The logo sign above the main entrance to the Lakeside Grill at SeaWorld.
The Lakeside Grill restaurant at SeaWorld, Orlando.
Lakeside Grill's main entrance (when it's open). The location is (more often than not) closed on "low attendance" days (Monday - Thursday).
The menu at Lakeside Grill features a couple of Mediterranean themed items that include some hummus, feta, and olives here and there. (Photo, winter 2021.)
There's a 600 gallon fish tank in the wall as you enter the Lakeside Grill... and I have to say... it's pretty cool!
A closer look into the 600 gallon fish tank at Lakeside Grill. You can see the north side dining area in the background, through the tank!
The food ordering, pickup, and payment line in the Lakeside Grill is very spacious and orderly.
The southern side dining area at Lakeside Grill offers a good view of the restaurant's order, pickup and payment line!
Here's another view of the south side dining area at Lakeside Grill. This photo was taken right at the final payment register, so as you get your food and turn around, you'll be able to see right away if there's seating here.
In the middle of Lakeside Grill you'll find some additional napkins and plastic forks and spoons, etc. along with a couple of condiments. The large walkway on the left hand side of this photo, leads to the north side dining area.
The north side dining area might be a little quieter and offers a couple of booth style seating options.
Even though it looks a little smaller, the north side dining area holds the same number of guests as the south side.
The wooden ceiling beams have been painted blue and adorned with... squiggly things... which are intended to make this room feel a little like dining in a fish tank. (It's more effective at night.) This room does offer a great view of the 600 gallon fish tank near the location's entrance.
There are a couple more booth style seating options along side the wall that divides the southern and northern dining rooms. They are cool... but don't forget there's a little step to get in them... and a little step down when you get out of them.
Here's a better view of the step up and down you'll have to traverse while getting in and out of these booth style seats.
The waterfront outdoor seating at Lakeside Grill is along the back of the restaurant.