I’ve been meaning to do a post about White Wolf Cafe for months-and-months, but every time I’ve gone there I’ve forgotten to bring my camera. If you’ve never been to White Wolf you’ve truly been missing out – it’s been on of my favorite local restaurants for a very long time. Unique and quaint, the restaurant is located on Antique Row (as it’s known by locals), and truly is a one-of-a-kind experience in the Central Florida area.
One of the main things that stands out about this restaurant is the antiques displayed throughout the dining area. Framed photos, lamps, furniture pieces: it’s all for purchase! There are also articles from different publications featured around the venue. There really are lots of things to keep your attention, besides the yummy food!
Getting to the food, I have never had a disappointing meal at White Wolf; I’ve eaten there for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (although not all on the same day!). Each menu has an extremely wide variety of dishes, and even something for those who are a little more “health conscious” (i.e., salads and vegetarian dishes), and are very affordable for the amount of food served. Keep in mind, however, that the dinner menu is a bit more pricey than the breakfast and lunch menus. If you want to check-them-out you click here to get to the menus posted online.
Here’s a little taste of what you can expect on a visit to White Wolf (including a delicious [seasonal] pomegranite beer):
White Wolf Cafe
1829 North Orange Avenue
Orlando, FL 32804
One of the great things about White Wolf Cafe is its location. After your meal–depending on what time it is–you can mosey over to the shops on Antique Row, and throw some support to local businesses!
Have you been to White Wolf? We’d love to hear about your experience(s).