White Wolf Café is an iconic restaurant in Ivanhoe Village, located just north of Downtown Orlando on Orange Avenue. Owned and operated by AnneMarie and Michael Hennessey, White Wolf Café has been around since 1991. This, now fully functional restaurant, started as an antique store with a very good dog named Casper as a fixture of the store. White Wolf Café is named after this very good dog, though he has now passed. White Wolf Café holds onto its antique store charm with unique lighting, decor, and miniature ballet dancer statues dancing across the bar.
As you sit down, you may notice that the majority of the tables are made with thick pieces of polished stone, adding another unique feature of the restaurant. Throughout the entire restaurant are hanging stained glass chandeliers.
If you have the opportunity to request your server, Lauren is amazing. She’s been at White Wolf quite a while now and knows all the regulars, greeting them very warmly.
You’re not paying attention if you aren’t already aware that food is a big deal in Orlando. Lucky for us, White Wolf Café delivers with a full breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner menu. Keeping in mind that dinner is only served Wednesday through Saturday. Brunch at White Wolf Café on Sunday is almost a rite of passage for new Orlandoans. With a full bar they can make just about anything while offering the classics with Mimosas (and doubles!) and Bloody Marys each week.
This is one of the few places in town you can order a dish with a freshly made crab cake, and we certainly recommend trying it! White Wolf Café offers all the classics for breakfast, eggs, sausage, bacon, pancakes, and toast. Lunch is Monday through Friday, 11 AM–4 PM, and Happy Hour is Wednesday through Saturday, 4 PM–close. This is a perfect spot to meet up with friends and catch up on the week!
White Wolf Café Hours
Monday–Friday: 8 AM–3 PM
Monday–Friday: 11 AM–4 PM
Wednesday–Thursday: 4 PM–9 PM
Friday–Saturday: 4 PM–10 PM
Saturday: 8 AM–4 PM
Sunday: 8 AM–3 PM
Wednesday–Saturday: 4 PM–close
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