There are thousands of eating establishments for locals and visitors throughout Florida, and if you are in, and planning on eating out in Sebring Florida, you will have a host of options in this quaint “City on the Circle” as well.
Located a couple of hours south and west of Orlando, Sebring has a published population of about 10,500. Yet we bet that when the Canadian Snowbird migration is under way, the population increases dramatically, from November through the end of March.
That suggests that there will be many more places for eating out in Sebring Florida than the published population warrants. We think it’s true. Word to the wise, then. If you plan on eating our in Sebring between 4 pm and 6:00 pm if the restaurant takes reservations, use that service. If they have a “call ahead” service, which isn’t a reservation, but gets you on “the list”, use that if you can. Otherwise, the popular restaurants might have you waiting upwards of half-an-hour sometimes.
As we enjoy (or sometimes not enjoy) food at the various restaurants in Sebring Florida, we will update this page with our experiences, with restaurants in Sebring listed below in alphabetical order.
Wait times at Sebring restaurants during those hours are nothing like those in Orlando Florida near Disney World where wait times are measured in hours sometimes, if you can avoid the 15-30 minute wait time typical at popular restaurants in Sebring, why not do so? Make a reservation if you can or call ahead, or book online.
Eating Out In and Near Sebring Florida
- Boat in the Moat
- Blue Lagoon Saloon – Sebring Florida
- Bonefish Grill in Lakeland
- Broken Egg Diner – Sebring
- Bufalucca Sports Bar – Sebring Florida
- Caddy Shack Bar ‘n Grill – Sebring Florida
- Chili’s Grill & Bar – Sebring
- Cody’s Roadhouse – Sebring Florida
- Crazy Fish Restaurant – Lake Wales Florida
- Crooked Bass – Babson Park
- Dee’s Place Restaurant
- Dock 633 – Lake Placid Florida
- Don Jose’s – Sebring Florida
- Jimmy’s Greek American
- Mae Lee’s Deli & Catering
- Olive Garden
One more thing, and perhaps a guide to all restaurants. If you expect and wish your patrons to wait outside for a table please restrict the smoking area to somewhere at a distance from the front door. It isn’t unusual for folks waiting to have small children, and they, in particular, shouldn’t have to put up with second hand smoke from thoughtless adults. Smoke if you want! Just try to make sure that while you are that others that don’t want to smoke then don’t have to put up with it, why don’t you?
Your fellow non-smoking restaurant goers – waiting patiently in line to give you our hard earned cash for a hot meal – would appreciate it.
Got a favorite Sebring Florida area restaurant? If so, our visitors want to hear about it. Why not leave a comment, and we’ll check it out and add a page about your favorite eating our experience in and around Sebring? Include photos if you can.