This British Car Dealership continues to support and share some wonderful events with us. They even have several Expats that can be found on premises, including one of the organizers of TBB. www.MINIofTamapBay.com
If you haven't visited Mad Dogs yet then we suggest a jaunt down to South Tampa to experience this wonderful watering hole. 4115 S MacDill Ave, Tampa or www.MadDogs.com
Either on-line or at the store it's your one stop shopping location for all things British. Visit them at 14100 Walsingham Drive, Largo, on Facebook or www.LondonPride.com
One of the favorite South Pinellas pubs to eat, imbibe and watch a game of footy should you wish. The H'n'J has had some trials and tribulations but is shining through. www.horseandjockeypub.us
With so much going on and limited space on this site here are just a couple of locations we frequent, the meetups are listed on the app, facebook.com/TampaBayBritish and here at
Yes that is The Dog and Parrot Pub to the left, home to the Sun Coast Man United Supporters Club and open to most any British Adventure catch them at http://1tap.mobi/dogandparrot
You can't miss the British influence on the decor and the menu at this Tampa establishment. You can book the back room for events too.
Consistantly rated as one of the best Indian Restaurants in the area and open 7 days a week. Well worth a visit if you enjoy a good curry in a pleasant environment.
Tampa Bay British expats
The last Saturday of October for the last 29 years something magical happens. More than 200 British Sports Cars line the streets and thousands of people show up for the party
For those of us that have been in Tampa Bay for a while the only reason to visit Beach Drive in St. Petersburg was a Colonial Tavern known at The Moon Under Water. The only place in the area that consistently flies the Welsh Dragon and you know why if you are a regular. We have to warn you about the MUFC supporting chef that can create a certain amount of pain if you goad him about his curries