Pinoy St. Pete has moved to 170 47th Avenue NE; it joins Match Point Grille on select days throughout the week.
Pinoy St. Pete is a fast casual Filipino food joint that originally opened inside Baum Avenue Market in the EDGE District. Pinoy operated alongside Karma Juice Bar, known for serving the best pitaya bowl in St. Pete, but the restaurant found itself in need of a bigger kitchen. When the opportunity arose to join Match Point Grille, Pinoy owner Raquel ‘Jingle’ Baluyut jumped at the opportunity.
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“We’re excited to announce our move to a new location! Follow us over to our new home at The Match Point Grille,” wrote the Pinoy ownership on Facebook. “We will reopen this Saturday, March 13”
Pinoy’s new hours are Saturday from 11am-10pm, and Sunday from 11am-7pm, and their menu will be open for pickup and delivery through UberEats.
Pinoy is a passion project from jubilant Chef Raquel ‘Jingle’ Baluyut. For Jingle, this concept is all about good vibes and positive energy. The plates prepared at Pinoy are crafted with love and meticulous attention to detail. The owner and chef has hired an all-Filipino team to help bring her menu to scintillating life. In the restaurant industry, it’s understood that beyond selling food, you’re selling an experience. When you dine with Jingle, you’ll feel like you’re eating with family.
Even if you’re enjoying that meal from the comfort of home.
Match Point is a hidden gem in St. Petersburg
Match Point is known for its delicious burgers, fries, pulled pork sandwiches, and open bar. They also have over 1500 square feet of outdoor seating lit up by string lights. It is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a glass of wine. It will be open Tuesday-Saturday from 10am-9pm, and Sunday from 10am-7pm.
Match Point offers up Karma favorites like the Naanwich, Cranberry Chicken Salad Sandwich or on Greens, Acai Bowls, and Avocado Mint Salad.
This story is sponsored by Pinoy St. Pete