Stardust Coffee and Video – Audobon Park – Orlando
Stardust Coffee and Video, founded in 1970.
There is a off beat feeling about the place. I could imagine poets, artists, hipsters and disaffected rebels inhabiting inside, working on a new project on their macbooks while sipping a latte. I like it.
The Counter @ Stardust Coffee and Video in Orlando (Audobon Park)
At the counter, I order a grinderman sandwich, made with chicken, pesto and goat cheese (made from free range goats of course) with hot sauce. There is a delightful kick to the sandwich and I do enjoy it. I should have maybe ordered a half order since it was quite large. I also enjoy a spinach salad with it. I sip it all down with a mocha latte to warm me up from the rainy day going on outside. The coffee was a lot better than any cup I’ve ever had from Starbucks, rich and deep.
In addition to serving up some great coffee and sandwichs, they have a huge video collection for rent with hundreds of obscure and independent films. There is a small stage bedazzled in red streams for performances and other such spectacles. All in all, it is a pretty cool place to go to grab a bite to eat, meet up with a friend, or just hide away for an afternoon.
All the World is A Stage
Stardust Coffee and Video