Restaurant Listings
Black Bean Deli
Address1835 E. Colonial Drive
CityOrlando
Phone407-203-0922
Price$
Scott's Review
The decor is modern and youthful, and there is plenty of seating, indoors and out, at real tables. Food is pretty much the same. The Cuban sandwich may be the best one in the state of Florida.... Read more
Black Hammock Fish Camp
Address2316 Black Hammock Fish Camp Road
CityOviedo
Phone407-365-2702
Price$

Black Hammock sits on the shore of Lake Jessup, which has the distinction of being home to the largest number of relocated “nuisance” gators. This is not a place where you want to take a swim. It’s also not a restaurant for you if you’re queasy about fried food. That’s the forte here. You can have frogs legs, various types of fish, or, in a delightful twist, gator tail. Chomp them before they chomp you.

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Black Rock Bar & Grill
Address8965 Conroy Windermere Road
CityOrlando
Phone407-217-7170
Price$$$
Scott's Review
The gimmick is cooking your own food at your table on a 700-degree rock. Bring the kids!... Read more
Black Rooster Taqueria
Address1323 N. Mills Ave.
CityOrlando
Phone407-601-0994
Price$$
Scott's Review
Upscale tacos served in an unassuming atmosphere by a welcoming staff.... Read more
Blue Jacket Grille
Address745 Bennett Road
CityOrlando
Phone407-868-9006
Price$$
Scott's Review
Burgers and sandwiches are the focus of the menu, a baker's dozen of the former and 10 of the latter. From the burger list I chose the Blue Jacket, which seemed to have more toppings than burger. It featured an angus beef patty, cooked nicely to the requested medium rare, topped with three slices of American cheese, four rashers of bacon, and a fried egg, to boot. The egg was a bit overcooked, and the accompanying fries were nothing special, but the rest of the burger was quite enjoyable.... Read more
Boathouse
Address1620 Buena Vista Dr.
CityLake Buena Vista
Phone407-939-DINE
Price$$$$
Scott's Review
I don’t think I’d fully appreciated what a beautiful and elaborate space the Boathouse of Disney Springs is. From its expansive bar, the multiple dining rooms and the satellite open-air lounge that sits over the lagoon, it is a well-polished collection of woods, brass and early-nautical decor – even a full-size vintage Chris Craft boat – with the white tableclothed elegance of a yacht club. I wish the food rose to the same level.... Read more
Bob Marley - A Tribute To Freedom
AddressCityWalk
Universal Orlando
CityOrlando
Phone407-224-3663
Price$$
This oddly named restaurant is a replica of Marley's home in Kingston, Jamaica. The menu has traditional Caribbean fare, such as jerk chicken, oxtail, beef patties and such (no curried goat, however). One taste of the food and you'll understand why Marley is a music legend. Note: after 9 p.m. only adults over 21 admitted. There may be a cover charge for entertainment (usually $7). Food is served only until 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, but the music keeps playing -- and the drinks keep pouring -- until 2 a.m.... Read more
Boheme
Address325 S. Orange Ave.
Grand Bohemian Hotel
CityOrlando
Phone407-581-4700
Price$$$$
Scott's Review

The Boheme has grown into a more consistent fine dining experience but now is trying to position itself as more accessible. Try the Kessler calamari, a silly name for a delicious appetizer, and follow with the lamb duet or the Chilean sea bass. The kitchen also has a way with scallops.

A special treat about dinner here is that most nights there is entertainment in the rotunda just outside the dining room, and the music easily wafts in. If you arrive early, have a seat in the lounge, listen to the music, and enjoy the stories of the affable bartenders.

It should also be noted that the Boheme (and by the way it's pronounced boh-HEEM and not like the name of the Puccini opera) also serves a very nice Sunday jazz brunch.

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