Seafood: Lee & Rick's opened in 1950 and was the first restaurant of its kind in Orlando. Save a couple of seafood-heavy, Louisiana-style joints around town, it could be argued that it's still the only one. Whether you're a fan or not (the place has MANY fans) few would disagree it's in a class by itself. Lee & Rick's famous shucking bar – an 80-foot slab of concrete where customers belly up for the show as mountains of fresh oysters are opened, served, slurped and swallowed, their shells often tossed unceremoniously into a trough behind the bar – is where the action is. Why? Where else can you can get a massive bucket of bivalves and a beer for under $25? Reviews on the rest of the menu, the loud, rock-laden jukebox and the overall appearance of the place are often mixed, but for the oyster lovers, little else matters.
- Insider Tips
- Seafood Dinners
- Oysters - Take Out
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