Café Creole

With its graceful arches, CafÚ Creole gained fame as the Cherokee Club, a rowdy hotel that opened in 1888. In its heyday, the hotel welcomed Cuban revolutionary JosÚ MartÝ, presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Grover Cleveland and Sir Winston Churchill.

Useful information

Address : 

1320-1330 9th Ave.

Nearby tourist attractions

Ybor City Museum
Ybor City Museum
Housed in the 1923 yellow-brick Ferlita
1:00
Centro Ybor
Centro Ybor
Central Espanol, formerly a mutual-aid
Seventh Avenue
Seventh Avenue
This is the place to go in Ybor City. A
0:15
Florida Aquarium
Florida Aquarium
Beneath a soaring green glass dome, the
1:30
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
Built as a brewery in 1959 with a bird
6:00
See all

Other ideas « Patrimony »

Centro Ybor
Centro Ybor
Central Espanol, formerly a mutual-aid
Seventh Avenue
Seventh Avenue
This is the place to go in Ybor City. A
0:15
See all

Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Ybor City Museum
Ybor City Museum
Housed in the 1923 yellow-brick Ferlita
1:00
See all