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In hidden roadside stand, there's honey of a business

A 5-acre farm behind a home on a Ballast Point cul de sac produces enough honey to support owner Marion Lambert.

By MICHAEL CANNING, Times Staff Writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published June 14, 2002

The aviation authority's Susan Hardman said the restaurant is contracted to serve breakfast and lunch, plus add dinner hours Thursday through Saturday. About half of the airport's new administration building will be occupied by the restaurant. There will also be outside patio seating.

CCC's Daryl Baer said the still-to-be-named restaurant's unique location can theoretically draw from Davis Island Yacht Club members, local residents, downtown workers, as well as airport travelers. Menu items will include sandwiches, soups, gourmet coffee and breakfast staples. The decor will incorporate historical photographs of Davis Islands in a mid-century airport theme.

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