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Eden Lounge creates an immersive oasis in Downtown Tampa

a large well lit room with flower arrangements hanging from the wall and a tree at the center

Eden Lounge and Nightclub is a wild, kaleidoscopic new 21+ hangout spot in downtown Tampa. This summer, it opened inside the old Franklin Manor space, and the team decked out it to create a vibrant fairytale dreamscape.

There is, of course, a dress code at Eden. From the owners:


Our dress code policy is “dress to impress.” We do not permit comfy, or athletic attire, jerseys, tank tops, flip flops, sleeveless shirts for males, nor sunglasses. Shorts must have zippers and belt loops.

inside a giant gold room with a wrap around bar and leather booth seating
Photo via Eden Lounge and Nightclub

Eden, true to its name, has a cocktail menu inspired by the 7 deadly sins. You can reserve a spot in the joyous garden of paradise, or find yourself in the mysterious depths of their red rooms.

We highly recommend you order up the forbidden fruit cocktail when you visit. The drink features Meiomi Pinot Noir, WhistlePig Maple Syrup, Pierre Ferrand, Simple, Pineapple, OJ and mixed fruit.


a steep flight of stairs under red lights with animal skulls on the wall
Photo via Eden Lounge and Night Club

Hard seltzers, wines by the bottle/glass, draft beers, and more libations also feature on the menu.

Eden’s menu features more than just drinks. BBQ pork fries, NYC hot dogs, guava and cheese empanadas, caramel apples, Nutella beignets, a purgatory burger featuring kimchi, and steak bibimbap feature on the food truck menu.

The concept by the Phoenix Hospitality Group is open Thursday through Sunday from 9pm-2am. You can visit Eden’s website for details on party reservations, and securing a table. Follow Eden on Instagram for teasers of what’s on the menu for the evening.

Eden Lounge and Nightclub, 912 N Franklin Street.

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