Let's face it, finding a place to eat in Orlando can be a trying experience. Certainly there's no lack of pubs, eateries and dining rooms. If ... More
Let's face it, finding a place to eat in Orlando can be a trying experience. Certainly there's no lack of pubs, eateries and dining rooms. If anything, there are too many choices. Chinese? Japanese? Indian? Thai? Mediterranean? Italian? Greek? If your taste buds tire of rich, spicy food, head for some creature comforts over at this all-American spot. From potato skins and Buffalo wing appetizers to sirloin and chicken breast entrees, you'll find all the familiar comfort-food favorites at this lively and comfortable restaurant. All-American apple pie, anyone?
A friend was planning a wedding rehearsal dinner and we went to look at the private party room. The upstairs room with outside deck is fabulous. Management brought up food samples from the menu and the food was out of this world. They could not have been more accomodating and won a signed a contract on the spot. At the wedding I heard over and over again how fabulous the actual event was, especially the food.
Honestly, I've had a great time each of the 9 times I've been there in the past two months of business travel. The wheat bread is just a shot at the manager and staff that had to deal with the owners of my company....sales genius'....who proceeded to get a $30 comp because they didn't have wheat bread. Thanks guys! I'm still learning; but, anyway, always have an excellent time here with great waitstaff and bartenders as well as cooks. See you for lunch.