Historic Victorian home with 3 rooms in the main house and 5 separate cottages, each decorated in a different theme. Nice, comfortable Victorian decor with modern conveniences. Just down the road from Blue Spring State Park and close to many other Central Florida sights and activities.
Steeping each of its locations in colonial Boston-style interior design, Boston Coffeehouse serves a modern slew of specialty drinks, deli-fresh fare, and all-day breakfast items. For starters, munch on mango salsa salad, a leafy medley of mango salsa, dried cranberries, almonds, onions, and cucumbers slathered with mandarin ginger dressing ($5.89). Tender rotisserie chicken—served with baby arugula greens, red onions, and sun-dried tomato mayo on a pretzel bun—mollycoddles midday masticators ($6.50), and a french toast breakfast panini eases groggy taste buds awake after a long night or an afternoon nap with fresh egg, cheese, and ham sandwiched between slices of french toast ($3.50). Pair your choice of various Danish pastries, muffins, or croissants ($1.75) with a 12-ounce espresso ($1) or a specialty drink such as the Yankeedoodle, a mocha-based coffee concoction that features caramel, hazelnut, and macaroni feathers ($2.75/12-ounce), or the Nutty Irish Lady, which starts with espresso and expands into a whipped cream-topped comfort drink with flavors of cherry, Irish crème, and hazelnut ($2.75/12-ounce).
With locations across Kentucky and Florida, Bearno's treats legions of loyal customers to homey, savory Italian pizzeria fare, from baked lasagna bubbling with mozzarella cheese, to spicy chicken wings and thin-crust pizzas topped with sausage, pepperoni, and veggies. Guests build their own pies with toppings such as link sausage, chicken, anchovy, fresh mushroom, and olives, or select from ready-made recipes such as the top-selling Mama Bearno's or the zesty BBQ chicken pizza. A host of Italian sandwiches make for hearty meals or messy paper weights with savory sauces and fillings, such as the stromboli steak filled with chopped sirloin, or the submarine gondola, filled with lean ham, salami, mozzarella, and cheddar.
For the chefs at "The Rock", crafting the house menu isn't hard—they just make things they like to eat themselves. And what they like is a menu jam-packed with meaty favorites, from the signature corned beef simmered in a special brine to the honey-cured Virginia ham. They specialize in homestyle dishes, such as turkey sliced off the bone and flaky shepherd's pie. No matter the time of day, meals should end with a slice of death-by-chocolate cake, which is rich enough for your sweet teeth to cash out and retire early.
Over the last 20 years in business, the staff at Café Perks has mastered the art of eggs. In fact, its breakfast menu kicks off with a plethora of ova options fittingly referred to as an Eggstravaganza. Sharing space with the eggy stars are ham, sausage, gyro meat, and new york steak. Diners in the mood for something sweet can opt instead for griddlecakes or french toast. The restaurant's lunch menu boasts a repertoire of sandwiches, pitas, soups, and salads that make the lunch hour break up the day more effectively than ripping a desktop calendar in half.