Henry B Plant Museum
The silver minarets of Henry B Plant's 1891 Tampa Bay Hotel glint majestically, testimony to the vaunting ambitions of its creator who...
Florida Museum of Photographic Arts
This small, intimate photography museum is housed on the 2nd and 3rd story of the Cube, a five-story atrium, in downtown Tampa. In...
Tampa Museum of Art
Architect Stanley Saitowitz's dramatically cantilevered museum building appears to float above Curtis Hixon Park overlooking the...
This 900-seat theater is operated by the University of Tampa.
Mise en Place
This landmark Tampa restaurant has been a destination for romantic, sophisticated dining for more than 25 years. The menu emphasizes...
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Oxford Exchange information
Built in 1891 as a stable for the Plant Hotel, the re-imagined Oxford Exchange takes its inspiration from the venerable Wolseley in London. Chef Erin Guggino's American menu is served beneath sculptural palm fronds in a greenhouse atrium. There's also a tiny wood-paneled bookstore, a Buddy Brew coffee stand and TeBella bar. In 2014 it was granted a liquor license, which means an exciting new wine and cocktail menu powered by cold-pressed juices.
The restaurant recently opened for dinner on Thursday and Sunday evenings and is hoping to host a summer supper series.