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We grew up going to Ybor for the food. They have Carmine's where you can't go wrong on the devil crabs and cubans. Get a seat at the window front to people watch while grabbing a fast lunch. The server's are laid back and not...More
If you want a good visit that brings you to an interesting period of history and a good cigar to enjoy, visit Ybor City. A wonderful place to go for couples and grown families. I wouldn't recommend this place to families with young children. Several...More
The Ybor City neighborhood in Tampa has historical significance in which visitors should explore and get acquainted. Old warehouse buildings have been renovated into shops, restaurants, movie 🎥 theater and nightclubs, just to highlight a few, for people to enjoy. Strolling 🚶♀️ this neighborhood during...More
Wonderful restaurants, lots of live music, nice drinks and fun. Had a great time with the wife making the rounds from club to club. Picked up a freshly hand rolled cigar for after dinner.
Super nice historical part of Tampa you don't want to miss.
This is a very unique area to visit. There is a lot of cigar history, and even for someone who detests cigars (sorry cigar smokers) it is completely interesting and full of city history. Park and walk everywhere.
Great fun to come here in the evening. Would start with dinner at Restaurant Columbia on 7th Ave and then go bar hopping or karaoke singing if you are so inclined. Lots of small cigar stores with their own manufacturing along 7th Ave if you...More
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I cannot give an exact address but as a reference try to look for Columbia restaurant, the end is 7th street, you will find signs directing you there, the streets are on a grid pattern. For a picture perfect of the... More
I cannot give an exact address but as a reference try to look for Columbia restaurant, the end is 7th street, you will find signs directing you there, the streets are on a grid pattern. For a picture perfect of the neighborhood I suggest to go there on a weekend.