Florida’s first amphitheater spin studio opening in Midtown Tampa
RYDE IT is Tampa’s first ever Amphitheater Spin Studio. The cycling boutique first announced it would join the massive Midtown Tampa development back in September 2020, and in a recent Instagram post the team behind the concept revealed they should open this August.
RYDE IT represents a health-focused Midtown Tampa
Combined with F45 Training and the outdoor fitness trail surrounding Midtown Lake, Midtown delivers an unmatched collection of health and wellness services. Wellness-focused events are expected to be prominently featured at Midtown Commons, the central green space at the heart of the project. Kale Me Crazy, only the second location in Florida, adds a quick-service dining option to the other healthy options
RYDE IT is structured to make you sweat with carefully crafted choreography and interval training. Innovative sweat sessions will leave riders feeling inspired, empowered, and transformed. Midtown Boba will share RYDE IT’s 1,700 square feet location near REI.
You can keep up with the fitness-focused RYDE IT on Instagram.
Bellabrava to debut huge restaurant in Tampa
There’s already a lot to be excited about at Midtown.
If you haven’t heard, Tampa’s first Shake Shack is now open.
BellaBrava, the award-winning Italian restaurant in St. Petersburg, will open a 4,500-square-foot restaurant in Midtown Tampa this July. The restaurant is currently hiring for all positions.
“After searching for a location in Tampa the past couple of years, we were thrilled to discover Midtown Tampa,” said Robert Sanderson, managing partner of BellaBrava, back in February 2020. “We were inspired by the success of our BellaBrava location on Beach Drive in the heart of an exciting, urban neighborhood and searched for a similar type of location in Tampa where we could become trailblazers again at our next urban destination.”
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