Wakulla Springs Lodge
Easily Wakulla County's oldest restaurant, Wakulla Springs' dining room has been feeding Wakulla County residents and its visitors ever since it first designated as Edward Ball State Park in 1966. Known for its upscale, fine-dining atmosphere, Wakulla Springs serves breakfast and lunch with no interruption, then closes down the dining room from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. to prepare for the evening's dinner service. Wakulla Springs' chef can prepare anything from local seafood classics like fried oysters or shrimp, to other dishes it has become locally famous for such as its fried chicken and prime rib. The restaurant is also well-known for its holiday buffets for Mother's Day, Easter Sunday, Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Year's. Wakulla Springs offers beer and wine and a select dessert menu, and is connected to the lodge and state park.