Okay so I don't meant literally stop what your doing, but if you had sampled some of the panini sandwiches at the Sono Cafe that I had sampled, then you would strongly consider it.
I had to head over there late yesterday afternoon for a meeting about the EcoFestival and Criterium events going on this weekend. While we were discussing business, I decided to have one of those famous panini sandwiches.
I had small sample of one a few weeks back on the Taste of the Riverwalk tour. That was a much smaller sample, but more than enough to make my mouth water for one as soon as I stepped into the door.
Be sure to check out the full menu as there are a number of panini to choose from, but I had the Parma Ham panini I believe. Pardon me if I don't know for sure, as I think I just devoured it before I actually took a good look at what kind it was. But it was well worth it, because it was the perfect end to a long day!
Panini's aren't the only thing on the menu believe me, as there are numerous coffees, gelatos, cookies, salads and sandwiches galore to choose from, so I need you guys to go out and spend some time there. That Way I don't have to go and order everything on the menu and make a pig of myself, which I could easily do!
I suggest going and ordering a panini and a gelato and then sitting outside on the patio to enjoy the great weather and panoramic view of the University of Tampa!
What makes the Sono Cafe (and the sandwiches) even better is that its nestled right on the first floor of the brand new Tampa Museum of Art, so it encompasses great food, and a great museum atmosphere to go along.
Again, though, don't just take my word for it! Go out there and check it out for yourself and leave me a comment on how you like it!
That's it for now, but stay tuned in for more updates on things to do in Tampa Bay, and tasty Tampa Bay dining tips!