| In the Old Florida community of Homosassa
lies a historical museum and quaint Cuban cafe.
Tables and chairs ramble amid presses, relics
and collectibles from Florida's printing past.
Soak up the old-Florida charm of this Florida
Secret. With some luck, Jim Anderson, a most
"unusual entrepreneur " (below) will be there.
The self-made printer, curator, jazz musician,
home-spun philosopher and father began his
career at a Tampa printing company at age 14.
$5.00 or a good story about your days in the
trade will earn you a tour through the back
reaches of the museum, with equipment
dating from 1850-1950. Call ahead.
Groups are welcome.
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Lunch offerings include: Ybor City's
original Cuban and Pork Sandwiches,
Black Beans & Yellow Rice and Deviled
Crab. Ice cold draft beer, wine by the
bottle, sodas, iced tea, American
and Cuban coffee also served.
Museum Cafe is open Monday
Printing Museum tours
by appointment only.
(352) 628 1081
10466 W. Yulee Dr.
Homosassa, Fl 34448
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Located next to Yulee
Sugar Milles State Park