What Should Replace These St. Pete Sweetbay Supermarkets?
The grocery chain closed three of its St. Petersburg locations this week. Will you miss them? What businesses should take their place?
Now that three Sweetbay Supermarkets in St. Petersburg have closed because of what the company called underwhelming sales, what do you think should replace them?
Mayor Bill Foster said he has already had discussions with other grocery vendors to help fill the space vacated by the Midtown Sweetbay after city leaders' last-ditch effort to save it failed.
What would you like to see move into that location, at 1794 22nd St. S.?
Two other local Sweetbay stores, at 6095 Ninth Ave. N. and 955 62nd Ave. S., have also been shuttered. Will you miss them? What should take their place?
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