What is Centro Ybor?
Located in the heart of Ybor City,
Centro Ybor is an entertainment
destination that is destined to
become Tampa Bay's favorite place
to relax and have fun. Centro Ybor
features an exciting mix of retailers,
restaurants and entertainment venues
situated around a palm-lined plaza
that captures the flavor of Tampa's
historic Latin Quarter.
unique movie-going experiences.
entertainment destination for
the whole family.
featuring big talent from the
names in comedy clubs.
offering New American cuisine.
FYE - For
a new store design is unique to
location of the national
ultra-hip styles for feet.
The Cigar Museum at Centro Ybor
will give you a sense of
heritage of Ybor City while orienting
you to the
For more information visit them on
the web at
| TBay's Hot Spot Of The
The World Famous
1805 East7th avenue
Ybor Pirate themed bar. www.gasparsgrotto.com
Rock-N-Sports Bar & Grille
1811 N. 15th Street
(corner of 8th Ave &
Tampa, FL. 33605
Hopper's is more than just a
celebration of ales, beers, wines and
spirits from around the world.
Barley Hopper's offers authentic
quality dishes from around the world,
comparable to what you will find in
high-end restaurants but at
in Centro Ybor in
Bars and Clubs
1609 E Seventh Ave.
Ybor City FL
10 p.m. to 3 a.m.
2117 E Seventh Ave.
1902 E Seventh Ave.
1708 E Seventh Ave.
1503 E Seventh Ave.
1619 E Seventh Ave.
1911 N 13th St.
1901 N 13th St
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Ybor City Museum
Museum Hours: 9 a.m.
- 5 p.m., daily. Closed on major holidays.
Saturdays at 10:15 a.m. at the Ybor City State Museum. Tour of the
Cigar Worker's House Museum, "La Casita" and a walk about tour of Ybor
City. Cost is $4 per person and limited to 20 people. No reservations
taken. Approximately 1 hour.
Rolling Demonstrations: Witness a Cuban cigar roller hand rolling
cigars Fridays and Saturdays between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
The museum complex,
covers approximately one-half of a city block.
It includes an ornamental garden and
three restored cigar worker's houses.
One house, "La Casita" is a museum.
The Ferlita Bakery building, listed in the National Register of Historic
Places, was acquired in 1976 and opened as a
museum in September 1980.
information contact the Ybor City State Museum, 1818 9th Avenue, Tampa,
FL 33605; (813) 247-6323
Cigar Factory, c. 1886-90
When Vicente Ybor built this three-story
in 1886, it was the tallest building
in the Tampa area. The June 9,
issue of the Tampa Guardian declared
that there was "not a
structure in the state of Florida."