The Patio Dining room, designed to resemble the outdoor patios you find in Andalucia, the South of Spain. The Patio was built in 1937.
Sunday, September 16, 2012
Six Columbia Restaurants roll back their prices for “1905 Day”
Info: Columbia Restaurant Website
*** Expect a long line! If you are bringing children, we suggest putting together an activity bag to occupy their time while you wait. Things that have worked well for us in the past are: a brand new activity/coloring book, easy card games like Go Fish!, and a Playdoh bucket (ours in the picnic set). ***
What’s the Deal?
From noon until 7 p.m. on “1905 Day,” your family can enjoy the Columbia Restaurant’s world-famous Spanish cuisine for prices you might have paid in the “good ole days.” The menu will include:
— Chicken & Yellow Rice “Ybor”: $2.95
— Boliche (eye round of beef): $2.95
— Merluza “Russian Style”: $2.95
— Columbia’s Original “1905″ Salad™: $1.95
— Spanish Bean or Cuban Black Bean Soup: .50 cents/cup or .75 cents/bowl
— Sangria: .95 cents/glass or $4.95/pitcher
— Flan: .50 cents
— Brewed American coffee: .05 cents
NOTE: This is the only day that Columbia Restaurants will not accept reservations, and take-out items will not available.
2117 East 7th Avenue
Tampa, FL 33605
800 2nd Avenue N.E.
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
1241 Gulf Boulevard
Clearwater, FL 33767
411 St. Armands Circle
Sarasota, FL 34236
649 Front Street
Celebration, FL 34747
98 St. George Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084
NOTE: The Columbia Café on the Riverwalk at the Tampa Bay History Center (Downtown Tampa) and The Columbia Restaurant Café at Tampa International Airport WILL NOT offer the “1905 Day” menu, but will be open and serving from their regular menu.
1. Give Kids the World Pancake Day 2012: Get FREE Pancakes + a FREE Perkins Gift Card!
2. FREE Breakfast Tuesdays at Chick-fil-A throughout September 2012
3. “Swaptember” Offers Members FREE Admission to MOSI, Lowry Park Zoo & The Florida Aquarium
4. Get FREE Apparel on Tuesdays at Sears Outlets! (This promotion has been extended through the end of September 2012.)
Image: Columbia Restaurant photo gallery
Logo: Columbia Restaurant