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Business Observer Thursday, Jul. 9, 2020 3 weeks ago

Area restaurant expands to new waterfront development

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St. Petersburg-based Naked Farmer to open at Sparkman Wharf in Tampa.

TAMPA — Naked Farmer is scheduled to open its second location Friday July 10 at Sparkman Wharf, the waterfront development that replaced Channelside Plaza on the east side of downtown Tampa. 

Based in St. Petersburg, Naked Farmer specializes in locally sourced food, made by skilled chefs, with the tagline “un-messed-with deliciousness.”  

According to a press release, the restaurant will be open for walkup, delivery and catering service. The menu features high, quality farm-fresh food cooked from scratch, with an emphasis on fresh vegetables that were harvested as little as 24 hours ahead of being served. Meals start at $10. 

“We are honored to be joining the community of Sparkman Wharf,” Naked Farmer founder Jordan Johnson states in the release. “We look forward to bringing fresh food at an affordable price point to the community, while working with local farms across the state to build a better food system.” 

Naked Farmer’s Sparkman Wharf location will be open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. 

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