Lake Mary Florida is an amazing place, and like all amazing places, it as an impressive variety of restaurants. Eating out is a lot more fun and intriguing when your options are varied, and of course, well-guided. Learn more about a few must try out restaurants in Lake Mary FL.


Specialty: Seafood;Steakhouse; Predominantly American dishes
Hours Open: 4:30pm-10:30pm (Monday-Thursday & Sunday
Location: 7005 County Road 46 A, Lake Mary, FL 32746
Average Cost/meal: $70 sharing
Signature Dishes: Jalapeño Crab Dip & Chips; Shrimp Tempura; Yum Yum

An ideally serene and casual eating place with a variety of meal options to spice up any occasion, Fishbones is worth every mouthful. Recently the focus of stinging criticism over deteriorating standards, Fishbones is an evolving enterprise which has managed to maintain the dignity of its name. While it is accepted that no two dinners are ever the same, one can’t help but feel that the proprietors of Fishbones are making a conscious effort every day. Look out for the B.Y.O.B (bring your own bottle), Wifi, private dining, and the relaxing outdoor seating.

Papa Murphy’s Pizza

Specialty: Fast food, pizza
Hours open: 11:00am-8:30pm
Location:3801 West Lake Mary Boulevard, FL 32746
Average cost/meal:$8-$10 for 2
Signature dishes: D.I.Y pizza (thin crust and awesome sauce) and excellent vegetarian choices.

My first encounter with Papa Murphy’s Pizza was initially consternation mixed with awe, how could you sell me pizza I have to heat at home? Well, the idea behind it is simple: pizza
is best-served ember HOT. All it takes is 10 minutes of oven time, and you have a fresh, steamy pizza ready for your indulgence.

Firehouse Subs

Specialty: Sandwiches and light on-the-go meals
Hours open: Lunch-dinner
Location: 3587 Lake Emma Road, Lake Mary, FL 32746
Average cost/meal: $10 for 2
Signature dishes: Club On a Sub; New York Steamer; Engineer and the Firehouse Hero (good quality roast beef, smoked turkey breast, Virginia honey ham, and melted provolone)

This is a splendid place to order a light but wholesome meal. What one battles to resist is the manner in which the chefs combine different toppings and accessory sauces in one meal, like roast beef, smoked turkey, provolone, and, honey! Not the perfect mix of sophistication and class, but it undoubtedly exudes an air of unorthodox tradition that seems to resonate in their food.

Finding an ideal place to eat out is not something you should do blindly. It is hoped that this review shed some light on what’s out there.