The Nuthouse

Weekdays 3PM - 7PM

After years of talk, disagreements and delays, construction has FINALLY started on Topgolf’s new St. Pete location. The complex will be located in the Carillon business park at 220 Carillon Parkway. This is big news for those of us that live in the Burg that love going to Topgolf, but hate driving all the way too Brandon to play.

According to Topgolf’s website, the St. Pete location will be around 67,000 square feet with three floors, 100+ all-weather bays, over 200 TV’s, a restaurant and bar, along with a rooftop terrace and a fire pit. Back in 2019 the city of St. Petersburg approved the project and it was supposed to open the following year. But after concerns from Residents of Carillon, it was put on hold.

That’s now all in the past now, because the construction of the Topgolf complex is underway! Although there is no grand opening date set, completion of Topgolf St. Pete is estimated to be complete in 2023.

[Source St. Pete Rising]

 

5 Things To Do When Taking The Cross Bay Ferry From Tampa To St. Petersburg

Here are 5 things to do when taking the Cross Bay Ferry from Tampa to St. Petersburg.

Besides taking the Cross Bay Ferry to get to and from a Tampa Bay Lightning game or concert at Amalie Arena, there are so many things you can explore in St. Pete when taking the Cross Bay Ferry.

No need to worry about traffic on the bridges, just buy your Cross Bay Ferry ticket online and jump on the Provincetown III and enjoy the ride.

You can board the Cross Bay Ferry in Tampa at the Tampa Ferry Terminal, located on the waterside of the Tampa Convention Center, just east of the Sail Restaurant and Franklin Street. When you arrive in St. Pete the ferry will drop you at the St. Petersburg Ferry Terminal (Bayshore Drive NE, between 2nd Ave North & 5th Ave N across from North Straub Park and just south of the Vinoy Hotel).

Pre-purchase your tickets online so you don’t have to delay at the terminal. The ferry runs Wednesday through Sunday.

The adult fare is only $20 roundtrip

This list is just scratching the surface of all the things you can see by taking the Cross Bay Ferry to St. Petersburg for a day trip!

 

 

More stories from Stiffy this week…

No Title

No Description