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.
Restaurants in Lady Lake
4.5 based on 101 reviews
Discover the Grand Oaks Resort and Museum. Here guests enjoy a gracious Southern sporting lifestyle set amid majestic oaks and gently rolling pastures of Florida's horse country. Whether you wish to stay in one of our well-appointed houses or cottages, RV Park, visit our Carriage Museum, enjoy lunch in our Bistro, visit our Gift Shop or Outfitters store, board your horse, plan an unforgettable wedding or meeting, or enjoy exceptional equestrian activities and training... The Grand Oaks has it all and is ready to welcome you.
The food is excellently prepared and reasonably priced. The service is excellent. It's a great place to go for a quiet, reasonably priced lunch. However, the dinner menu is a bit pricy.
5 based on 596 reviews
Beautiful facility with room after room of war memorabilia, documents, pictures of war related events, plus a memorial to Ike in the form of personal effects, pictures, etc. Problem is that there is no commentary or explanation of what is on display - usually just a small plaque naming the donor of the display. Too bad - if you were not a WWII vet, it would be difficult to place the contents of the memorial in context.
4 based on 87 reviews
This 620 acre park is home to the state's second largest Live Oak tree that's estimated to be about 400 years old. A short walking trail that starts close to the park's ranger station allows you to get an even closer look. A canal connects the park to Lake Griffin, where visitors can enjoy boating, fishing and canoeing. Don't have your own boat? Don't worry, we rent them here! For only $6.00/hr you can explore the waterways via canoe or kayak. If you'd prefer to stay on land you can observe the park's wildlife while picnicking or strolling along the nature trail. If you need more than a day to explore a shady, full-facility campground is available. Please note, while there are places to swim close by, no swimming is allowed in the park.
Great time paddling the waters and would return. But I would never again rent the 2 seat kayak because it lacked proper back support. I had to trade midway with my daughter's single because I could not bear the discomfort. My daughter agrees with me. I would recommend only rent singles.
4.5 based on 166 reviews
There are 3 large squares that form the entertainment and restaurant hubs of the Villages. Each is excellent for what they have to offer: numerous restaurants, shops, movie theatre, etc. Live entertainment is offered from 5-9 PM every night of the week and it is free of charge. Happy hour prices on drinks is offered from 5-6 PM with very reasonable prices offered throughout the night. We prefer this Square because of the variety of restaurants that we like and because it is where our favorite hotel in the Villages, Waterfront Inn, is located. As the name implies there is a large lake in the square with great views of water birds, people in dragon boats, golf courses, etc. Many of the restaurants offer outdoor seating with views of this lake or the entertainment venue.
4 based on 97 reviews
Excellent Friday fish fry. Also served another night I believe. We enjoy dining outside overlooking the pool and waterfall. We have never had bad food!
4 based on 92 reviews
Went to see the Mersy Beatles perform. They were terrific. Was worried about parking as this was our first visit but it was plentiful. That’s always an issue for us as we drive a huge dual wheel pickup truck.
Our friends had bought the tickets and our seats were in the back row and we were pleasantly surprised at how close we were to the stage. The venue is laid out in a nice semicircle with not a bad seat in the house!
The house band that played as an opener for the main attraction was quite good and did a great job of warming up the audience. There were a couple little glitches with the sound, but only for a second or two. Can’t wait to go back. There is a wide variety of entertainment so there if probably something that please just about everyone.
4.5 based on 513 reviews
The Villages are like another world. The Spanish Springs lends a Spanish hacienda ambience to this particular village. Each village has its own theme. There are plenty of restaurants surrounding the square. We drove thru carefully to mind the golf carts coming to and fro. Fun to watch!
4 based on 61 reviews
I've been here twice. The good: Cows come up to you on the hayride and eat grass out of your hands. Baby goats are cute. Goats are generally upbeat and look good. The bad: Ponies look very sad and in poor condition. Staff are not particularly friendly and some of the signs around are rather nasty. Some of the animal pens are small and worn down. Not going back. Seems like some animals are doing ok and others aren't.
5 based on 4 reviews
Tai Chi Massage & Foot SPA is located in the Villages, FL, which has the team of state licensed therapists focusing on oriental massage techniques. The massage combines classic Swedish and Deep Tissue massage with the traditional Eastern techniques, including Chinese Acupressure and Japanese Shiatsu, in order to ease your muscular tension and stress while providing you with deep relaxation
Can't wait to return to Florida and visit Hong. I had a full body massage and it was awesome after my flight. Very clean and professional atmosphere.
5 based on 5 reviews
Kentucky Bill's Store of Many Items is located in the the heart of Central Florida's citrus country in a 1933 cracker style home. We offer handmade items, ranging from art and cards, to one of a kind reclaimed pieces. Kentucky Bill's is also proudly serving up Hand Scooped Ice Cream Treats and Seasonal Sweets. Kentucky Bill's also offers antique treasures and exciting new gift ideas for the whole family.
This shop is hard to describe, but something that you want to see for yourself if you are in the Weirsdale area. There are antiques, repurposed items, one-of-a-kind stationary items, and vintage gifts, drinks, and candies to choose from. The proprietors are nice people that make you feel welcome and let you browse without bothering you, but will answer all your questions too.
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