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Doglover159 May 24, 2013 01:07 PM

Anyone got suggestions for good places to eat a nice graduation lunch that won't be super busy where you have to wait an hour to eat. I'm looking for it either in the downtown area, international airport or by/around the millennia mall of Orlando, FL.

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    qbdave May 24, 2013 01:25 PM

    With a reservation you won't wait at the Ravenous Pig in Winter Park. Not far from UCF.

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      Doglover159 May 24, 2013 01:29 PM

      I'm graduating from high school so UCF would be to far for my family. Do you know anything for the millennia mall, I-drive area? If not thanks for replying anyway

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        TastyChomps May 30, 2013 06:04 AM

        by i-drive there is a whole lot of restaurants on restaurant row (sand lake road) you can choose from like Seasons 52, etc.

        Ricky Ly
        www.tastychomps.com

    2. Sandwich_Sister May 25, 2013 09:42 AM

      Cafe Tu Tu Tango might be fun for a bunch of seniors. - I drive area.

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        Rona Gindin May 28, 2013 06:22 AM

        Downtown, you might try The Rusty Spoon, a wonderful gastropub. If your group is adventurous, near Millenia consider Pasha Tavern & Lounge, which is North African (i.e. Moroccan) and Mediterranean.

        www.RonaRecommends.com

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          TastyChomps May 30, 2013 06:02 AM

          there's not much to try by the airport just yet for big parties. i'd choose also the rusty spoon or citrus downtown or if you want to head towards winter park, check out prato or the ravenous pig but it may be busy...it's worth the wait though. just get a reservation to be sure.

          Ricky Ly
          www.tastychomps.com

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