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4 Pieces of Tampa Bay Food News You Should Know

It’s funny I haven’t done one of these blog posts in a couple years since the pandemic started. The food news hasn’t stopped in Tampa since 2020 so I’m enjoying seeing all the new things poppin’ and whatnot. Here’s the Tampa Bay food news you should know:

Clean Juice The brand announced their Spring Cleaning Cleanse Sale, which starts today and lasts until 4/29, with a significant discount on all Juice Til Dinner and 1 Day (all flavors) cleanses on the app or online using code SpringClean22. The juices offer anti-inflammatory and immunity benefits to those looking for a bit of a reset. Find your nearest location here.

Barrelsmith The new line of ready-too-pour bottled cocktails are now available online and at retailers in a few states, including Florida (Lakeland’s Nick & Moe’s Liquor is the closest location to shop in the Tampa Bay area) with plans to expand distribution late 2022. The cocktail flavors are:

  • Negroni (30% ABV)-made with London Dry Gin, Rosso Vermouth, and Martha Outlaw’s liqueur
  • Manhattan (35% ABV)-a blend of straight rye whiskey, Rosso Vermouth, and a touch of housemate orange bitters
  • Bouldevardier (30% ABV)-a mix of straight bourbon whiskey, Rosso Vermouth, and Martha Outlaw’s liqueur

The cocktails are available in a variety pack of 3 100mL bottles are $25. 750 mL bottles are available for $38.

Señor John’s Coffee The century-old family owned and operated coffee estate launched in Sam’s Clubs earlier this month. The ready-to-drink cold brews come in flavors like Mocha Mint, Vanilla Cherry, Mango Berries, and the Original Latte. Area Sam’s Clubs selling the brand include:

  • Brandon
  • Clearwater
  • Lakeland
  • New Port Richey
  • Pinellas Park
  • Riverview
  • St. Petersburg
  • Sarasota
  • Tampa
  • Wesley Chapel

Yelp names Tampa Bay restaurants as “Top Vegan Places in Florida” I couldn’t not add this piece since Robert and I are doing a “Vegan April” and it’s been a fun ride. If you’re on the go or looking for some baked goods, these top-ranked Tampa Bay vegan spots got you covered:

What’s some other Tampa Bay food news we should know?