The drive from Mill Creek Farm to the Great Outdoors was a little over 7 miles. Our group of six was seated in a booth that had two side chairs. This was perfect for my wide body as most booths are two small to sit comfortable in. We were given advanced warning about how good the food was because daughter Becky and her husband Nigel had eaten there two times before.
Our appetizer was an order of home made chips with blue cheese. For our main courses we had the Portobello Burger, Shrimp Poor Boy, BLT, ToFu Salad, Fried Green Tomatoes with Grits and a Parmesan Encrusted Grilled Cheese Sandwich with 4 different cheeses. Wow, our table was overflowing with food. Each of these dishes had its own unique flavor profile. For beverages we all had water with lemon. Four of use had ale and cider. I had a pint of hard cider and my wife had a Irish Red Ale along with our friends from California, Mike and Kelly.
Diane was our server. When she came to ask about deserts I told her that restaurant guests needed to be warned about the size of the appetizers and main courses. I said that if you wanted desert you needed to order it first. We were so full we passed on deserts. All and all this was a great end to fun day in central Florida horse country.
Until next time, be safe in the sun and have a great day in the great outdoors.