The best (and only) indoor shuffleboard bar in Florida.
Available for private large parties, weddings, rehearsal dinners, bar mitzvahs, bachelorette parties, and quarterly award presentations for salesman of the year. Court play is primarily walk-in but courts can be reserved for a serious up-charge. Kids are NOT free. They can come but we don’t want them here. Unless they can’t walk. Then the staff will hold them while you drink. We like dogs but they don’t know how to read the rules and the health inspector says they can’t be inside. If you have a service dog it needs to be trained and leashed.
2612 North Tampa Street
Tampa, Florida 33602
Just North of Columbus Ave
Monday - Thursday: 4 PM - 11 PM
Friday : 4 PM - Midnight
Saturday: Noon - Midnight
Sunday 11 AM - 6 PM
Kids Do Not Play Free
Family-Friendly til 9 PM
Service Dogs Only
(Must be trained and leashed)
Walk-In Play: $10 per person/hour
$40/hr full court (up to 6 people)
$60/hr full court (up to 6 people)
Tue & Wed • Courts Full 7 PM - Close
Currently Accepting League Signups
4 PM - 7 PM • Tuesday - Friday
$5 Court Play • $5 Wine • $1 Off Drafts
Our outdoor area features picnic tables and only a moderate amount of trash and debris. Pets are allowed out there. No Bengal tigers, anacondas, or labradoodles.
How do you play shuffleboard? We're no experts, but here's what we can tell you.
How to Play
First Team to Seventy-Five Wins
Discs must be shot from your side of the kitchen. The goal is to score clean...
Sevens, Eights, & Tens
Any biscuits touching lines don't count. Each disc in the kitchen is minus ten points.
Knocking out your opponent is encouraged
White Plays First. Teams alternate plays. Scores are counted after all discs have been played.
DO NOT WALK ON COURTS
Why did two women with children start a shuffleboard hangout in a historic Tampa, Florida neighborhood?
They have nothing else to live for.
The one with the money. She owns half of Tampa.
The one with the sunny disposition. Not known for snark.