Sand Lake/Res­tau­rant Row

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BIG FIN SEAFOOD KITCHEN ‒ Seafood. The Or­lando Sen­tinel Foodie Award win­ner fea­tures an ex­ten­sive menu of fresh seafood, steaks, pasta, sushi and a raw bar. The pa­tio bar of­fers a daily happy hour from 5-7 pm. D (nightly). www.bigfin­ 8046 Via Del­la­gio Way, 407.615.8888. DRAGON­FLY ROBATA GRILL‒ Asian. Choose from cre­ative sushi or per­fectly cooked seafood on the robata, which gets up to 1,000 de­grees for a crispy outer later and ten­der mid­dle. Happy hour spe­cials. D (nightly). www.drag­on­fly­restau­­lando-florida. 7972 Via Del­la­gio Way, 407.370.3359. ED­DIE V’S ‒ Amer­i­can. This prime steak and seafood res­tau­rant of­fers el­e­gant din­ing inside or chic/ ca­sual seat­ing out­side with views of the lake. Diners can’t go wrong with the bone-in rib­eye, cur­ried oys­ters or Ge­orges Bank scal­lops. The res­tau­rant is known for its ex­cep­tional ser­vice and out­stand­ing cock­tails. D (nightly). www.ed­ 7488 W. Sand Lake Road, 407.355.3011. FLEMING’S ‒ Steak. In­dulge with fine aged prime beef and an ex­ten­sive wine list fea­tur­ing 100 wines by the glass at this na­tion­ally ac­claimed steak­house. D ( Tu-Su). www.flem­ingssteak­ 933 N Or­lando Ave., Win­ter Park, 407.699.9463.; 8030 Via Del­la­gio Way, 407.352.5706. MELT­ING POT‒ Fon­due. Cook your own meat and veg­gies, and then dip into warm cheese or sa­vory glazes. For dessert try whole straw­ber­ries, cook­ies, marsh­mal­lows and other good­ies in a pot of melted choco­late. D (nightly). www.melt­ing­pot. com. 7549 W. Sand Lake Road, 407.903.1100. MOR­TON’S ‒ Steak. Every de­tail, from el­e­gant serv­ings of steak and seafood, a vast wine se­lec­tion and seam­less ser­vice, makes Mor­ton’s a clas­sic din­ing des­ti­na­tion. Bar 12-21 of­fers happy hours daily from 5- 6:30 pm and 9 pm-close. D (nightly).

www.mor­­lando. 7600 Dr. Phillips Blvd., 407.248.3485. ROCCO’S TA­COS ‒ Con­tem­po­rary Mex­i­can. Rocco’s Ta­cos of­fers a true taste of Mex­ico within a fun ca­sual en­vi­ron­ment over­look­ing the lake. Ex­pe­ri­ence gua­camole pre­pared ta­ble­side and choose from 225 va­ri­eties of te­quila. L, D (daily), Br (Sa-Su). www.roc­costa­ 7488 W. Sand Lake Road, 407. 226.0550. ROY’S OR­LANDO ‒ Fu­sion. Euro­pean tech­niques with Asian in­gre­di­ents cre­ate a mem­o­rable fu­sion menu with Hawai­ian high­lights. Fa­vorites in­clude Japanese-style mis­oy­aki but­ter­fish and kabayaki seared sea scal­lops with wasabi sweet ginger but­ter. D (nightly). www.roys­restau­ 7760 W. Sand Lake Road, 407.352.4844. RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE ‒ Steak. This well­known steak­house that be­gan in New Or­leans has made a pres­ence for it­self in Or­lando. As al­ways, steaks are to die for and ser­vice is top-notch. D (nightly). www.ruth­ 610 N. Or­lando Ave., Win­ter Park, 407.622.2444; 7501 W. Sand Lake Road, 407.226.3900. SEA­SONS 52‒ New Amer­i­can. Fla­vor­ful, cre­ative, Amer­i­can meals made with sea­sonal in­gre­di­ents. Small plates are perfect for shar­ing or full en­trees avail­able. L, D (daily). www.sea­ 7700 W. Sand Lake Road, 407.354.5212. SLATE ‒ Mod­ern Amer­i­can. This res­tau­rant of­fers South­ern com­fort food, wood-grilled seafood and craft cock­tails in a chic, ca­sual set­ting. Br (Sa-Su), L (M-F), D (nightly). www.sla­te­or­ 8323 Sand Lake Road, 407.500.7528. URBAIN 40 ‒ Amer­i­can/Euro­pean. This Amer­i­can brasserie and cock­tail lounge comes with a ‘40s throw­back and a touch of French flair, thanks to Chef Jean Stephane Poinard. Live jazz nightly. L, D (daily). www.ur­ 8000 Via Del­la­gio Way, 407.872.2640. VINES GRILLE & WINE BAR ‒ Steak. A wood-fired grill makes this up­scale Chicago-style steak­house a stand­out along Res­tau­rant Row. There is an ex­ten­sive wine list and live jazz plays every night at 7 pm. D (nightly).­nes­ 7533 W. Sand Lake Road, 407.351.1227. WORLD’S LARGEST MCDON­ALD’S ‒ Amer­i­can/fast food. This two-story, 18,716 square-foot res­tau­rant is home to a huge PlayPlace and ar­cade along with a unique menu, in­clud­ing cus­tom­ized omelets, waf­fles, chef-made pas­tas and brick oven-baked piz­zas, along with McDon­ald’s fa­vorites. Out­side, a 30-foot Ron­ald McDon­ald high­lighted with LED light­ing, is the tallest Ron­ald McDon­ald in the world. B,L, D (daily). 6875 Sand Lake Road, 407.351.2185.

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