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February 6, 2004
There is an early bird special of only $24.95 until 6pm. The original dinner price after 6pm is $29.95. We made sure to go early and managed to be seated just a few minutes before cut-off time. The great thing is, since we had the Orlando Magic Card, we got an extra special price of only $19.95 per person.
We were not disappointed. It is indeed a place for seafood lovers. It’s got everything – steamed whole lobsters, crabs, crab legs, crab cakes, shrimps, oysters, and clams. My husband and two friends ate three whole lobsters each. I only managed to eat one, but I had a few of the crabs. The buffet also had London broil for those who like steak and everything else from salads, soups, a variety of side dishes (smoked salmon, corn-on-the-cob, sautéed mushrooms), and desserts (cakes, cookies and pecan tart). We ordered the kiddie meals for the kids. They didn’t like the spaghetti with tomato sauce, but enjoyed the fried shrimp.
All in all, it was a memorable dinner with friends and family. We’re glad we went because it was a great value for money. How we wish they would have a franchise of Boston Lobster Feast back home, too!
From journal Happy Memories in Orlando
Port St. Lucie, Florida
September 22, 2003
This place is awesome...just don't forget to wear those shorts with the elastic wasteband!
From journal The Sunshine State
August 19, 2003
The line to the food is long but there are not many choices available. Many of the items had run out by 6:30pm. The food was lukewarm and the service was lousy. Mind that you pay attention to the signs about gratuity being added to your bill.
From journal Family Vacation in Orlando
May 22, 2003
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February 11, 2003
From journal Orlando in Winter
January 20, 2003
Save this restaurant for your last night at your resort so you can eat and go back to the resort and relax or take a walk down International Pkwy. or Sand Lake Road. It is not far from Celebration World Resort.
From journal Relaxed Time Away in Florida
Medford, New York
December 26, 2002
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July 5, 2002
From journal One week in Orlando
February 20, 2002
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warwick, Rhode Island
May 5, 2001
It's an all you can eat seafood restaurant, featuring Lobsters.. not warm water lobsters.. new england lobsters.
They have all sorts of seafood, peel and eat shrimp, steamers, stuffies, crab legs, fish n chips, mussels, crab cakes, baked fish, oysters, and more. Oh, and the lobsters!!
They also have some veggies, salads, pastas, chicken, rice, and beef for non-seafood eaters, but I woudn't reccomend going if you don't like seafood.
Price was 27.95 per person, and we had a coupon we found at the hotel for a "free drink" which included cocktails or beer/wine/soda.
The lobster was fabulous.. boiled and served with a side of butter.
The price may seem steep, but I think it's cheaper if you go before 6pm and kids are definitely cheaper.
There are several "all you can eat" lobster places in Orlando, and more than one Boston Lobster feast. Cold water lobster is in my opinion better than warm water lobster, so keep that in mind when you see other lobster feasts that may or may not use New England lobsters.
From journal One Week in Orlando