Wesley Chapel, FL - The local dining scene in Wesley Chapel continues to expand, with several highly anticipated restaurants set to open in the coming months. Although some establishments, such as Cooper's Hawk Winery and Rodizio Brazilian Steakhouse, have yet to begin construction, other exciting new eateries are closer to welcoming guests.
One recently opened gem is PopStroke, a Tiger Woods-designed and co-owned mini-golf course with an open-air restaurant offering delicious food options. Despite the challenge of finding parking due to its popularity, patrons can enjoy great food and a great time on the put put course.
Cooper’s Hawk is to be built at the northwest corner of S.R. 56 and Lajuana Blvd in the Wiregrass area. The new restaurant will be constructed just east of the existing Culver’s restaurant.
In the next few months, Azteca D'Oro, an upscale Mexican restaurant, is set to replace Cantina Laredo at The Shops at Wiregrass. With an extensive menu featuring entrées like the marinated Borrego lamb shank, this new addition to the local dining scene is eagerly awaited by many.
For fans of Latin cuisine, Cindy Cruz, owner of Rice-n-Beans Express, announced that her new location on S.R. 54 in Lutz is just a few weeks away from opening. The new express outlet will offer quick and delicious sandwiches and hot food specials, in addition to the Puerto Rican-inspired dishes found at the original Rice-n-Beans on Wesley Chapel Blvd.
Although it may be several months before the opening, Shuckin' Shack Oyster Bar has generated a buzz with its seafood-focused menu. Located off the Wesley Chapel Blvd Extension near Tampa Premium Outlets, this North Carolina-based chain will serve shrimp and oysters, as well as other seafood and non-seafood options like snow crab legs, mahi-mahi bites, sandwiches, and wings.
As these new dining options become available, residents of Wesley Chapel can look forward to a diverse and delicious array of culinary experiences in their community.