Incredible boba tea, loose leaf tea, food, snacks, and more can all be found Bobacup, in University Plaza near the University of South Florida in Tampa.
The final hope for the University Mall lies in Studio Movie Grill, a classy in-theater dining experience more affordable than a regular movie theater.
The Wing King lives in a tiny little hut and doles out mass amounts of chicken wings on the unsuspecting public. And he makes a mean garlic teriyaki wing.
Noodle n' Thai (aka Asian Noodle World) is a beautiful little noodle shop prepared to fulfill all your kinkiest noodle fantasies.
The proverbial Ghost of Taco Past, Taqueria Monterrey was the Taco Bus' first foray into expansion, and boasted unique items and an incredible salsa bar.
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.
Acropolis Greek Taverna... somewhere between crappy dirt food and fancy date time food in quality. Also a club. I swear I will not type "Acrapolis" within.
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.
Time to get down and dirty with Salem's Gyros and Subs. And by down and dirty, I mean intercourse with gyros. Because come on, why not? CHEAP AND DELICIOUS.
You ever see a dude with a surf board on Bearss, waving and regretting his life choices? That dude is THE California Taco (akin to the California Raisins).