Naga Tea in Temple Terrace provides guests with a relaxed comfortable environment for hanging out, studying, or just enjoying perfect fresh brewed boba tea.
Roy and Rusty get into the holiday spirit with the Ginger Chai Kombucha Tea and the White Out IPA from Southern Brewing and Winemaking in Seminole Heights.
The Blind Tiger and CoWork Ybor are two sides of one coin: one a cafe and storefront, the other a collaborative workspace for creators and entrepreneurs.
Lee Roy Selmon's Restaurant is a cool place to kick up your football boots on a lazy Sunday, and watch the game with some of Tampa's southernest cooking.
DDrinkz is a boba place that serves smoothies, snacks, and some mean tapioca balls. AND they have a small karaoke machine. Let's go do karaoke there, guys!
Boba Internet Cafe was the beginning of the boba craze for me, and then died a shame-filled poop-panted death when they switched owners ~2006. Poop-panted.
Kaleisia Tea Lounge is the classiest, sexiest tea spot in Tampa Bay, where you can suck down bobas and chat up dirty hipsters. And relax.