Oxford Exchange will open a new champagne bar this fall

Cheers to new classy ways of getting tipsy in Tampa Bay.

Oxford Exchange will open a new champagne bar this fall
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This fall, Oxford Exchange has plans to debut the ultimate bubbly experience to its boutique area, a champagne bar.

That’s right, that strip of skincare products that was once in the space will now be replaced by bottles of bubbles, according to a recent TBBJ article.

We can expect this development in early October, with seats stationed along the windows so guests can enjoy every last drop while people watching. 

Hours are still up in the air, but the antique French bar will be pouring up Champagne, sparkling rosé, Champagne cocktails or beer.

Director of public relations and retail Jess Anderson told TBBJ that the bar will have its own style but equally Instagram-worthy, "patterns on patterns, lots of texture, feminine and exotic but not delicate, well-traveled, collected.” 

This could prove to be very dangerous for drunk purchases. 

Cheers to new classy ways of getting tipsy in Tampa Bay.

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