Anise Global Gastrobar announced via Facebook today that the Downtown Tampa cocktail bar will permanently close its doors on Saturday, September 14th, 2019.
The bar was one of the first craft cocktail bars to enter the Downtown Tampa corridor and a success story showing that a food truck can expand into a brick and mortar business.
Many of the minds behind the business have gone to other projects across the bay such as Station House, Renzo’s, and other spots. Anise has been a great spot to enjoy craft cocktails with a focus on supporting the local bartenders in town over the years.
It’s certainly a loss for the Downtown Tampa area, especially when Downtown Tampa is about to explode with growth.
You can continue to enjoy the food from Anise at The Hall on Franklin in Tampa Heights. Thank you to Anise for all the great evenings in Downtown Tampa.
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Anise Global Gastrobar in Downtown Tampa, located at 777 North Ashley Drive across from Curtis Hixon Park, will host their annual New Year’s Eve Party from 9PM-2AM this Saturday, December 31st.
Guests can expect excellent craft cocktails from some of the best bartenders in town and gourmet bites. The event starts late enough to make plans earlier in the day before heading to the party.
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Tickets are on-sale and cost $ 60 per person for admission. Admission includes a welcome cocktail, buffet, drink specials, and a champagne toast. Tables are also available and vary from $ 180-$ 480. For more information contact Anise at (813) 225-4272.
Purchase tickets at: http://www.aniseglobal.com/tickets/
January 4, 2017 |
If you’re looking for New Year’s Eve 2017 plans in Pinellas County – Pisces Sushi and Global Bistro located at 799 Highland Avenue in Dunedin will host a New Year’s Eve party on December 31st. Regular reservations will be held from 5PM to 9PM – later in the evening the patio overlooking Downtown Dunedin will be converted into a party area.
The full sushi menu will be available all night and guests can order from all 3 of their menus. Browse the menu at: http://piscessushibistro.com/menu/. The bar will serve drinks until 12:30AM and a champagne toast will be held at midnight for all guests.
Live music will be played from 7PM until close with local guitarist and musician Mark Duran.
Pisces is a Creative Loafing Best of the Bay winner and won the Grand Jury Award from the annual Sushi Battle Tampa Bay this year. Chef James Keene heads up the menu at Pisces and has over 25 years of culinary industry experience including local restaurants such as Island Way Grill and SPY Global Cuisine.
For more information or to make a reservation contact Pisces Sushi and Global Bistro at (727) 216-6764.
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(AP) Most global stocks slipped Monday on remarks from the U.S. Federal Reserve late last week that the case has strengthened for raising interest rates, but the Tokyo market was an exception and gained on prospects for a strong dollar.
KEEPING SCORE: France’s CAC 40 lost nearly 0.2 percent in early trading to 4,434.93, while Germany’s DAX dipped 0.3 percent to 10,551.34. The London Stock Exchange was closed for a summer bank holiday. U.S. shares were also set to drift lower, with Dow futures shedding nearly 0.1 percent to 18,367. S&P 500 futures were down 0.1 percent to 2,166.50.
ASIA’S DAY: Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 added 2.3 percent to close at 16,737.49. Japanese stocks generally gain on a weak yen because the earnings of the nation’s giant exporters are boosted. South Korea’s Kospi fell 0.3 percent to 2,032.35. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng slipped 0.4 percent to 22,821.74, while the Shanghai Composite inched down 0.01 percent to 3,070.03.
FED FACTOR: U.S. Fed Chair Janet Yellen made comments Friday that were bullish on the economy but gave no timetable for future rate increases. But that set off speculation among investors about an interest rate hike later this year, and that in turn set off worries about global growth.
THE QUOTE: “The dollar jumped after the Federal Reserve’s chairperson, Janet Yellen, signaled an impending rate hike in a speech at Jackson Hole last Friday,” said Margaret Yang Yan, market analyst at CMC Markets Singapore. “While the rate hike has not yet happened, markets have already begun to move and shift with the assumption of a hike.”
ENERGY: Benchmark U.S. crude oil fell 71 cents to $ 46.93. It had risen 31 cents to close at $ 47.64 a barrel on Friday. Brent crude, used to price oil internationally, lost 75 cents to $ 49.40.
CURRENCIES: The dollar rose to 102.31 yen from 100.51 late last week in Asia. The euro fell to $ 1.1187 from $ 1.1289.
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