I found this restaurant with a great patio while exploring the streets around Lake Eola. Early afternoon on a Sunday, this was the perfect spot for brunch while taking in the surrounding area and passersby. The inside of the restaurant, and women’s bathroom, definitely had a bar-type atmosphere with a long bar and lots of hightop tables.
I enjoyed my traditional Egg’s Benedict and a spicy bloody mary, both very tasty and reasonably priced. I was tempted to try one of the Globe’s specialty mimosas, which range in flavor from traditional to raspberry or peach. The menu for lunch and dinner was quite extensive and the restaurant also serves sushi. Nice, casual dining option near the lake.