One Liners Pinellas: Boys & Girls Clubs of the Suncoast, Raising Cane’s and more

Cane & Barrel, a rooftop bar and cocktail lounge, opened at the 172-key AC Hotel by Marriott at 110 Second St. N.

Hold-Thyssen, a full-service commercial real estate firm with offices in Clearwater and Winter Park, completed the $3.8 million sale of 4.8 acres on Seminole Boulevard, at the intersection of 21st Avenue S.E. just north of Ulmerton Road, in Clearwater.

Freddy Williams

Freddy Williams, president and chief executive officer of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Suncoast, was elected by the governing board of the Boys & Girls Clubs to serve as chair of the national board of directors. 

Spoor Bunch Franz, a St. Petersburg-based accounting firm, promoted Julie Moore to partner. 

St. Pete Beach’s Dockside Grill & Bar, located at 4945 Gulf Blvd., has been sold and will reopen in March as Prima Cantina, a Mexican restaurant with two other locations in Santa Monica and Pacific Palisades, California.

Empath Partners in Care, a member of Empath Health, received a donation of $150,985 as a beneficiary of the annual SMART (Southern Most HIV/AIDS) Ride

Flagship Bank opened a Tarpon Springs branch.

Flagship Bank opened a Tarpon Springs branch at 1101 S. Pinellas Ave. 

Raising Cane’s, a Louisiana-based fast food chain, opened its first Gulf Coast location, in Clearwater, at 2525 Gulf-to-Bay Blvd. 

Tequila Daisy, a craft cocktail bar, plans to open this summer on the ground floor of One St. Petersburg at 120 First Ave. N., across from the Sundial parking garage.

The Major County Sheriffs of America named Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri its 2022 Sheriff of the Year.

Ally MW proposed a 28-story residential tower on the site of the Exchange Hotel, in St. Petersburg.

Ally MW has proposed a 28-story residential tower on the site of the Exchange Hotel, formerly Hotel Indigo, at 234 3rd Ave. N., in St. Petersburg. 

The Florida Holocaust Museum has named Carl Goodman as president and CEO. 

House of Vegano, which specializes in 100% plant-based sushi, is moving to 1990 Central Ave., across the street from the Imagine Museum in St. Petersburg’s Grand Central District.

Segreti’s Hospitality Group, the owner of Yard of Ale and 260 First, in downtown St. Petersburg, plans to open a 7,000-square-foot establishment, named the Nauti Duchess, in mid-April, at 217 Central Ave., replacing Caddy’s on Central, which closed in 2020.

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