Florida Resident Discount

Join us through the end of September to get 25% off your meal and non-alcoholic beverages.
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Back To School Discount!

We’re heading back to school! All faculty and teachers get 35% off their meal and non-alcoholic drinks through the end of September!
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Summer Prix Fixe Menu

Join us for our Summer Prix Fixe Menu throughout the month of September! For 35.00 per person pick between an appetizer, entrée, and alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink. Entrée choices include: Shrimp Pasta, Catfish and Chicken Breast.

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We’ve revamped our Loyalty Program, Levy Preferred! As a rewards member, you’ll earn one point for every dollar you spend at our participating locations. Every 250 points you get, you’ll receive 25 reward dollars to spend on your next visit! Be the first to know about upcoming events, like our Cooking Demonstrations and Wine Dinners, and even get exclusive presale access!

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Join us on Sundays from 11:30am – 3pm and check out our new brunch menu. We’ve got you covered with cheddar bacon frittata, chilaquiles, bloody marys and more!


11 new restaurants to look forward to in 2017

11 new restaurants to look forward to in 2017

If 2016 is any example, 2017 should be another banner year of restaurant openings in Central Florida.

We already have an indication of what’s to come with this list! There’s nearly a handful of new eateries expected in Disney Springs, several local favorites branching out with second locations, some fast casual chains making their way into the area and more.

Paddlefish: After an extensive revamp, this iconic Disney Springs restaurant is set to reopen early 2017. Look forward to outdoor seating, a more upscale nautical aesthetic, new dishes such as tableside lobster guacamole and a “build your own” lobster boil, and previously popular dishes like Florida Stone Crab, Alaska King and Queen crab and lobster corn dogs.

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