Team Market Group Plans to Bring Two Concepts to Tampa’s Harness and Wagon Building

Pending approval of plans, Team Market would open new outposts of its Robinson Room and Mather’s Social brands
Photo: Mather's Social Official
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Located at 1007 N Franklin St., the old Tampa Harness and Wagon Co. building may be the future home of two restaurant concepts from Orlando-based hospitality company Team Market Group. Team Market has submitted plans to open new outposts of its Robinson Room and Mather’s Social brands.

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“They’ll be similar to our current locations,” Team Market Group co-founder Romi Mawardi told What Now on Friday. “We’ll change and evolve as we need to, but the idea is the same: nice, clean, sexy places with great food, great drinks, great atmosphere, and great entertainment.”

Orlando’s Robinson Room location includes two concepts rolled into one: the Robinson Coffee Room and the Robinson Cocktail Room. The Coffee Room features an all-day brunch menu, açaí bowls and smoothies, plus specialty coffee drinks and cocktails. The Cocktail Room focuses on nightlife, with cocktails like the Can’t Feel My Face (Vodka, Falernum, Blackberry, Lime, Orange Bitters) and Cheetah Skates (Tequila, Coconut, Watermelon, Lemon).

Mather’s Social offers a variety of beers, wines, and cocktails like the Blueberry Basil Gimlet and the Grand Frosé (plus bottle service). Shareables like Cheese or Pepperoni Flatbreads and Roasted Fava Beans, along with charcuterie boards complete the picture.

Stay up to date on the two brands by following @therobinsonroom and @mathersocialgathering on Instagram.

Photo: Robinson Room official

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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