For 21 years, Zeghibe has operated the Beantown Pub on Boston’s Tremont Street. It’s well-known for its regional dishes, especially the house-made New England Clam Chowder, the Fenway Frank Plates and the Jumbo Lobster Roll – an eight-inch hot dog bun stuffed with coldwater lobster meat.
It’ll all be here – even the New England-sourced lobster – when Beantown South opens for business Monday, Aug. 6. It’s at 29 3rd Street North, in the heart of downtown.
The dark horse candidate for Florida governor, Chris King, will speak in St. Petersburg Aug. 6 at an event hosted by the Suncoast Tiger Bay Club. King, 39, is a political novice running for the Democratic nomination – he is the only one in the field of five to be making his first run at an elected office – yet he is considered one of the most substantive and knowledgeable candidates in the race.
The millionaire businessman and his primary opponents are in a hotly contested race that has yet to reveal a clear favorite. King’s opponents include former U.S. Representative Gwen Graham, Tallahassee mayor Andrew Gillum, former Miami Beach mayor Philip Levine and billionaire Jeff Greene, a latecomer to the race.