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Meet Tampa’s Hottest Waterside Food and Entertainment Experience – Sparkman Wharf

When you visit the Sparkman Wharf website the first thing you will see are the words “Revitalizing, refreshing, connecting.”

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Sparkman Wharf is situated along the Garrison Channel in downtown Tampa. The folks at Sparkman Wharf like to say that they celebrate the best of Tampa – good weather, waterfront views, music, craft beer, and exceptional dining.

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Naked Farmer

The Dining Garden at Sparkman Wharf

The Dining Garden at Sparkman Wharf features ten of Tampa’s best restauranteurs experimenting with new culinary concepts in a relaxed outdoor waterfront setting. Guests can enjoy a variety of culinary offering from artisan pizzas, fresh oysters, and so much more.

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Live Entertainment

Waterside dining and live entertainment at Sparkman Wharf


The Naked Farmer at Sparkman Wharf

The Naked Farmer prepares locally-sourced food, with the hustle and overall “unmessed-with deliciousness.” Their menu offers high-quality farm-fresh food cooked from scratch, with an emphasis on fresh food at an affordable price point. We tried The Naked Farmer and can attest that everything was delish.

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Naked Farmer

Burgers and Chicken at Sparkman Wharf

Flock and Stock was conceptualized by restauranteur Dave Burton and presents a fresh, simple, and approachable focus on high-quality American roadside favorites, such as burgers, chicken sandwiches, tenders, and fries. The burgers we tried were clearly top-quality and super tasty!

Sparkman Wharf has an Authentic Taqueria

Gallito Taqueria is the work of Chef Ferrell Alvarez and restaurateur Ty Rodriguez. A modern restaurant, Gallito Taqueria puts a twist on classic Mexican street food while always maintaining a love for all things authentic.


Detroit Style Pizza at Sparkman Wharf

The Corners Pizza, a labor of love, and the product of partners Chef Noel Cruz who famously introduced Tampa to ramen, and restaurateur Branden Lenz, bring Detroit-style pizza to Tampa’s waterfront. The crust is thick and airy with crispy cheesy edges, topped with the most simple and beautiful ingredients.

Looking For Fresh Oysters? Sparkman Wharf Has That Too.

Boat Run Oyster Company, conceptualized by restaurateurs Ryan Conigliaro and Scott Roberts and Chef Dan Miller, is a tide-to-table concept driven by the love for the water, commitment to sustainability, and taste for experience-driven food. Their raw oysters are supplied with hand-raised tide tumbled oysters from a sustainable farm located in Cedar Key, Florida. The unique characteristics of the farm environment drive the taste of the oysters.


Edison’s Swigamajig, created by James Beard semifinalist Chef Jeannie Pierola, is a no-frills fish kitchen that’s all about the fresh catch and modern swigs. Edison’s Swigamajig is reinventing the iconic Florida’s seafood shack. Swigamajig combines the allure of outdoor bohemian dining with a serious seafood menu, craft cocktails, beer, and wine.

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Swigamajig at Sparkman Wharf















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