903 Mills Market

903 Mills Market on South Mills Avenue in Orlando's Lake Davis neighborhood. (ORLANDO SENTINEL FILE / July 27, 2005)

Whether for business or pleasure, Central Florida has a number of places where you can bring your laptop, iPhone or BlackBerry and settle down for some Web surfing. What are you waiting for? Order something, grab a seat and get started.

This list is not intended to be comprehensive, so if you know of other places or have a favorite spot, please share by posting a comment below.

Stardust Video & Coffee. 1842 E. Winter Park Road, Winter Park. 407-623-3393. Map

This comfortable neighborhood hangout started as primarily a movie-rental spot but has morphed into much more. The coffee is some of the best around, and there are bagels, croissants and baked goods. If you're in the mood for a meal, sandwiches and salads are an option. There's a good beer selection, and a bar was recently added if other types of alcohol are more your speed. Art and occasional performances are part of the mix, too. Photo

Winter Park's business district. Map

If you're exhausted after spending a lot of money on Park Avenue -- or just window-shopping -- Winter Park has got you covered. Just pull up a bench and you're good to go. The coverage area extends to much of the city, but there is a two-hour limit, unless you're a Bright House customer. Photo

Orlando International Airport. Map

OK, so you're not going to head over here and plop down unless you're traveling. But if you are, the free Wi-Fi is a nice perk and helps pass the time while you wait. And wait some more. Photo

Dandelion Communitea Cafe, 618 N. Thornton Ave., Orlando. 407-362-1864. Map

Organic, vegetarian, good-for-you food -- and an expansive tea selection. A relaxed, community-oriented hangout with a devoted following. Photo

Virgin Olive Market, 807 N. Orange Ave., Orlando. 407-601-7848. Map

This welcome new addition on the northern edge of downtown Orlando used to be tucked away in an industrial area of Winter Park. Creative and tasty sandwiches, salads and soups. Daily specials. Takeout, delivery and catering are available. Photo

Barnes & Noble, 2418 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando. 407-894-6024. (Other Central Florida locations, too.) Map

Yes, it's a big chain. But there are lots of tables and room to spread out. It serves Starbucks coffee, which some consider a plus and others might not. Pastries and light meals are available if hunger strikes. Photo

Austin Coffee & Film, 929 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park. 407-975-3364. Map

Coffee, dessert, salads and sandwiches. Open-mike nights, poetry and live music. Seating is a bit limited, but there's a small patio if it's crowded inside. Photo

903 Mills Market, 903 S. Mills Ave., Orlando. 407-898-4392. Map

This little hangout tucked in the Lake Davis neighborhood serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers relaxed outdoor seating. Beer and wine are available, and it's got some basic groceries, too. Photo

Downtown Orlando. Map