Tampa Bay Things To Do

St. Pete/Clearwater is one of Tampa Bay’s premier destinations, ranking amongst the top beaches in the United States and Worldwide. The growing cities offer a unique experience to everyone who visits, with a wide variety of entertainment and things to do. Segreti’s 260 First, Yard of Ale and Proof Cocktail Lounge are among a few notable venues in Downtown St. Petersburg’s Historic District worth visiting. They are right at the center of a quickly developing city that is still a hidden gem to be explored.

Here are some attractions that surround Segreti’s Hospitality St. Petersburg concepts:

Saturday Morning Market: Every Saturday over 7,500 people visit the unique Saturday Morning Market by the Downtown St. Petersburg Waterfront. Experience art, food and live entertainment near Al Lang Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Rowdies, St. Petersburg’s own USL team.

Jannus Live: Located on the same block as Segreti’s 260 First, Yard of Ale and Proof, Jannus Live hosts countless local and mainstream music appearances in its outdoor venue.

Tropicana Field: This stadium is home of the Tampa Bay Rays MLB baseball, East-West Shrine Bowl, NCAA Bowl Games and entertainment events like Enchant Christmas. After events Segreti’s 260 First, Yard of Ale and Proof are conveniently located in Downtown St. Pete’s Historic District for the perfect after party.

Historic District: Downtown St. Pete’s Historic District features priceless pieces of St. Petersburg history including the old Bishop Hotel, an early 1900s hotel that still stands today as one of Downtown’s most lively nightlife areas. Every weekend this block is alive with a diverse crowd ranging from college to young professional. 

Edge District: This quickly developing part of Downtown St. Pete is young and vibrant, with new restaurant and bar concepts appearing monthly. On weekends you can find yourself passing the time exploring the many boutiques and eateries here.

Grand Central District: St. Petersburg’s Grand Central District is a local hang out, packed with small shops, restaurants and breweries. Fort Desoto: Located in South Pinellas County, Fort Desto park is rich with St. Petersburg’s history and beaches. This huge park is worth exploring on your trip to Florida or just a weekend if you’re a local. Hike nature trails or bring your furry friends to the dog beach. This 900 acre beauty has more to offer than just its beaches.