We’ve have breakfasted a few times at the Village Inn Sebring Florida.
Unbeknownst to us at the time, this what feels like a small town eatery turns out to be part of a fairly large chain with restaurants in many U.S. states, including Alaska.
From their website we read “Since 1958, guests have visited Village Inn because they know they will enjoy great-tasting food and extra-friendly service in a clean and comfortable family environment. Our breakfast heritage is based on made-from-scratch buttermilk pancakes, eggs cooked any-style and a pot of hot coffee on every table. ”
Service is good, breakfasts are decent, though both times we’ve eaten there the “hash browns” have been served cool to cold. Odd that, since they are supposed to have come off a hot grill.
Portions are ample, and if you have a sweet tooth, enjoy their wonderful pies for dessert anytime. Or, if you visit Wednesday later in the afternoon, take advantage of their “Free Pie” promo.
I cannot comment on their lunch or dish menus or meals as we’ve only had breakfasts. Certainly, the menu offers a broad range of options.
Village Inn Sebring Florida
3101 U.S. 27 South
Sebring, FL 33870
Website: Village Inn Sebring Florida