20 restaurants, cafes, and deli in Orlando that you need to try
407-930-0473, 2912 Edgewater Drive
Cafe Linger’s German heritage shines through through European cooking techniques and classic breakfast items. Popular menu items include ricotta pancakes, avocado toast, and a vegan egg salad sandwich.
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407-250-5333, 715 N. Fern Creek Ave. Suite B
Deli Desires opened its own brick-and-mortar website after several pop-ups earlier this year. Delicious classics like smoked whitefish, corned beef and egg salad are ready for pickup.
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Day Break Diner
407-898-8338, 3335 Cary Ford Rd
The Daybreak Diner serves all-American comfort food. Chicken salad, chili, and freshly baked crackers are some of the crowd favorites.
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Achilles Art Cafe
407-601-6500, 2689 Wilshire Drive #103
Enjoy coffee served by a local artisan roaster and fresh sandwiches at Achilles. Their eclectic atmosphere is the perfect place to meet friends or read a book.
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White Wolf Café & Bar
407-895-9911, 1829 N. Orange Ave.
This quaint American café serves homely meals in an art-filled space. House specialties include cinnamon buns, rustic fried chicken, and crab cakes.
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407-365-8000, 1954 W. State Road 426, Oviedo
Cavallari’s offers home-cooked Italian dishes or fresh ingredients from the markets. Meat, subs, groceries, desserts and wine are all available.
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407-203-0727, 617 primrose
Delicious, innovative comfort food fills the Se7ven Bites menu. Be sure to try our signature chicken biscuit, five mac and cheese, and mini muffins.
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407-602-3673, 8201 Vineland Ave. Suite 1801
Ford’s Garage service station was organized as a service station in the 1920’s, giving diners the chance to enjoy a classic burger surrounded by vintage Fords, gas pumps, and fixtures. They specialize in American comfort foods, and offer homemade meatloaf, chili, macaroni and cheese.
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Hash House A Go Go
407-370-4646, 5350 International Drive
Quirky farm food and crafted cocktails are the specialties of Hash House A Go Go. Make sure to check out the world famous fried chicken.
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407-295-9532, 5220 Old Winter Garden Road
This small restaurant serving breakfast and lunch specials offers comfort food in a simple space. The corned beef is a must.
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Nick family dinner
407-704-8861, 5439 N. Orange Blossom Trail
This old-school restaurant serves all-day breakfast, sandwiches, and other dinner classics. Be sure to try one of the award winning burgers.
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V’s . Restaurant
407-279-1966, 5601 Edgewater Drive
V’s Diner offers delicious vegetarian food items like cheese tacos, BBQ sandwiches and gyro wraps. Keep an eye out for their new site with an expanded list.
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407-500-2253, 276 S. Orlando Ave., Winter Park
Known for their semi-pretty desserts, Glass Knife offers a great breakfast and lunch menu. Classic menu items include baked apple and avocado muffins, toasted eggs, and grilled cheese.
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Sweet Mama Restaurant
407-282-7737, 10743 Narcosi Rd.
This casual café is decorated with a family heirloom and offers American comfort food and live music. Be sure to try one of their daily pancakes or muffins.
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407-891-1488, 1407 13th Street, Saint Cloud
The Mammoth menu at The Cup Diner contains all the classic American favorites. Expect pancakes, omelets, sandwiches, and burgers.
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407-425-5301, 742 Carter Street
ShouFi MahFi combo plates are the perfect way to sample portions of the delicious menu. Dishes include kofta, chicken or shish kebab served with rice, pita bread and two dishes of your choice.
This classic soul food spot serves up hearty classics including fried chicken and grilled mains. Chef’s specials include fried chicken wings, grilled chicken and grilled turkey wings.
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Daily To Gay
Too Jay’s serves breakfast, lunch and fresh baked goods. Guests can’t get enough of the signature egg dishes served with two hard-boiled eggs, rye bread, and a creamy hollandaise sauce.
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College Park Cafe
407-420-9892, 2304 Edgewater Drive
Breakfast is served all day at the College Park Cafe. Pancakes, French toast, omelettes, and classic sides can be enjoyed anytime.
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Dixie Bell Café
407-812-7012, 7125 S. Orange Ave.
Sweet potato biscuits alone are good enough reason to visit Dixie Belle’s Café. Check out the enormous waffles, pancakes, and French toast.
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Kiki Breakfast Café
With Keke popping up all over Orlando, there’s no reason not to try this breakfast café. Their large menu includes breakfast and lunch.
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