Like spring after winter, sunrise after night, and a rainbow following a storm, life is starting to return to normal again in Tampa Bay. As businesses cautiously open their doors, and people begin to return to restaurants, cafés, parks and other outdoor spaces, what’s the first place you plan to head back to? Where do you find your Tampa Bay Zen? Is it the gym, or a favorite café, coffee shop, park or waterfront spot? Share your adventures on Finding Your Zen in Tampa Bay at #UnlockTampaBay.
We know you missed us, Tampa Bay residents, and we missed you too! Tampa Bay restaurants and cafés are ready to welcome you back!
Food can be comforting in these times. Whether you are craving your favorite healthy lunch bowl, want to indulge in an over-the-top sweet treat, or satisfy a longing for some gourmet comfort food to enjoy along with your favorite craft cocktail, now more than ever, Tampa Bay dining establishments need your support.
Dine in again at your favorite Tampa Bay eatery or try out a new one! Or place your order and pick it up and bring a little of Tampa Bay’s culinary love home or to your favorite park, arboretum, waterfront spot or other outdoor space.
You can also use your favorite local meal delivery app—Doordash, Postmates, Uber Eats, GrubHub—and have a heaping helping of Tampa Bay culinary love delivered right to your door—like a virtual hug in these times.
Dive into the Tampa Bay culinary and craft cocktail scene from home by ordering a copy of “Tampa’s Table” and “Tampa With A Twist” and steep yourself in the diverse culinary culture and cocktail artistry of their pages while learning to recreate some of Tampa Bay’s classic and innovative dishes and exotic sips.
Tampa Bay area locals can’t wait to get outside and enjoy their city—whether it’s to paddle the calm waters of the bay or ride the tallest coaster at Busch Gardens. All over the city are great places where Tampa Bay residents love to dive in and soak up all the excitement the city has to offer, from adrenaline-inducing adventures to diverse cultural activities.
What’s the first Tampa Bay activity or destination you plan to dive into now that restrictions are being lifted?