New England's Ale House

(727) 785 - 9700

3419 U.S. 19 Alternate, Palm Harbor, Florida 34683, United States

Open 7-Days A Week 11:00am - 11:00pm
BOGO Happy Hour Monday - Friday 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Authentic New England Neighborhood Restaurant & Sports Bar. New England’s Ale House has lots of outdoor seating: a raised fan-cooled and heated porch and a big relaxing paver patio with cafe tables and umbrellas. The porch is a popular spot to watch games on one of the huge flat screens. Read more…

vape city and brews palm harbor


2706 Alternate U.S. 19, Palm Harbor, FL 34683

Monday - Wednesday 12pm - 11pm
Thursday - Saturday 12pm - 1am

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Vape City & Brews hosts two of Palm Harbors hottest activities; vaping and craft beer. Whether you like, Vaping, Craft beer or both, Vape City & Brews has you covered.  Wine drinkers don’t feel left out, we’ve got you covered too with a great premium wine selection. Read more…

muvico palm harbor

(727) 942-8476

37912 US Hwy 19N, Palm Harbor, FL 34684

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Muvico Palm Harbor Muvico, now a Carmike Cinema, is a Palm Harbor icon. It offers D-Box and 3-D viewing. Read more…

Two Lions Winery & Palm Harbor Brewery

(727) 786-8039

1022 Georgia Ave, Palm Harbor, FL 34683

Monday: Closed, Tuesday-Thursday: 4 pm - 10 pm, Friday: 2 pm - 1 am, Saturday: 11 am - 1 am, Sunday: 1 pm - 8 pm

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Home of the original WINE SLUSHY! If you love craft beer but your spouse likes wine Two Lions Winery & Palm Harbor Brewery is your DREAM COME TRUE! You can come an enjoy a large variety of craft beers and your spouse can try our excellent selection of wines. Read more…

Palm Harbor Museum

(727) 772-1097

2043 Curlew Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683, United States

Wednesday - Saturday 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Closed on Holidays

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The Palm Harbor Museum The Palm Harbor Historical Society incorporated on January 22, 1983, the result of decades of work and planning by many Palm Harbor residents, some who were born here along with others who embraced Palm Harbor as their own after moving here from elsewhere. Read more…