Eatery Accepts Cryptocurrency, Free N95 Masks

TAMPA BAY, FL — Here’s the latest restaurant, retail and other business news from the Tampa Bay region.

Newly Remodeled Winn-Dixie Unveiled In Temple Terrace

Winn-Dixie officially unveiled its newly remodeled Temple Terrace Winn-Dixie store and updated liquor store at 8837 N. 56th Street in Temple Terrace.

Bradenton Hot Dog Restaurant Embraces Cryptocurrency As Payment

A Bradenton hot dog restaurant is now accepting cryptocurrency, offering diners another method of payment. And in February, anyone who pays for their meal at Willy-Yums using Dogecoin will get half off their purchase, owner Rob Williams said.

Free N95 Masks To Be Given Out At Publix, Winn-Dixie, Walgreens

Free N95 masks will be given out at Publix, Costco, Winn-Dixie and other pharmacy locations in Florida as part of the Biden administration’s effort to increase access to high-quality masks, multiple outlets have reported.

8,200 Bags Of Food Donated To Feeding Tampa Bay By Save A Lot

Save A Lot stores in Tampa have collectively donated more than 8,200 bags of much-needed groceries to Feeding Tampa Bay, an organization that fights to end hunger in the community.

Vampire Penguin In Palm Harbor To Celebrate Opening With Prizes

For those who love ice cream but don’t love the calories, try sinking your fangs, uh, teeth into a sweet, light, fluffy alternative created by Vampire Penguin, 33223 U.S. 19 N, Palm Harbor.

Adventure Island Parking Lot Site Of New COVID-19 Testing Site

Hillsborough County opened a fourth location for residents to receive free COVID-19 testing. The parking lot of Adventure Island, 10001 N McKinley Drive, Tampa, will open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily for residents who want to receive free COVID-19 testing.

Pirates Plunder AdventHealth Tampa, Bringing Smiles To Patients

A band of pirates invaded AventHealth Tampa hospital this week, but instead of plundering treasures, the pirates distributed them to patients throughout the pediatric inpatient, obstetrics, labor and delivery and pediatrics emergency room units.

This article originally appeared on the Sarasota Patch

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