Tampa is famous for a lot of attractions, from theme parks to museums to the downtown restaurants. But, there’s a lot in Tampa that is less well-known but still worth exploring! If you’re looking for a date night finding some Tampa hidden gems, here are some you’re sure to love.
Check out these Tampa Hidden Gems
Anyone can appreciate a nice bouquet of flowers. But, how about a flower truck? Posies Flower Truck is exactly what it sounds like! A traveling truck with flowers that pops up all over Tampa at places like Oxford Exchange, flea markets, markets and more. You can find where Posies will be on their website. A bouquet from Posies will be extra special and memorable.
Boba tea and bubble drinks have been a hit for a while now. At the Boba House, you can pick from a large selection of boba drinks, slushes, coffee and more. On Friday nights, you can even take your date to an open mic night where you can enjoy performances by local artists including music, poetry and comedy.
The Wat Mongkolratanaram is a Thai Temple located nearby to downtown Tampa. On Sundays, you can spend a morning at the weekly open markets, rain or shine. From 8:30am to 1pm, you’ll be able to choose between many different food options at the various booths and spend time together. Lines get long, so the earlier the better.
If you consider yourself and your significant other to be tea lovers, and yet haven’t tried visiting the Kaleisia Tea Lounge, what are you waiting for? Even if you’re not an avid tea drinker, the atmosphere and taste of Kaleisia’s tea is so good, you’ll keep going back. For your next date, you can choose from the many different teas available, or go for one of the smoothies, entrees, and light bites also available. There are also vegan and gluten-free options.
Whoever said petting zoos were just for kids? At Branchton farms, you and your significant other can pet a number of animals at the petting zoo. Even if you’re not feeling like petting some animals, you can still have a good time visiting the market and finding some food to take home.
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