Excellent off-site restaurants?

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  1. holden

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    We are booked at Hilton Bonnet Creek in Aug. Can anyone recommend off-site restaurants? We are doing our usual at WDW (Cali Grill, Sanaa, and a few others), but want to venutre off-site since we have a car. We'd prefer non-chain restaurants, since we have pleanty of chains at home to choose from.

    Thanks!!
     
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  4. epceddie

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    We've always had very enjoyable meals at Romano's Macaroni Grill. The prices are very reasonable.
     
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    We've enjoyed the Antonios in Maitland. And I think there are two others in the area, including one in Celebration:banana:
     
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    I like Mimi's near the corner of John Young on the Osceola Pkwy. It might be a chain, I've eaten in one in California, but if it is, we don't have it here. Our meals have always been excellent, and their home made bread/muffins are to die for.
     
  7. Befferk

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    Bubbalou's Bodacious BBQ :thumbsup2 They have a website if you look it up.
     

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