Hyde Park Village, Tampa
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Hyde Park Village is a small shopping area with a few upscale restaurants, a coffee shop, and an Irish pub. The architecture is kind of blocky and brick. Some trees shade the area and there is an alley with an expensive cafe, Wine Exchange Bistro, with nice outdoor seating. A Spanish fountain surrounded by trees and boutiques makes for a pretty spot- Indigo Coffee is here.
Overall there isn't much to do here with kids, but a date night if you have some money to spend on a classy restaurant could bring you here.
The surrounding area is a grid of tree-lined streets with historic craftsman houses and some quaint mansions. After your date, take a stroll south down one of these streets to Bayshore Blvd where you can walk beside the water.
Another place to eat is in downtown Tampa at the modern, inexpensive cafes around Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park.
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A shopper makes her way across Snow Ave.
The Spanish fountain in the pretty area with large trees near Indigo Coffee.
Red British telephone booth.
A pretty sight as you round the corner on Snow Ave.
Hyde Park Village is located on Snow Ave as well as S. Village Circle. There is a large parking structure on the corner of Swann Ave and Rome Ave.
Indigo Coffee, 716 S. Village Circle, Tampa FL 33606, call (813) 250-0345.
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Overall Visitor Rating: Unrated.