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.)