St. Pete’s Flatbread and Butter is opening a downtown Tampa location

It’ll serve breakfast and brunch when the eight-story building opens in 2022.

click to enlarge St. Pete’s Flatbread and Butter is opening a downtown Tampa location

Jessie and Rebecca Muire—owners of St. Petersburg’s Flatbread & Butter—are bringing their baked goods, drinks, and breakfast foods across the Howard Frankland next year when they open a new location in downtown Tampa.

The Tampa Bay Business Journal says the restaurant will take over about 1,100-square feet of space in the new eight-story, 375-unit Modera Tampa apartment building, which is currently under construction at the intersection of North Ashley Drive and West Tyler Street in between the Straz Center, the Tampa Bay Times building and John F. Germany public library.

The restaurant is scheduled to open in the second quarter of 2022 so mark your calendars.

Until then, head down to their St. Pete location at 497 7th Ave. N, where hours of operation are 8 a.m.-9 p.m. daily. For those times you don’t want to stand in line, online ordering is available on the website.

click to enlarge St. Pete’s Flatbread and Butter is opening a downtown Tampa location
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