The chefs at Suntree Cafe II specialize in classic breakfast staples and traditional New England favorites. Every morning, they set to work creating their signature eggs benedict alongside stacks of fluffy pancakes and hefty omelettes. Later in the day, they whip up stuffed Maine lobster rolls and New England seafood fresh from Poseidon's walk-in refrigerator.
Stars & Stripes Cafe celebrates the American spirit with classic American breakfasts and lunches, red, white, and blue decor, and walls hung with flags honoring various military branches. Plus, the eatery's cooks specialize in crafting one of the country's most treasured foods, the burger. They load their beef patties up with a variety of toppings, including the housemade corned-beef hash and melty cheese found on the America burger.
This sandwich particularly delighted Hometown News's Chris Fish, who said it was "hands down the best burger I've eaten in Brevard County" and that it he was still thinking about it days later.
In addition to juicy burgers and corned-beef hash, guests chow down on everything from omelets covered with sliced avocados to country-fried steak to meatloaf. Meals often conclude with homemade ice cream.
The bagel aficionados at Bagel World Caf? borrow the dual techniques of baking and boiling their signature breakfast staple from The Big Apple. Every day at their four locations, they whip up batches of fresh bagels in more than 23 flavors, such as cinnamon crunch and jalapeno bialy. But it's not just the bagels that are made fresh daily?everything from their macaroni to their 12 flavors of house-made cream cheese, available in flavors from honey vanilla to cheesecake, complement each bagel. Bagel World's sub and Kaiser rolls are likewise baked daily, rather than hastily assembled by squishing leftover bagels together. They serve as the foundation to half-pound sandwiches made with Boar's Head meats such as corned beef and cracked pepper turkey. All these can be washed down with coffee brewed from house-roasted beans or freshly-made smoothies.
With iridescent miniature golf courses in malls throughout North America, Glowgolf adds elements of phosphorescent fun to shopping sessions. Courses contain sights such as light-defying blush corals, incandescent animals, and lush foliage reminiscent of the glowing trees on Neptune. Each pass is good for three 18-hole games, giving golfers ample opportunity to get familiar with each hole's obstacles. Equipment is available on the spot, so players won't have to carry around personal clubs or seek out a bioluminescent caddie.
Organic food helped save Maria Ray's life. After undergoing surgery to remove a cancerous tumor enveloping her colon, Maria used nutritional therapies, which involve eating organic whole foods, to improve her health. She and her family wanted to share this knowledge with others, so they opened Maria's Organic Fountain?certified "green" by the Green Restaurant Association and one of the only organic restaurants in Indian River Valley. In addition to serving 100% organic fare, the caf? aims to provide a healthy and educational environment, evident in menu items such as the Hippocrates soup, which comes with Hippocratic Oath?printed napkins. Additionally, the staff are educated in dietary needs and food-therapy diets. They even use non-toxic food-based hydrogen peroxide to kill germs as well as organic cooking oil.
To put it simply: Feed the people! At Old School Coffee Stop we strive to prepare and cook a meal that will satisfy the hunger and sooth the soul. With our laid back peaceful atmosphere and specialty dishes prepared fresh, we hope to bring the comfort of your back patio and fine dining together.