Why? Progressive Dining at Legacy Village!

You probably know that Legacy Village is the perfect place to stroll and shop, but it’s also the perfect place to stroll and dine. Last week, I enjoyed a progressive meal at Legacy Village, taking advantage of three of their best restaurants.

I started with appetizers at The Capital Grille. The lounge is a great place to kick off your progressive meal with cocktails and appetizers. My favorite cocktail at The Capital Grille is the Blackberry Bourbon Sidecar, with Woodford Reserve, Cointreau, blackberries, fresh lemon juice, and thyme.


My mom got The Bohemian, with Absolut Apeach, mixed berry cordial, champagne, and fresh raspberries.

For my appetizer, I chose the Tuna Tartare, with tuna stacked over fresh avocado with spicy sriracha. So delicious!


Mom had the Lobster and Crab Cakes, served with corn salsa. Meaty, flavorful, and so good!


After our appetizer course, it was a short walk to Wild Mango for entrees. Mom was feeling pretty full already, so she opted for the Spinach Salad, with strawberries, cucumber, goat cheese, sunflower seeds, and strawberry vinaigrette.


I had the Honey-Glazed Sesame Chicken, with dark meat chicken, steamed broccoli, and short grain rice. I would highly recommend this entree!


For dessert, I swapped my dining companion for Jeffrey and we enjoyed the Pure Dark Chocolate fondue at The Melting Pot.


Jeffrey loved dipping all the delicious offerings into the chocolate! Messy, but fun!


I also enjoyed a Chocolate Raspberry Kiss, with Godiva Chocolate Liquor, Chambord, coffee, and whipped cream.


I’ve always wanted to do a progressive dinner and Legacy Village was the perfect spot for it, with lots of restaurant options to suit your tastes, all in close proximity to each other. You can park once, easily reach all your destinations, and enjoy a diverse taste of Legacy Village!

***Disclosure: I have an ongoing relationship with Legacy Village, for which I receive compensation in the form of Legacy Village gift cards. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***


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