2013-09-17

1905


Columbia is Florida's oldest restaurant, every year during its anniversary, the menu is set at its 1905 prices when it was first established in Ybor City, by Cuban immigrants.
 
This is the place I hang out in downtown Celebration, enjoying its world-famous Spanish crusine, especially the salad, like the "good ole days!"

Menu:

Chicken & Yellow Rice “Ybor” – $2.95
Boliche (eye round of beef) – $2.95
Merluza “Russian Style” – $2.95
Columbia’s Original “1905” Salad® – $1.95
Spanish Bean or Cuban Black Bean Soup: cup – 50 cents or bowl 75 cents
Sangria: glass – 95 cents or pitcher – $4.95
Flan – 50 cents
Richly brewed American coffee – Five cents
 


 

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