Friday, May 8, 2015

Food Tunnel

On Front Street in Celebration, two restaurants side by side make for a long tunnel of outside seating choices. Some waitress or waiter has probably left this pen behind on the table in the foreground. I've never worked in the 'restaurant industry' as they call it. I prefer to do 'my work' in an dining establishment using a knife and fork and leaving pen and the pad of paper behind. The restaurant here, with the brick patio seating is Cafe D'Antonio's, featuring wide choices of anyone seeking Italian fare. Venture all the way to the end of the 'tunnel' and you'll reach The Celebration Town Tavern, which features a New England style pub and a seafood menu to match the locale. After lunch, you can walk across the street and sit in any of the numerous inviting benches with wonderful views of Lake Rianhard right at your feet. There are many restaurant choices along this stretch of Front Street.
One thing for sure...
You won't go hungry. 
Making food choices, while on vacation, is a lot like Disney.
Plenty of rides.
Just hop on! 

16 comments:

  1. i've never worked food or retail. but life's not over, so you never know...

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  2. I eat Italian every day, let's try some New England...

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  3. New England seafood sounds pretty temping right now.

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  4. Once again, I great post from you, complete with an inviting photo and great text. You're the man!

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  5. I worked both food and retail, while in college. Not so much fun! lol

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  6. Looks like a nice enough place!

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  7. I'll bet a lobster roll is on the menu at the tavern.

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  8. Sitting out there in the spring might be nice, but I wouldn't do it in the heat and humidity of summer even with those ceiling fans!

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  9. Hmmm. Doesn't look like an Italian restaurant to me. Ketchup on a nearby table? Nah.Think I'll check out the seafood.

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  10. My daughter used to be a manager for Panera and her husband is executive chef at St. Louis U's arena. It's a hard way to make a living.

    A town named Celebration immediately makes me suspicious.

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  11. When I'm in Maine, the only thing I want to eat is lobster. Is there a religion that worships Maine lobster? If so, I'll gladly join.

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  12. I worked for a short time as a waitress after Uni. Seeing what goes on behind the scenes can really put you off eating out.

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  13. The waitstaff must get plenty of exercise during their work day.

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