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Residences at 400 Central have the opportunity to explore new restaurants that are coming to Central Avenue in St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg holds hundreds of unique eateries, each with their own style, cuisine and flavors. The downtown area is booming with new restaurants, retail and entertainment. Nearly everyday a new restaurant is announced to be coming to downtown St. Petersburg. The Residences at 400 Central have the opportunity to explore these new places and indulge in the new creations. Many new restaurants will be calling Central Avenue their home. The residents will enjoy luxury living in the sky and fine dining at their doorstep.

The Crane: 4 minute walk

The Crane is a relaxed steak and seafood restaurant with a craft cocktail bar. The atmosphere is said to feel both calming and luxurious. They will serve items such as pan-seared snapper, filet mignon and grilled salmon. With the location being only a four minute walk away, The Crane is an easy choice. Scheduled to open this summer, The Crane is sure to be a success.

Crane Central Avenue Food
Cap’s: 6 minute walk

Cap’s is a seafood restaurant and bar that just opened on 1st Avenue North in St. Petersburg. Either a three-minute drive or six-minute walk, The Residences at 400 Central are so close to this new gem. Taking advantage of the Florida weather, Cap’s offers an outdoor dining experience. Enjoy the breeze as you indulge in your favorite seafood dishes. The perfect balance of causal and elegant, Cap’s could be one of your favorites.

Bonu’ Taverna: 4-5 minute walk

Bonu’ Taverna will be open soon on Central Avenue and will serve Southern Italian cuisine. The Residents of 400 Central can find themselves here in five minutes. Bony Taverna’s menu is planned to be bright and fresh, much like the dining area. The menu items will change with the seasons, using fresh ingredients to create both traditional and unique flavors. New items include tanglier miso, an Italian charcuterie board, and pins romana, a Roman-style of pizza. Bonu’ Taverna plans to bring the flavors of Southern Italy to the heart of St. Petersburg. 

These are only a few of the restaurants that are making a splash in downtown St. Petersburg. Walkable to the Residences at 400 Central, residents will enjoy being in the center of it all in downtown St. Petersburg exploring all of the latest restaurants. 400 Central provides luxurious living with world-renowned restaurants only steps away. Along with The Crane, Cap’s and Bonu’ Taverna, many other establishments will be making their way near 400 Central in the upcoming years, giving residents early exposure to the best the city has to offer.