Local Lakeland, FL spots written as emojis

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Yesterday, we asked you to describe your favorite place in LAL using only emojis. To make it a little more interesting, we put together this short quiz of different local spots in emoji form. Can you guess them all?

Disclaimer: Sometimes emojis won’t show up if your software isn’t up to date. You may need to update your computer to view these.

Feeling confident? Keep scrolling for the answer key and see how many you got right.


Lake Morton — Known for its royal swans, Lake Morton is an outdoor staple. 
PublixWhere shopping is a pleasure. This local supermarket chain is the go-to choice for loyal shoppers. 
Cob & Pen — Did you know that this popular bar + eatery gets its name from the names for male and female swans? If you didn’t, you probably won’t forget it now. 
Black & Brew Coffeehouse and Bistro — With two locations in Lakeland, this popular coffee and lunch spot is known for its seasonal offerings, flavorful salads, and baked goods. 
Circle B Bar ReserveDid we trick you with this one? Head to Circle B for fresh air and alligator sightings
Polk Museum of Art — Whether you’re stopping by to peruse the exhibits or to shop hand-made goods in the gift shop, the Polk Museum of Art is a favorite among tourists + locals. 
SUN ‘n FUN Aerospace Expo — This year’s festivities kick off April 5-10. Make sure to buy your tickets for the airshows, museum lectures, and fly-by showcases. 
Pink PianoLocal performers gather at the Pink Piano to share their talents with other creatives + observers alike. 
LoveBird Almost Famous Chicken — If you like kickin’ chicken, head to LoveBird for savory sides, chicken, and sweets
Swan Brewing — With two locations, 50 taps, and locally brewed craft beers, Swan Brewing offers weekly trivia and food trucks to fill your social calendar. 
Palace Pizza — Two words: garlic knots. If you know, you know
Red Door — Stop by for unique drinks, chef-crafted entrees, and events every week. 
The JoineryWondering what The Joinery has to offer? Check out the emojis for number 13. This local gathering place offers everything from floral arrangements to hand-crafted cocktails + sushi bowls. 
Born & Bread Bakehouse — This Forbes recognized local bakery is known for its unique creations, like the cruffin.
Lake Hollingsworth — Run, walk, bike, or hammock. Lake Hollingsworth has a little something for everyone.

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