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Nightlife


HATTRICKS – DT 107 S Franklin St. • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 225-4288 • www.hattrickstavern.com


Open daily 11:30am-3am.


Welcome to Hattricks. A downtown Irish hockey neighbor- hood tavern with great food and fine spirits located two blocks down from convention center. Happy hour Monday Friday from 4pm-8pm.


HOOTERS – DT 615 Channelside Dr. • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 221-2600 • www.originalhooters.com


Hooters is the place for great seafood, sandwiches, salads and, of course, nearly world famous chicken wings. With music classics from the 50’s and 60’s on the free jukebox and a casual, fun, beach like atmosphere, Hooters appeals to every walk of life from the business person to the blue jeans crowd. The beautiful, vivacious and world famous Hooters Girls provide great service in this national restau- rant chain which is always “delightfully tacky, yet unrefined.”


HOWL AT THE MOON – DT 615 Channelside Dr. • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 226-2261 • www.howlatthemoontampa.com


Open Thursday 7pm-2am; Friday-Saturday 7pm-3am.


Dueling pianos and laugh-out-loud crowd interaction. The most fun you can have with your clothes on.


HULA BAY CLUB – ST 5210 Tyson Ave. • Tampa, FL 33611 (813) 837-4852 • www.HulaBayClub.com


Open Sunday, Tuesday-Thursday 11am-10pm; Friday-Satur- day 11am-Midnight; Closed Monday.


At The Hula Bay Club and Duke’s Retired Surfer’s Island Bar, we know there’s nothing better than experiencing good food with good company at a place you can truly sit back and relax. We hope to see you soon. Until then...aloha!


INTERNATIONAL PLAZA & BAY STREET – WS 2223 N Westshore Blvd. • Tampa, FL 33607 (813) 342-3790 • www.shopinternationalplaza.com


200 stores and 16 sit-down restaurants. Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Dillard’s, Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Apple, Crate & Barrel, The Cheesecake Factory, The Capital Grille and Renaissance Tampa Hotel with courtesy airport shuttle. Adjacent to Tampa International Airport.


JACKSON’S BISTRO, BAR & SUSHI – DT 601 S Harbour Island Blvd. • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 277-0112 • www.jacksonsbistro.com


Open Monday-Thursday and Sunday 5pm-10pm, Friday- Saturday 5pm-11pm.


Jackson’s Bistro, Bar & Sushi specialized in downtown enter- taining. Offering prime aged steaks and the freshest seafood and sushi available with a breathtaking view of the Tampa


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skyline; Jackson’s is a must. Happy Hour Monday-Friday 4pm-8pm. Indoor or outdoor private event facilities available.


LODGE RESTAURANT & BAR – ST 516 S Howard Ave. • Tampa, FL 33606 (813) 251-5634 • www.lodgetampa.com


Open Monday-Sunday 5pm-3am.


The Lodge Restaurant & Bar’s got a wink and a nudge on every one of its menu’s seven pages. It’s a wide-open space, deep red, with gorgeous chandeliers and enough mounted antlers and such. Live music on the patio some nights, DJs on Fridays and Saturdays and ladies nights. Not too fussy, not too expensive, and likely to put a smile on your face. Visit www.cicciorestaurantgroup.com.


MACDINTON’S IRISH PUB & RESTAURANT – ST 405 S Howard Ave. • Tampa, FL 33606 (813) 251-8999 • www.macdintons.com


Irish pub and restaurant with delicious food and friendly Irish staff. Happy hour (2 for 1) 11:30am 7pm every day but Friday. Friday 6pm-8pm, $10 ALL YOU CAN DRINK. Patio, big screen TV, darts, pool, golf, ample parking and specials every night.


THE POOL BAR AT SEMINOLE HARD ROCK HOTEL & CASINO – ET 5223 N Orient Rd. • Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 627-7625 • (866) 762-5463 www.seminolehardrocktampa.com


Open from 11am-dusk.


Poolside seating is another option for banquet events with private cabanas, featuring televisions, sound systems, and mini-refrig- erators available for daily rental. Bathing suits encouraged.


SEMINOLE HARD ROCK HOTEL & CASINO – TAMPA – ET 5223 N Orient Rd. • Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 627-7625 • www.seminolehardrocktampa.com


With many restaurants and bars on property, you can enjoy a variety of tastes without leaving. Turn your solo career into a duet (or a trio) at any of our bars and lounges. Feel like dancin’? Mix it up with Tampa’s hottest nightclub scene.


SKIPPER’S SMOKEHOUSE AND OYSTER BAR – BG 910 Skipper Rd. • Tampa, FL 33613 (813) 971-0666 • www.skipperssmokehouse.com


The casual Key West atmosphere, Floribbean menu and live music has made Skipper’s Smokehouse the perfect gathering spot for locals and out of town guests since 1980.


SKYYE BAR – WS Tampa International Airport Marriott Hotel • Tampa, FL 33607 (813) 879-5151 • www.marriott.com


Open daily 11am-12:30am.


The Skyye Bar is a comfortable resting spot to dine with clients or refresh with a cocktail while waiting for a flight, all conveniently lo- cated in the lobby of the Tampa Airport Marriott Hotel, which is directly connected to the main terminal of the Tampa International Airport.


SPLITSVILLE – DT 615 Channelside Dr. • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 514-2695 • www.splitsvillelanes.com


Open daily 11am-2am.


Bowling, billiards and dinner lounge featuring gourmet appetizers, sushi, and classic retro entrées.


STUMP’S SUPPER CLUB – DT 615 Channelside Dr. Suite 305 • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 226-2261 • www.stumpssupperclub.com


Open Wednesday-Friday 4pm-2am; Saturday-Sunday 12pm-2am.


Featuring southern cooking and deep-fried dancing. Week- end show band...and a place where you can sing loud, dance wild, and eat food that makes the South proud.


TAVERNA OPA – DT 615 Channelside Dr. • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 443-4821 • www.tavernaopatampa.com


Take a trip to Taverna Opa and you’ll suddenly feel that you’ve arrived in Greece. Known for fresh, delicious Greek cuisine, you can enjoy lunch waterside or a night of enter- tainment with belly dancing on weekends, the Greek Zorba line dance, and confetti napkins showering you and guests!


THE LIME – ST 915 S Howard Ave. • Tampa, FL 33606 (813) 868-5463 • www.cicciorestaurantgroup.com


The Lime is a cocina Latina and tapas joint that is tailored for those who are looking for much more than Bud Light and bean burritos. Live acoustic music is featured on Monday hospitality nights and Thursday Saturday. Happy hour takes place until 7pm every day. In addition, outside the bright neon green bar cooler, is a row of twelve primarily import draft beers, fifty tequilas, and eleven fresh fruit purees.


TIMPANO CHOPHOUSE & MARTINI BAR – ST 1610 W Swann Ave. • Tampa, FL 33606 (813) 254-5870 • www.timpanochophouse.net


Open daily 11am-10pm.


Timpano Chophouse is all about savoring the high life. Big red wines and martinis at the Starlight Lounge. Live entertain- ment from Sinatra to swing. Bone-in steaks, chops, veal and pasta. Service is crisp and elegant as a white tablecloth.


TROPICS LOUNGE, SADDLEBROOK RESORT – NE 5700 Saddlebrook Way • Wesley Chapel, FL 33543 (813) 907-4441 • www.saddlebrookresort.com


Open daily 3pm-12am.


WET WILLIE’S– DT 615 Channelside Dr. • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 221-5650 • www.wetwillies.com


Sunday-Thursday 11am-12:30am; Friday-Saturday 11am- 2am.


A highly innovative and world renowned institution dedicated to serving the world’s best frozen daiquiris. We serve a variety of exotic and classic frozen drinks. Great food, great drinks, great people and an awesome time: that’s what we’re all about.


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