Lots to do in St. Pete
Love to shop? Then you won’t be disappointed with the diverse selection of malls, outlet center, shopping villages, and specialty stores in the St. Petersburg shopping areas – from unique boutiques and quaint antique stores coupled for easy navigating, to beachside shops filled with souvenirs and flea markets stocked full of bargains. Whatever your budget, whatever your taste, you’ll find great St Petersburg shopping areas and treasures to bring home for friends, family, and yourself. Whether you are a tourist or a resident, shopping here is a common pastime and one to be enjoyed by all.
Sundial St. Pete
Aptly named for its grand, sundial-themed sculpture in the center of the complex, the Sundial St. Pete is a shopping plaza, restaurant hub, and community center all in one. Situated at 153 2nd Avenue N, Sundial replaced what was formerly known as Baywalk in 2014, bringing with it a sleeker, more prestigious architectural design and an influx of new shops and restaurants. Whether you want to sit down for a rest, catch a new movie, or sip a drink while you take in the sights and sounds of beautiful downtown St. Pete, you’ll find plenty of options here.
Central Avenue Antiques District
If you’re looking to escape the monotony of chain retail stores and support smaller, local, and more interesting businesses, look no further than the Antiques District located on Central Ave North. The shops here showcase an appreciation for specialty items at a variety of price points and themes. You can find furniture, clothing, artwork, decorative items, and plenty more! These shops are perfect for decorating your new St. Pete home, finding a souvenir for a friend or family member, or simply treating yourself to a unique novelty item.
In recent years St. Pete has experienced a sort of culinary revolution, bringing with it a wave of new specialty restaurants and styles of cuisine that have transformed the culture of the city. Typically acclaimed for its gorgeous beaches, museums, and architecture, it’s refreshing to see St. Pete finally get the credit it deserves for its rapidly expanding food scene. Whether you like seafood, Latin American, BBQ, Italian, food trucks, or even a refreshing beer from a local craft brewery, St. Pete truly has it all, and it’s only getting better.
Golf Courses in St. Petersburg
Mangrove Bay Golf Course — 875 62nd Ave NE
Twin Brooks — 3800 22nd Ave S.
Cypress Links at Mangrove Bay — 875 62nd Ave NE
St. Petersburg Country Club — 2000 Country Club Way
Vinoy Golf Club — 600 Snell Isle Boulevard NE