Florida September 28, 2017
The Tiny Town In Florida With The Most Scrumdiddilyumptious Restaurants
In a world that seems to be taken over by chain restaurants, those wonderful little mom-and-pop places we adore are getting harder and harder to find. Luckily, this small town in Florida is full of unique restaurants with incredible food. Road trip, anyone?
Dade City is a small city of around 7,000 people in Pasco County. It's famous for its Southern charm and kumquat obsession, but we think it should be most famous for its incredible restaurants. Here are a few of Dade City's eateries that should not be missed:
1. Kafe Kokopelli
This eclectic restaurant is housed in a 100-year-old building, originally intended to sell Model T Fords. The ambiance is rustic-chic, and the menu ranges from gourmet dishes to sandwiches.
2. Lunch on Limoges
What we love about Dade City's restaurants are how unique they are. Lunch on Limoges is like no place you've eaten before, This luncheon has charming retro decor and shares space with a fun and fashionable store. Everything is tasty, but the desserts are out of this world.
3. Steph's Southern Soul Restaurant
Is your mouth watering yet? There's nothing like Southern comfort food, and at Steph's, you can fill your plate with all of your authentic soul food favorites. From the fried chicken and meatloaf to the banana pudding, it's delicious from the first bite to the last.
4. Olga's Bakery & Deli
Got a sweet tooth? Olga's is locally famous for having the best doughnuts around. This little shop has been around for decades, and hopefully will stick around for many more.
5. The Garden Cafe
Say goodbye to boring lunches! This little cafe has earned a name for itself by serving up creative soups, sandwiches, and salads in a charming environment, with both indoor and patio seating.
6. Angel Tea Room & Heavenly Treasures Gift Shop
Next time you're in town, stop by for afternoon tea at this cozy little tea room. Enjoy fresh handmade treats, sip an uplifting cup of tea, and peruse the gift shop for goodies to bring home.
7. Matter of Taste
This longstanding breakfast and lunch restaurant located in a historic downtown building serves a blend of Greek, Cuban, Spanish, and Southern fare. Go ahead and try something new. You can't go wrong here.
Isn’t it amazing that so much tasty goodness can be found in one little town? What’s your favorite mom-and-pop or small-town restaurant in Florida?