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Old 03-21-2015, 02:29 PM
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Originally Posted by kleeh View Post
Thank you so much for your response to my request for recommendations...and not for saying "here's your hat, what's your hurry?" by some who took offense that I did not have a great dining experience at the FOUR, not forty restaurants we ate at during our lifestyle preview. So glad that most of the responders were as helpful as you. I quess The Villages is just like every other place on the planet...mostly occupied by good, caring, helpful people with a few who are not. Hope to see you at the next table.

We would be honored to find you at the next table- or the same table. You will love it here.
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Old 03-21-2015, 04:09 PM
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Originally Posted by 2BNTV View Post
My choices are:

For breakfast, I like Billy's Cafe and Rae Rae's. Pancakes with apples on top at Billy's and the special omelette at Rae Rae's is excellent.

Lunch at Glenview CC.

Wednesday at Cody's, for the two for one fajita's. Fajita's are delicious and a great deal.

Onion rings for a snack are awesome, at World of Beer.

Special dinners are Bonefish and I go to Latinos Y Mas, for paella in Ocala, (25 to 30 minutes away).

Ate at the Chef's of Napoli once and thought it was very decent. I am of Italian descent but some people will not agree with this choice.

I like NYPD pizza and the pizza at Bravo's in LSL is good.

McAlisters is a good choice for deli food. Winn-Dixie deli, for a great cold cut hero!!!

Haven't eaten at Las Tapas and or Confessor Pasta Cuccina, (probably mangled the name), next to Rae Rae's, yet.

I am from New York but don't have a very picky palate and like food that doesn't bite back.
Thank you so much for taking the time to respond to my request for recommendations. I really appreciate it and hope I have an opportunity to say "hey!", if I see you at the next table.

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Old 03-21-2015, 09:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Loudoll View Post
The Lighthouse food is superb but I cannot handle the acoustics. With all the clanging and noise I feel like I'm being beaten to death.
The Lighthouse Deck is a great experience (for the ambiance, the food is secondary). Inside, the noise is teeth clenching.

Originally Posted by Cedwards38 View Post
I pretty much love anything if I don't have to cook it or wash up after it. I do find that the meals I get at the various country club restaurants are typically the best I get when I go out. I particularly like Evans Prairie, Belle Glade, Havana, and Bonifay.
I also love anything if I don't have to cook it or clean up after. And I enjoy the country clubs that you mentioned.
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