RESTAURANTS

With strong cultural influences, Tampa offers a variety of amazing restaurants for conference attendees who would like to explore beyond the hotel's excellent dining options (Armani's and Oystercatchers).

 

Columbia Restaurant

The original Columbia Restaurant, located in the historic Ybor City is the oldest continuously operated restaurant in Florida, the oldest Spanish restaurant in the United States and one of the largest Spanish restaurants in the world with 1,700 seats in 15 dining rooms taking up 52,000 square feet over an entire city block.  Founded in 1905 in, the landmark is still owned by the Hernandez/Gonzmart family and serves Spanish and Cuban cuisine. 

 

Ulele

Ulele is a native-inspired restaurant and brewery, using fresh fruits, vegetables, seafood and other proteins from Florida when they are available.  Ulele sits on the banks of the Hillsborough River next to the Ulele Spring.  It is adjacent to the Water Works Park, which has been transformed into a family-friendly park.

 

Mise En Place

Mise en Place is Tampa’s premier restaurant for Modern American cuisine, an exciting and dynamic fare whose flavors reflect the Chef’s insatiable love of food as well as our region and our global community on the West Coast of Florida. The passion of independent proprietors is reflected in the spirit of the staff and the quality of the level of personal care in the dining experience.

 

The Capital Grille

From the moment you step into The Capital Grille, the experience is one of comfortable elegance. African mahogany paneling and Art Deco chandeliers provide a warm, stately setting for our nationally renowned dry-aged steaks, fresh seafood, and acclaimed world-class wines. With service as gracious as it is attentive, we look forward to impressing you.

 

Bern's Steak House

Bern's Steak House is famous for not only its food, much of which is organic and grown especially for Bern's, but also for its massive wine list.  In its cellars can be found depression-era French red wine, pre-war Sauternes, and Madeira from the 17th century. Diners can take a tour of the wine cellar as well as the kitchen at Bern's after their meal.

 

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