Hotel Bar

Downtown Tampa’s Hotel Bar has started closing its doors on Sundays to accommodate private events. The bar describes itself as “reinventing classic hotel bar drinks in a modern bar setting.” The 1,700-square-foot event space can hold up to 100 guests, seated and standing. Hotel Bar has been open for 18 months.

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