These Central Florida iconic restaurants are a must
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These Central Florida iconic restaurants are a must


we have some new faces in the news room and we know we have some people in town who maybe like to get away from the cold in their home states so we figured it would be a good time to break down some of Central Florida’s most iconic restaurants that you’ve got to give a try yeah but even if you’re a longtime resident maybe you’ve even forgotten about these wouldn’t even know about them so click Orlando coms Brandon Bowles is here to get results for our taste buds and remind us of all the wonderful things that we can snack on there’s a reason we’re here we are some of those people who are just living here to try to get away from the cold but we’re doing it for Life OK these six restaurants are some of the oldest and most well-established in the area we’ll start with my personal favorite the townhouse which is right in the heart of Oviedo it’s been serving country style breakfast lunch and dinner since the 1950s the family owned and operated spa is especially known for its Sunday chicken pot pies now you have weekend plans you’re welcome Goff’s drive-in has been on Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando for 70 years the banana splits get rave reviews so next time you’re at Camping World Stadium stop by or maybe just because or you find yourself around the stadium just go hot dog heaven on East Colonial is a pretty neat spot it’s hard to miss there’s a giant hotdog sticking out of it it started more than 30 years ago and it’s hotdogs have been rated the best in Florida you want to be sure to try the signature dish this Chicago dog and then at number four he’s clapping have you had it true Steve Gabriel’s submarine shop is another popular it’s been situated next to Edgewater High School for 60 years and besides classic subs Gabriel’s also serves wings milkshakes and party subs up to 6 feet long for hungry people only down here a spot what started in 1958 as a small Easter bar with only 9 seats is now in Orlando establishment we’re talking about Lee and Rick’s Oyster Bar they’ve got other seafood specialties to just look for the large wooden boat and then finally in Volusia County 1 I’ve been dying to try the old Spanish sugar mill is famous because you get to cook your own pancakes at the table it’s been around since 1961 and de Leon Springs Park and if you’re vegan or gluten-free they also have special batter for you too a little bit for everyone we’ve got everything you need to know about these places on click Orlando com and while you’re there let us know what your favorite is and we can always use some new suggestions so let me know what you’re eating guys do you hear that somebody’s pancakes down no I talk heaven so get your purse Steve and I are on the same page on that one I haven’t been to any of them well you need to get Lincoln don’t know I’ve got my list now

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