There was a great article in the newspaper today regarding eating on the road. For the Orlando area, this is what they said:
"Travel north from Orlando to Jacksonville for a trail of fresh seafood and beautiful scenery. Go east, along Highway 50, and discover the rock shrimp at Dixie Crossroads (dixiecrossroads.com) in the coastal town of Titusville, just a stone's throw from the Kennedy Space Center. Continue up Interstate 95 to New Smyrna Beach and stop at JB's Fish Camp (jbsfishcamp.com) which offers river-fresh blue crabs to devour on a deck overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway. Thirty-five miles northwest is DeLeon Springs State Park, a recreation area with a unique restaurant: the Old Spanish Sugar Mill. On griddles built into the center of each table, patrons fry up their own pancakes using batter brought by the staff. More fun can be found northeast, just off I-95 in St. Augustine, home to Saltwater Cowboys (saltwatercowboys.com). Resembling a sprawling campsite, it has an array of dishes from baby back ribs to breaded alligator tail, along with sunset views over the area's marshland. Head north, just east of Jacksonville, and you're back in shrimp country. After polishing off a plate of the beauties at Singleton's Seafood Shack, you'll face a tough dessert decision: key lime or peanut butter pie?"
These sounded very interesting to me, and I will be sure to check them out next time I'm driving around Central Florida.
Has anyone tried any of these places?