Naked Farmer’s new Sparkman Wharf location is now open in downtown Tampa

No need to cross the bridge for fresh eats.

click to enlarge Naked Farmer’s new Sparkman Wharf location is now open in downtown Tampa

It’s official, Naked Farmer’s second location is slinging healthy eats at Sparkman Wharf. Sample menu items include the pecan kale caesar, a red-wine braised short rib, and the watermelon mint and feta salad. The restaurant will be open for pick up, walk up, delivery, and catering via its website.

The market and restaurant’s new shipping container location celebrated its opening on July 10 by donating all sales to Metropolitan Ministries; on the second day of business, it gave free fresh produce to the first 50 customers with their order. Naked Farmer’s essential mission is to become 100% locally-sourced.

Although the outdoor market is back and poppin’, make sure to bring your mask and steer clear of large crowds congregating to grab a bite. 

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