Late for tea.
So it's 11:00 pm, maybe 11:30 and we're leaving a party. Someone says they're hungry and an array of resturants, if you'd call them that, are thrown into the conversation about where to go for food. Places like Denny's, McDonalds are regular midnight gatherings for after parties and club goers but then I hear Pom Pom's. My first thought is, WTF is Pom Pom's? Doesn't really sound appealing, I honestly had no interest in going there because it didn't sound like it was going to have good food. I was so wrong. This place is perfect for me. It's got the awesome displayed art, our server was the best (see Shannon), the food was surprisingly filling and tastey as well as the Gritts cobb that completely blew my mind. GO TO POM POM'S, you should at least experience it once. They've got an impressive selection of tea also. LoVe iT!!
Citysearch Editorial Review.
Hunger pangs are cured with savory, pressed sandwiches in Orlando’s Milk district. The grub may be one of the draws but the tea is the main attraction. Tattooed DIY types and bohemians re-energize with the Stress Reliever, the Fountain of Youth and other specialty teas paired with a ham, Brie and tomato melt or a roast beef with smoked Gouda sandwich while viewing an array of displayed artwork. The eatery’s Asian-influenced ambiance and décor features orange and yellow Japanese paper lanterns dangling from the ceiling and small lamps hanging from tree limb fixtures. Barflies and club-goers sober up and satisfy munchy cravings during the weekends when the restaurant is open 24 hours.
BEST SANDWICHES in Town and much more!.
Seriously, from the drab exterior you walk in to this colorful hip teahouse - like Dorothy walking out to Munchkinland for the first time! BLACK and WHITE to AMAZING TECHNICOLOR! This place as got it all for its tiny location. Great well thought out gourmet sandwiches, delictable sides and if you're lucky amazing desserts! (they go FAST) - in addition to the great food there's an amazing atmosphere provided by the local talents of various local Orlando artists. The art changes almost monthly. This place also boasts Orlando's whos who - DJ's, and other entertainers, politicians and the regular Joanne's much like myself. Their lunch/dinner menu is to die for - but their creative breakfast makes for a nice alternative - yes folks, they serve BREAKFAST! Also, if you're looking for an alternative to late night dives, Pom Pom's is actually open TWENTY FOUR HOURS!!! On Friday and Saturday nights! I am addicted! Love this place and so does everyone else who visits!