Make Your Easter Meal Reservation Now

Please click here to find one of our Columbia Restaurants* near you, and to make a reservation:

Join us for an Easter meal on Sunday, April 21. We are accepting reservations at our 5 Columbia Restaurant locations in Tampa’s historic Ybor City, Sarasota on St. Armands Circle, St. Augustine in the historic district, in Sand Key on Clearwater Beach and Celebration, near Orlando. We are serving from our complete dinner menu all day.

*The Columbia Cafe at the Tampa Bay History Center on the Riverwalk and the Columbia Restaurant Cafe at Tampa International Airport will not offer Easter features, but will be open and serving from their regular menu.

Easter Features


Roast Leg of Lamb “Dali”

Domestic lean leg of lamb with red wine, garlic, lemon and oregano, roasted in a rich gravy. Served with “Good Rice”, spring vegetables and mint jelly. “My favorite Easter entrée, the recipe has been passed from my grandmother to my mother to my wife and now my children.” -Richard Gonzmart, 4th Generation $23.00

Baked Virginia Ham

Hand carved ham topped with an orange sauce. Served with real mashed potatoes, candied yams and vegetable medley. $22.00


Mango Mousse Cake

Moist vanilla sponge cake with a hint of coconut layered with a tropical mango mousse infused with passion fruit. $8.005

Sangria de Cava

A sparkling white sangria made tableside with Spanish Cava, brandy, orange liqueur and fresh citrus juices. One taste will transport you to the sunny coast of Costa Brava in Spain. Pitcher $24.00

Sixth Annual Richard’s Father’s Day Walk & Jog

June 16, 2019

Registration is open for the sixth annual Richard’s Father’s Day Walk & Jog at Ulele on the Tampa Riverwalk on June 16 at 8 a.m.

The event is family-friendly and non-timed with an option to run or walk either 5K or one mile. Participants receive a unisex dri-fit event shirt.

You may register on via this link:

One hundred percent of the proceeds will be donated to Moffitt Cancer Center, specifically this year as part of a $1 million pledge toward a brachytherapy suite there. The brachytherapy procedure, which uses more targeted internal radiation instead of external radiation, is highly effective, on multiple cancer types, produces fewer side effects and offers faster recovery times than other treatments.

From the first five years of this event, the Gonzmart Family Foundation has donated $460,000 to Moffitt. It’s one of several charitable activities created by Richard Gonzmart, fourth-generation “caretaker” of the Columbia Restaurant Group.

The course is out and back on the Riverwalk, starting and ending at the Ulele restaurant at 1810 N. Highland Ave, near downtown Tampa. Designated parking is nearby.

Registration is $25 in advance and $30 day of, with bib pickup starting at 7 a.m. at the restaurant on June 16.