La Sétima Club, a future Ybor wine bar, is hosting a vegan pop-up this weekend with Emo Night Tampa | Catering Events | Tampa

Click to enlarge A glimpse inside the brick and mortar Ybor City of La Setima.  - The Setima Club

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A glimpse inside the brick and mortar Ybor City of La Setima.

Emo Night Tampa is as passionate about local vegan cuisine as it is about sad alternative music – and its next episode will feature an exclusive pop-up from a highly anticipated Ybor wine bar.

La Sétima Club, an all-natural wine bar slated to open this year, will be at the Emo Night concert this Saturday to launch vegan wings and chicken sandwiches when the dance party takes over from the American Legion. Seminole Post 111 from Seminole Heights this weekend.

The spicy line-up includes bands Sum of Our Failures, Kick Veronica, Rutterkin and Head High, while the range of even spicier dishes will include La Sétima’s garlic honey wings, sauces ranging from mild, medium to buffalo hot, and even an exclusive “Crying at Hot Sauce “Emo Night”.
The Seminole Heights American Legion, located at 6918 N Florida Ave., hosts the July 9 show of Emo Night Tampa. While people won’t be able to sample La Setima’s selection of natural wines during this weekend’s pop-up, the American Legion has a full-service bar for all your liquor needs.

La Setima Club tells Creative Loafing Tampa Bay that the wine bar will offer full vegan cuisine when it debuts later this year, but future patrons can only hope that its “Crying at Emo Night” hot sauce will come back. the day.

Located at 1724 N Nebraska Ave. in Ybor City, the owners of La Sétima say it will hopefully celebrate its grand opening this fall, after receiving its long-awaited wetland approval, but its plant-based kitchen could open to the public before his alcoholic counterpart does.

For more information on her highly anticipated grand opening and any other upcoming vegan pop-ups, visit her website lasetimaclub.com or Instagram at @lasetimaclub.

The next Emo Night concert in Seminole Heights is 21 and over due to venue policies, but the July 19 concert at The Corner Club is for all ages and free (as always.)

Emo Night Tampa often partners with local food and beverage companies, like Lucky Tigray (FKA as Good Fortune Baby) and Eastlick Coffee Company.

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