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By Jay Cridlin
Published June 28, 2007
The cannoli at Mazzaro's will have you reciting lines from the Godfather trilogy in no time.
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The full winner's list
Every week for six months, tbt* asked its loyal readers to vote on their favorite bars, restaurants, personalities and attractions in Tampa Bay. And now we've compiled the winners into this collection of 25 ultimate choices.
The cannoli at Mazzaro's Italian Market
Clemenza was right: Leave the gun, take the cannoli. This is sage advice if you're visiting Mazzaro's Italian Market in St. Petersburg. When perusing the veritable smorgasbord of snacks at Mazzaro's bakery, one must not overlook the simple, elegant, $2.50 cannoli, be it chocolate chip, pistachio, chocolate-shell or traditional. Crisp shells, a hint of spice, chocolate chips that snap between your teeth, powdered sugar that sticks to your lips and fingertips, sweet, gooey ricotta that lingers in your teeth - madonn', it's good stuff. Take the cannoli, indeed. Mazzaro's Italian Market: 2909 22nd Ave. N, (727) 321-2400, www.mazzarosmarket.com.
How you voted
The cannoli at Mazzaro's Italian Market in St. Petersburg: 82%
The cupcakes at Alessi Bakery in Tampa: 10%
The strawberry shortcake at Parkesdale Farm Market in Plant City: 2%
The Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate at Bern's Steak House in Tampa: 2%