Nick's Gyros on Hillsborough and 34th serves up gyros and a wide range of cheap fried delights til the wee hours every night.
The ironically named Original Pizza II is a hole-in-the-wall pizza shop that offers a cartoon quality pizza that's all about the experience.
The Food Monster takes on the behemoth of heat that is the Quaker Steak & Lube Triple Atomic Hot Wing Challenge. Watch him cry like a little baby boy.
Eats! American Grill is like Uncle Sam got stoned, wrote down all the food he craved, and turned it into a restaurant.
Philly Phlava is my kind of place - a little hole in the wall serving a giant menu of greasy, delicious food, including Philly cheesesteaks.
Uncle Fat's Tavern is the kind of place you should be too afraid to go into, but if you're brave enough to pick up wings from them, you're gonna be happy.
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.
Lee Roy Selmon's Restaurant is a cool place to kick up your football boots on a lazy Sunday, and watch the game with some of Tampa's southernest cooking.
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.
Get dirt kicked in your face and have a hell of a time at Ally's New York Pizzeria. Oh, and order some crisp pizza and delicious wings while you're there.