GREAT seafood place?

Discussion in 'Orlando Hotels and Attractions' started by Karrie Davis, Jan 3, 2010.

  1. Karrie Davis

    Karrie Davis Mouseketeer

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    We will be there in on the 9th :) Both our family (CO.) and the family we are going with (MN.) are wanting some GREAT off site sea food.

    What would you recommend?
     
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  3. fausz4

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    In May 2009 we went to Bonefish Grill...It was one of the highlights of our trip! Our kids LOVED it (ages 12 and 7 at the time)and the wait staff was amazing. The food is great quality and they reworked a couple of the recipes for our kids. It is not a cheap place to go --- but it was worth it to us!

    We went to the location at 7830 West Sand Lake Road, Orlando, FL 32819. We will definately eat there again!

    bonefishgrill.com

    Good Luck ---BTW ---- we will be there from Jan 6 - 10th!
     
  4. Karrie Davis

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    Thanks! I will check out their site!

    If any one knows any others we would like to go out a few times for seafood :) We don't always get the best here in Colorado - LOL
     
  5. singnring

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    If you will have a car and don't mind driving over to Titusville, the best seafood IMHO is at Dixie Crossroads.

    We don't make a trip to FL without eating there at least once! I grew up in FL and miss eating good seafood. DC takes care of me!

    A couple of years ago, I heard they also had a restaurant on I-drive. I don't know if that is still there, and I never ate there so I can't speak for how it compares to the Titusville location.

    I can tell you though, it is definitely worth the drive to Titusville!
     
  6. BLTLDZ

    BLTLDZ Loving our DVC :)

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    Hands down, either FLying Fish, on the Boardwalk OR Todd English's Blue Zoo located in the DOlphin Hotel.
     

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