Travel Through the Food Diversity of Historic Downtown Sanford

Whether you are a food lover or a world traveler, Historic Downtown Sanford should be the next place you visit. This area is loved by award-winning chefs that have now made Sanford their home.

Chef Nat Russell uses local fresh ingredients at The Tennessee Truffle. At The Old Jailhouse on Palmetto Ave, American classics take on a whole new modern twist.

Experience international flavors as you are transported to Germany by the traditional food and German folk music at Hollerbach’s Willow Tree café or have a taste of island life in Jamaica at Negril Spice. Stop by Zorba’s on 1st street for a quick bite of Mediterranean food. At night make a stop at El Zocalo to taste and enjoy authentic Mexican culture.

Have a unique dining experience by visiting Sanford’s Food Hall, Henry’s Depot. Located on the site of Florida’s first railroads that were run by Henry B. Plant in the late 1800s. This experience is family-friendly that can satisfy even the pickiest eaters. Whether you are in the mood for burgers, pizza, seafood, or if you know someone that is vegetarian. Henry’s Depot is the place to be.