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  • 1-up Orlando

    25 W Church St. Downtown

  • 23

    23 W. Church St. Winter Park Area

    (407) 420-1111

    1 article
  • The 24 Tap Room

    1107 W. North Blvd., Leesburg North

    352-315-0198

  • 64 North

    64 N. Orange Ave. Downtown

    321-245-7730

    14 articles
  • The 808 Orlando

    808 E. Washington St. Thornton Park

    1 event
  • 903 Mills Market

    903 S. Mills Ave. Downtown

    (407) 898-4392

    If you've ever lived south of the East-West Expressway, in the vicinity of Lake Davis, you probably remember El Rincon, a beer-in-a-bag kind of market at the corner of Mills Avenue and Gore Street. If your timing was good and you caught the place when it was open, which was frustratingly rare, you might find a loaf of white bread and a copy of the paper to go with your tallboy. But only the foolhardy would actually order a sandwich from the place.

    How things have changed since Jim Ellis and Nick Massoni took over in September. El Rincon is now the 903 Mills Market, and it is the heart of a quickly gentrifying neighborhood. The once-dark grocery with bars on the windows is now brightly lit and inviting. You can have lunch or a beer at one of the outside tables and watch the traffic on Mills whiz by. Or sit inside and chat with neighbors as they come and go.

    How things have changed since Jim Ellis and Nick Massoni took over in September. El Rincon is now the 903 Mills Market, and it is the heart of a quickly gentrifying neighborhood. The once-dark grocery with bars on the windows is now brightly lit and inviting. You can have lunch or a beer at one of the outside tables and watch the traffic on Mills whiz by. Or sit inside and chat with neighbors as they come and go.

    903 Mills serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the food is worth a stop. I have yet to eat breakfast there, but the sandwiches are creative, tasty and huge (the "Grateful Bread," a combination of turkey, blue cheese, stuffing, onions and cranberry mayo on sourdough is a personal favorite); the dinner blue plates don't disappoint, and there's always a kettle of soup on.

    903 Mills serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the food is worth a stop. I have yet to eat breakfast there, but the sandwiches are creative, tasty and huge (the "Grateful Bread," a combination of turkey, blue cheese, stuffing, onions and cranberry mayo on sourdough is a personal favorite); the dinner blue plates don't disappoint, and there's always a kettle of soup on.

    Tipplers will appreciate what has to be one of the best beer selections in town. I've never seen He'Brew, Dogfish Head, Flying Dog and White Hawk together in one place before, let alone in a single cooler in a tiny neighborhood store. Wine heads (as distinguished from winos) will dig the monthly tastings.

    Tipplers will appreciate what has to be one of the best beer selections in town. I've never seen He'Brew, Dogfish Head, Flying Dog and White Hawk together in one place before, let alone in a single cooler in a tiny neighborhood store. Wine heads (as distinguished from winos) will dig the monthly tastings.

    In the age of the 7-Eleven, community grocery stores are a rare and wonderful thing, and this one is a gem.

    1 article
  • The Abbey Bar

    117 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand East

    386-734-4545

  • Ace Cafe

    100 W. Livingston St. Downtown

    407-996-6686

    23 events 20 articles
  • Adobe Gila's

    9101 International Drive West

    (407) 903-1477

    1 article
  • Ain't Misbehavin' Sports and Tiki Bar

    1550 Semoran Blvd. Winter Park Area

    (407) 672-0368; (407) 672-0367 (FAX)

    Ainâ??t Misbehavinâ?? is an awesome neighborhood bar with a friendly staff and great customers. The bar features a comfortable environment inside and an outdoor tiki bar (weather permitting).
  • Airport Hangar Bar

    3730 E. State Road 46, Sanford North

    (407) 322-5236

  • Aku Aku Tiki Bar

    431 E. Central Blvd. Downtown

    2 articles
  • Ann Teague's Lamp Supply

    22 S Magnolia Ave Downtown

    407-745-1124

  • Antigua

    41 W. Church St. Winter Park Area

    (407) 649-4270

  • Antonio's Ristorante at Sand Lake

    7559 W. Sand Lake Road West

    (407) 363-9191; (407) 363-9599 (FAX)

    Seemingly everything is imported from Italy, from the glassware to the tile. Drink prices are the usual Sand Lake high, but low traffic to this second-floor restaurant means you'll have the bartender's undivided attention. The bar features a walk-in wine closet and flat-screen TVs, and there's live entertainment on weekends.
  • Arcade Monsters

    15 Alafaya Woods Blvd., Oviedo UCF

    1 article
  • Ash Taproom

    3595 S. Orange Ave. SoDo

    407-601-3840

  • Atlantic Beer & Oyster

    358 N. Park Ave. Winter Park Area

    407-636-7021

    2 articles
  • Avalon Park Town Tavern

    3831 Avalon Park East Blvd. East

    (407) 380-3300

  • Avenue Gastrobar

    13 S. Orange Ave. Downtown

    407-839-5039

    2 articles
  • B Nice

    151 E. Washington St. Downtown

    315-447-1974

    2 events
  • The Backroom at Eye Spy

    14 W. Washington St. Winter Park Area

  • Bad Dog Saloon

    2484 S. Park Ave., Sanford North

    (407) 321-2233

  • The Bandbox

    1817 North Orange Ave College Park

  • Bank & Blues Club

    701 Main St., Daytona Beach Elsewhere

    (386) 257-9272

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