New Years Eve Gala 2019 at Armature Works

New Year's Eve Armature Works Tampa

Want to spend New Year’s Eve 2019 at one of the hottest new spots in town? Armature Works is throwing an all-inclusive New Year’s Eve Gala with Big City Events and tickets are now on-sale starting at $205 per person (excludes taxes and fees). Reserved table options are also available.

Buy tickets: http://bit.ly/2RkNbmD

Tickets include a top shelf open bar (liquor, beer, wine, and champagne all night long), live music, DJ entertainment, and a selection of hor d’oeuvres. The event will run from 9PM on New Years’ Eve to 1AM.

Prices will increase until the day of the event although tickets are limited so it is recommended that you get your ticket early.

Armature Works New Year's Eve Gala 2019

Guests will enjoy fireworks waterfront at midnight from the outside lawn at Armature Works with the Downtown Tampa skyline in the backdrop.

For more information visit http://nyeaw.com

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Christmas Day Champagne Buffet at Rusty Pelican Tampa

Nothing gets the holidays flowing like champagne. Rusty Pelican Restaurant located at 2425 North Rocky Point Drive in Tampa has a special Christmas Day Champagne Buffet for guests this year.

The 2018 Christmas buffet will run from 10AM-4PM and cost $75 for adults and $35 for children ages 5 to 12.

Rusty Pelican Christmas Day. Enjoy a champagne buffet with amazing views and Christmas Day surprises.

Offerings on the menu include Prime Rib, Holiday Ham, Crab Legs, Festive Sides, Decadent Desserts, Bottomless Mimosas, Bloody Mary Bar, and more as well as a festive photo booth.

Reservations can be made online at OpenTable and an advance deposit is required. Cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance.

Happy eating!

Tampa listed number 11 place to visit in 2019 by Food and Wine

Downtown Tampa Skyline

Popular food magazine Food & Wine put Tampa, Florida on its list of top food destinations to visit in 2019 at number 11 out of 33 in a major win for the Lightning capital. Tampa beat out San Diego, Las Vegas, Memphis, and Portland in the list…to name a few.

The excitement over our new food halls at Armature Works and Sparkman Wharf seems to have much to do with all the press as well as Rooster and The Till. One interesting inclusion on the listing is King State Coffee which has yet to open its doors (although many local shops sell their coffee).

Check out my list of coffee shops to visit in Tampa

Photo via Reddit User u/thetampa2

Hopefully this attention on Tampa means that people will take a deep-dive into the local food scene we have here as well. Time to get writing.

Christmas Eve / Christmas Dinner at Epicurean Hotel Tampa

Epicurean Hotel Christmas Dinner in Tampa

Looking for a meal this Christmas Eve and Christmas 2018 in Tampa?

Check out Epicurean Hotel in South Tampa for a special three-course meal offering from 5PM-10PM on Christmas Eve and 11AM-10PM on Christmas Day. Reservations are suggested.

Dining options start at $48 depending on your main entree choice.

Offerings include a Black Pepper Bucatini, Duck Confit, Filet Mignon, Buttermilk Panna Cotta, and more. View the full menu: http://epicureanhotel.com/events/christmas-eve-dinner/

Make a reservation at (813) 999-8726 or online at OpenTable.

Epicurean Hotel is a food-focused hotel that hails from the same owners as Bern’s Steak House, located across the street, in a collaboration with Mainsail Lodging & Development.

The hotel has numerous offerings for guests and visitors include Elevage Restaurant, EDGE Rooftop Bar, Epicurean Theatre, and more.

Tampa, Florida – Neighborhood Guide

So you want to move to Tampa, but the neighborhoods aren’t easily defined online?

Here is my guide and interpretation of the neighborhoods in Tampa. I have also included the average rent prices of a 2-bedroom apartment as of January 2018.

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Ybor City: One of the most historical parts of town. Ybor City was where the cigar factories once operated and a home to many Spanish, Italian, and Cuban settlers in Tampa. More recently, Ybor City is known as an art and an LGBTQ district with plenty of businesses catering specifically to that.

Some historical buildings including the The Cuban Club and The Italian Club which served as a gateway for immigrants in the 1900s.

You’ll find lots of great, local restaurants and dive bars. The area has received quite an amount of bad press for shootings and crimes over the years…however, I have been going there for over 10 years at night and been fine. The police are active in the area (you’ll notice). There is a great Saturday Morning Market every week. Due to the areas Cuban roots, you’ll find the Cuban Sandwich almost everywhere in Ybor City which claims they came up with it first (Miami disagrees). Most people get their bread from La Segunda Bakery which has been around for what seems like forever. Also look out for the National Cuban Sandwich Festival and Festival Italiana every year usually around March/April.

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Downtown Tampa: The blossoming part of Tampa thanks to tons of investment by Mr. Jeff Vinik, owner of the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Amalie Arena (also Downtown) and his investors. Downtown Tampa has long been a workplace for Tampa’s corporate since at least the 90s, but with lots of investment from the City of Tampa it is also developing as a hub with restaurant, bars, events, and the Tampa Riverwalk: a miles-long waterfront path that connects South Tampa and Downtown.

The Curtis Hixon Park here is the main attraction to outside residents and is next to the Tampa Museum of Art and a few other museums. Festivals and concerts are regularly held at the park. Most people in Downtown Tampa live in condo buildings and they can get quite pricey. The University of South Florida (USF) is opening its Medical School in Downtown in 2019. Don’t miss the historic Tampa Theatre, a beautiful building and great place to watch indie films.

You’ll also find The Florida Aquarium here and a new waterfront outdoor food space called Sparkman Wharf.

South Tampa: South Tampa is one of the largest parts of Tampa and filled with expensive real estate and fancy restaurants – most of it is residential. It is also home to SoHo or South Howard which is a small street filled with bars that attract college students from nearby University of Tampa and party animals from Thursday to Saturday night.

For a more relaxed experience visit Hyde Park Village in Old Hyde Park which has some great shops, restaurants, bars, and a CineBistro movie theater. Bayshore Boulevard showcases Tampa Bay and is where the annual Gasparilla pirate festival happens annually in January. Think Mardi Gras with Pirates. Parking in South Tampa is troublesome for even residents with few driveways. There are plenty of condos and luxury homes here.

Westshore: The affluent part of West Tampa connects to the Tampa International Airport and the International Plaza & Bay Street mall. You’ll find high-end restaurants here such as Capital Grille, Fleming’s, Eddie V’s, Texas de Brazil, Ocean Prime, and various others. Corporate office buildings are spread just minutes from the airport. The International Plaza has high-end designer brands and there is also a large number of car dealerships and a good amount of strip clubs near here on Dale Mabry Highway. Some popular ones are Mon’s Venus, 2001 Odyssey, and Scores Gentleman’s Club. Popular craft brewery Cigar City Brewing is also found here and offers tours Wednesday through Sunday for $8. Dale Mabry connects you between North and South Tampa. You can easily head towards St. Petersburg or Clearwater as well via the nearby highways. Columbus and Kennedy will connect you to West Tampa and Downtown. You’ll also find the Westshore Plaza here which has an AMC Theatre and several shops though it is smaller than other malls in Tampa.

West Tampa: An older part of Tampa that hasn’t quite kept the pace with the rest of the city, but is in the middle of re-development. You’ll find lots of great Cuban restaurants in this section of town as well as Vietnamese spots. Nearby attractions include the Raymond James Stadium (where the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and USF Bulls play football), George M. Steinbrenner Field (where the Tampa Tarpons baseball team trains), and Downtown isn’t too far either. You’ll find some cheaper housing options here in some neighborhoods (depends on proximity to attractions).

Tampa Heights: You’ll find plenty of beautiful homes in this area that is about to boom thanks to the growth in Downtown Tampa. Tampa Heights is the home to two food halls and soon condos, hotels, and more. It is still in its infancy, but give it a few years to get some legs as it connects to the rest of town and this will be one of the busiest parts of town. Notable attractions include Armature Works, The Hall on Franklin, and Ulele.

Seminole Heights: This area is fairly new and connects North Tampa to Downtown Tampa. Previously it was quite poor and a staunch anti-corporate area of town. More recently there has been an influx of money and businesses into the area and it is growing thanks to some risky restaurateurs settling into the area. The bungalows are being restored much in the way South Tampa’s housing was transformed and the prices are on the rise. It has an indie and hipster feel to it. There is a lack of parking at the businesses and restaurants, but many are worth the hassle. The neighborhood is actually quite large and the area near Nebraska tends to be more sketchy and crime-prone compared to the area on Florida Avenue. Craft beer fans will find many places to love including Angry Chair Brewing, Brew Bus Brewing, and 7th Sun Brewing. There has also been movement in businesses on Sligh Avenue towards the Lowry Park Zoo.

North Tampa: This area of Tampa was once where most people settled down, but many people have left the area to suburbia and it shows. Areas such as Carrollwood, Temple Terrace, and the like have not aged too gracefully and are overrun with poverty mixed with expensive housing. One example is the University Mall next to the University of South Florida, which once was a mall that appealed to most of the middle class but has lost most of its support and tenants to neighboring and more affluent areas. There is an effort underway to restore this area of town by a group called Tampa Innovation. The areas largest university is located here with USF’s main campus and nearly 40,000 people coming into the area every day. Many are commuter students and go on their way after hours. Busch Gardens Tampa Bay theme park is a major attraction here along with their waterpark Adventure Island which is open seasonally.

New Tampa / Wesley Chapel: If you travel north from the University Area you’ll find yourself in New Tampa and Wesley Chapel. This area was nothing but trees a decade or two ago, but is now crawling with growth and traffic. Several affluent communities can be found here including Tampa Palms. The main reason someone might come into this area is to go to the Tampa Premium Outlets and Wiregrass Mall. Restaurants are quickly opening and some hotels are under-construction as well near these shopping destinations.

Westchase: Quite a large and affluent suburban space. Westchase sits on the Northwest side of town and is almost bordering on Oldsmar and Clearwater outside of Tampa. Westchase has a small neighborhood vibe and the shops and businesses reflect that. There isn’t too much happening there, but you can catch the annual PhilFest Filipino festival there.

Brandon: Technically Brandon is not Tampa, but it is also the suburbs of Tampa and many residents of Tampa end up here at some point anyway. Brandon has most everything that Tampa has minus the historical part and the great ethnic restaurants (although it is improving). Brandon is great because of its connection to I-4, Selmon Crosstown Expressway, and affordable home prices making it a great place to settle down. One not so great thing about Brandon is the traffic especially now that apartment complexes are being built left and right. Some attractions here include the Brandon Towncenter Mall, TopGolf, Dave & Buster’s, Bass Pro, among other things.

Riverview: Riverview is directly south of Brandon and where people have moved in mass in the last decade. Most homes are being built around Big Bend Road and U.S. Highway 301. Congestion is a major issue the farther south you go, but that hasn’t stopped families from moving to this area. Most residents have to drive to Brandon or Tampa to find things to do, but you’ll find some restaurants, breweries, and shops in the area that are chains.

The Godfrey Hotel Tampa upcoming Winterland + holiday events

Looking for some holiday cheer this December?

The Godfrey Hotel & Cabanas Tampa located at 7700 West Courtney Campbell Causeway has a number of upcoming events for the holidays that guests can enjoy.

The main event is “Winterland” which will have a number of rotating events throughout December and a pop-up bar. The event is FREE on weekdays with the exception of private events and family-friendly until 10PM. Winterland is 21+ after 10PM. The event will operate 7 days a week.

 

Winterland is produced by Matthew McCahill, who leads the growing division of Food and Beverage as Corporate Food & Beverage Director at Oxford Hotels and Resorts. 

During McCahill’s 28-year career, he has worked alongside top chefs/restaurateurs including Emeril Lagasse, Wolfgang Puck, and Nick Nicholas in fine dining restaurants and hotels from Las Vegas and Los Angeles to Chicago.

Christmas Caroloke will be available on Thursdays December 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th. Sing your favorite Christmas songs at Winterland.

Families can enjoy photo ops and dinner with the Grinch: Saturdays on December 8th, 15th, and 22nd from 5PM to 9PM.

The dinner buffet will feature an special holiday menu along with cookie decorating for kids, hot chocolate and eggnog bar, a giant snowman, and FREE photo ops with the Grinch. Dinner is $24.95 for adults and $12.95 for kids ages 6 to 12. 50% off for first-responders. 

Here are some notable events to keep track of:

  • Wednesday, December 5th (6PM to 2AM) – Grand Opening of Godfrey Hotel & Cabana Winterland: Enjoy a FREE event featuring a lighting of Winterland ceremony at 6PM, tour of Winterland, and the Grinch’s Cave, a meet-and-greet with the Grinch, holiday-themed Instagram photo ops, 12 cocktails of Christmas, and an eggnog and chocolate bar for kids and adults.
  • Thursday, December 6th (4PM to 9PM) – Pets in Wonderland: Bring your pets to this FREE event and enjoy some special photo ops with Winterland festivities on this day.
  • Friday, December 14th (5PM to 9PM) – Ugly Sweaters & Toys for Kids: Come out to an ugly sweater party at The Godfrey benefiting families in need. Tickets are $10. Donate a used or new toy for a FREE cocktail.
  • Monday, December 24th (5PM to 9PM) – Christmas Eve Dinner with Mrs. Claus: Enjoy a holiday dinner on Christmas Eve featuring a ham carving station, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, stuffing, and more. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be in the Winterland this day. Tickets are $24.95 for adults and $12.95 for kids ages 6 to 12. 50% off for first-responders.
  • Tuesday, December 25th (11:30AM to 8PM) – Christmas Day Buffet: Celebrate Christmas Day with a holiday buffet. Tickets are $24.95 for adults and $12.95 for kids ages 6 to 12. 50% off for first-responders.

For more information visit Winterland online at www.winterlandtampa.com

Restaurant News: Sparkman Wharf now open

Image via Strategic Property Partners

Sparkman Wharf is now open in the latest Water Street Tampa completion.  I had the pleasure of going to a blogger preview this Tuesday of the new food destination. 

After visiting I can say it is more of an outdoor food hall with multiple vendors selling different kinds of food and drinks. 

Continue reading “Restaurant News: Sparkman Wharf now open”

My journey through Busch Gardens Christmas Town 2018

Full disclosure: I was given complimentary tickets to Busch Gardens Christmas Town in exchange for an article about my experience at the annual event. Any opinions expressed are my own and do not represent Busch Gardens or any other entity.

My family and I hit the road on Saturday for an evening at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay for their annual Christmas Town event.  The weather on Saturday was perfect for a day at a theme park. It’s normally hot whenever I visit theme parks, but it was in the mid-60s on Saturday.

Immediately upon entering the theme park we encountered a few of the local workers dressed in excellent holiday outfits which made for great photo ops. If you are trying to take some family photos, Christmas Town is filled with props and characters to help build some great memories.

We decided to hit the ice skating show first called “Christmas on Ice”. I tried to hit this show last year, but arrived too late to enter the show. You need to arrive early if you want to watch this show, I recommend 30-40 minutes before the show at the minimum for good seats. 

“Christmas on Ice” was a really great show with some exceptional ice skaters and plenty of different themes that can appeal to families, couples, kids, and various groups. I really enjoyed this show and recommend it to anyone visiting Busch Gardens during Christmas Town.

After the show we made our way over to the Christmas Village. They relocated the village this year to the lanes by Gwazi due to construction in their old zone. There was a good number of food and drink options, but it did feel slimmed back a little.

I had a turkey panini that was excellent here, however there was quite a line and wait for food, which was definitely frustrating. I also tried the Chicken N Waffles, which were delicious but went a little too heavy on the apple butter.

I recommend hitting up Christmas Village earlier if you’re going to get food because some booths were overwhelmed by crowds and didn’t seem to have a proper system in place to handle them. It have also been the fact that the booth I was mainly at was making mac and cheese grilled cheese sandwiches, which may be logistically difficult. 

A nice added feature was wine tastings and a whiskey addition, which gives you some liquor options unless you to venture over to Dragon Fire Grill & Pub or one of their other restaurants for some libations (we eventually did). 

After we grabbed some food, we wandered over to the Serengetti Overlook Restaurant to watch the Carol of the Bells light show which is always fun and great for kids. After that we ventured back and headed towards the Sing-a-Long Train which is always one of my favorite things to do at Christmas Town and great for when you’re tired of walking and need a break.

We wanted to hit up Santa Clause and Rudolph but the wait times were over an hour so we decided to skip it since we didn’t have much time left until the theme park closed. Busch Gardens does sell priority access to these areas for $24.99 for those who would rather pay to skip the line. 

One thing we didn’t see this year that I expected to see was the snow machines, which I appreciate quite a bit living here in Florida. Hope those come back in the future. 

Overall, my family and I had a great time at Busch Gardens Christmas Town. The lights were beautiful and we enjoyed all the Christmas trees and cheer as well as all the photo opportunities to make some memories. Christmas Village could be improved a bit more logistically, but it was still enjoyable overall.

I recommend getting there early so you can get the most out of it or return back multiple times if you are a passholder and take your time going through the areas of the park and enjoying the holiday spirit.

Happy Holidays everyone!

Veteran’s Day 2018 Freebies

Looking for some freebies on Veteran’s Day 2018?

The national holiday will occur on November 11th and be observed on Monday, November 12th, 2018.

Veteran’s Day was originally founded as “Armstice Day” by President Woodrow Wilson on November 11th, 1919, the first anniversary of World War I and eventually become a way to commemorate all who have served our country.

Here is a list of places offering discounts – make sure to bring your valid identification to qualify:

  • 4 Rivers Smokehouse: All veteran’s and first-responders (with valid ID) will receive a complimentary sandwich at their local 4 Rivers) on Monday, November 12th.
  • Applebee’s Grill + Bar: All veterans and active-duty military can enjoy a free full-size entree Sunday, November 11th, from a selection of eight dishes
  • BJ’s Restaurant + Bar: Free meal up to $12.95 + free Dr. Pepper Sunday. 
  • Bonefish Grill: Free bang bang shrimp on Sunday, November 11th.
  • Buffalo Wild Wings: Free small order of traditional or boneless wing with a side of fries on Sunday, November 11th
  • California Pizza Kitchen: Free meal from special menu on Sunday, November 11th. BOGO card valid November 12th to November 18th. 
  • Chipotle: BOGO deal on Sunday, November 11th
  • Cracker Barrel: Free slice of Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola Cake or Craft Coffee Beverage
  • Cici’s Pizza: Free adult buffet on Sunday, November 11th.
  • Denny’s: Free Build Your Own Grand Slam from 5AM to 12PM Monday, November 12th for active, inactive, and retired military personnel. 
  • Grimaldi’s Pizzeria: Men and women who have served can enjoy 15% off their bill on Sunday, November 11th. Alcohol excluded. Not valid in NY, NJ, or CT.
  • IHOP: Free Red, White, and Blue pancakes or patriotic pancake combo on Monday, November 12th from 7AM to 7PM.
  • Longhorn Steakhouse: Free appetizer or dessert on Sunday November 11th.
  • Miller’s Ale House: 50% off meal on Sunday, November 11th.
  • Olive Garden: Free meal from special menu on Sunday, November 11th
  • Outback Steakhouse: Free bloomin’ onion and non-alcoholic beverage on Sunday, November 11th
  • Red Robin: Free Red’s Tavern Double with bottomless steak fries on Sunday, November 11th
  • Shake Shack: Free scoop of Shake Shack custard on Sunday, November 11th.
  • Sonny’s BBQ: Free pulled or sliced pork big deal combo for veteran’s and active duty on Monday, November 12th. Dine-in only.
  • Starbucks: Free tall hot brewed coffee on Sunday, November 11th.
  • Texas de Brazil: Two veteran’s dine complimentary and 20% off for up to 6 more guests on November 11th and November 12th.
  • Texas Roadhouse: Free lunch from special menu on Sunday, November 11th for active, former, or retired military. Dine-in only. 
  • Tijuana Flats: Free entree and drink Sunday with military ID. Dine in or take out. Limit 1 per person.
  • World of Beer: Free draught beer for veteran’s or $5 off your bill.
  • Zaxby’s: Free chicken filet sandwich on Monday, November 12th. 

Here are local spots in Tampa Bay offering deals for Veteran’s Day:

  • Brandon Harley-Davidson: Free food and drinks for all veterans, active duty, and retired military personnel on Saturday, November 10th from 11AM-3PM. 20% off general merchandise official licensed products. 
  • Fresh Harvest at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa: 2-4-1 buffet or 50% OFF buffet. $20 in free play will be offered to veteran’s (must visit Player’s Club to redeem).
  • Prost Kitchen + Bar: Free meal for active/retired military on Sunday, November 11th and Monday, November 12th. 
  • Tampa Bay Grand Prix: $10 per race special all weekend for all veteran’s and their families.
  • Tampa Beer Works: $1 off drafts for veterans on Sunday, November 12th

Guide: Don’t miss these Election 2018 voting discounts

Early voting starts in Hillsborough County and Pinellas County on Monday, October 22nd and will go until Election Day 2018 on Tuesday, November 6th.

This Election Day is important with seats such as the race for Governor, House of Representatives, and Senate on the line as well as plenty of amendments and tax proposals.

Learn more about voting in Hillsborough County: http://www.votehillsborough.org/

Learn more about voting in Pinellas County: http://www.votepinellas.com/

Uber and Lyft are providing FREE rides to the polls on Election Day. No excuses.

Some great local businesses will offering perks to voters who show up with their “I Voted” stickers during early voting through Election Day. 

Here is a list of participating local businesses with discounts I rounded up:

  1. Ginger Beard Coffee – 10% OFF with “I Voted” sticker. 1208 E Kennedy Blvd #112, Tampa, FL 33606
  2. Ybor City Wine Bar – One FREE glass of select wine or bubbles. 
    1600 E 7th Ave, Tampa, FL 33605
  3. Rooster & the Till – Show your “I Voted” sticker and enjoy at 15-percent ‘Neighborhood Love’ discount. 6500 N. Florida Ave, Tampa, FL 33604
  4. Nebraska Mini Mart – Show your “I Voted” sticker and enjoy at 15-percent ‘Neighborhood Love’ discount. 4815 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, FL 33603
  5. Bullfrog Creek Brewing Co. – $1 OFF your craft beer.  3632 Lithia Pinecrest Rd, Valrico, FL 33596
  6. The Refinery – 10% OFF per person with “I Voted” sticker. 
    5910 N Florida Ave, Tampa, FL 33604
  7. Surf & Turf Cafe – FREE side of fries when you order a sandwich or salad bowl from the cafe with “I Voted” sticker. 101 N Franklin St., Tampa, FL 33602
  8. Angry Chair Brewing – BOGO beer with “I Voted” sticker. 
    6401 N Florida Ave, Tampa, FL 33604
  9. The Lab Coffee Tampa – $1 OFF any espresso beverage with “I Voted” sticker. 1703 W State St, Tampa, FL 33606
  10. Empamamas (Armature Works) – 10% OFF your order with “I Voted” sticker. 1910 N. Ola Ave., Tampa, FL 33602
  11. Mekenita Cantina – 10% OFF your entire order with “I Voted” sticker. 
    6707 N. Florida Ave., Tampa, FL 33604
  12. Independent Bar and Cafe, Tampa – 15% OFF with “I Voted” sticker. 
    5016 N Florida Ave, Tampa, FL 33603
  13. Sulphur Springs Sandwich Shop – 10% OFF to whoever is wearing their “I Voted” sticker. 9000 N. Florida Ave. A, Tampa, FL 33604
  14. Jet City Espresso Seminole Heights – 10% discount off of all coffee/tea drinks with sticker.6601, 5803 N Florida Ave, Tampa, FL 33604
  15. Leaven Brewing – 10% OFF with “I Voted” sticker. 
    11238 Boyette Rd., Riverview, FL 33569
  16. Heights Pizza – 10% OFF to anyone who presents the “I Voted” sticker on pickup or delivery. 7504 N. Florida Ave, Tampa, FL 33604
  17. Snobachi – Buy 1, Get One 50% OFF from Tuesday to Thursday with “I Voted” sticker until Election Day. 2206 E. 7th Ave., Tampa, FL 33605, Tampa, FL 33605
  18. Cigar City Brewing – 10% OFF for “I Voted” Sticker on Election Day 2018 (Nov. 6). 3924 W. Spruce St., Tampa, FL 33607
  19. Brew Bus Brewing – FREE house beer to people with “I Voted” sticker (Election Day only). 
    4101 N Florida Ave, Tampa, FL 33603
  20. Hemingway’s (Armature Works) – 15% OFF with your voting sticker from now until Election Day! 1910 N Ola Ave, Tampa, FL 33602
  21. Coppertail Brewing Co. – Come with your “I VOTED” sticker and get a FREE beer. We are honoring this during early voting through Election Day (one per person on the day you voted please). 2601 E. 2nd Ave., Tampa, FL 33605