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About Oxford Exchange
Expect an unsurpassed dining experience at Oxford Exchange. Our kitchen offers simple yet perfectly executed meals that feature local and organic ingredients whenever possible. Fresh seasonal foods are prepared daily.
We believe that the real benefits come from sharing the simple pleasures of everyday living. Oxford Exchange attempts to promote open and civil conversations, the exploration of literature, the benefits of shared meals and drinks, curated retail products, and a home for business.
Humility, exploration, curation, and fellowship are our values. Democratic, civil, provocative, relevant, and creative are our standards.
Tampa, FL 33606
Contemporary American, Organic, Afternoon Tea
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast | Mon - Fri: 7:30a - 10:30a
Lunch | Mon - Fri: 11:00a - 3:00p
Lite Fare | Mon - Fri: 3:00p - 5:30p
Afternoon Tea : Fri - Sun: 3:00p - 5:00p
South Hyde Park Ave
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please view our events calendar for entertainment updated monthly! oxfordexchange.com/events
For questions regarding catering, please contact Director of Food and Beverage, Vance Key, at email@example.com or 813.253.0222 ext. 109.
On Grand Central Avenue there is ample street parking, as well as Lot C, a parking lot exclusively for Oxford Exchange customers. We also have permission to use the parking lot attached to the First Church of Christ Scientist on Grand Central Ave.
Banquet, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We offer private dining and special events outside of regular business hours. Please contact Sarah Fairbairn for all special events 813-253-0222 then press 4 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For large reservations to the restaurant during business hours, please contact the restaurant's main line. 813-253-0222
Oxford Exchange Ratings and Reviews
I went there for brunch with my boyfriend on our last day in Tampa before heading home. It was tucked into the streetside but was vibrant and lively inside. I would definitely describe it as a hipster's paradise, which is said as a high compliment. It's stunning and elegent but young and energetic. The shop portion is a expensive but full of wonderful knick knacks, kitchen sets, and home furnishings. What made this place fun to explore is that there is an eyeglass shop, tea shop, coffee bar, and book store inside. There is an upstairs area that is also wonderful for taking pictures.
We came for brunch, I was a little disappointed in not being able to be seated in the outdoor area since it is SO beautiful but it seemed that area was in high demand. I ordered the bellini, my boyftiend the peach ice tea, then we had lobster sliders, then I had the Benedict and he the Simple Sandwich. The menu options were diverse and the food we had tasted fresh and well made. It is a wonderful experience if you consider yourself a foodie. The bellini was a little expensive but it is mostly champagne and just a little juice so that is forgiven. I enjoyed the experience, the value of the food is great, and I also ended up buying tea leaves from the tea shop and they are excellent. They also make a good gift!
Have dined here many times but never for brunch so we tried it out. It was very good ad the choices were many. I would like to see a few more gluten free options for us folks that simply can not eat gluten and are not just trying out a fad diet. The inside is very quaint / trendy. Certainly would give it a go. Book in advance !
The environment of oxford exchange is awesome! Its a book store type place with a restaurant inside.. BEAUTIFUL! The food was delicious. We went for Sunday brunch and had panko crusted avocado and the breakfast flatbread which were both to die for! Will definitely be going back soon
I love this place. The building, shops and eating area are so beautiful. The prices are reasonable and the portions are sizable. I was doing whole30 (diet) on my most recent trip and I had no problem finding something to eat. Also the tea menu does not disappoint, dozens of choices and you can buy the tea by the ounce as well! We have a great experience everytime we go. It's fun to get pretty and enjoy this beautiful atmosphere. P.s. Reservations are a must on Sundays for brunch.
Oxford Exchange remains one of my favorite restaurants for Sunday brunch. The menu contains something for every taste and many vegetarian options. The egg white and quinoa selection was very good, despite my doubts of possibly being bland and dry! The French toast will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth in an incredible way. The freshly made jams are fantastic, and the teas- wow!! Try the sweet potato fries --the most yummy addition to any meal! Cassandra was our server, and truly made our dining experience even nicer.
Our first visit after moving to the Tampa area. The restaurant is unique and trendy, and the arcade shops are interesting and fun. Our server Gretle was efficient and very attentive to our needs and wants. The menu was creative and appetizing. The pancakes are excellent. This is a great hidden gem in the area that is worth the visit. Besides the restaurant there is a separate coffee bar and tea brewing shop. Great people watching too.
The mushroom sandwich was excellent. My daughter had a steak sandwich and really enjoyed that as well. We each saved half of our lunch and had it for dinner later that day in our hotel room. The portions are pretty large! The only thing I did not like was the noise level. But the trendy hip crowd probably wouldn't notice, lol.
Met here for a business lunch and requested the atrium. Very accomodating hostess, and very patient server, as my party were 30 minutes late. All the salads were excellent, and the blueberry-pomegranate iced tea was fantastic. If you can carve out additional time, check out the bookstore and Warby-Parker glass store
I brought my 12yo daughter for brunch after church. We were seated very quickly with a reservation, which is a plus. Very nice atmosphere - retail area buzzing with people in and out gathering for a cup of tea or coffee. The courtyard, where they sat us for brunch was bright and quaint with a fountain in the middle and plants surrounding. They sat us between the entry doors, which was a bit distracting, but ok. We ordered tea, the ricotta pancakes and the omelet with fingerling potatoes and toast. All was delicious but, I would have liked to have been able to order sides a la carte as an option, as well. I was also looking at the simple breakfast sandwich but, wanted to add the potatoes as a side and didn't see that the menu offered that option. The service was standard - nothing noteworthy, considering there appeared to be a lot of staff around. I would return and would also recommend this restaurant to others as a unique experience.
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