What’s the rage with gastropubs? 

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There is nothing better than an ice cold beer, mixed drink, and finger-foods at your favorite pub.

Pub is actually shorthand for “public house”, which is a British-influenced term that refers to establishments that serve alcohol. Many pubs are owned and operated by breweries. Pubs are a place that is known for its beer and socializing. Synergy recently noticed a growing number of gastropubs across the United States, including in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Florida, and Florida. Gastropubs have become the newest fad. On our four-state eating mission, we visited some amazing places such as Wurstkuche Pub and Father’s Office Los Angeles, The Grange and Tryst Gastro Lounge St Petersburg FL. These guys are passionate about making a great experience with craft beer and pub food.

What exactly is a Gastropub? Are they just fancy bars?

Not quite. What is a gastropub? And what are the differences between it and a regular pub? To emphasize the gastropub’s food component, the term was first used in 1991. A gastropub is a place that focuses not only on good beer but also quality food. Think of it as a “restaurant within a pub”.

Across the street from the Museum of Fine Arts, you’ll find a different kind of artistic masterpiece. Discover st pete fine dining, works of art within the realm of Tryst, designed to delight your gastronomical senses. Standing apart from the other upscale eateries on Beach Drive in St. Petersburg, this award-winning dining destination brings eclectic dishes to the table and pours on the charm with a full bar featuring a dazzling menu of uniquely designed signature cocktails.

 

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