Eat and Drink

Our recent sojourn into Orlando’s highest-rated restaurants has definitely helped burst the myth about it being simply a series of theme parks and food chain outlets. And we’re now back with a comprehensive list of the best pizza places to try out in the city.

Why pizza? The round-shaped goodness has been a staple of the American diet since the late 19th century and was named the fastest-growing segment of casual restaurant chains a few years back.

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Theme park lovers know that all meals are not created equal and some are truly better than others. At Universal Studios in Orlando, there are so many different cuisines to try.

From donuts to Green Eggs and Ham, you'll be familiar with what you order from your favorite TV shows and books, like The Simpsons and Dr. Seuss' literary works.

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When it comes to Orlando's best food, people seem to have specific opinions. Whether they're fast food, fast-casual, high-end, or super cheap, Florida restaurants offer something for almost everyone.

What's clear about U.S. dining habits is that Americans love options. Restaurants across the country are chock-full of variety, mixing ethnicities, food regions, and cultures into steaming melting pots of (often) fried deliciousness.

Stacker compiled a list of the most delicious restaurants in Orlando, FL using reviews from Tripadvisor. These places range from fast food powerhouses to local hot spots.

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Disney World hosts an annual Food & Wine Festival at EPCOT and it's a great opportunity for guests to try tasty foods from all different countries and cultures.

From margaritas and tacos in Mexico to craft beer and pretzels in Germany, this yearly event has a sweet treat for all foodies and theme park lovers alike. The festival starts today and runs until November 19, 2022.

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One thing about anime that almost everyone loves is its depiction of food. Anime never fails to make even the simplest dishes look mouthwateringly delicious.

This Naturo-themed shop in Orlando serves ramen that looks just as good as the 2D ones.

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There's a dog friendly bar making its way to Central Florida, and it's one of the cutest places to take your dog on a doggy date. There is one already based in South Tampa, and it's got all the pups howling for more.

It's called Pups Pub, and their new location in Orlando is officially open this weekend.

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Disney guests can now try fried chicken ice cream on both the East and West Coasts for the entire month of June.

The iconic ice cream shop Salt & Straw announced its line of picnic-themed flavors just in time for summer.

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Tucked away inside the Phoenix Building in downtown Orlando, lies a secret bar you wouldn't even know existed because it looks like a library upon entering.

Behind a hidden bookcase door is a Prohibition-era-themed saloon, and it's so vintage! The building was built back in the 1800s and there's still furniture that's as old as the building.

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Universal's Harry Potter World in Orlando, FL is famous for enchanted offerings, high fantasy attractions, but most importantly, creating the illusion that you're stepping into another world.

Most visitors are familiar with the famous menu items such as the chocolate frogs from Honeydukes, or the frothy butterbeers. But some guests don't realize there are mystical menu items you can enjoy if you know where to look.

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Soupa Saiyan is known for its eclectic animé-themed decorations, figurines, and, of course, its massive noodle bowls!

With one location in Jacksonville and another one in Orlando, the owners decided to open a third location near the University of Central Florida, called their "UCF" location.

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The biggest Mcdonald's in the world calls Florida home, and it's two stories high! It's located in Orlando, which proves there's more to the city than just Walt Disney World... even more than just hamburgers and chicken nuggets.

The location, aka "Epic McD", has a specialized mouth-watering menu that ranges from pizza made in a firestone oven to slices of cake. It even plays into the "create your own" trend that many modern restaurants have.

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Triple Tropic Twist, The Adventurous Llamanaut, and The Ice Cream of Moo are just some of the wild flavors this Oregon-based ice cream shop has, and Salt & Straw is making its way to Disney Springs in Orlando, FL.

Known for its eclectic flavors, the mainly West Coast-rooted creamery is giving Orlando a taste of their unique combinations. From Pear & Blue Cheese to Strawberry Honey Balsamic With Black Pepper — yes, these are real flavors.

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