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Your Opinion Matters on Sebring, Avon Park, Lake Placid restaurants!


In Your Opinion....

What is your favorite LOCALLY OWNED place in Highlands County is to grab lunch? There are so many choices, I know! But there has to be at least ONE that you find yourself going to more often than others. is going to be doing another poll next week involving restaurants. The restaurant with the most votes, gets to be featured on!

So leave us a comment down below telling us the name of your favorite lunch spot!

If you'd like, you can include your favorite meal and maybe give someone else some inspiration to try new something new!


The top four will be listed in next weeks poll!


Don't have a favorite lunch spot? Good news is that there are a lot of great places around town. Go try one out and tell us what you think!



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Sherry B 12 Months ago Reply

Glenda Jeans in Lake Placid....delicious breakfast and lunch

Heartland Rural Health Network/ iMAD Program 12 Months ago Reply

CB's Smokehouse on the circle is a great place to eat. Delicious BBQ

Rebecca B 12 Months ago Reply

Good News Cafe in Lake Placid is a great place to eat.

Jacqueline C 12 Months ago Reply

Cang Tong is my fav!

Beth T 12 Months ago Reply

Is the restaurant by the racetrack locally owned? 

Heather D 12 Months ago Reply

I went to Sandhill grill the other day for the first time and it was really good. 

Jen J 12 Months ago Reply


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Robin S 12 Months ago Reply

The best lunch spot in Sebring is Faded. 

Monique B 12 Months ago Reply

Can it be in Avon Park? If so...Taqueria Merlo.

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