Lighthaus—run by Guy Revelle who also brought Splitsville and Jotoro to the Wharf—also serves beer, seltzers and wine along with NYC-style slices. Beer flights ($14-$16) are also available.
No announcements have come on what’s going to happen for Fermented Reality, though. The beer garden closed last month after Strategic Property Brothers, operators of the 56-acre development on Tampa’s waterfront, decided not to renew its lease. All CL knows is that an Ybor location is possible by 2022, and we think the best place for it is across from Orpheum on the city’s 1900-block.
Lighthaus joins Wharf concepts Noble Rice, Jeni’s Ice Cream and Naked Farmer. Follow along via @lighthaustpa on Instagram.
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