Who serves the best lunch in Orlando? It’s an age-old question, and one that deserves answers. After all, food can be one of the most memorable parts of a vacation. Make the most of your meals in Orlando by eating at the tastiest, most popular lunch spots the city has to offer. They’re sure to make your midday meal a good one! (more…)
Flavors from the eastern and western ends of the world meet in Orlando. The restaurant scene is vast – over 4,500 places to eat vast – and offers a mouth-watering variety of menus, lively atmospheres, quaint settings, and more. Orlando’s Restaurant Row is the foremost food destination, gathering locals and visitors alike for unforgettable meals.
What exactly is Restaurant Row? Located on Sand Lake Road, it’s a collection of restaurants with diverse culinary offerings. Three main shopping centers house most of the restaurants: Dr. Phillips Marketplace, The Fountains at Bay Hill, and Plaza Venezia. The Rialto and Dellagio are newer centers, adding to the overall Restaurant Row scene. With fine dining establishments, cheap eats, and everything in between available, where should you go? Use my guide to Orlando’s Restaurant Row to narrow down your options. (more…)
When it comes to Orlando’s dining scene, the food isn’t the only thing to admire. There are also beautiful views to enjoy with your meal. Where are the best views? What should I order? And how much will I pay? Those questions and more will be answered as I guide you through the best views at Orlando restaurants. (more…)
Many people say that breakfast is the most important part of the day. For travelers who are in agreement, I’ve got the perfect guide to enjoying breakfast in Orlando. I’ll share some of the best and most unique places to start any day off right, including the best dishes, price points, and special tips and secrets for making the most of the visit. (more…)
In Orlando, searching for Chinatown leads not to a specific part of the city, but rather to a shopping center that proclaims itself to be the city’s Chinatown. The Westside Crossing Shopping Center on West Colonial Drive is a facility so massive that most people are inclined to drive, not walk, from one end to the other. This center was once anchored by a Walmart and Publix supermarket, but was later abandoned and rehabilitated by Chinese investors. (more…)