We’re exploring Tampa Bay bike share station by bike share station, and discovering hordes of hidden gems in the process. Surrounded by cuisine from all over the world, there’s nothing Moody about this hub in South Tampa. Ride on over, explore, and get a belly full of deliciousness.
There’s nothing like fish and chips washed down with a cold pint of Guinness. The Dubliner makes for an easy hang-out with its indoor-outdoor seating and lively entertainment schedule. Relax on the patio with friends, or sit and enjoy a cold brew at the quintessentially Irish bar.
Its eclectic menu and nightly “Five for $5” menu makes Cheap a popular foodie spot in SoHo. Keeping things inexpensive? Go for the $5 Calamari Fritos, Chorizo en Sidra or the Snack Pack, which comes with a slider, wings and fries. Hungry? There’s an ample selection of sushi, ceviche and pizza, too.
A late-night staple in SoHo, The Drynk fuses an exclusive lounge and canopied patio with a high-energy nightclub. There’s over 4,500 square feet of entertainment space, lavishly decorated, and a packed schedule of DJs.
Tender pieces of steak, bright red tomatoes, yellow peppers and onions sautéed in a fiery wok. Shredded chicken breast covered in yellow pepper cream, milk, pecans, piso bread and parmesan cheese. Potato cakes inspired by the Incas. For traditional Peruvian cuisine in an elegant setting, it has to be Chakana SoHo.
Dim Sum and then some. When you get that Asian food craving, head to TC Choy’s. You’ll find all the classics on the menu – sweet and sour chicken, peking duck, Malaysian curry, Thai penang – and even a “fortune cookie” dessert beverage.
Whether you’re shopping for dinner ingredients or picking up a last-minute birthday cake, Publix Greenwise is packed with all the organic produce and reliable staples you need, just a short ride from downtown.