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🙂 = They offer complimentary valet, have high chairs on hand, patio seating, and a variety of non-caffeinated/carbonated drinks.

🙁 = There is no kids menu. The ambiance is not very toddler friendly. The tables are close together so it would be hard to navigate with a carseat or stroller,

Notes: LUNCH: Tuesday – Saturday = 11:30am – 2:30pm. DINNER: Monday – Saturday = 5:30pm – CLOSE. HAPPY HOUR: Monday – Saturday = 4:30pm – 5:30pm.

For the first time, we were able to use OpenTable.com to set up a reservation for this Toddler Foodie adventure at the Ravenous Pig. How exciting is that?! When we walked in, our hostess offered us the option to sit inside or on the patio. We did a quick walkthrough and decided we would likely fare better on the patio. Many of the tables were occupied by large parties, and the bar was full too. We noticed the tables were fairly close together, which would mean the highchair might occasionally get bumped by a food runner or a waitress or a fellow Foodie. So, we chose the patio. In Florida if there’s a patio, ya’ put it to use! This one is covered by an awning and has an umbrella at the table so there was adequate shade.

Yummy biscuits!

Yummy biscuits!

We got off to a good start with the biscuits. They were a good “unofficial” menu option, and for only $5, we couldn’t resist. They came with a creamy house-made butter. I’m gonna go ahead and say the butter took the biscuits to another level. When you get biscuits that come with a side of butter, you think the biscuits are gonna be the star of the show, but in this case, the butter was the star. So, when you’re visiting The Ravenous Pig, go ahead and get the biscuits and then show the butter some love too!

A board of yummy!

A board of yummy!

They do not have a kids’ menu, but it’s pretty clear which dishes a Toddler Foodie can enjoy. For instance, the shrimp and grits may not be the best option as it can be messy, but the tacos were very Toddler-Foodie Friendly. Aside from the delicious biscuits, we ordered the street food board which included mini tuna tacos, summer rolls, and gyros. The spices in the summer roll were too strong for my toddler tastebuds (it came sitting in a chili glaze), but I took a special liking to the tacos and the gyros.

The tacos were the perfect size! The taco was crispy and crunchy, and the tuna inside was soft, chewy, and delicious. The gyros were so tasty that I ate each layer separately starting with the tomatoes and ending with the pita bread. Why? Cuz you’ve gotta savor your gyros! That’s what the Toddler Foodie life is all about!

Toddler Foodie-sized tacos!

Toddler Foodie-sized tacos!

The complimentary valet comes in handy as it is in a fairly busy section of town. Street parking fills up quickly. There’s sidewalk space on both sides of the street in case you want to take a stroll after your meal.

They are listed on OpenTable so you can make a reservation online, and it’s really easy. Pay close attention to the hours before you head over because they are only open on Mondays for Happy Hour and dinner, and they closed for a few hours between lunch and happy hour Tuesday-Saturday (see notes above). Also, we recommend packing some snacks and activities as the restaurant does not provide either. Finally, a little birdie also told us they have a cookbook for sale on their website!

1234 N Orange Ave

Winter Park, FL 32789

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