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EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT Media contact: Jesse Landis 813.846.3167 (c) Jesse@Landis.Media Jan 25-27: The Galley’s “Shipwrecked” one-year anniversary From civic leaders to scallywags, locals celebrate “new life” in pivotal downtown sector The Galley is donating a portion of proceeds from weekend events to Trinity Cafe   ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (January 22, 2018) -- Many doubted,...

When I was a kid, my class took a field trip to San Francisco, where we spent the day "working" on an old wooden ship. We performed a variety of tasks, from swabbing the decks, to prepping meals in the galley to what I recall being a lot of stuff involving ropes. In a hazy soup of childhood memories this Gasparilla weekend, it strikes me as especially vivid. I've always daydreamed about spending long periods of time at sea.
Founded by two St. Petersburg natives, The Galley will offer fresh Florida food. By Amanda Lamela (Patch Staff) - Updated November 21, 2016 6:58 pm ET ST. PETERSBURG, FL – When it comes to St. Petersburg, Pete Boland and Ian Taylor are about as native as it gets. The longtime friends first met when on the St. Petersburg High School wrestling team. The pair have been involved in the hospitality scene at the tip of Pinellas County for years. Now the two are teaming up to open a new establishment in downtown St. Pete.