While we were in Florida, I took a tour of a popular timeshare and was rewarded with $100 worth of Darden Food Gift Cards. We normally visit Olive Garden when we have gift cards but being in Orlando we felt adventurous and decided to try Bahama Breeze instead. Having fourteen in our party we called ahead to let them know what time we would be arriving. The restaurant staff was very accommodating and were ready for our arrival.
So off we went in two cars. Since there were four families each driver made two trips to take us from the timeshare to Bahama Breeze. There is a driveway but the handicapped entrance is off to the side nearer the rear parking lot.
Once inside we waited in the lobby for the second car to arrive with the rest of our family with the son in the wheelchair floating back and forth to the porch area where he could smoke. Once everyone was at the restaurant we were seated in a double booth area with the tables pushed together so that all fourteen of us could sit together in family style. Even with us throwing off their arrangement with a wheelchair in the party and the need for a high chair, the staff made every effort to make our meal pleasant.
The menu boasted everything from a Cheeseburger that my son, Bill, ate and declared on Facebook to be the best cheeseburger he had ever eaten. This is quite a boast since he is so particular about foods and places I shop for them.
Being a seafood restaurant my daughter and I selected the shrimp linguini with a side salad which I had no problem polishing off. I'm not fond of alfredo sauce but there was just right blend of garlic in the sauce that it was just what the doctor ordered for me.
The rest of the family enjoyed a multitude of selections from the children's menu to a miriad of fish and chicken dishes. Even with all fourteen of us eating the final bill only came to a little over $250. To me that is affordable dining.