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Great Food for Mind and Body Downtown


By Briana Butler

Downtown students have an advantage over the rest of SPC, with a restaurant that’s sure to get your stomach full and your mind going.

Nature’s Table is a new café downtown that has free Wi-Fi for students and outlet plugs, a plus for students looking to grab a bite to eat, study before a test, and do their homework. Nature’s Table is a new fast food, healthy-eating dining experience for students and non-students alike. Diamond Lucas, a student and student services assistant and customer, said “The atmosphere changes thought the day depending on the time and how full the café is, but usually it is a quiet place to enjoy your meal.”

This café has a healthy vibe with many wraps and sandwiches, baked chips, salads, yogurts, bottled water, and Gatorade. The prices are reasonable, with specials for everyone, including non-students. There are six student specials, most of which include a half sandwich, chips, and a 21 oz. fountain drink. Smoothies, fresh baked cookies, and chocolate cake are some delicious desserts to feed your sweet tooth, and they are all made fresh every day. Diamond reports that the food is “good, it’s fresh and whenever I come, I enjoy the Mediterranean wrap with a bottled water and Macadamia Nut cookie.”

Nature’s Table is located on the first floor of St. Pete College’s downtown campus (163 3rd St. North. The restaurant is open Monday-Friday 7:30 to 6 pm and Saturdays until 2 pm. For more locations and the menu you can visit Nature’s Table on Facebook, or on the web.


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