A Shrine to Sweets in Hyde Park
The Cotton Candy Palace is a shop made of sweetness. The boutique shop serves an array of artisanally spun all natural, gluten-free cotton candy flavors. They have a kiosk at the Tampa premium outlets and are available for private events. Now, you can indulge your sweet tooth in Hyde Park Village. In the first week of June, Cotton Candy Palace opened the doors of their small pop-up boutique at 1607 West Snow Circle.
Their flavors include: Birthday Cake, Carrot Cake, Coconut, Cookie Dough, Sea Salt Caramel, Root Beer and Key Lime. The palace will host a grand opening party on Friday, June 17 from 6 to 9pm. The event will include glow in the dark cotton candy, a DJ and plenty of space for dancing. Follow them on Instagram, Facebook and on their website for details on seasonal flavors, specials and events.
Final Segment of the Riverwalk, New Bike Track Connect Tampa
After decades of working to create a more connected downtown area, one where cyclists and pedestrians could safely explore all that Tampa offers, Mayor Buckhorn and city officials have opened the final segment of the large Riverwalk and Florida's first the first two-way signalized cycle track on a two-way street.. The two-way bike track Poe Garage to Nebraska Avenue, with bicycle signals at each intersection.
The official ribbon-cutting at the Tampa Riverwalk Doyle Carlton Segment (near Laurel Street Bridge) marks the completion of a project that has remained in the minds of city officials for nearly 30 years. It's not the end to the development downtown, though. Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park will soon undergo a multi-million dollar update, which will add a community center, playgrounds, a new stop for the water taxi and more. These updates should be complete before the winter of 2017.