Slow Down at the Sono Cafe located at the Tampa Museum of Art. Offering Italian cuisine, wine, dessert and much more! Host of the monthly Yappy Hours at Curtis Hixon Park.
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Sono Cafe is a great spot in Downtown Tampa and has a great view of the University of Tampa, right off Curtis Hixon Park. The gelato and paninis are excellent here and the location itself is great for events. This year's TECHmunch Food Blogger Conference mixer was held at Sono's and it was the perfect backdrop to show off the beauty of Tampa outdoors without scorching everyone in the sun. Mise en Place really did a great job with Sono Cafe and the restaurant dedicates itself to the "Slow Food Movement" that started out in Italy and has grown very popular in the United States. With so many events now held at Curtis Hixon, there are more reasons to check out Sono Cafe than ever before.
Pros: Great gelato and paninis, great view, awesome private event venue
They didn't have a ton of brunch options, but I put together a platter ordering sides of scrambled eggs, bacon, potatoes, avocado and a croissant. Everything was really good and the bacon was perfectly crisp. I ended up with one of the breakfasts that I've had in months, and the sides were also very well priced so I spent around 12 bucks and left full and happy.