This reformed dive bar has managed to stay true to the elements of a hole in the wall establishment while embracing some class and drinking sophistication.
Neighborhood bar, happening music venue and beer’s best friend posing as an English Pub. Don’t let the exterior of Yeoman’s fool you – this pub isn’t all Fish and Chips.
Don’t let the name fool you. Hyde Park Café does not serve coffee. Their drink menu is a blend of signature cocktails, top shelf liquors and over 60 craft, draft beers.
East meets West sports and sushi bar. Sometimes you can have it all. The Rack has billiards, flat screens, nachos and sushi all under one roof.
A Tampa treasure and the only restaurant on waterfront Bayshore. The Colonnade opened in 1935, so after almost a century of operation you better bet this place has a concept that works.
City owned riverfront, urban tiki bar. The City of Tampa has acknowledged that parks alone aren’t going to bring visitors to the Riverwalk – but a bar will.