Peabody’s To Host

Oktoberfest Oct. 21!

If you’re looking for something fun to do on Friday, October 21, we suggest visiting Peabody’s Grill & Bar in the Shoppes of Amberly plaza in Tampa Palms for Peabody’s Oktoberfest. The cost to attend is just $7 for advance tickets, $10 the day of the event, which will run 7 p.m.-10 p.m.

Peabody’s Oktoberfest attendees will be treated to great craft beer samples, live music, complimentary appetizers, chances to win great free prizes and of course, the beautiful Peabody’s servers and bartenders in their finest German attire!

And, don’t forget that Peabody’s also is your college and pro football headquarters, with more TVs, great beer and food specials, billiards, darts, live and DJ music and much more!

Check out the ad on page 19 of this issue for a coupon that will get you one free Peabody’s Oktoberfest ticket when you buy two. Peabody’s is located at 15333 Amberly Dr. For more info, call 972-1725 or visit


PJ Dolan’s Adds Lunch!

In our last issue, we had a feature story on PJ Dolan’s Irish Pub & Grille, located in the Palms Connection plaza on E. Bearss Ave., just west of Bruce B. Downs Blvd.

Well, since then, PJ Dolan’s has decided to add lunch every day (Tuesday-Sunday; it’s closed on Mondays) and, with the ad on page 51 of this issue, you can get one lunch entrée free when you buy one at the regular price.

PJ Dolan’s also now has karaoke, live music and the great Sunday brunch we told you about last issue.

For more info, call PJ Dolan’s (2836 E, Bearss Ave.) at 374-2338 or visit PJDolan’


The New Quail Hollow CC Lounge Is A Must-Try!

Just because I can’t yet tell you what kind of cuisine is the top specialty at the newly renovated Restaurant & Lounge at Quail Hollow Golf & Country Club (QHGCC), that doesn’t mean the food isn’t awesome (it is) or the place isn’t beautiful and classy. (Yes, Quail Hollow! Go see it!)

New owner Andre Corolla recently reopened the decades-old local semi-private golf course and from what I hear, the course itself looks and plays so much better, all you’d really need to believe that Quail Hollow is not only all-new, but awesome, is a great-looking new clubhouse (check), an ultra-premium full-liquor bar (yep) and a real restaurant serving delicious food at, well, semi-private golf course prices.

There’s a lot more to tell you about QHGCC, but it’ll have to wait until I’ve tried more than two menu items, both of which are literally already among my favorite menu items in Wesley Chapel — the grilled romaine heart Caesar (which is on the current menu; photo) and a thick, grilled ribeye steak which was served on opening night (but isn’t on the current menu), topped with grilled onions and served with sautéed veggies and garlic mashed potatoes. The steak was seasoned right, not as fatty as some ribeyes can be and grilled to medium rare perfection. If this is my first taste, Andre, bring on the rest of the dinner menu!

The restaurant & lounge at QHGCC also is open for what sounds like an amazing breakfast with unique egg sandwich options…and for lunch, where the 10-oz hamburgers and Big Bertha hot dogs (and other great sandwiches) are all already becoming favorites among the locals.

QHGCC is located at 6225 Old Pasco Rd., less than a half-mile from both S.R. 54 and Oakley Blvd. in Wesley Chapel. Call 333-0033 for more info about the club, but please go and tell these folks we sent you!

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