Pete Boland and Ian Taylor have taken over the space that formerly housed Reno Downtown Joint at 27 4th St N, St. Petersburg, FL 33701. They are currently working on the buildout of their new bar, "The Galley".
Pete and Ian are both native locals to St. Pete, and they are a small minority of bar owners that can say that. This is part of their inspiration for their new "neighborhood bar" owned by the local boys that grew up here and that everyone knows.
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A nautical-themed, locally owned & operated full liquor tavern, serving up the best in St Pete food, drink and culture, 11:30am to 3am everyday.
Services: Catering, Good For Groups, Outdoor Seating, Takes Reservations, Take Out, Waiter Service, Walk-Ins WelcomView gallery
Available Everyday Til 4pm
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Two St. Petersburg natives have started putting their sweat equity into a downtown St. Pete gastropub where guests will gather to eat and stay to drink. Article by Creative Loafing Tampa
(Served With Your Choice Of Steak Fries Or Galley Greens)
ST. PETERSBURG, FL
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Locally owned and operated full liquor tavern
Founded by two St. Petersburg natives, The Galley will offer fresh Florida food... When it comes to St. Petersburg, Pete Boland and Ian Taylor are about as native as it gets
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the galley experience
With a capacity of 85, The Galley will offer a welcoming environment for families as well as a sense of community. A nautical theme is set for the 2,000-square-foot space, due to Taylor's time in the Navy, and the dark wooden bar top and booths will add to its timeless feel. Eating here won't be a consequence of drinking. The Galley's galley will focus on nutritious, fresh food, including vegetarian options. Chef Ian Carmichael, formerly of Cask & Ale and Safety Harbor-based Parts of Paris, is at the helm of the gastropub's Tampa Bay cuisine with a twist.