TAMPA BAY, FL — Here’s the latest restaurant, retail and other business news from the Tampa Bay region that you might have missed this week.
Champions Ice Beer Made With Ice From Stanley Cup Final Game
Tampa Bay Lightning fans can celebrate the team’s Stanley Cup championship win with a limited-edition brew made with ice from a Stanley Cup Final game at Amalie Arena rink. Coors Light used ice collected from the rink at Amalie Arena during the Stanley Cup Final to brew Champions Ice. The beer will be available on tap in Tampa area bars and in 32-ounce collectable crowlers.
Egg-Cracking Ceremony Opens First Watch’s New Bradenton HQ
The brunch restaurant chain First Watch opened its new corporate headquarters in the University Town Center area with a ceremonial cracking of the eggs Thursday. The newly constructed 39,000-square-foot standalone building is located just off Cooper Creek Boulevard behind the BJ’s shopping center at 8725 Pendery Place.
Lightning Coach Brings Stanley Cup To Bradenton Beach Dive Bar
Coach Jon Cooper celebrated the Tampa Bay Lightning’s Stanley Cup win by bringing the famous trophy to the Drift Inn on Bradenton Beach.
Beans & Barlour Aim For World Record On National Ice Cream Day
Beans & Barlour and Brugal 1888 Rum will attempt to set a Guinness World Record for the most people scooping ice cream simultaneously to celebrate National Ice Cream Day on Sunday. Dairy Queen China holds the record with 270 people who dished up the sweet treat in June 2015.
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