Tampa's Centro Ybor is the place to meet friends and treat yourself to an exciting night of entertainment, shopping & dining.
Ybor City in Tampa offers fun for everyone! The Streetcar Fest is an event that fills
Centro Ybor with revelers.
Discover Tampa's Ybor City
Ybor City in Tampa Florida delights visitors with architecture from a bygone era, including wrought iron balconies, globe streetlights and brick-lined walkways. In this historic setting, culture and entertainment opportunities with a Latin flair abound.
For complete information about everything to see and do, make the
Ybor City Chamber of Commerce your first stop. Just down the street is the Ybor Museum State Park, which covers approximately one-half of a city block and includes an ornamental garden, a gift shop and restored cigar workers’ houses. The
J.C. Newman Cigar Museum & Factory Store
has also just opened.
In the heart of Ybor City, you can’t miss Centro Ybor – the appropriately named shopping, dining and entertainment centerpiece. Give yourself enough time, because there are theaters, dozens of restaurants, shops, and fun, fun, fun!
Tampa Bay Brewing Company offers great food & a wide variety of handcrafted beers.
Browse the eclectic shops along 7th Ave. Take the time to watch a “hand-rolled cigar” being made. Ybor is known as the “Cigar Capital of the World” and for purveyors such as Tampa Sweethearts Cigars where every cigar is manufactured by Tabacalera A. Fuente, a name well recognized all over the world by cigar aficionados for its fine quality and prestigious reputation.
Tampa's Latin Quarter knows how to heat things up. The entertainment district, with more than 60 restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, draws up to 30,000 people on weekend nights. Favorite eateries along the strip include Acropolis.
For Cuban food try Carmine's. Just off the strip is Rasoi Indian Cuisine, Tampa Bay Brewing Company and Asiatic Street Food + Noodle Bar.
No need to drive. Just hop on the TECO Line Streetcar at one of their four stops in Ybor City, Tampa!
Historic architecture abounds in this
area of Tampa that is notorious for
its mysterious past.
On 7th Ave, eclectic shops and a Latin flair spice up the "Cigar Capital of the World."