Goods & Services

Best Little Bit of Old Florida Left in South Orlando 

click to enlarge PHOTO BY ERIN SULLIVAN
  • PHOTO BY Erin Sullivan

Red Hill Groves
3725 S. Conway Road, 800-654-5562,

There was a time when Conway wasn’t known primarily as a suburban community near the airport, but more as the area south of the city that was full of open space and orange groves. Red Hill Groves is one of the last visible references to Conway’s citrusy past. Part fruit stand, part tourist shack, part citrus packing house, this little shop operates from October through May, selling honeybells, grapefruits, navels and other grove-fresh fruits, as well as random novelties (citrus sippers, coconut patties) and fresh-squeezed juices. Oh, and ice cream – just like any farm store worth its salt, Red Hill Groves has soft-serve. But you can’t just settle for a vanilla cone – get your scoop floated in a cup of fresh-squeezed juice. Divine.

(Sorry, no information is currently available for other years in this same award category.)



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