We brought some out-of-town guests here, which seems to be the law in Florida. The restaurant is inside DeLeon Springs State Park, so you have to pay park admission, which is $6 per car (up to 6 or 8 people, I forget). Park opens at 8am, restaurant at 9am. We arrived at 9:20 and were told it was a 90 minute wait. So we walked around the park and went on the nature trail to kill some time. Once they called us, the waitress explained how everything worked. The meal was fun, and there are 2 kinds of pancake batter, both of which were good. Sides such as bacon are priced separately from the all-you-can-eat pancakes. So, here is a tip - this building is really old, so there is NO air conditioning. Luckily, it was only about 70 degrees out when we went, so that wasn't a problem. If you sit down to eat at 11am in the middle of summer, you'll be sorry. When we left, the wait time was about 3 hours.