French Restaurants in Lake Wales

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The shop offers traditional espresso drinks and bistro fare in a warm, rustic environment. A patio overlooks Munn Park for those who enjoy consuming bistro fare, such as panini sandwiches ($6.95+), salads ($3.95+), and a 24 oz. coffee frappe ($4.05) or a double-shot of espresso ($1.95). While feasting, enjoy the free WiFi in an oxygen-rich outdoor setting, or stay inside to take in the splendor of a 103-year-old brick wall. Black & Brew also features live entertainment such as acoustic music and improv comedy on occasional Friday and Saturday evenings.

205 E Main St
Lakeland,
FL
US

The culinary connoisseurs at El Caldo Puertorican Restaurant summon an array of spices, seafood, and meat for a satiating menu of succulent Caribbean fare. Mouths water when close to the thin-sliced palomilla steak ($9), which staggers under the weight of its accompanying onions and optional anvil as it arrives at the table, and bite-size fried chicken ($9) clings to the bone while lounging on plates. The paella’s medley of seafood includes mussels, scallops, and lobster, which join chorizo and beef tips before tickling taste buds ($20). By the end of slurping the seven potencia’s rich seafood broth ($17), diners are sated enough to stop diving for clams at the bottom of their bathtub.

2022 N Main St
Kissimmee,
FL
US

Owner Linda Carr funnels years of food-industry experience and a deep passion for her community into Bagelicious & More, a friendly breakfast and lunch site that slings always-fresh bagels, midday snacks, and low-cal WiFi. Bagels run the flavor gamut from savory asiago to delicately sweet blueberry, and larger, egg-laden breakfasts lend a helping hand to CEOs who accidentally napped through the first two fiscal quarters. Lunch breakers can feast on hearty sandwiches and wraps or leafy salads, and a never-ending supply of Seattle’s Best coffee helps aspiring auctioneers ramp up to top price-shouting speed.

30032 State Road 54
Wesley Chapel,
FL
US