So, you're coming into town for the big car meet? Don't act like you don't want to indulge on some savory local fare...and you should. Here's some delicious options of variety with different price ranges that we spotted. Which should we choose to try? Will you join us?
See you on the road
- @AaronVaccar, '16 @AutoLifeTour pilot
Hash House A Go Go
1.) Hash House A Go Go
"We are proud to have been serving up Twisted Farm Food for 12 years, and can't wait to feed you again."
Price range: $11-30
AutoLife staff picks: "Famous One Pound Stuffed Burgers", "Hash House Chicken & Biscuits", "Chili Crusted Indiana Maple Leaf Farm Duck Breasts", and "Andy's Famous Bread Pudding" for dessert.
Location: 5350 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819
2.) Giordano's Pizza
"The recipe for Giordano's now-famous stuffed pizza is one that has evolved over 200 years."
Price range: $10-25
AutoLife staff picks: "The Special Stuffed Deep Dish", "Toasted Ravioli", and "S'mores Pizza" for dessert
Location: 6203 Sand Lake Rd, Orlando, FL 32819
4 Ribers Smokehouse
3.) 4 Rivers Smokehouse
"BBQ restaurant that features all of your southern comfort food favorites from pulled pork to fried okra."
Price range: $8-20
AutoLife staff picks: "4R Style Burnt Ends", "Brontosaurus Beef Rib", "Southern Pulled Pork, and "Wedge O' Carrot Cake" for dessert.
Location: 1600 W Fairbanks Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789
Tin Roof Orlando
4.) Tin Roof Orlando
"Live music joint where everybody is somebody – just a laid-back atmosphere where you can kick back and have a good time."
Price range: $11-22
AutoLife staff picks: "The Smashville" burger, "Kentucky Fried Catfish", "O-Eye Mac & Cheese", and "El Chango Burracho" for dessert.
Location: 8371 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819