The USF Farmers Market will be packing it in for the season. Tuesday, November 18th, 11am - 3pm is your last chance this year to squirrel away some goodies.
The final hope for the University Mall lies in Studio Movie Grill, a classy in-theater dining experience more affordable than a regular movie theater.
The Taco Bus cannibalized its own sister store, Taqueria Monterrey, so now they can serve the exact same tacos in four different locations across Tampa.
Savvy Jack's is the classic family owned and operated diner, fully realized with a French flair to the food and warm and lovely people. It feels like home.
The Little Greek is a little Greek restaurant that will kick your butt with cheap, fast, and delicious Greek food. There's a little Greek lady there too.
Five Star Pizza is five stars in name alone. Not a great place. Not a great pizza. But they deliver. And they're somewhat cheap. That's all Five Star's got.
Tarek's Cafe is a small beauty with a great staff making delicious food. Quite likely to become your favorite on-campus food spot if you pay them a visit.
The Wing King lives in a tiny little hut and doles out mass amounts of chicken wings on the unsuspecting public. And he makes a mean garlic teriyaki wing.
Noodle n' Thai (aka Asian Noodle World) is a beautiful little noodle shop prepared to fulfill all your kinkiest noodle fantasies.
The proverbial Ghost of Taco Past, Taqueria Monterrey was the Taco Bus' first foray into expansion, and boasted unique items and an incredible salsa bar.