Cold weather calls for comfort food, and for
those of us lucky enough to find ourselves choosing somewhere to eat along
there’s no shortage of delicious, scratch
made, good old fashioned comfort food, to
choose from. If you find yourself craving a plate of delicious home cooking,
grab your comfiest clothes and head to one of these dining spots on I-Drive!
1. Mia’s Italian Kitchen
An entire restaurant inspired by the owner's
grandmother from Naples, Italy; boasting a menu of authentic Italian favorites
that are each created using only easy, simple, raw ingredients… it’s no wonder
that Mia’s Italian Kitchen
makes the list when it comes to drool-worthy comfort food. Whether it is a
piping hot bowl of Mia’s Minestrone, a heaping plate of spaghetti and
meatballs, or a slice of lasagna - if Italian food is your go-to for comfort
food, Mia’s will become your favorite place to get home-cooked food away from
2. Hash House a Go Go
Breakfast for breakfast, lunch, brunch, and
dinner… if you’re a member of the breakfast anytime club, you’ll appreciate the
farm fresh twist on your breakfast favorites at Hash House a Go Go
. On their menu you’ll find fun food options that pull from the experiences of
farm fresh agriculture, and old recipes with a twist. If twisted farm food
wasn’t on your “comfort food” list before, it sure will be after you visit Hash
House a Go Go.
Order up one of their Johnny’s Famous B.L.T
Marys or another creative cocktail from their extensive beverage menu, as you
wait for your delicious meal to arrive. Whether you’re
sticking with the breakfast mainstays like eggs, bacon, and huge HH pancakes,
you’re cutting into Andy’s World Famous Sage Fried Chicken and Waffles, or
you’re scooping into one of their famous Meatloaf meals - come hungry and we’re
sure you’ll leave happy.
For some, comfort food is best paired with an
ice cold beer and classic rock music; if it sounds like we’re speaking your
language, Yard House Orlando
is the spot for you!
This upscale eatery has taken your childhood
favorites and elevated them to a whole new level. But, don’t take our word for
it, check out some of their menu favorites:
Mac & Cheese: Bacon,
chicken, cremini, shiitake & oyster mushrooms, truffle oil, parmesan, panko
cheddar crust. (They also offer an equally delicious Vegetarian Mac and Cheese
Grilled Cheese & Tomato Bisque: Cheddar, bleu cheese, swiss,
fontina, roasted tomatoes, artisan bread.
Beef Dip: Swiss, horseradish aïoli, french bread, au jus, fries.
Garlic Noodles: Shiitake mushrooms, garlic, parmesan, chives.
Jumbo Bavarian Pretzel: House IPA white cheddar beer
cheese, horseradish mustard.
Onion Ring Tower: beer-battered, parmesan, chipotle
ranch, buttermilk ranch.
maybe a juicy burger with all the fixings, or fried chicken sandwich will do
the trick. Whatever flavor you’re craving, YardHouse has ample options. See
their full menu here.
amazing menu items that are fit for any foodie, and an extensive option of
brews on tap; we’re sure you’ll find the perfect flavor combination to satisfy
your comfort food craving on a cold day.
pizza doesn’t cross your mind when you think comfort food, that’s fine; but
chances are it does, and pizza from Giordano’s Pizza
is sure to hit all the
you’ll find thin crust, hand-tossed pizza options, baked sandwich favorites,
and buttered and smothered drool-worthy starters; but, if you’re really looking
to go big or go home for your comfort meal, their famous stuffed deep dish
pizza is the way to go!
here’s the story: It’s creation began in a small town near Torino, Italy by
Mama Giordano, who was famous around town for her delicious cooking creations,
but most of all, her beloved, “Italian Easter Pie.” The famous pie was a
double-crusted, cheese stuffed masterpiece for special occasions- and is now
the famous deep dish pie that you can get from Giordano’s pizza anytime the
your fillings and order up this delicious favorite that has brought smiles to
millions of happy customers over the last 40 plus years.