Lady Lake is a town in Lake County, Florida, United States. The population was 11,828 at the 2000 census. As of 2005, the population recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau is 13,244. It is part of the Orlando–Kissimmee–Sanford Metropolitan Statistical Area. Area history is exhibited at the Lady Lake Historical Society Museum.
Things to do in Lady Lake
4.5 based on 764 reviews
A very popular place to eat, anytime! At this time of year, with many seasonal visitors, it’s especially busy. Many people inside and outside were waiting to be called when the two of us arrived at 5:00 pm. We were told “20-25 minutes wait time”, and were seated within 10 minutes! Turnover of tables is usually quick, so don’t be discouraged! Baby back ribs are always excellent - tender, fall-off-the-bone easy to eat, full of flavor and BBQ sauce. Our other favorite is pulled pork (over a white or a sweet baked potato). They also serve smoked chicken and brisket, steaks and burgers. And we usually add a portion of pulled pork “to go” and take it home for the next nite. Tasty sides as well - green beans with bacon, roasted corn salad, black eye peas, collard greens, Sam’s slaw to name a few. Service is always very friendly, good and prompt. And meal prices are very reasonable. Ample parking as well. Check it out soon!
4.5 based on 755 reviews
Johnny Rockets is an international restaurant chain that provides the food, fun and friendliness reminiscent of feel-good Americana. On June 6, 1986, the first Johnny Rockets opened on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, offering guests friendly service and great food in a fun and nostalgic atmosphere. Every original Johnny Rockets restaurant boasts great tasting food from a menu of favorites including juicy hamburgers, classic sandwiches, and hand-dipped shakes and malts. Guests also enjoy an all-American look and feel, tabletop jukeboxes and authentic decor. This classic diner also entertains with dancing every half hour.
During our first visit to The Villages, Hubby and I were looking for breakfast at 11:30 am. Our hosts couldn't recommend an all-day breakfast restaurant, so they recommended Johnny Rockets as having decent food. We disagree.
Nearly everything on the menu is beef, cheese, bacon, or fried. Or a combination of the above. Even the few salads are loaded with heart attack ingredients. If you're looking for a hot dog or burger, you'll enjoy dining here.
Fortunately there was one menu item I could stomach, since Hubby had to be on time for his 1:00 tee time, and finding another restaurant wasn't an option. The black bean burger was actually quite good @ $7.89. The bun was a step up, with a few visible grains on the crust. I was able to substitute a side salad for the fries, which was so small I swallowed it in one gulp.
Hubby ordered the original burger @ $7.99 with fries. He said it was good. The coffee was awful @ $1.99. The first batch was cold and old, and the newly brewed second attempt didn't taste much better.
The ambiance here is cute, quaint, 1950's era, and the service is good. Not my kind of food.
4 based on 79 reviews
Believe it or not but I have never tried any other flavor but Vanilla Haagen Dazs. Went here today to find out that they offer an array of flavors. The gentleman greeted me with a smile and let me taste a few before deciding on a flavor. I chose the Peppermint bark! Since it was my Birthday the gentleman offered me “free” hot fudge. And the girl behind the counter sang “it’s your Birthday to me”! I thought that was very kind of the both of them to go out of there way to make my day a little brighter.
The ice cream shop was very clean , great location right on Lake Sumter.
I will definitely be returning to try all the flavors!
4.5 based on 119 reviews
Original-Recipe Ice Cream, Mackinac Island Fudge, Handcrafted Chocolates, Caramel Apples, Caramel Corns & Brittles, Boxed Chocolates
I love their penuche fudge and their plain caramel apples. The ice cream is good, but their selection is only fair (compared to a Basking-Robbins). They do offer free samples of their fudge. Their prices are a little on the high side, but not too bad.
4.5 based on 181 reviews
counter servise is fast and friendly . Bagels have toppings on both sides .No more eating the bottom first .Have Gleason and The honey mooners on the TV screen.My only complaint is they have a surgeon cutting the lox . Don't order it any more . Get a bagel and cream cheese and save 4 bucks .
4.5 based on 193 reviews
First Watch specializes in delicious creations freshly-prepared to order. Their fresh, award-winning Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch dishes are made using only the best ingredients without the use of heat lamps or deep fryers. The best part is their creative menu features traditional favorites like omelets, pancakes, salads and sandwiches.
What a wonderful surprise here! The choices were so different and delightful. Fresh, healthy, and delicious. Great place for breakfast, brunch or lunch. Try a frittata or omelet with a side salad (imagine!)
4 based on 320 reviews
We went there for dinner last night with two other couples. We didn’t have reservations but they sat us within minutes. Bradley was our server and he explained the specials and was very attentive to our needs. Everyone ordered something different and we all cleaned our plates with no room for dessert. I was very impressed that Bradley asked for my ID since I have that on the back of my credit cardmy only complaint was the air conditioner when it turned on we were freezing. We will be back and will recommend it to our friends.
4.5 based on 804 reviews
Stopped in this evening, very busy night on the square. About an hour wait, but we found two seats at the bar. Ordered drinks and dinner. Bar staff very friendly and helpful. Order chicken parmigiana, and the salmon. Both meals cooked as ordered and and tasted great. Red Sauce is our favorite Italian restaurant in this area, and always enjoy our meals.
Give them a try, I am sure you will enjoy.
4 based on 301 reviews
We used to visit Sweet Tomatoes all over the country but unfortunately many of them have closed. This location was doing a brisk business as they had a large crowd at 3 PM on a Sunday afternoon. Salad bar was fully loaded with numerous types of salads and fixings. All were freshly prepared and nicely presented. Soup bar has 7 selections but unfortunately the one I selected was stone cold both times I tried it even after they went back to heat up the contained. They later came by and apologized and said that this 3rd time I could be assured it was hot but by then I had finished with the entree and had moved on to ice cream. They also have an extensive array of breads. While they did not have my usually clam chowder on the soup line if they do when you visit, it is well worth trying.
4 based on 183 reviews
I called in an order since it was Valentine’s Day and was very crowded. The staff are very friendly. The filet was very good except it had some fat throughout which is not typical. Love the bread.
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