Brunch at Oxford Exchange

So, I love Oxford Exchange.

I know I have been hard core slacking on my “local love” posts lately. Which is strange, because my main hobby in life is eating and drinking, so you would think this would be my most popular type of post.

Anyways, back to how Oxford Exchange is amazing, beautiful, and an absolute must go place in Tampa. It is fairly new to Tampa (been opened for a couple years now) but it has easily become one of my favorite places.

The food is amazing. They are only open for lunch, weekend brunch and tea time. I always recommend making a reservation because it can get pretty crowded. You can find them on Open Table so making a reservation is pretty easy.

They also have a beautiful library, adorable shop and cafe area where you can order some delicious Buddy Brew coffee and amazing teas. You can rent out study rooms and conference rooms as well.

This time, Joe and I went for brunch. I had an OE Scramble and an Iced Caramello. Joe ordered the BBQ Burger and a traditional iced tea. We also shared some Fried Brussel Sprouts as a starter. so good. #Idie

Oxford Exchange Table on Smile There's Gin

Oxford Exchange Atrium on Smile There's Gin

Oxford Exchange Brussel Sprouts on Smile There's Gin

Oxford Exchange Iced Caramello on Smile There's Gin

Brunch on Oxford Exchange on Smile There's Gin

BBQ Burger at Oxford Exchange on Smile There's Gin

Bite out of the BBQ Burger at Oxford Exchange

OE Scramble at Oxford Exchange on Smile There's Gin

Oxford Exchange on Smile Theres Gin

Oh yeah, your check comes in a book, it’s adorable.

The Library in Oxford Exchange on Smile There's Gin

Oxford Exchange Library on Smile There's Gin

Flowers from L. Easton on Smile There's Gin

After our brunch we walked around the shop and library. I got a book called “The Art of Travel” (I’ll tell you how it is later) and some gorgeous flowers from a florist called L. Easton.

Overall, such a great day. Now go over there, grab a book and an iced caramello. You won’t regret it.

Cheers!

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