Market Street Café

Market Street Café

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701 Front St., Celebration, FL 34747, United States

The comfort food comes in heaping portions at this cafe in Celebration, a Disney-designed town dating to the late 1990’s. Fashioned as an Art Deco-style diner, there are laminate-top tables and an old-fashioned soda fountain. Sit in a booth, on bar-height chairs at the counter, or on the shaded lake-view patio. The menu sticks to classic diner dishes, such as meat loaf with homemade mashed potatoes, gravy, and caramelized onions as well as cheeseburgers, turkey dinners, and milkshakes. For dessert, opt for a huge slice of lemon meringue or apple pie.

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