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Where to eat in the town of Celebration?
Market Street Café
This fifties style diner is great for breakfast, lunch or even dinner. They serve typical diner food sandwiches, burgers, salads and classics such as turkey dinner and fish and chips along with good coffee and to die for milkshakes at reasonable prices. The Philly cheese steak is a particular favourite and is great! Go for breakfast and try an omelette or the breakfast burrito sitting outside overlooking the lake, a fantastic and very filling way to start the day.
Celebration Town Tavern
The Celebration Town Tavern is a New England style restaurant & tavern whose motto is family, food & friends. The restaurant has a very friendly atmosphere and featured live entertainment during our visit. The town tavern has an extensive menu of New England style favorites such as clam chowder, fried clams, Boston scrod, scallops etc as well as salads, burgers, chicken, ribs & steaks. If it’s a beer you are after look no further with ninety nine on the menu you can’t go wrong.
Cafe D’ Antonio
This is a really nice casual Italian restaurant which has a lakeside view for “al fresco” dining or inside seating if preferred. The restaurant has a good atmosphere and the menu features items representing Italy’s regions. Specialty items include fish and seafood, steaks, veal, chicken, and many pasta dishes. The restaurant also opens at lunch with a simpler menu if you fancy a lighter bite. There is a full bar and an extensive wine list with wines by the glass and the bottle. After dinner, look out over the lake and enjoy a cappuccino.
Situated close to the Celebration cinema is a nice authentic Japanese restaurant which serves an array of Japanese dishes along with an extensive sushi selection.
Chose from hot (the beef nagimaki or coconut shrimp which are great) or cold starters (try the sashimi) before moving on to the traditional items such as Teriyaki or one of the house specials.
If you are in the mood for sushi then you will not be disappointed with over fifty items on the menu selection many which are suitable for vegetarians.
The Columbia which part of the oldest family run restaurant group in Florida specialise in authentic Cuban and Spanish dishes such as Tapas, Paella and excellent Gazpacho. The service is good and although the prices are a little more expensive than some of the other restaurants it is worth it. Note: The lunchtime menu is pretty much the same as the diner menu but about a third cheaper. They have a good selection of wines and their specialty sangria is great!
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