Jul 30, 2014
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Business Roundup: Starbucks New Hours, Another Dinner Spot, More Fitness Options

There's a lot happening on the Westchase business scene. We give you the scoop.

Business Roundup: Starbucks New Hours, Another Dinner Spot, More Fitness Options

The West Park Village Starbucks is changing its weekend hours. The location at 10118 Montague St. used to open 5:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m. seven days a week. Starting Aug. 25, they will open at 6:00 a.m. on the weekends. The weekend early mornings were really slow, a Barista told Patch.

Speaking of West Park Village, The Village Market Cafe (formally West Park Bagel) is now serving dinner. The location at 10110 Montague St. launched the dinner menu this week and it's proved to be a hit. The menu consist of comfort foods like pot roast, roast pork and rotisserie chicken. Wednesday's are extra special when the market serves 1 pound of snow crabs with corn on the cob for dinner. Did we mention all the meals are just $8.99?

After eating all that good food, you'll be glad to know that some new fitness options have come to Westchase. Kosama, which opened earlier this summer at 9530 W. Linebaugh Ave. next to World of Beer, is the group exercise extension of . Their 8-week workout program is heart rate based and all of your calories and heart rate is shown on a flat screen during your workout. The Westchase Kosama is the first Florida location for the chain.

Over off Race Track Road, a new gym called Art of Strength is set to open in early September. It will be located at 13740 McCormick Drive. Lucky for us, owner and head trainer Jimmy Myers currently blogs for Westchase Patch! Check Art of Strength out on Facebook to stay up to date.

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