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Cuisine


Average Entrée Price


Meals served


Style


Dining SB - Sunday Brunch


B - Breakfast L - Lunch D - Dinner


Downtown JACKSON STREET BISTRO


401 E Jackson St., Suite 101 Tampa, FL 33602


(813) 472-5777 • www.jacksonstreetbistro.com


An exceptionally crisp Tuscany bistro ambiance, with plenty of outside Florida dining, serving a refreshing eclectic menu including Benedict’s, omelets, wraps, sensational salads, fabulous desserts and innovative sandwiches. Catering is also available. All this accompanied by a professionally trained staff...friendly cooks from our open kitchen and our outgoing service staff...the formula for a perfect dining experience!


JACKSON’S BISTRO, BAR & SUSHI


601 S Harbour Island Blvd., Suite 100 Tampa, FL 33602


(813) 277-0112 • www.jacksonsbistro.com


Jackson’s Bistro, Bar & Sushi specializes in downtown entertaining. Offering prime aged steaks and the freshest seafood and sushi available with a breathtaking view of the Tampa skyline; Jackson’s is a must. Happy Hour Monday-Friday 4pm-8pm. Indoor or outdoor private event facilities available. JIMMY JOHN’S


DELI


GOURMET SANDWICHES 514 N Franklin St. Tampa, FL 33602


(813) 272-2527 • www.jimmyjohns.com


Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches provides America’s #1 sandwich delivery and world-class catering. We are a little bit fresher and whole lot faster! THE LOADING DOCK SANDWICH PUB


AMERICAN


100 E Madison St. • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 223-6905


www.myloadingdock.com


Our establishment provides breakfast and lunch at a reasonable price! Delivery and catering services available. Happy hour available. LONNI’S SANDWICHES, ETC.


DELI


513 E Jackson St. • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 223-2333


www.lonniscafe.com


“Lonni’s” is known for hand sliced wild rice bread, gourmet sandwiches and salads, and homemade desserts. Our catering trays and chocolate lovers’ dessert platters are deliv- ered for meetings. Our soups and salads are made from scratch and we have vegetarian options.


MAESTRO’S RESTAURANT Straz Center for the Performing Arts


1010 N W.C. MacInnes Place • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 229-7827 • www.tbpac.org


To enjoy a delicious meal just steps away from your seat at curtain time, dine at Maestro’s restaurant at Straz Center for the Performing Arts, please check our website for dates and hours of operation.


MALIO’S PRIME STEAKHOUSE 400 N Ashley Dr. • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 223-7746 • www.maliosprime.com


STEAK/SEAFOOD VARIES L/D FINE DINING


Malio’s Prime Steakhouse, Tampa’s newest and oldest restaurant now open in downtown Tampa. Outdoor seating available overlooking the Hillsborough River and the University of Tampa. Serving the best steaks in town along with the freshest seafood selections. Not only do we offer a cigar friendly patio, but private dining is also available! Hospitality is our heritage! MOXIES CAFÉ


DELI


514 N Tampa St. • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 221-4510


www.moxiesdowntown.com


Moxies is a café that specializes in sandwiches, salads, catering, and coffee. We use only the best ingredients and prepare everything in the highest standards. Our catering is done in a professional manner keeping the customer and their reputation in mind the whole time. Our ingredients used are the freshest possible, including our coffee beans that are roasted only as we need them and are used up in less than a week. Our sandwiches and salads are big enough to satisfy anyone’s appetite. Please visit our website to learn more about Moxie’s café.


72 VisitTampaBay.com VARIES B/L CAFÉ OTHER VARIES B/L/D FINE DINING B/L TAKE OUT/DELIVERY $10 B/L CASUAL $7 L/D TAKE OUT/DELIVERY AMERICAN $10-$17 L/D/SB CASUAL


AMERICAN


$7-$10


B/L


CASUAL


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