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Best Restaurants in South Tampa

Tampa's dining scene is one of the best in all of Florida and South Tampa is where you'll find many of the city's hottest restaurants, cocktail bars, and bistros. From the Gulf Coast's freshest seafood to the best steaks in town, here's a closer look at just some of South Tampa's best restaurants. 

On Swann

1501 W Swann Ave, Tampa, FL 33606

Quite literally On Swann - 1501 W Swann Avenue to be exact - this restaurant is a dearly-loved staple of Tampa's revered dining scene. It first opened in May of 2016 and has since served thousands of locals and tourists with some of the best Contemporary American cuisine in the entire city. Flip through the menu and you'll find a range of classic dishes for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Everything is inspired…

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Best Parks in South Tampa FL

Buying a home isn't only about what the home offers. Surrounding amenities and attractions can also play a critical role, which certainly includes parks and recreational amenities. So if you're considering a move to South Tampa and love spending time outside, here's a glimpse into what some of the best parks, playgrounds, and more have to offer. 

Ballast Point Park

Located on the eastern side of South Tampa, Ballast Point Park offers an array of activities for the whole family. Forget a simple slide and swing set; this place has a massive multi-unit play structure complete with everything from rock climbs to bars, to rocking horse submarines. It neighbors an expansive splash pad that operates year-round, and a pavilion. There's also a large…

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Tampa Luxury Homes For SaleNewly released data is showing that luxury home prices in Sarasota and Tampa spiked 20% in 2019's final quarter while luxury prices in St. Petersburg dropped by roughly 13%.

The report compared the top 5% most expensive homes sold within the 4th quarter in over 1,000 U.S. Cities (excluding New York) while also comparing average sale prices for luxury homes both 2018's and 2019's Q4s in order to determine each city's year-over-year growth for luxury home prices.

When it was all said and done, Tampa’s luxury housing market grew by a whopping 20.6% up to $1.3 million — an increase that makes Tampa the 3rd highest year-over-year growth of all the cities included in the study.

Sarasota had the 4th highest year-over-year increase at 20.5%             …

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