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Top Five Places to Eat in Orlando, Florida

03/13/2019 | by Julian Montoya | Restaurants Vacation Rentals

Orlando is one of the world’s most desired cities to visit. Keep in mind that its distinguished themed attractions may take the spotlight, with a lively and well-kept downtown area and an atmosphere that midpoints around 75° Fahrenheit (25° Celsius). There is an amazing measure of things to encounter here. Inviting a huge number of guests every year, both Disneyworld and Universal Orlando pack in a whole outing of fun all alone. The City Beautiful also offers an elegant restaurant scene with delicious dishes and even better memories. This is the Top 5 best places to eat in Orlando, Florida:

1. Hash House a Go Go.

Hash House a Go Go is located on famous International Dr. Orlando, Florida. The restaurant is the home for “Twisted Farm Food” The restaurant has a pretty big menu filled with different options ranging from Breakfast. Lunch, and Dinner. The portions served at Hash House a Go Go are also relatively huge, they are XXL sized portions. For brunch you can fancy a Hash House “Twisted” Double Smoked Bacon, avocado and cheddar stuffed burger served with fries or side salad.  For dinner, you can try the sage fried chicken pasta which features two sage fried chicken breasts with wings attached on pasta all tossed in a porcini mushroom cream with fresh tomato, green beans, and parmesan cheese. Be sure to see what Hash House a Go Go has to offer for you.

Address: 5350 International Dr. Orlando, FL 32819
Hours: Sunday – Thursday 8 am – 10 pm
Friday – Saturday 8 am – 11 pm
Phone: (407) 370-4646

2. Highball and Harvest.

The Highball and Harvest restaurant is located inside the famous Ritz-Carlton in Grande Lakes, Orlando. The restaurant pays homage to Central Florida’s abundant harvests. The restaurant only uses fresh ingredients from the field directly to the table. The ingredients are sourced from the Ritz-Carlton Whisper Creek Farm. For breakfast, you can try the brown butter waffle which is a Knob Creek apple butter maple topped with pumpkin spice whipped cream. For lunch or for brunch you can try the Highball and Harvest Pimento Cheeseburger which is double short-rib patties, pimento cheese, bacon, mustard, and spiced pickles. To end the night off, for dinner you can try the Triple Dipped Fried Chicken which features a Joyce Farms young bird, corn waffles, Alabama white BBQ, sunchoke chips and hot honey. Be sure to become a part of history and tradition, visit Highball and Harvest today.

Address: 4012 Central Florida Parkway, Orlando, Florida 32837
Hours: Monday – Sunday 7 am – 11 am “Breakfast”
Monday – Sunday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm “Lunch”
Monday – Sunday 5:30 pm – 10 pm “Dinner”
Phone: (407) 393-4422

3. The Melting Pot.

Located in Orlando right by the famous International Dr. The Melting Pot has been a desired restaurant to visit in Orlando for quite some time now. It is a restaurant that offers eatery with a new twist. You can enjoy several fondue cooking styles and a very decorated menu. You can open the dinner night with some cheese fondue. Such as the award-winning Wisconsin Cheddar which is aged cheddar, Emmenthaler, Sam Adams Boston Lager, garlic and spices served with artisan bread, seasonal fruits and veggies. For dinner, you can try the four-course experience which features a certified Angus beef sirloin, shrimp, Memphis style dry rub pork, teriyaki marinated sirloin, and herb crusted chicken breast comes with cheese fondue, salad, the entree and a dessert that includes chocolate fondue. The Melting Pot offers an experience like none other be sure to stop by and try some of Orlando’s fondues.

Address: 7549 West Sand Lake Rd. Orlando, Florida 32819
Hours: Monday – Thursday 5 pm – 10 pm
Friday 5 pm -11 pm
Saturday 12 pm – 11 pm
Sunday 12 pm – 10 pm
Phone:(407) 903 – 1100

4. Seasons 52.

The Seasons 52 restaurant is located in Orlando, Florida right next to the Orlando Icon and the famous International Dr. and I-4. With a selection of over 100 bottles, 52 of which are available by the glass so you can discover a new flavor every week of the year. For lunch, you can start off by ordering the Shrimp Scampi starter. For dinner, you can try a sea-inspired dish such as the Cedar Plank-Roasted Salmon that is served with parsley potatoes, Caulilini, dill-mustard sauce, and grilled lemons. Apart from their dinner and lunch menu, Seasons 52 offers an extensive wine menu with bottles such as the “Drops of Jupiter Cabernet Sauvignon from South Australia 2016 or the Bonny Doon ‘Gravitas’ White Blend from California 2015. Try the perfect pair with your loved ones here at the Seasons 52.

Address: 7700 Sand Lake Rd. Orlando, FL 32819
Hours: Monday – Thursday 11:30 am – 10 pm
Friday and Saturday 11:30 am – 11 pm
Sunday 11:30 am – 10 pm
Phone: (407) 354-5212

5. Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse.

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse is located in Orlando right by the Orange County Convention Center and International Drive. The restaurant perfectly captures the essence of a contemporary American steakhouse. Complete with original Orlando artwork by local artists as well as modern fixtures and furnishings.  Choosing this steakhouse as an escape with your friends and family is completely worth your while with a dining experience to satisfy every need and superior customer service. For dinner, you can start with our signature appetizers such as the Mushrooms Stuffed with Crabmeat and it is broiled mushroom caps with jumbo lump crab stuffing sprinkled with Romano cheese. You can also choose from their signature sides with choices like grilled asparagus served with house-made buttery hollandaise sauce or the lobster mac and cheese. Come visit Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse after exploring what the city beautiful has to offer.

Address: 7501 West Sand Lake Rd, Orlando, Florida 32819
Hours: Monday – Saturday 5 pm – 10 pm
Sunday 5 pm – 9 pm
Phone: (407) 226-3900

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