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Old Southeast’s Hidden Gem

White riced topped with raw fish, slice avocados, jalapeños and diced mangos.

In St. Pete’s historic Old Southeast neighborhood, just south of downtown, a building that was once a run-down convenience mart has transformed into a unique local market, offering everything from breakfast sandwiches to mix and match craft beer to kombucha on tap.

Since opening in 2015, the market has made several notable additions, including a poke bar, where diners can quickly grab a freshly made tuna bowl or sushi burrito. Further proving that it’s more than just a corner store, the market frequently hosts local musicians on its patio, while patrons play cornhole or partake in a wine tasting.

Tyler Killette, B2 Communications

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