Flatbread and Butter's second cafe will open in downtown Tampa next year

Its flagship location resides in St. Pete’s Historic Uptown neighborhood.

click to enlarge Flatbread and Butter's second cafe will open in downtown Tampa next year
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Tampeños will soon get a taste of a downtown St. Pete favorite.

The Tampa Bay Times reported that Flatbread and Butter’s second cafe will soon open on the bottom of the Ave Tampa Riverwalk apartments, right across from downtown Tampa’s Riverwalk & Straz Center.

Located at 160 W Tyler St., Flatbread and Butter’s new cafe is slated to open by early 2023, and will feature a one-of-a-kind 3D printed coffee bar from Palm City company Printed Patio.

The cafe and brunch spot is known for its variety of espresso drinks and matcha lattes, in addition to a small menu of burritos, loaded toasts, yogurt bowls, breakfast sandwiches, pizzas, and of course, flatbreads.

There's also a small retail section that features locally-roasted beans from Bandit Coffee Co., in addition to a variety of natural wines.

According to the cafe's Facebook, owner Jesse Muire signed Flatbread's Tampa lease sometime in 2020 and had originally slated to open by the beginning of this year. “Very humbled & stoked to have an opportunity to take this shop St. Pete has supported & allowed to grow/learn over the bridge,” the post reads.
 
Flatbread and Butter first debuted in downtown St. Pete in early 2019 with a mission of being community-focused and providing high quality coffee to its neighborhood.

The cafe and kitchen is known for its several weeknight specials, including Wednesday’s industry night, Thursday’s “date night” deal, and its Monday-Friday happy hour with discounted beer, wine, garlic knots and pizza. 

For the latest news on the cafe’s second location, head to its Instagram at @flatbreadandbutter.
Location Details

Flatbread & Butter (Tampa)

160 W Tyler St., Tampa Tampa

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