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What’s On, Suncoast? 9.4-9.11

| Angela Naff |

Happy Labor Day Suncoast – we hope everyone has a safe and fun holiday!

The Suncoast Post asks, “What’s On, Suncoast?” Here are a few ideas for things to do around the area this week of 9.4-9.11!

Keel & Curley Winery

Keel & Curley Winery at Keel Farms
5210 Thonotosassa Rd, Plant City, FL 33565

If you haven’t been out to Keel and Curley Winery yet this Labor Day might be the perfect time to add it to your list. The winery along with some great country acts like Frankie Raye and Eli Mosley will be putting on a Labor Day Weekend Celebration which will feature amazing food, craft beers and wine locally made right here on the Suncoast. Check out their website and Facebook pages for all the information to ensure a safe, fun, and rocking Labor Day celebration in this unique location.

Nokomis Groves – Ice Cream

Nokomis Groves – Ice Cream
111 Albee Farm Rd S, Nokomis, FL 34275

Of course, no Labor Day, weekend, or even just a Monday would be complete without a sweet treat. For a unique and refreshing taste, look no further than Nokomis Groves Ice Cream shop. From fresh vanilla and orange swirled in a cup or cone, or one of many other options, this sweet roadside stop is sure to please everyone. Visitors to the area and residents ensure this stop is made whenever passing through the area. The unique flavors and refreshing options for your taste buds bring them back time and again. Sit outside on benches that have been laid out for proper social distancing and other rules in place to keep everyone coming back for their next ice cream break.

Hunsader Farms

Hunsader Farms
5500  CR 675, Bradenton, FL 34211

It’s that time of the year again, and Hunsader Farms will be reopening on September 4th! Get ready for fresh produce you can shop or even u-pick options and schedule you can check out on their website. This might be the perfect healthy and excellent family outing you have been waiting for with social distancing as you get fresh food to enjoy from local farmers. Additionally, check up on their Facebook for the season’s Pumpkin Festival and other great offerings from this favorite local stop for families, residents, and visitors alike to the Suncoast this time of year!

Cody’s Original Roadhouse

Cody’s Original Roadhouse
11202 W Hillsborough Ave, Tampa, FL 33635

This true “original” dining spot, founded in Tarpon Springs, Florida, is a unique and fun addition to your dining must-visit list. This is the kind of stick to your ribs good old fashioned food that will make you glad you stopped. From ribs, fish, burgers, fajitas, and more – grilling is their passion. So this Labor Day while out and about, if you aren’t in the mood to cook, check out their online menu to order virtually, pick up or come on in for a little walk down memory lane with a nostalgia-filled dining space that will give you plenty to look at while waiting for your mouth-watering meal. Remember, call ahead seating options also are available to help ensure correct social distancing to protect all patrons.

Venice Farmers Market

Venice Farmer’s Market
401 Venice Ave W, FL 34285

As the summer winds down, so will your opportunities to support local merchants at the Venice Farmers Market. The market closes at the end of September for the season. Check out the locally sources baked goods, vegetables, and fruits along with honey and other condiments. This market focuses on education, sustainability, and a sense of community that you can help foster through your visit. They are working hard to adhere to all CDC requirements to continue to make this service available to the community. They do require masks and proper social distancing along with sanitation stations, and vendors gloved only handling produce. Thank you and happy shopping at the market this weekend!

Photos from above business website or Facebook pages.

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