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The Secret Ingredient Is Always One Teaspoon of Love.


The best things in life are usually unplanned and found by veering off the beaten path. Downtown St. Petersburg is a dog-friendly happening place for casual dining and imbibement. Central Avenue is chock full of venues. But, head one avenue south and you’ll find a hip little spot, Pinellas Ale Works (PAW) Brewery and Tap Room, operated by brewmasters Matthew and Dennis. Their Milk Bone Sweet Stout recently won The Great American Beer Festival 2017 Silver Award. One of their best sellers, the stout has notes of chocolate, coffee and a slight toffee in aroma and flavor. If you like café con leche, you’ll love this stout. PAW Brewery, 1962 1st Avenue South, St. Pete. PawBeer.com Speaking of coffee and making a wrong turn, we discovered The Poor Porker in Lakeland


on our way to a dog wedding. What a sweet find. They serve up freshly-made beignets (confirmed - they are fluffy pillows of heaven) with their Campfire Coffee (we selected the Cold Brew, Vietnamese style). Robyn, the owner, has created such an eclectic spot for the community, which has become a creative mecca for photographers, artists, designers and writers. There is fun, quirky indoor and outdoor seating, all dog-friendly. We’ll be back. The beignets are calling. The Poor Porker, 801 East Main Street, Lakeland. ThePoorPorker.com


www.TheNewBarker.com


Winter 2018 THE NEW BARKER 85


Maya, photographed by Anna Cooke at SPCA Tampa Bay Pet Walk


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