Critique my Orlando food Plan

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JerryR
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Critique my Orlando food Plan - Wed, 06/27/12 6:06 PM
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I will be heading to Orlando, for the first time, next month.
Please, give me your thoughts on my list and please give me any other suggestion you have.
Below are some of the places I came up with
Press 101
Yellow dog eats
4 rivers BBQ
Fiddler's Green
Beefy king
Hamburger Mary's
TIA
Jerry

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Re:Critique my Orlando food Plan - Wed, 06/27/12 9:57 PM
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Last visit I had plans for many places but returned to Yellow Dog three or four times. I love that place. Beefy King was okay, but a long drive from where I was staying. Not sure if I would have made that trip again.
 
Don't have any insight into others. Have a great trip!
 

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Re:Critique my Orlando food Plan - Wed, 06/27/12 10:56 PM
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Fantastic breakfast in Downtown at http://www.whitewolfcafe.com/.  Never had lunch or dinner, but I would guess they are top notch.
 
Great review of Beefy King by Baah Ben.  Their 2nd and only other location in Wilkes-Barre recently closed.
 
Tasty Wok on East Colonial is not to be missed.
 
Enjoy!

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Re:Critique my Orlando food Plan - Thu, 06/28/12 1:37 AM
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Hamburger Mary's is a chain. The one good place we ate at was across the street from the Grand Bohemian in downtown Orlando. They had sandwiches & soups & were next to a park with a pretty little waterfall. Cannot for the life of me remember the name.
 
Have fun on your trip & maybe you will discover some places that we need to check out!


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Re:Critique my Orlando food Plan - Thu, 06/28/12 8:49 AM
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stricken_detective


Hamburger Mary's is a chain. The one good place we ate at was across the street from the Grand Bohemian in downtown Orlando. They had sandwiches & soups & were next to a park with a pretty little waterfall. Cannot for the life of me remember the name.

Have fun on your trip & maybe you will discover some places that we need to check out!


According to the website downtownorlando.com, the restaurants across from the Grand Bohemian are Nature's Table Cafe, Wildside Cafe & The Pita Pit.  Do any of these ring a bell?