The best holiday brunch location awaits you!
We didn't have to look to far for some good fun locations for our Thanksgiving. VisitOrlando already has some great ideas. Here are their suggestions.
Thinking about visiting Orlando for the Thanksgiving holiday? You'll be thankful you did. Whether you're looking for an intimate dinner for two or celebrating with the whole family, we're bringing you Orlando's most scrumptious restaurants and luxurious hotels that are offering Thanksgiving dining options where there's something for everyone!
Getting off to an early start is Big Fin Seafood Kitchen, celebrating early Thanksgiving on Monday, Nov. 19th with a Lobster Dinner! Thanksgiving Dinner atPrimo by Melissa Kelly is using only the finest Fall Harvest organic ingredients! deep blu seafood grille is hosting the Tesoro Cove Thanksgiving Day Grand Buffet. The Columbia Restaurant in Downtown Celebration is open for Thanksgiving and there's a Thanksgiving Celebration at Citron.
Loews Portofino Bay Hotel is hosting "A Celebration of the First Thanksgiving Feast!" a brand new Thanksgiving event in 2012. This Thanksgiving buffet includes live entertainment, Pilgrims and Indians, storytelling, and face painting for all ages. Gaylord Palms Hotel offers a Thanksgiving Day Buffet from Noon- 9 p.m. Spencer's for Steaks and Chops at The Hilton Orlando has a great Thanksgiving Dinner menu for the evening and the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort is offering special Thanksgiving Day menus for four of its top restaurants.
The Rosen Plaza, Rosen Centre and Rosen Shingle Creek will host their superb Thanksgiving Buffets which are not to be missed. Thanksgiving Brunch is offered at Capriccio Grill at The Peabody Orlando from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Brunch is priced at $65 for adults and $25 for children from six to 12 years old. Check out the menu and call 407.345.4570 for reservations.
If you're looking to give thanks by taking in the sites and visiting some fun attractions we have an updated list of deals for accommodations and attractions this fall season!
Hundreds of vehicles will be showcased during the 2012 Central Florida International Auto Show during Thanksgiving weekend. The 23rd Annual Turkey Trot is a Thanksgiving tradition in downtown Orlando that is a must-see! At Dinosaur World grandparents receive a free admission with a fully paid child admission the first 3 Sundays in November (4th, 11th, 18th) at Dinosaur World. Looking to celebrate thanksgiving out in the wild? Get admission to Wild Florida's Wildlife Park and BBQ lunch for only $12 adult and $10 kids! Lunch includes choice of smoked chicken, pulled pork, hamburger or hot dog basket meals.