Welcome to Tampa Bay! In this document, you will find the plan for your visit to Florida’s fastest-growing tourism destination.


~1.5 hours


Oxford Exchange

420 West Kennedy Boulevard


Stylish and sophisticated, Oxford Exchange is housed in a historic building near the University of Tampa. In the years since it opened, the combination of restaurant, coffee bar, bookstore and home décor shop has become a popular place for breakfast, brunch and lunch.

Oxford Exchange Website ➜

305 E Polk St.


A hidden gem right around the corner from the Tampa Theatre, Supernatural features some amazing breakfast sandwiches and the best sourdough donuts you've ever had. Grab a table outside the shop or walk a few minutes to Curtis Hixon to enjoy your breakfast on the water. 

Supernatural Website ➜

2616 S MacDill Ave.


A Tampa staple, Datz features an eclectic menu including a Chicken n' Waffle Benedict, shrimp and grits, and biscuits and gravy. It's always a lot, some come hungry. 

Datz Website ➜


~1 hour


Hyde Park Village

1633 W Snow Ave.

Hyde Park, a neighborhood of walkable, tree-covered streets known for its meticulously preserved Arts-and-Crafts bungalows dating from the 1920s. Hyde Park Village is an open-air shopping district within the neighborhood with great mural photo opportunities!

~1.5 hours

The Candle Pour

Candle Pour

1619 West Snow Circle

The Candle Pour is a custom candle-making experience that allows you to create your own candle from your choice of over 100 different fragrance oils. The process in our shop only takes about 45 minutes for all products.  Once your candle is poured, it will need to set for 2 hours before it is ready to go home (most of our flameless options can be taken with you immediately).  Hyde Park provides several great options for shopping, restaurant, theatre & fitness to fill your time while you wait. **Candles need a minimum of 2 hours to set, don’t forget to leave time to pick it up. 


~ 2 hours



1633 W Snow Ave.


Since you'll already be in Hyde Park Village waiting for your custom candles to finish, Forbici will be a perfect way to chow down and kill some time. Their menu consists of some amazing salads, house-made pastas, and modern Italian pizza. 

Forbici Website ➜

1810 N Highland Ave.


Ulele features indigenous Florida-inspired dishes, a stunning view of the Riverwalk, and its own on-site brewery piped straight to the taps. It's a must-see, but you might want reservations if you're going on the weekend. 

Ulele Website ➜

400 N Ashley Dr.


Right up the stairs from Curtis Hixon Park (inside the big cylindrical Sykes building) is a fine-dining establishment known for their steaks. But don't be fooled, they have a large selection of salads, burgers, and other delicious entrees that'll satisfy any hunger.

Malio's Website ➜


~ 2 hours 

Tampa Riverwalk

Tampa Riverwalk

The Tampa Riverwalk runs for 2.6 miles (4 km) along the Hillsborough River and Garrison Channel, linking downtown’s favorite attractions like gems on a string. Riverwalk visitors can drink alcohol as they stroll, as long as they buy it from the eight approved vendors along the way and carry it in specially designated cups. At night, the Riverwalk’s canopies are lighted along with the bridges that cross the river.

~ 2 hours 

The Cake Drip

Cake Drip

1625 W Snow Cir.

Made from premium chocolate, the freshest ingredients and love. Handcrafted chocolate bars are made fresh daily in our Hyde Park Village chocolate kitchen in many delicious varieties. Choose from over 25 ingredients to customize your own chocolate bar Plus more customizable tasty treats.


~2 hours

Dinner Options

Casa Santo Stefano

1610 W Swann Ave.


Timpano embodies the warmth of an Italian kitchen during the day and the energy of a neighborhood cocktail bar at night. A rustic elegance surrounds you with the fresh decor and foliage, the lively music, and the menu featuring comfort classics with a modern twist.

Timpano Website ➜

1607 N 22nd St.

Casa Santo Stefano

In the words of owner and local Tampa champion Richard Gonzmart: "Housed In A Former 1925 Ybor City Macaroni Factory, Casa Santo Stefano Pays Fond Tribute To The Sicilian Food I Ate Every Sunday With My Best Friend Vincent Palori."

Casa Santo Website ➜

2208 West Morrison Ave.


With 300 bourbons, 40 wines by the glass, 60 cheeses and a variety of charcuteries, Haven is a warm and welcoming home away from home.

Haven Website ➜