Money well-spent here. Huge library out in the South Hillsborough County countryside. Cows still line the road coming in from US 301, and the building is entirely surrounded by greenery.
Art lovers welcome here as there are many paintings by local artists on display. Twice had to ask for guest pass, and the two young ladies were pleasant and friendly. Separate snack room with tables and chairs surrounded by vending machines.
Came in just before 10 yesterday morning, just in time for their $5.95 breakfast special. Was instantly guided to a table when walking in, the morning rush was apparently over.
All wood interior with Florida-themed artwork adds to the Old Florida fishing village atmosphere, quite nice
Got two scrambled eggs and two sausage patties plus home fries in about five minutes. Along with that you get two decent size pancakes. Coffee cup reloaded three times by gracious friendly staff.
This was the only restaurant along the downtown waterfront, at the corner of Indian River Drive and Seaway Drive.
First time here last Saturday, it’s across the parking lot from the Polk Museum of Art. Huge place with pop machine at entrance. Several desks with outlets for laptops and whatever.
Well laid out open feeling to this library. Impressive reading area with glass window facing Lake Morton across the street. A pleasant place tor work or pleasure.