Alabamians are rolling with the Tide to Tampa this weekend to cheer on a hopeful victory against the South Florida Bulls.

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The Tampa Bay Times said that “USF’s clash with Alabama could approach Bulls attendance.” This means tons of Tide fans in Tampa, some maybe for the first time.

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We have you covered on the Tampa game day weather outlook and the top Tampa attractions. Now, we have our hit list of great dining options for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, and desserts.

Tampa Dining Guide for Alabamians Rolling with the Tide

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Breakfast – Brunch

Hime’s Breakfast House

Mom’s Place

Oxford Exchange

The Library

Whiskey Cake Kitchen & Bar


Glory Days Grill

La Segunda Central Bakery

Salt Shack on the Bay

Ted Peters Famous Smoked Fish

Trip’s Diner


Acropolis Greek Taverna

Bern’s Steak House

Coconut Charlie’s Beach Bar & Grill

Columbia Restaurant (Bite This! Food Review Favorite)

Malio’s Prime Steakhouse


Bake’n Babes

La Creperia Café

The C House

Urban Creamery


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