Columbia Restaurant
Columbia Restaurant
Columbia Restaurant

Columbia Restaurant

Top 2% of restaurants in Tampa Bay Area
8 / 10

6 expert reviews

“Spanish- and Cuban-inspired cuisine tantalizes the restaurant goer. Some recipes are generations old and are still favorites.”

– Afar Magazine

"The local chain's 1905 salad—with ham, olives, cheese, and garlic—deserves its cult status. October through May sees stone crabs fresh from the Gulf of Mexico. " Full review
"A must-visit restaurant while in Tampa, with history and tantalizing Spanish cuisine." Full review
If you want to watch the flamenco show, which runs from Monday through Saturday for a cover charge of only $6 per person, ask for the Don Quixote dining room and arrive a little before 7:30 p.m. The restaurant, which survived the area's depression in the late 50's, is now operated by the fourth and fifth generation of the Gonzmart family.
"Make a date for some of the best Latin cuisine in Tampa" Full review
Don't miss the flamenco dancing show every night but Sunday.
Afar Magazine
"I arrived into Tampa with an insatiable craving for Cuban cuisine. The eight hour drive to Tampa from Alabama was long, only to be exacerbated by my travel companion's excessive talk of..." Full review
Lonely Planet
Top Choice
"Celebrating its centennial in 2015, this Spanish Cuban restaurant is the oldest in Florida. Occupying an entire block, it consists of 15 elegant dining rooms and romantic,..." Full review

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