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Neighborhood Special SectionLeft to right: Beets reign supreme in the Rudolph’s salad, featuring beet-cured salmon, roasted beets and beet puree at Sarasota…
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Neighborhood Special SectionLeft to right: Beets reign supreme in the Rudolph’s salad, featuring beet-cured salmon, roasted beets and beet puree at Sarasota Modern. The Bayside Club May Lane Plaza.RISING ROSEMARYOur Hip Northern Neighbor A little slice of paradise within paradise itself, Sarasota’s Rosemary District continues to grow with unabashed exuberance, as longtime locals and area newcomers alike flock from Downtown to the burgeoning locale north of Fruitville Road. Taking to the streets for a neighborhood stroll down newly paved walking paths, or for the next community bike ride with DreamLarge, find relaxation and recreation in equal measure. Fine dining meets the fine arts at nearly every corner, with exciting galleries, outdoor mural installations and acclaimed restaurants making every outing a cultural adventure. Stop for sushi at Spice Station before catching the latest exhibition at GAZE Modern, or feast on French cuisine at Lolita Tartine before getting lost in the abstract art of Grace Howl Contemporary Art. Grab a craft latte at Varietal coffee shop before walking the kids to acting lessons at the Arnold Simonsen Players Studio, a dance class at Sarasota Contemporary Dance or a guitar lesson at Let’s Rock Sarasota. Take your pick of after work workouts, from a vinyasa flow at The Yoga Shack, to a cardio-fueled session at iLoveKickboxing. Call your friends down who live in CitySide Apartments to meet you for a cocktail on tap at The Overton. Work up an appetite thrift shopping for vintage threads at Canned Ham Vintage before scouting out Israeli cuisine from the Spice Boys food truck posted up on Boulevard of the Arts during season. After your appointment with architect firm STRANG Design, situated in the new BOTA Center, source modern furniture for your project at Sarasota Home Collection. The redux of Rosemary District finally brings the immensely walkable, diversely saturated and consistently enjoyable neighborhood this community has been patiently awaiting. SRQPHOTOGRAPHY BY WYATT KOSTYGANFEATURE-ROSEMARY-SRQOCT19.indd 53srq magazine OCT19 live local | 539/18/19 10:29 AMGET YOUR STAY ONHISTORYSTAY /LIVEThe Rosemary District dates back to 1886 and was home to the area’s earliest black se!lers who formed a thriving community called Overtown. When the Depression hit, many residents lost their houses and relocated to an area that is now known as Newtown. One of the more interesting spots in the Rosemary District is the two-acre cemetery, where many of Sarasota’s early prominent residents are laid to rest. You won’t find any big chains, just funky new restaurants, architect studios, modern home furnishing boutiques, salons, interior designers and food emporiums housed in historic buildings reminiscent of the warehouse districts up north. There’s plenty of diversity, too, with an ethnic and socioeconomic mix of residents. Citrus Park, residing on the Northern boundary of Rosemary District, has added a quaint European feel to the neighborhood with the addition of eateries and boutiques. The Rosemary District is an easy walk from downtown Sarasota. It sits just north of Whole Foods Market on First Street. So come enjoy the “can do” spirit of this neighborhood and take a li!le piece of Sarasota history home with you.Arcos ApartmentsWith its ultra-convenient location in Sarasota’s vibrant Rosemary District, and its resort-style amenities, Arcos puts everything within your orbit. Walk or bike to downtown or the beaches in minutes. Stylish 0-3BR units designed for modern life; city views, designer finishes and flooring, upgraded kitchens and baths, and lo!y 10-14’ ceilings. An authentic artcentric community, with on-site gallery and significant public sculpture by exciting visual artist Daniel Arsham. Because you’re urban not suburban, it’s time to make your move. 320 Central Ave. 941-952-3739. arcos.apartmentsCitySideCitySide offers exceptional apartment living in Downtown Sarasota. We are a vibrant community of residents who connect with the unique lifestyle of Sarasota. Our personal approach to service is unmatched. CitySide is far more than apartments — it’s a community with an exciting atmosphere, a daily opportunity to explore downtown Sarasota’s boutiques, top-notch restaurants, and entertainment. Take a short walk to the waterfront, catch an adventure for a ride to the beach, or socialize at the pool and immaculate clubhouse. Of course, there’s plenty of time to unwind in CitySide’s stylish apartments — made tranquil by concrete construction that minimizes noise. Welcome to refined living. 700 Cocoanut Ave. 941-584-4896. citysidesrq.comSarasota Modern HotelOffering a dramatic, thoughtprovoking dining experience, Rudolph’s is one of the ho#est new restaurants in Sarasota, Florida. Well known for their exciting and eclectic menu, the restaurant pairs delicious American cuisine with delectable wines from all over the country. The restaurant is divided into two main areas: a moody round bar with an upside-down alligator a#ached to the ceiling, and a la#ice-ceilinged patio adjacent to the pool. From sourdough pancakes to chicken Caesar wraps, churrasco marinated steak to chocolate soufflé torte, Rudolph’s Restaurant is the perfect place to go for breakfast, lunch or dinner. 1290 Blvd. of the Arts, 941-906-1290. thesarasota modern.comThe Bayside ClubSituated in Downtown Sarasota, steps from the bay. The Bayside Club offers a full-service community with resort amenities and residences ranging from the mid-$300’s to $1M+. Our unique and pet-friendly community has over 50,000 SQ FT of private, resort inspired amenities, as well as a “Healthy Marketplace” flagship restaurant with indoor and outdoor dining, a coffee shop and plenty of take-out options. Amenities include a Zen Lanai Garden, resort-style pool, pet park, club lounge and bar, a roo!op deck that looks out on the Sarasota Bay and more. Our services include 24-hour front desk coverage, downtown transportation, fitness classes, community events and many more. Be inspired and visit The Bayside Club’s model at our sister development, CitySide Apartments. 800 Cocoanut Ave, 941-300-1047. thebaysideclub.comHotel IndigoLocated in Sarasota’s Rosemary District, walking distance to downtown and minutes from the beach. Rent one of the Hotel Indigo bikes and spend some time at the Downtown Farmer’s Market or cruise over the Ringling Bridge to St. Armand’s Circle, then take a refreshing dip in the hot and cold spa-inspired wading pools. The H2O Bistro provides a warm atmosphere for drinks and socializing, while serving specials highlighting the freshest local ingredients. 1223 Boulevard of the Arts, 941-487-3800.54 | srq magazine OCT2019 live localFEATURE-ROSEMARY-SRQOCT19.indd 549/18/19 10:36 AMFEATURE-ROSEMARY-SRQOCT19.indd 559/17/19 8:17 PMGET YOUR GRUB ONDININGThe upscale bistro also makes modern renditions of French classics such as the eponymous tartines and paninis. 1419 5th St. 941-952-3172.Artisan Cheese CompanyMake It SwirlWith a few community tables, a great kitchen and an artisanal collection of groceries, the talented cheesemonger team have been gently coaxing and creatively pu!ing together beautiful menu items that focus on farm fresh and locally sourced produce. Each item is intended to showcase an internationally renowned cheese and charcuterie selection, along epicurean accoutrements from local makers. 550 Central Ave. 941-951-7860.Blue RoosterIf you like rib-stickin’, finger-lickin’ good old-fashioned home-cooked Southern food, coupled with fantastic live blues, jazz and gospel music in a hip and modern atmosphere, then the Blue Rooster is a can’t-miss destination. The bacon-wrapped meatloaf doesn’t need any help being loved. And what Southern kitchen would be complete without fried chicken, which, if the reports are true, is good enough to be the last meal you’ll ever want to eat. 1525 4th St. 941-388-7539.Italian Tradition Restaurant & Martini BarOwners Carlo and Tina Narbona have been preparing exquisite meals for nearly 30 years, achieving world-renowned success and notoriety for their handmade Italian specialties. Find traditional Italian cuisine with a creative approach, tailored to the community’s unique culture. Embrace the ambiance and enjoy a meal in the intimate family dining room, or step out onto the patio for a romantic evening by the fire. Experience the encapsulating aromas and the delicious flair of authentic, Italian dishes and hand-cra"ed cocktails. 481 North Orange Ave. 941-706-1677.Lolita TartineA simple, artistic style complements a simple, artistic cuisine at the sister restaurant of C’est La Vie. Offering breakfast, lunch and dinner in the simple, no-nonsense style of the open-face sandwich that lends the restaurant its name, Lolita Tartine.Make It Swirl is a completely different way to celebrate any special occasion. You and your guests will have fun discovering the cake boss within you and get to bring a sweet treat home! Any occasion is a great opportunity to celebrate with us. Share a bonding experience in one of our Mommy/ Daddy and Me events, get the girls together for a Ladies Night Out, celebrate Birthday Parties, host your Corporate and Team Building event, Singles or Couples Night Out, or even a First Date! What be!er way to celebrate than sharing a laugh and a glass of wine while creating your own sugar masterpiece? 1464 Blvd. of the Arts. 941-777-2987. MakeItSwirl.comMandeville Beer GardenThis urban beer garden is a place the whole family is welcome to come to, including four-legged friends. The beer selection features cra" beers with 30 taps, which include Hofbrau Hefeweizen and local cra" brews. The beer menu is updated daily. You’ll notice that many of the menu items feature selections that pair well with beer, from house-made pork rinds with sea salt to traditional bratwursts, spicy Italian sausages and reuben brats. Enjoy the cra" brewing culture in open air seating and the communal Oktoberfeststyle picnic tables. 428 Northwho was trained at the Culinary Institute of America, lends his creativity to such dishes as “triple benedict,” a toasted English muffin with Canadian bacon, arugula, poached egg, truffle Hollandaise sauce and garnish with mushrooms, and at lunch, an open-faced roast beef sandwich with flavor twists in the form of horseradish and shallots. The outdoor seating area is shady and perfect for le!ing the kids run around while brunch is being prepared. 400 North Lemon Ave. 941-906-1400.The OvertonRecently awarded SRQ Magazine’s “Best New Restaurant of 2019,” The Overton offers an inventive menu served in a trendy post-industrial environment. This open-air courtyard hangout is located in the heart of the Rosemary District and is comprised of three entities: Varietal Coffee, The Overton restaurant, and soon Colson’s Lounge—a pop-up bar that will be open during season on Friday and Saturday evenings from 7pm until close. Enjoy cra" coffee from Varietal’s state-of-the-art espresso bar and brunch, lunch, or supper from The Overton’s menu features modern twists on cafeteria classics. Whether you are beginning your day with a pour-over coffee, ordering lunch from the Overton’s counter-side service or enjoying happy hour with friends under the palm trees on the patio The Overton is a neighborhood hub that cannot be missed. 1420 Blvd. of the Arts. 941-552-6927. theovertonsrq.comLemon Ave. 941-954-8688.Spice StationThe pan-Asian restaurant is situated in a new Rosemary District building adjacent to the courtyard. On one side of the restaurant, a sushi chef puts together a pick of both traditional and specialty maki rolls, plus sashimi pla!ers, while on the other side, the kitchen cranks out Thai pla!ers, poke bowls and Japanese items. 1438 Boulevard of the Arts. 941-343-2894Station 400A 150-year-old train depot from Kneeland, IN, sets the stage for one of the most eclectic restaurants you’ll ever experience. The ambiance is almost as quirky as the food itself. Executive Chef Eric Bein,SHOPPING Canned Ham VintageWhat started as a traveling vintage store in an old Shasta trailer,is now a permanent space in the Rosemary. Walking into the space feels like entering the home of a r eally cool friend, with each room set up like a different, house-like tableau, while one room is filled with fringed Western shirts and citrus-hued Jackie O dresses, the next encompasses shelves of colorful glassware and dishes and another, displaying shaggy rugs, Moroccan poufs and low-slung davenports. 1435 7th St. 941-313-1280.56 | srq magazine OCT19 live localFEATURE-ROSEMARY-SRQOCT19.indd 569/18/19 10:38 AMFEATURE-ROSEMARY-SRQOCT19.indd 579/18/19 12:27 PMGET YOUR SHOP AND ARTS ONGrace Howl Contemporary ArtGrace Howl Contemporary Art is a fine art gallery located on Central Avenue in the Rosemary District. The gallery features abstract paintings by Sarasota-based artist Grace Howl along with a series of rotating exhibitions. Visitors to Grace Howl Contemporary Art can engage in conversation with the artist, as the gallery also serves as Grace Howl’s working studio. 419 Central Ave, 941-539-5302.gracehowlart.comHome ResourcePioneers of the area’s architectural renaissance, owners Michael and Kathy Bush offer the best in European and American contemporary furniture design. Whether you’re searching for mid-century modern-inspired pieces like a bright-colored womb chair or an ultra-modern white leather sectional, Home Resource is a must-do for those decorating new Florida digs. Tons of furniture lines from Knoll, Herman Miller, Vitra, Fritz Hansen, Moroso, Giorge"i and Flou. 741 Central Ave. 941-203-4669.Sarasota Architectural SalvageLooking for a special chandelier for your home? How about one that used to hang in the Dupont Theatre in Wilmington, DE? Or if you’re an Elvis fan, consider a three-piece frieze rescued from Memphis’ Ellis Auditorium—the site of Elvis’ first sold-out concert. Sarasota Architectural Salvage, located just north of the Rosemary District, carries an impressive selection of furniture, architectural objects and decorative artifacts that were saved from historic buildings. If you’d like to take home a piece of local history, there are plenty of locally salvaged pieces such as wood sections taken from Sarasota High School’s basketball gym floor or weathered heart pine salvaged from the floor of the old train station. 1093 Central Ave. 941-362-0803.Sarasota Collection Home StoreFor those looking to outfit a new condo or home, this high-end interior boutique is a must-see. The store offers by far the most comprehensive collection of exclusive furniture collections, such as Global Views,622 Central Ave. 941-955-8313.City to Yemeni parents – embarks on a mission, traveling from sunny California to a Trump Rally in Kentucky, a small town in the heart of Georgia, Union Square in NYC and a variety of locales in between. Eventually, they cobble together a diverse group of people to embark on the adventure of a lifetime, arriving in Cairo, Egypt, in July of 2017 where they spend 10 days paired with locals. Film: 6:30pmSummer and CompanySarasota BalletArterior and Dwell, hand-made rugs and interior accessories in the area. Home decor here is modern yet filled with character. The team can even custom-design the furniture of your dreams. Custom bed linens are also a hit. Sarasota Collection strives to bring beauty and comfort to your home whether you stop by in search of something specific or hire the team to help makeover your space.Practically feel the sea breeze walking through the doors of this home decor boutique. Founded by Mandi Rapisardi and Tracey Rapisardi, the mother-daughter duo is associated and preferred by Coastal Living Magazine and Southern Living magazine for their interior design/ styling services. The home furnishings shop soaks up all things Gulf Coast lifestyle with a collection of oceanic designs and nautical elements to create a simplistic coastal nook. 431 North Orange Ave. 941-877-1326.THINGS TO DOHousing the children’s program for the Sarasota Ballet, the new studios in Rosemary are teeming with dance classes for children. The Sarasota Ballet School is one of a few schools in Florida to offer examinations and assessments with the world-renowned Royal Academy of Dance. 1400 Boulevard of the Arts, sarasotaballet.orgSarasota Contemporary Dance From the professionalcompany’s rehearsals to dance classes for adults and children, this bright third-story studio hosts contemporary and hip hop classes from beginner to advanced levels.1400 Boulevard of the Arts, Suite 300 sarasotacontemporarydance.orgArnold Simonsen Players Studio Fogartyville Community Media and Arts CenterA hub for arts and conversation in the Rosemary District, Fogartyville is a special gathering place for those who appreciate good music and community. In addition to live concerts, Fogartville also hosts arts and culture and educational events.The Players Studio has classes for children as young as three years old through adult. There is a variety of classes offering instruction in acting, singing and dancing for all levels of experience. The studio also offer a variety of workshops to refine your skills. 1400 Boulevard of the Arts. 941-552-8879.525 Kumquat Ct. wslr.orgOctober 6 | Kyshona Kyshona Armstrong, a music therapist gone rogue, has a natural gi# for using music to tap into emotion. Audiences will o#en find a common thread of overcoming, hope, and empowerment in her songwriting and storytelling. Her latest album, “The Ride”, shows off vocal stylings that are reminiscent of Aretha Franklin, E"a James and Al Green. Performance: 7pm. October 22 | Free Trip to Egypt A film about the transformational power of human connection, and a remarkable experiment in kindness and empathy. With initial reactions ranging from suspicion to hostility, Mounib – accompanied by YouTube celebrity and racial activist Adam Saleh, a Muslim born in New YorkFEATURE-ROSEMARY-SRQOCT19.indd 58NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION Rosemary District AssociationIf you live, work or own property in the Rosemary District, Rosemary District Association is your neighborhood association—providing a forum for collecting and discussing the diverse points of view of its members; representing the neighborhood in ma"ers involving local government; promoting cooperation between the Rosemary District and other neighborhoods; and, acting to directly improve the neighborhood. rosemarydistrictassociation.org9/18/19 12:27 PMFEATURE-ROSEMARY-SRQOCT19.indd 599/18/19 10:40 AMFEATURE-ROSEMARY-SRQOCT19.indd 609/17/19 8:18 PMFEATURE-ROSEMARY-SRQOCT19.indd 619/18/19 11:50 AM
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