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An update from our proprietor & co-owner, Pete Boland regarding safety measure being taken to combat the spread of COVID-19: Good morning — as it has now been a little over a month since the outbreak among hospitality workers shred thru our Downtown and prompted the...

We've made some news lately. Co-owner Pete Boland quoted/featured in the following: JUNE 27: The New York Times | By Patricia Mazzei, Sarah Mervosh and Shawn Hubler Leaders Re-examine U.S. Reopenings as Coronavirus Cases Hit Another Record Officials nationwide were rethinking their efforts to slow the virus, which the nation’s...

A statement from our owner-operator: At The Galley & Mary Margaret's, we take the safety of our staff and our guests very seriously. We are increasing the measures of disinfecting and cleaning routine at this time. Our staff washes their hands every opportunity and with great...

Spring has sprung, and your friendly neighborhood #HometownPub has treats galore. We spoiled you to a top of the morning at our recent President’s Day Bottomless Brunch, and those bottomless mimosas sure went down smooth, didn’t they? As the Irish would say, what you need now is the hair...

Rally to The Galley to enjoy some of our new favorite food options! As the needs of our local St. Pete crowd shifts, so must our menu! We are doing this by adding in some more exciting healthy options as well as tasty treats that can liven up any morning, noon, night, or even late night. Whether you are ready or not, we’re about to dive into a few of our favorite new items to get your mouth watering and spark thoughts about your next meal at The Galley

For newcomers and visitors to the area, Tampa Bay’s rich music history may not be well appreciated. Tampa originally attracted national attention for several local rhythm and blues bands in the 1930s and 1940s. And it’s even better known for the explosion of rock and death metal bands in the area throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Without question, the Tampa Bay area has always been a great destination for local music.