846 W. Osceola St. Clermont, FL 34711

Lilly's on the Lake Social Media Guidelines

At Lilly's on the Lake we believe in open communication and you are encouraged to tell the world about your work and share your passion. In order to avoid any problems or misunderstandings, we have come up with a few guidelines to provide helpful and practical advice for you when operating on the Internet as an identifiable employee of Lilly's on the Lake and its brand.

  • When you discuss Lilly's on the Lake related matters on the internet, you must identify yourself with your name and, when relevant, your role at LOTL . You must make clear that you are speaking for yourself and not for the company. You can use a disclaimer like "The postings on this site are my own and do not necessarily represent the position, strategy or opinions of the LOTL". Please always write in the first person and don't use your company email address for private communications. And please consider that even anonymous postings on Wikipedia can be traced back to the company.

  • You are personally responsible for the content you publish on blogs, wikis or any other form of user­‐generated media. Please remember that the internet never forgets. This means everything you publish will be visible to the world for a very, very long time. Common sense is a huge factor here. If you are about to publish something that makes you even the slightest bit uncomfortable, review. If you are still unsure and it is related to Lilly's on the Lake, talk to your manager.

  • Just because information is on the internal network (like Hot Schedules), it is not ok to let the rest of the world know about it. If an item features the sentence "for internal use only" then that is exactly what it means and it is absolutely not meant to be forwarded to anyone who is not employed by LOTL. No exceptions. Messages from the owner/managers to all employees are not meant for the media.

  • You have signed a confidentiality agreement and you are expected to follow it. Please act responsibly with the information you are entrusted with.

  • You have signed a confidentiality agreement and you are expected to follow it. Please act responsibly with the information you are entrusted with.

  • Do not comment on work­‐related legal matters unless you are an official spokesperson, and have the legal approval by LOTL to do so. In addition, talking about revenues, future products, pricing decisions, unannounced financial results or similar matters will get you, the company or both into serious trouble. Stay away from discussing financial topics and predictions of future performance at all costs.

  • Don't use ethnic slurs, personal insults, obscenity, or engage in any conduct that would not be acceptable in the LOTL workplace. You should also show proper consideration for others privacy and for topics that may be considered objectionable or inflammatory (like religion or politics).

  • Think about consequences. So, please remember: Using your public voice to trash or embarrass your employer, your guest, your co­‐workers or even yourself can be cause for termination.

  • Please respect copyright

  • Be aware that others will associate you with your employer when you identify yourself as such. Please ensure that your Facebook, Linked­‐in, Xing or MySpace profile and related content is consistent with how you wish to present yourself with co­‐workers and others.

  • Even if you act with the best intentions, you must remember that anything you put out there about LOTL can potentially harm the company. This goes for all internal media as well, like the intranet or any newsletters sent out. As soon as you act on the company's behalf by distributing information, you are upholding the company's image. Please act responsibly. If in doubt, please contact a manager before you hit the send button.

Please note that all material whether published in print, such as a newspaper, website or any social media site is subject to public view and if false or misleading may be considered injurious to the reputation of the business. Due to reckless comment made on Facebook, Twitter or other social media channels, Lilly’s on the Lake may consider pursuing a defamation lawsuit against the insulting party. Through a libel lawsuit, they may be able to recover compensation for the damages that they have sustained.



Private Room Rates
*Alcohol & Food & Drinks not included

Lilly’s on the Lake Hours of Operation

Sunday-Wednesday 11am-9pm
Thursday 11am-10pm
Friday & Saturday 11am-11pm

Private Meeting Room-Seats: 41

$250 per/hour

Available times:

Monday-Thursday 11am-4:30pm & 8:30pm-10pm
Friday 11am-12pm & 2pm-4pm $750
Saturday & Sunday 2pm-4pm & 11am-12am $1500

Main Dining, Private Meeting Room & 1?2 Patio-Seats: 96 | $1250

Monday-Thursday 1pm-4:30pm & 8:30pm-10pm
(Inside only and 1/2 the patio)

Entire Restaurant, Inside/Outside/Private Green Space, Bar-Seats 157 | $5000

Monday-Thursday 8am-12pm, 1pm-4pm & 8:30pm-10pm


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**The restaurant is open for private after hours functions, special rates apply.
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