Guide to Hyde Park

Photo By Rodney May, Flickr Account: Legalwheel

Hyde Park is Tampa’s quaint and quiet storybook neighborhood. Nestled alongside Bayshore, Hyde Park is a sweet little escape from the bustle of Tampa’s busier streets and district.

Hyde Park Restaurants

Zudars – A top quality deli that knows that a sandwich is more than just two pieces of bread and some meat. At Zudars, they take their sandwiches seriously and it shows.

The Deck – Sometimes the best things in life are simple and covered with cheese. No frills pizza on the front porch is about as good as it gets.

The Wine Exchange – Eating light doesn’t mean you should have to sacrifice flavor, so dine with the Wine for plates that will leave you satisfied and not running for the gym.

Irish 31– Irish Pub of the classy kind, serving all the things you would expect like classic Bangers and Mash and Guiness.

Timpanos – Take a trip to New York circa 1950 for fine dining including steaks, chops, pasta and martinis.

Hyde Park Cafe

Hyde Park Nightlife and Bar Guide

Hyde Park Cafe – Indoor/Outdoor bar/night club that can be casual one night and posh the next depending on if a guitar is playing or a DJ is spinning.

Four Green Fields – Calling this bar and grill authentic Irish would be an understatement. Walk into Four Green Fields and fall into a bar in the heart of Dublin, where the Guinness is flowing and traditional Irish song and dance rule the wood floors.

The Retreat – Chic neighborhood bar offering all of the comforts of a hole in the wall pub without all the plastic cups and sticky bar stools.

Hyde Park Things to Do

CineBistro – Bringing a whole new meaning to dinner and a movie. This dine-in theater concept serves a full food and drink menu while you watch big screen feature films in over-sized leather seats with pull out tray tables.

Old Hyde Park Village  Quaint shopping district with specialty shops and boutiques in an outdoor atmosphere. (The Village hosts events all year round so keep checking back for details.)