Food. Courtnnie. Friday. And we’re back. So we stopped by this new place called Broadway Deli & Café. Wholly amazing goodness wrapped up in a great atmosphere, awesome owner and some even more amazing Cubans (the food not the people). I must remember to take my father here for a Cuban after a long day of helping me fix some plumbing and yard stuff (mens' work). We walk in and we’re greeted by the owner who asks us “what do you feel like eating because I’ll make you anything”. Tangent coming… NEVER tell me that you will make me ANYTHING because I definitely put you to the test. My tastes often vary like a screaming toddler at Ben & Jerry’s for the first time. Since this is a deli place I shoot from the hip and go for the most odd ball thing I felt like at the time. “Chocolate Chip pancakes mmmmm” I said. “You GOT IT”. I’m sorry come again? What?
That’s right had I let myself indulge in some chocolate chip pancakes and a hangover from hell he would have made them for me. Apparently Keith (the owner) feels that everything that can be dipped in chocolate should be dipped in chocolate and he actually has chocolate chip pancakes on the morning menu. Good man!
This place is filled with amazing sandwiches, fresh fish, salads, and more. It’s clean and cheerful inside with some beautiful photographs by a local artist. It’s fits right into the look and feel of Dunedin shops. Outside you can enjoy the patio with your friends or pets or smoking buddies or whatever. I’ll be the one manhandling the Cubans inside while watching the artsy folk paint pottery next door. It looks so tedious all that painting of pottery.