Historic Corey Avenue
What: This small neighborhood is the heart of historic St. Pete Beach.
What’s cool is that the ‘shell’ of the old downtown with storefronts and
roofed-over sidewalks — from the days before air-conditioning — are still there.
The Corey Avenue Fresh Market: October, 2013 – May 2014
When: Corey Avenue stores, galleries, restaurants have typical business hours.
The Corey Fresh Market operates each Sunday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Where: Corey Avenue near Blind Pass Road and Gulf Boulevard in St. Pete Beach, FL
What Is Featured:
Corey Shopping District:
An eclectic variety of restaurants, with interesting menus.
Art galleries, gift shops, souvenir shops, clothing stores, special interest stores and more.
Periodically, parades, festivals, wine tastings and performances are held throughout the year. Check the calendar for these events.
The Corey Fresh Market: Vendors of various fresh grown products, home cooked foods and other craft products.
Parking: On street parking is available.
Local Corey Avenue businesses have parking lots,
which is sometimes available for event parking.
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