Winter Springs is a city in Seminole County, Florida, United States. The population was 33,282 at the 2010 census. According to the 2013 Census Bureau estimates, the city has a population of 33,871. It is part of the Orlando–Kissimmee–Sanford Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Things to do in Winter Springs
4.5 based on 229 reviews
We went there for dinner with friends who, fortunately had made reservations because the place was very busy. I had a seafood pasta dish that was excellent and my wife had a lamb cutlets that were tender and juicy and well seasoned . The wine list was very good but somewhat overpriced. The service was efficient, courteous and unobtrusive,
4.5 based on 266 reviews
We are a family owned & operated restaurant. We have been serving the Orlando area for the past 20 years. Our guests have become part of our family, so when you enter our restaurant for the first time, you will immediately notice that this is a very friendly, family restaurant where everyone knows your name! Forget the big chains, and come try what REAL italian food tastes like.
Have been happy with Stefano’s in the past, but our latest visit disappointed. Manhattan clam chowder lacked cream and clams. Eggplant Parmesan: breading on the eggplant was soggy and falling off. Tomato gravy (sauce) was salty, peppery, and too acid.
Calamari appetizer was good, lightly breaded and tender, and the fresh baked bread delicious. The special Seafood al Granchio had a generous portion of basa fish, shrimp, scallops and mussels over linguini. Shrimp Parmesan was good. The other diner’s entree was deemed average.
The music was quite loud, something I had not noted in previous visits, and I admit loud music is a pet peeve of mine—I go to restaurants to converse as well as dine. As I left the restaurant I was surprised to see a woman playing the piano on the bar side. I never heard it because of the din of recorded music. Too bad.
4.5 based on 245 reviews
I dropped by recently. Actually, I was at a different restaurant, and saw the bright colored logo overhead. It was just before 6 PM, which turns out to be happy hour, for both drinks and food. I ordered wine, a shrimp (tempura?) and edamame. Everything was delectable. Definitely going back there. The ambiance if fantastic too. Better than the restaurants in the area. It's in a typical box-style building, but inside, it doesn't have that "box" feel. It has two bars where you can order from and eat at. Sushi could become my new go to meal.
4.5 based on 146 reviews
Wow this has some very good greek food. I had he gyro platter and the flaming cheese. We had 6 people at the table and every single one of they were happy with there meal. Fast service and lots of good food. You have to stop in.
4.5 based on 91 reviews
Stopped in on a Tuesday at 12:45pm & the place was busy. The parking can definitely be a challenge in this small strip of businesses. You order at the counter & they bring the food to your table or pickup orders at the to go counter. While waiting in line you can view many of the foods which all look delicious. We ordered a beef & chicken empanada, beef potato ball, red beans & rice, spanish soup & roast pork sandwich. The items come to the table as soon as they are ready instead of bringing all at once which is great. Very efficient & friendly staff. The sandwich & spanish soup were excellent. The roast pork was served on cuban bread with onions, swiss cheese, mojo & mayo. The bread was fresh & perfectly pressed. The pork & toppings were so flavorful & seasoned well. The spanish soup had a wonderful combination of white beans, ham, pork, potatoes & collards. One of the best bean soups we have tasted. Everything else was just typical cuban fare.
5 based on 84 reviews
Anytime we are in the area it's a guarantee that we will stop for donuts at Donut King! They have such a fun variety of freshly made donuts that everyone will find something they like. Their apple fritters are HUGE and filled with yummy apples. The cronuts are melt in your mouth fantastic and my fave is the maple bacon, yum! We always get enough to bring home. Don't miss out!!
4.5 based on 149 reviews
We enjoyed salads, two cheese fondues (Swiss & cheddar beer), two chocolates (dark & mudslide), and filet. The entire meal was enjoyable. The traditional fondues (Swiss & dark chocolate) were excellent. The others good but I enjoy the others better. The steak was tender and flavorful, cooked perfectly (as you cook it yourself).
Service was polite and moderately efficient.
Prices were very reasonable.
4.5 based on 300 reviews
So glad they combined the two places together. Angel was a very good server and friendly. The cucumber salad is always great an the potato pancakes were as well. There homemade apple sauce is just as good as ever. Will be back again and look forward to trying something different.
4.5 based on 282 reviews
The Townhouse has MOVED to 139 N Central Ave, Oviedo, FL ... see you for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner at our new digs !!
Traditions die. It once was a joy to come to the townhouse, now it is just one big hassle. Seven came on a Monday night. Looked busy, but was told 15 minute wait. 30 minutes later, 3 of our group left because of their little children were too far gone to wait to eat. When the remaining 4 of us were finally seated, we were told the special we came for was gone (meatloaf) Ordering a Greek salad instead , was told they were out of potato salad that goes in it. Finally ordered a burger just to get something to eat. The food that came out 45 minutes later was cold.
Over hearing other conversations, everyone there was upset with the place.
Would give a 1 Star rating but moved it to 2 ONLY because of our waitress trying so hard to apologize for our everything.
I’m certain the owners are good people, but they need to decide if they are going to compete. You have loyal customers, but that will only last so long with terrible experiences.
Please decide if you are going to be a player in the growing Oviedo market. If so, staff it and manage it accordingly.
And PLEASE do something about the echoes in the place. BUY a lot of sound deadening panels and get them up on the walls — you can’t hear the person talking next to you. Going home with a headache because of the noise isn’t what we come in for.
We want to continue to love you.
4.5 based on 180 reviews
Lake Mary's newest culinary concept offers a diverse selection of world cuisine that's sure to get your taste buds popping. Small intimate restaurant with amazing food. Head Chef and owner Lonnie Proctor has a passion for food and it shows in every meal he creates. So make your reservation now and discover a new favorite dish from Chef Lonnie.
This place is truly fusion. You walk in expecting Italian cuisine but was shocked to see Asian options (a relief because the Italian options seemed too heavy for lunch) such as the tuna salad and sushi rolls. The decor is rustic Italian with textures and wine bottle displays.
Even as an anti-sausage foodie, I still enjoyed their Italian wedding soup.
I ordered the Blackened Ahi Salad. I would have thoroughly enjoyed it if they didn't overload it with lettuce. The Tuna was perfectly seasoned in spite of the useless leaves.
Another shock factor is they serve 4 locally grown beers on tap as well as some wine.
The staff has multiple hats here, my waitress was my hostess and my chef. She was so friendly I was able to spark up casual conversation as if she were my aunt or sister. I wish I lived nearby just to continue having conversations over coffee :)
I arrived around 2PM on a Saturday, so as soon as I paid I walked across the street to the farmers market being held. When everyone started packing up, I simply walked back across to browse the many shops nearby (from home decor, jewelry, to dress shopping it's all available).
Overall I truly felt welcomed
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