Windworks, located at Johns Pass Village, specializes in anything and everything to do with wind-related items for individuals and to enhance front or backyard landscaping. The store features a wide selection of fun items for the yard including colorful spinners, flags, and windsocks. Decorative backyard items from Windworks include bird feeders, comfortable hammocks, and garden sculptures. The shop also carries more than 100 selections of natural wind chimes. For fun outdoors at the park or on the beach, Windworks carries a large assortment of kites designed for children and adults. - Vickie Ferguson
When looking for just the right piece of antique furniture or accessory for your home, or a special gift for an anniversary or special event, visit Wisteria. Their selection of items ranges from French buffets and Italian dressers to Asian tables and American vanities. Choose antique furniture pieces for the home as well as decorative items for the patio and garden. Serving the Tampa area since 2004, Wisteria has an impressive selection that includes items dating from the late 1800s to more modern, eclectic, one-of-a-kind original oil paintings, cloisonné ornaments, jewelry and decorative ceramic pieces. -Vickie Ferguson
Serving local residents since 1982, Felice Italian Deli is the perfect place for delicious cuts of meat, assorted cheeses, sausage, homemade mozzarella cheese, bread, and tasty goodies. The friendly staff will prepare a fresh sandwich of fresh baked bread with all the fixings just the way you like it. The deli also has a variety of food products and pre-packaged Italian dinners ready-to-go. The generous portions, ice cold brews, and made to order sandwiches make Felice Italian Deli a popular destination location. For your convenience, you can order ahead, eat in, or eat at picnic tables set up outside. - Vickie Ferguson
Right in the heart of Downtown St. Petersburg, the 600 Block on Central Avenue is the premier place in town to tour local galleries, secondhand stores, restaurants, boutiques and more. What sets the 600 Block apart from any other shopping district is the density and trendiness of the businesses that occupy this coveted real estate. Quarterly events and monthly art walks bring crowds of people to the street to mill around sampling tasty treats from nearby restaurants and enjoying local artists' work at the ample galleries.
Established in 1958, this shop has a varied selection of new and top-end used bikes for sale. If you are searching for a Gary Fisher, Litespeed, Bianchi, or a Greg LeMond, folks here will help you select and size the bike that is just right for you. ABC has all the accessories, too, plus cycling shorts and shirts, as well as clip-less pedals and shoes to match. There's also a trained staff to service and repair your bike if needed. See website for online shopping and more.
Florida CraftArt is a non-profit institution celebrating art and encouraging local artists. Spanning across 2,500 square feet (232 square meters), the gallery is divided between art studios, a shopping space, and event venues. Florida CraftArt frequently conducts art classes and lectures that enlighten as well as improve budding artists, while the well-laid out store is where art lovers can purchase items created by these talented students. From home decor items, jewelry pieces to clay sculptures and glass pieces, the place is sure to leave patrons spoilt with choices. Art exhibitions, workshops and other events, keep the place busy throughout the year.
This 30,000 square foot book store boasts more than 300,000 new, used and rare books. This is a good place to visit on one of the city's rare rainy days or on an afternoon when you would just like to relax with a good book. In business since 1933, this popular family-run business has an excellent reputation for variety, volume and service. With a diverse selection and mind-boggling numbers of books to choose from, you will be kept reading into the next millennium!