Hungry? Chuck Lager America’s Tavern, Noble Crust and Yamato Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi are among the highest-rated eateries in Wesley Chapel. If you’re craving seafood, Pinchers is a seafood-shack chain concept known for crab dishes and fried fish.
For nutritional, vegetarian-friendly fare, try Fresh Healthy Cafe. The fast-casual eatery slings panini, salads and smoothies. Wash it all down at Florida Avenue Brewing Co., a local favorite that has award-winning homebrews on tap.
For healthiness with a conscience, try Raining Berries, a haven for sustainably sourced coffee beans. The pastel and inviting cafe offers meeting spaces that will undoubtedly contribute to your work-life balance.
Try Something New
And now for something completely different (and, yes, trendy), try your aim at Highland Axe Throwing, a premier indoor ax throwing venue that serves beer and wine. The hotspot serves small groups of four per lane up to large parties of 50-plus.
Before you go too Medieval, cool off at AdventHealth Center Ice, where hockey and ice skating options entertain kids and kids at heart. The facility offers lessons and team play, for kids ages 5-17 regardless of skill level.
Enjoy just about every other outdoor and indoor sport at the Wiregrass Ranch Sports Campus. The mega-compound houses 16 volleyball courts and eight basketball courts. National tournaments and invitationals are open to spectators, featuring everything from wrestling to fencing to gymnastics. The money spent on games at the complex goes to programs that help athletes at all levels become better players.
Last but not least, a little history: Wesley Chapel formed in 1878. First dubbed Double Branch, the community got its inspiration from the area’s twin creeks, but “Wesley Chapel” entered the vernacular in the early 20th century, named after the Methodist church that stood on the northwest corner of State Road 54 and Boyette Road. Dynamic and rapidly growing, we’re excited to see what happens next in this up-and-coming Florida Sports Coast Community.