Est. 1925

ONE OF TAMPA’S OLDEST RESTAURANTS IS BACK.

“I’m ecstatic to bring back Goody Goody, this Tampa tradition that opened in 1925 and closed in 2005. We’ve lost too many of these iconic places over the years. Goody Goody is one of those places that helped create Tampa’s identity.
I promise to do everything within my power to recreate the flavor and memory of Goody Goody. I also promise to go back to the way the food was prepared in the old days.”

—Richard Gonzmart

Fourth Generation Co-Owner and President Columbia Restaurant Group
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Use the NoWait app to place your name on a waiting list before you get to the restaurant.

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Hyde Park Village, next to CineBistro in the former Talbot’s location.
1601 W Swann Avenue, Tampa, FL 33606.
Phone (813) 308-1925

It was close to the original location that opened in 1925 – not the fourth one on Florida Avenue that everyone remembers because it was the longest-lasting. Hyde Park Village is a great destination and we wanted to be part of its rebirth. Plus, Richard believes there are no coincidences – and the original Hyde Park Village neighborhood dates to 1905, just like the original Columbia Restaurant.

Sundays - Thursdays 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Fridays and Saturdays 7 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Breakfast will be offered all day.

Phone (813) 308-1925

It was the first drive-in east of the Mississippi. It opened here in 1925 and closed in 2005. People still crave their burgers (with pickles, onions secret sauce), fries and pies – especially butterscotch.

Yes, along with the 1940s sign that already is up in Hyde Park Village as well as some of the original school desk chairs and aluminum chairs.

We’ll serve breakfast all day.

True to our diner roots, we don't take reservations. But true to our modern take on a classic, we use an app called NoWait that can virtually help you "get in line." Just download the cellphone app from the Apple app store or Google Play, search for Goody Goody Burgers and it will give you an estimated wait time. If you want to put your name on the list, tap the "Get In Line" bar at the bottom of the screen. It will ask party size and if you have any additional requests. The app will then text your phone when the time approaches for you to be seated. That way, you can walk around and shop the amazing stores in Hyde Park Village until your table is ready!

No, but we have a take-out window with some designated parking spots.

There is surface lot parking behind the restaurant, along with three nearby garages and planned street parking. It’s also a prime Coast Bike Share location.

Let’s open this one first. But there will be one in the Southwest Airlines airside at Tampa International Airport later this summer. Then we’ll see.

Yes, they may be purchased in the restaurant and online here.

It seems to be a phonetic spelling of a German phrase that translates to Come Eat Good Food. Sounds “goody” to us.

CONTACT US ONLINE

Drop us a line for questions, media inquires and more.

Sun. - Thurs. 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 7 a.m. - 11 p.m.

1601 W Swann Ave,
Tampa, FL 33606

(813) 308-1925

Info@GoodyGoodyBurgers.com

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