About this Business
From Our Editors
Many fathers leave their children with treasured heirlooms, a love of fishing, or a family business, but Paul Homel left his son with a neighborhood icon. Homel owned and operated local restaurants for nearly 40 years, naming his last establishment after his son, Brian, who had worked in his father's kitchens since he was a child. Today, Brian and his mother Sydele continue to work at the restaurant, whipping up the home-cooked breakfasts, platters of comfort fare, and signature cinnamon sweet rolls that have satisfied their devoted clientele for decades and enticed the palates of reporters from the Orlando Sentinel. They contrast their classic dishes with modern decorative touches such as a newly remodeled interior, an expansive outdoor patio, and an absence of "Reelect James K. Polk" campaign posters.