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Hungry? Try One of These Incredible Food Halls in Tampa Bay

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Can’t decide what to eat? Then, head over to one of the many food halls in Tampa Bay! These unique dining experiences offer food for all tastes and budgets under one roof. We are lucky to have four food halls, and more coming soon, that each have their own vibrant atmosphere and delicious food options. 

So whether you can’t decide what you’re in the mood to eat or are meeting up with friends that all have different tastes, check out one of the amazing food halls in Tampa Bay that are such to leave your taste buds happy!

Located along the Hillsborough River in Tampa Heights, the Heights Public Market at Armature Works is one of our go-to food halls in Tampa Bay. Armature Works is a food-lover’s dream with over fifteen food vendors, communal seating surrounding, and two sit-down restaurants. From wood-fired pizza to craft cocktails to breakfast all day, Armature Works has got something for everyone, including many vegan and gluten-free options.

Once you’ve ordered your food, there are a couple of different places you can sit to enjoy. The lawn overlooking the Riverwalk is definitely is one of our favorite parts of Armature Works. We also love the view of downtown from the rooftop bar, M. Bird!

Sparkman Wharf, located in the heart of downtown Tampa, offers some of the best waterfront views, live music, craft beer, and dining in Tampa Bay!

The Dining Garden brings you ten food options, all located in retrofitted shipping containers, including street tacos, oysters, the famous Jeni’s ice cream, and more. The waterfront beer garden, LightHaus is now open! They’re serving up an array of beer, seltzers, wines and NYC-style pies. Perfect place to bring your crew to enjoy some views and brews!

Sparkman Wharf is also home to Splitsville and numerous shops. This unique space is the perfect place to hang out and enjoy the beautiful Tampa Bay weather!

To see our favorites at Sparkman Wharf, check out 10 Awesome Restaurants at Sparkman Wharf.

On the banks of Lake Mirror is Lakeland’s first food hall, the Joinery. This modern food hall offers diverse dining options, so there is sure to be something for everyone. Many of our favorites at Armature Works have sister locations at the Joinery, like Gallito Taqueria and Ava. We recommend finishing your meal up with a house-made waffle cone from Mayday.

With it’s trendy, minimalist interior and relaxed vibes, the Joinery is definitely one of our favorite food halls in Tampa Bay. For more, check out Our Favorite Spots at the Joinery.

The Ciccio Restaurant Group is at it again bringing all of our favorites under one roof in St. Pete! This quick-service food hall includes Better Byrd, Taco Dirty, Fresh Kitchen, and Sweet Soul. 

On the Fly has 2 outdoor, pet-friendly patios for dining and lounging. This is a great spot for those with dietary restrict, as a matter of fact, each vendor has an emphasize on gluten free and plant based option. 

📍4447 4th Street N. St. Pete, FL

 

Coming Soon...

The Hall at Midtown and the Hall on Central

The Hall on Franklin is expanding! The Hall at Midtown is bringing seven new restaurant concepts to the mixed-use development, Midtown, in Tampa and is set to open early 2021. The Hall on Central will be opening in the EDGE District of St. Pete, date not yet announced. 

More Foodie Spots in Tampa Bay

It’s no secret that Tampa is a foodie’s paradise! If you’re looking to try out a new spot, look no further than our City Guides. We think you’ll love checking out these blogs:

Don’t forget to tag us in your Tampa Bay adventures @stufftodointampabay on Facebook or Instagram! 

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