In this week’s Orlando dining news round-up: chef’s dinners, limited menus, and a food crawl. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
Shake Shack is adding two new items to its menu starting June 3. The first is the Bacon CheddarShack Burger. a all natural Angus beef hamburger topped with smoked Niman Ranch bacon and Wisconsin aged cheddar cheese sauce. A single will price at $6.89 and a double will be $9.69.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida will host two Chef’s Night dinners in January 2016, to benefits their Culinary Training Program.
The January 8 installment features Chef Paula Kendrick of The Fresh From Florida Kids hef Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. She will offer a Farm to Fork four-course menu, plus cocktail and appetizer, all featuring ingredients from Florida farms.
Open less than four months, the Four Seasons Resort Orlando has been recognized by AAA with a Five Diamond Award, the highest they offer.
Less than one-third of one percent of AAA Diamond Rated properties receive the prestigious Five Diamond Award designation, and the Four Seasons is the only Orlando resort to achieve this recognition.
“We are humbled to receive this designation and vote of confidence while establishing a loyal following of guests for this exciting destination,” says Thomas Steinhauer, Regional Vice President of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Orlando. “The AAA Five Diamond Award is a true testament not only to the incredible amenities our Resort offers, but to our first-rate team of employees, who go above and beyond every day delivering exceptional guest service.”