This place was an unexpected pleasure. Housed in a nondescript abode which was a "chauffer's cottage, the place is a living museum of the history of printing, in fact, it is still used replete with hand-set type, hand-fed presses, and even an antique piano with music from Bartok displayed, although we never got around to getting the history of that... 更多
This is a very unique and special place. It's said to have the best authentic Cuban sandwiches around. The owner is warm, friendly and knowledgeable about the history of printing and living in Florida. He is also a musician. My husband and I were amazed at this man and his other employee in the cafe. They were so warm and... 更多
What a wonderful,cozy,friendly,clean lunch destination! Excellent fresh cuban sandwiches, black beans and rice, deviled crabs, stuffed potatoes,and much more.....and one of the finest printing venues that I have ever seen ( and the wonderful museum is functional and FREE!).
The owner was there and he made our Cuban sandwiches, they were great I had my 3 grandchildren and he gave the a history lesson which they are still talking about. Be sure to try the dessert. We would diffently recommend this stop.
something very special to have a variety of reasons to enjoy...l am a friend of Jim, owner, and he is talented....prepares food, artist with printed cards for sale, plays guitar, interesting museum, and a genuine nice person ...has a talented guitar player and a occasional flutist, that's me....his favorite dessert is lemon meringue pie, which l bake often for him.... 更多
We've driven by several times, and today we decided to stop in for a beer. Jim "Boe" Anderson greeted us warmly; his history is amazing - and his beautiful blues CDs are playing while you tour the museum and he gets your order ready. Live acoustic guitar on Saturdays from 11-2. This man is so gifted, and you will be... 更多
What a gem! Great food and a wonderful story of printing and music. The Cuban sandwich was authentic as promised. I wish we lived closer so we could come back for the jazz later next month. Get off the hwy, you won't regret it.
What a great, nostalgic place to get the best Cuban sandwich around. It is awesome! Owner, Jim Anderson, is a true southern gentleman. Not only is the food good, but the printing museum is terrific. Some of the machines are even used today. Great lunch place to either eat in or carry out.
While staying locally we stopped just to see what the print museum was about. The museum is basically one man's lifetime collection of fully working historic printing presses. Bo Anderson is that man. And even though the museum was not due to open that day he switched on the lights, a fired up one of the old presses and spent... 更多