New businesses coming to Tampa Bay

Meet Little Words Project and Foxtail Coffee Co.

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Customize your bracelet to rock your name, mantra, or a message special to you.

Photo via Little Words Project

Meet the two newest kids on the block.

Yesterday, Hyde Park Village announced Little Words Project is opening up shop (1607 W. Snow Cir.) this summer.. The trendy national brand sells bracelets with mantras like “abundant” and “calm” and even offers a beading table so you can craft your own piece.

Once open, the store will offer 30-60 minute appointments perfect for a friend or fam date. The location will also stock products from female-owned businesses.

And this Saturday, May 27, Orlando’s Foxtail Coffee Co. opens its doors in Carrollwood (10907 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.). The coffee shop’s first 50 guests will score free coffee for a week (seven drinks total). Stop by from 7 a.m.-8 p.m. for a cortado, tea, or even a cold brew growler.

The brand is also opening a location near USF (7021 E. Fletcher Ave.) on Saturday, June 17.

And these shopsare likely the first of many in TBAY. Foxtail hopes to open more than 30 shops in the area within the next five years.

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