Lane's Lemonade offers delicious relief in Florida heat

The calendar may say September, but Tampa Bay is still feeling the heat of summer. A Dunedin business is offering some delicious relief from the heat. 

"We’re a little bit unique, a little bit quirky," said Marie Grilli, the owner of Lane's Lemonade. "We’re like a fun hydration station!" 

Lane’s Lemonade is inside an old, converted train car that sits directly behind the Dunedin History Museum. 

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"We honed in on the citrus legacy of the Pinellas Trail and serve fresh-squeezed lemonade, limeade, and orangeade," said Grilli. 

Lane’s also serves a vanilla-orange soft serve ice-cream twist. Grilli said they have a little secret ingredient that makes it extra special. 

They also feature fresh-made pretzels and pretzel-dogs to go with their lemonade. 

Lane’s Lemonade in open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. It's located right on the Pinellas Trail in Dunedin.