The Phoenix Hospitality Group is pleased to announce the opening of SweetFish, a chef-inspired take on the Hawaiian/Japanese poke bowl concept.
Downtown residents will be excited to know that award-winning Haiku restaurant chef, David Reyes, has crafted a creative menu of poke bowls, pokerittos, and other healthful offerings including smoothies, detox shots and juices.
Diners will be able to enjoy an array of fresh ingredients, including yellowfin tuna, salmon, hamachi, grilled chicken and shrimp.
SweetFish brings healthy delicacies to Downtown Tampa
Committed to creating a culinary experience that is healthy, accessible, and flavor forward, the SweetFish approach is centered around providing an elevated and fast casual dining alternative with exemplary standards of quality ingredients and innovative flavors.
“We are thrilled to open SweetFish restaurant in downtown Tampa,” said Managing Partners Asad Yusopov and Kevin Stowe. “We hope to become a local favorite by providing fresh, delicious meals with excellent service to our guests.”
Located at 811 Tampa Street, SweetFish provides a Tiki Tok-ready eating space with modern décor and a welcoming atmosphere for customers. Guests will enjoy the sleek, open concept with direct views of the menu and line up of fresh ingredients. Indoor and outdoor seating is available, making SweetFish the perfect spot for enjoying a quick lunch or dinner. Grab and go options in addition to delivery services are available.
The Phoenix Hospitality Group also recently opened Eden, a brand new fully immersive club on Franklin Street in Tampa.
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. Go from the underworld to paradise in this magnificently decorated hangout.
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