Making weekend plans and getting sick of frequenting the same old haunts when it comes to restaurants? Toyota of Orlando can help! Why not get off your usual routine this weekend and try a new restaurant for a change? We’ve gathered some of our top picks right here to make planning your weekend easier than ever… check it out!
Hash House A Go Go: Looking for a unique spin on traditional farm food? Hit Hash House A Go Go on I-drive. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, alongside a large selection of sweet treats and coffee drinks. The portions are huge, so bring your appetite (or a to-go bag) and be ready to eat… a lot. Some of our favorite dishes? Andy’s Famous Sage Fried Chicken Benedict, any and all of the fun stuffed pound burgers, and the All Blue Crab Cakes. Wash it down with S’mores coffee!
Sapporo Ramen: OK, hear us out – some people associate Ramen with being broke in college. But this noodle house fancies the traditional dish up with various sauces and toppings, and also serves delicious Japanese side dishes. Plus, it’s still affordable and serves both lunch and dinner!
Chai Thai: Classic Thai food meets major affordability at this Orange Avenue restaurant – you’ll be able to nosh on everything from Thai chicken wings to pineapple fried rice to original pad Thai. And all without breaking the budget!
Se7en Bites: This breakfast restaurant has gained quite a bit of notoriety in the Orlando area, and with good reason – its unique and tasty breakfast dishes are truly one of a kind. On top of that, they’re also a bake shop with Southern-style roots, so you can find something for everyone. Visit their all-new location on Primrose in Colonialtown!
Gringos Locos: Who hasn’t gone to Gringos Locos after a long night downtown? This Mexican restaurant is notorious for their large burritos, fresh salsa, and cold beer… plus their nightly happy hour where you can get great deals on burritos, tacos, and more. They also have two convenient locations to serve up their counter-serve dishes, and plenty of outdoor seating for when the weather is nice.
Ethos Vegan Kitchen: Looking for an option that will appeal to vegans and vegetarians as well as meat-a-tarians? Ethos Vegan Kitchen is the place to go. They have vegetarian and vegan options that range from BBQ empanadas, fake philly cheesesteaks, and tortellini.
Beefy King: Beefy King has been a staple in Orlando for over 40 years, and it’s easy to see why. They serve up hot sandwiches, sides, and milkshakes… try the roast beef with beefy spuds and the cherry milkshake.
Have a fantastic weekend, and don’t forget to bring your appetite!