a moussey thing from which a chocolate plank juts like wings. He likes textural contrasts: Station House, First Ave. Station House owner Steve Gianfilippo would have you believe that this was his vision all along.

And maybe it was. Ane has a no-reservations ramen room, a main dining room that takes reservations, a big central bar and a more private lounge off to one side that also takes reservations. Petersburg has gotten really hip. Cruz and co-chef Branden Lenz have fashioned a multipage flip menu divided by category seafood, vegetables, etc.

Pick something from each, most small and priced accordingly: Maybe the gochujang-dressed chopped wagyu called yukke; skewers of king oyster mushroom; silken tofu with its creme brulee-like top; and broiled salmon with miso butterscotch. On the soup side, the niku udon with luscious braised wagyu beef shoulder is the bomb. What makes a restaurant great and not just really, really good? Can a pizzeria do this?

But he is pizza royalty, and his small, charming restaurant in Safety Harbor makes a delicious pie. Order at the counter pizza, but also definitely a salad, maybe the beet and take a seat to watch Greg work. Seymour presses sugarcane with a buddy from whom he buys his water buffalo milk; talks seed saving with local treasure Mehmet Oztan; buys whole hogs from a local farmer and uses the whole animal. Seven years ago, I worried that this little sweetheart was too off the beaten path to thrive, and that its vision — a Parisian-style Vietnamese-French cafe, not fusion but both cuisines side by side — would be perplexing for St.

Boy, is there egg on my face, which reminds me that they do a great egg sandwich on a croissant with Gruyere and jambon de Paris for their Saturday brunch.

Wise beyond their years. Petersburg from my heart. Plus, there was the lobster corn dog, an absurd decadence that I could hold to my chest like a single white lily while quoting Oscar Wilde: In a couple of months he will open Teepee Taco next door complete with a fully functioning wrapped teepee out back for dining and private parties , making that two restaurants connected by a patio of picnic tables shielded from the sun by gently bowed canvas tarps, bringing the formerly negligible seating up to about And new general manager Kathy LaCrosse, formerly with Outback Steakhouse, keeps service friendly and efficient.

Bodega, the beloved purveyor of lechon and Cuban sandwiches, pollo asado and cafe con leche, in St.


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Virginia State Police said Friday that there have been five deaths in the state that related to Michael. North Carolina is cleaning up from Hurricane Michael, the second major storm to rip through the state in a month. State emergency officials said Friday that utility and transportation workers were out restoring power to , homes and businesses and reopening about roads largely blocked by trees, debris or power lines. Roy Cooper urged the public to stay safe while damage is inspected and not to drive around road barriers.

Many of the 40 deaths in North Carolina during Hurricane Florence were of drivers who got caught in floodwaters. There has been one storm-related death confirmed in the state from Michael.

Cooper planned later Friday to visit damaged areas in the mountains. The governor said it wasn't clear whether there was enough overall damage to qualify for federal aid to help with the cleanup.

A Florida Senate debate between Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson and Republican Gov. Rick Scott has been postponed because of Hurricane Michael. A CNN statement says the live debate planned for Tuesday night will be rescheduled for a later date. The statement says both campaigns agreed to the delay so the candidates can focus on response and recovery to the storm.

Florida's race between Nelson and Scott is closely watched around the country as a key battleground for control of the Senate. Nelson and Scott have met so far in one debate, earlier this month on Telemundo51, which broadcast mainly on Spanish-language stations around Florida. Florida state emergency officials say they've done an initial search of 80 percent of the area affected by Hurricane Michael, and found no sign of widespread deaths.

State officials said Friday that search and rescue units spread across a vast region stretching from the sea to the Georgia border to look for survivors from the deadly storm.

The rescue teams did what was described as a "hasty search" to look for either victims or survivors. Florida officials said they planned to use the people on the search and rescue teams to now help pass out food and water to people in severely damaged communities. Distribution centers have been set up outside retailers such as Wal-Mart and Publix because there is no way right now to let survivors know where they can get supplies.

Some supplies are being brought in by trucks, but state officials said they're using helicopters to ferry in supplies to some coastal towns where roads aren't cleared. Florida authorities have gotten thousands of calls asking about missing persons in the region hammered in Hurricane Michael, but so far no reports of widespread deaths.

State emergency officials said Friday morning that they have canceled, for now, plans to set up a temporary mortuary unit in the Panhandle. But they're still searching areas near the coast as well as counties near the Georgia border that were hit hard by Michael's catastrophic winds.

Rick Scott said that state officials still "do not know enough" about the fate of people who remained in the region to ride out the storm. State officials said the high volume of phone calls from outside the disaster area could be due to the fact that vast swaths of the Panhandle remain without cellphone service.

Virginia State Police say a man was swept away from his vehicle and died as Michael lashed the state. The death is among five storm-related fatalities confirmed Friday by the Virginia Department of Emergency Management. A State Police news release says year-old James E. A Pittsylvania County Sheriff's deputy and a local resident tried to rescue King, but the floodwaters were too deep and fast-moving.

Virginia authorities are providing more details about the death of a firefighter who was responding to a crash north of Richmond as Michael lashed the state. Brad Clark died at the scene when a tractor-trailer struck his fire engine at the scene of a two-vehicle crash around 9 p. The department said that the fire engine had its lights and other emergency equipment activated, but roads were slick and the storm conditions were heavy. The state medical examiner's office has ruled Clark's death among five storm-related fatalities in the state.

Authorities say two others in his crew were seriously injured. The truck driver had to be extricated and also suffered serious injuries.

With four other deaths confirmed in Virginia, the overall official death toll from Hurricane Michael is up to He says a firefighter also was killed when a tractor-trailer slammed into his firetruck while he was responding to a two-car crash in heavy storm conditions.

Caldwell says there were five suspected tornadoes in the state, but they are still awaiting National Weather Service confirmation. The commander of Tyndall Air Force Base says the "base took a beating" from Hurricane Michael and will require "extensive cleanup and repairs. Brian Laidlaw told the 3, airmen stationed at the base just east of Panama City that he won't ask them or their families to return until their safety is guaranteed. The base was evacuated in advance of the Category 4 storm that struck the Gulf Coast on Wednesday afternoon with mph winds and a strong storm surge.

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