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

Salty Nun Restaurant Celebrates St. Pete Opening

A new restaurant has opened its doors for business in St. Petersburg. Salty Nun, which is at 2501 Central Avenue, celebrated its soft opening Thursday evening with a limited brunch and dinner menu.

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Publix, Total Wine Removes Russian Alcohol Amid Ukraine Conflict

Publix, which has more than 300 liquor stores in the Southeast, and Total Wine & More, which has 34 locations in Florida, have removed Russian products from their shelves.

Russian State News Has A Platform On Sarasota’s Rumble

Rumble, a YouTube alternative that recently opened a headquarters in Longboat Key, will continue to broadcast RT on its video platform despite a worldwide crackdown on the Russian state-controlled news network.

Harbour Island Penthouse Sale Reflects Growing Luxury Market

Tampa Bay’s luxury real estate market shows no signs of slowing down since the trending relocation of people from high-tax states. One of Tampa’s trophy properties on Harbour Island has sold for nearly $4 million. The home is a custom-designed penthouse condo and one of 64 residences at The GrandView.

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This article originally appeared on the Sarasota Patch

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