What’s On, Suncoast? 9.18 – 9.25

The Suncoast Post asks, “What’s On, Suncoast?” Here are a few ideas for things to do around the area this week of 9.18-9.25!

Cafe Barbosso

Cafe Barbosso
5501 Palmer Crossing Circle, Sarasota, FL 34233

“Eat, Laugh & Love or Else,” at the Cafe Barbosso, is their motto. This peasant Italian restaurant here in Sarasota is a must-try for anyone wanting good, hearty, and excellent Italian food. They are featuring a Family of 4 Meal program that can feed 5 to 6 and includes savory options such as Spaghettini and Meatballs, Chicken Marsala, Chicken Parm or Chicken Picatta, pizza to choose from, along with salad, pizza and vegetable options. Delicious food hot and fresh withoutcooking tonight, what could be easier. Call 941-922-7999 for curbside takeout today and have the entire family eating well without lifting a finger. If that is more food, than you might need or you have a hankering for some other fan favorite check out their full menu HERE.

Key Parasail

Key Parasail
1265 Old Stickney Point Road, Sarasota, FL 34242

Looking for a social distance approved activity that includes a fair amount of amazing sights of the water, and a little adrenalin rush to boot? Key Parasail boats are owner-operated with over 42 years of combined experience, enabling 110,000+ people to get the absolute safest and amazing views of our gorgeous Suncoast. Whether visiting the Suncoast for the first time, or you might be a native staycationing due to the pandemic, this is one activity you need to check into today. Take to the skies with the team that treats every guest like family, for an experience you will never forget!

Turtles on Little Sarasota Bay

Turtles on Little Sarasota Bay
8875 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242

Looking for some fantastic food and views that are second to none to enjoy a meal or maybe just a couple of drinks this weekend with that special someone. Turtles on Little Sarasota Bay has a fresh and affordable lunch, dinner, brunch, and happy hour menu to fit just about every taste bud. With bayside dining outside, they are currently accomodating 50% capacity seating along with daily sanitizing and other CDC guidelines to ensure the safety of all patrons. This casual dining place has been a steady spot for visitors and residents alike since opening its doors in 1986. They pride themselves on the fresh, fun, and affordable difference you will find, while soaking up all the fantastic scenery Sarasota Bay offers.

Bishop Museum Of Science And Nature

Bishop Museum of Science and Nature
201 10th St. W, Bradenton, FL 34205

With many children being remote schooled to help ease the spread of the pandemic, the Bishop Museum of Science and Nature might be a great science add on for their benefit. Or maybe a family just wanting to experience the wonders of nature up close and personal. This amazing interactive museum is now open following CDC guidelines with limited entrance, assigned entry times, and other recommendations to help make each visit the safest and most enjoyable for all patrons. Check out their website today to see the amazing exhibits on display now, and plan your next field trip!

Sharkey’s Water Sports

Sharkey’s Water Sports
12825 Village Boulevard, Saint Petersburg, FL

Many of us on the Suncoast have kayaked, snorkeled, canoed or some other water sport under the bright sun – how about at night? For something different, try the LED illuminated night kayak tours that Sharkey’s Water Sports does in St. Petersburg. This new perspective on birds, wildlife, and the water in total makes for an amazing changed viewpoint even from daytime similar activities. What makes this even more special – the kayaks are glass-bottomed giving and up close and personal way to see the wildlife below. If kayaking is not your thing check out other locations and options for outdoor adventures by Sharkey’s on their website today!

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