The conference is offering a dining card that includes two lunches (June 10 and 12) and four breakfasts (June 10, 11, 12, and 13) in the Rollins cafeteria, which offers a wide variety of food. The cafeteria will be open at other meal times throughout the conference. Diners may also use cash if they prefer not to purchase a dining card.
For those who would prefer to dine off-campus, Winter Park and the surrounding area offer a wide selection of casual and fine dining experiences for all tastes and budgets. Follow the links below for our suggestions.
Cafe de France
Barry Levis’s favorite restaurant in Winter Park. Claire and Jim find the service somewhat snooty, but that might just be authentic French.
526 Park Avenue South
Sakura Sushi and Saki Bar
Melanie Osborn (former editorial assistant) is a fan. Annabel Tudor, managing editor and not a fan of sushi, thinks the tempura offerings are pretty decent. $$$
525 Park Avenue South
Power House Cafe
Alexandra Sol, editorial assistant, thinks the strawberry, banana, and peanut butter pita is amazing! Accompany this with one of their famous smoothies and you’re set to go! One of those healthy, yet filling, restaurants on park. $$
111 E Lyman Ave
Park Plaza Gardens
Claire thinks that the restaurant food is overpriced and unimpressive. Bar food is great, though, as are their gin and tonics. Sit on the sidewalk for a true Winter Park experience.
319 South Park Avenue
310 Park South
Julian Chambliss’s favorite. Annabel's choice for dinner before class. The burgers and salads are fabulous (and reasonably priced) and the beer selection vast. Best calamari in town.
310 Park Avenue South
Best for steaks - not so good for other things.
326 Park AvenueSouth
Claire and friends go to Luma to drink wine and eat appetizers. Try the watermelon ceviche.
290 Park Avenue South
The Wine Room
Alexandra loooves The Wine Room. Classy, but possible to get out inexpensively with a glass of wine and appetizers.
270 Park Avenue South
Pannullo's Italian Restaurant
Nice atmosphere, good food, reasonably priced.
216 Park Avenue South
Alexandra’s favorite. Good choices for vegetarians. Their fresh bread and humus is amazing. The fact that you can smoke hookah is also a plus.
108 Park Avenue South
Claire’s all-time favorite breakfast spot. If you go one place in Winter Park to eat, make it here.
252 Park Avenue North
Ashley Elliott, editorial assistant, says it's pretty good Thai food. Good vegetarian options.
305 Park Avenue North
Chain restaurant, specializing in bagels, breads, and pastries; serves breakfast and lunch.
329 Park Avenue North
Julian thinks its the best Italian food in town, and it's reasonable. $$
521 Park Avenue South
Circa has a good atmosphere, but weird pseudo Caribbean food. People who stay out later than most historians say that the cocktail bar is worth visiting at night.
358 Park Avenue North
Eola Wine Company
Eola is a fun place to go relax, enjoy the live music and drink some wine. Their cheese plates and tasting options are good too.
136 Park Avenue South
Barry took Julian and Claire here to celebrate Julian's tenure.The meat is wonderful, the salads are excellent, and the passion fruit mousse divine.The prices, however, are high!!
115 East Lyman Avenue
Forget the Seattle-based brewer across the street. Annabel says the BEST coffee in town is at Palmano's; also serving breakfast and lunch.
333 Park Avenue South
Authentic Cuban Cafe
This restaurant is owned and operated by a very cute, young Cuban couple, who do a great job. Ask for their pulled pork on a salad - delicious!
133 East Morse Blvd.
Fresh-baked French goods and coffee. Who could ask for anything more?
120 East Morse Blvd.
Claire says that the atmosphere is great, but the food mediocre. Go to Trattoria Toscana if you want Italian food.
240 N. Pennsylvania Avenue
Traditional French cooking with all the calories that entails.... $$$
544 W. New England Avenue
Locals say, and the AHS journal staff agrees: "You can have a good sandwich for cheap here or have a bottle of wine and drop a hundred bucks as well. Both meals would be great and this is one of the few places in town that can pull this off.”
558 W. New England Avenue
511 W. New England Avenue
Brio Tuscan Grille
480 N. Orlando Avenue
Casual family dining. Burgers, sandwiches.
510 N. Orlando Avenue
Casual family dining. They have the best mango tea and tomato soup you could ever get in a counter service restaurant. Their Caribbean flat bread is also good! Mostly salad-based choices.
480 N. Orlando Avenue
(407) 622- 4403
Casual family dining.
500 N. Orlando Ave.
Ruth's Chris Steak House
Upscale family dining. A bit over-priced. Definitely go somewhere else if you have kids.
610 N. Orlando Ave.
(407) 622- 2444
P. F. Chang's
Casual Asian fusion. Great lettuce wraps, lunch specials and soups!
436 N. Orlando Ave.
(407) 622- 0188
Casual family dining. Counter service.
510 N Orlando Ave.
Situated directly across Orlando Avenue from Winter Park Village.
1408 Gay Road
Alexandra thinks that the service is poor and sushi at Sakura is much better (and better prices there, too). $$
510 N. Orlando Avenue # 104
Black Bean Deli
Alexandra loves this place. The chicken tastes delicious, and what’s even better is the price of the food! What an amazing little nook!
325 S. Orlando Avenue
Annabel likes the food at Houston's. Also, it's not too stuffy (neat, casual dress). During the summer you can even get away with wearing shorts. Have cocktail and sit in the Adirondack chairs to watch the sunset over Lake Killarney.
215 S Orlando Avenue
(407) 740- 4005
The Ravenous Pig
Barry adores this restaurant.'Nuf said.
1234 Orange Avenue
(407) 628- 2333
The Pita Pit
Like the name says - pita sandwiches.
140 West Fairbanks Avenue
P. R.'s Taco Palace
Hole-in-the-wall. Drink specials whenever the the train passes by, which is regularly.
499 West Fairbanks Avenue
Irish pub, good pub food. Better pub drinks.
544 West Fairbanks Avenue
Winnie's Oriental Garden
Just an average American-Chinese restaurant - lots sweet sauce and msg at relatively low prices.
1346 North Orange Avenue
A great place to enjoy some bbq and a beer. College students love O’Boys nights. $
595 West Fairbanks Avenue
Winter Park Fish Co.
This is a great new place. Serves the freshest fish in interesting ways. Not really a place to sit and chat or to linger over your meal, though.
761 Orange Avenue