We’re still a few weeks away from the opening of the revamped Planet Hollywood Observatory at Disney Springs, but they’ve released a sneak peek at the new menu.
The revamped menu highlights Planet Hollywood favorites while introducing new dishes from the likes of Chef Guy Fieri. Read more
Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs is undergoing a physical transformation, and word comes that the brand has partnered with celebrity chef Guy Fieri to create a portion of the new menu.
Home to some of Orlando’s best burgers, Oblivion Taproom will debut a new menu this week.
Have no fear faithful eaters…the new menu isn’t all that different. Basically it’s new in that it has new items, not that it’s a whole new menu.
Among the new permanent menu items will be crowd favorite The Hog Wild burger, which is topped with cheddar, caramelized onions, barbecue sauce, a giant onion ring and, putting the “hog” in the title, chopped pork and house-made bacon.
Also new will be a Teriyaki burger, which is marinated in teriyaki sauce and topped with Asian cabbage slaw and wasabi aioli, along with a few new appetizers, and a new dessert.
You can check out the new menu for yourself on Tuesday, July 15, starting at 4pm, when they open. They also have 40 taps of great beers and Orlando’s largest cider collection.
Oblivion Taproom is located at 5101 E. Colonial Dr. For more information, visit obliviontaproom.com.
Olive Garden is offering one free children’s menu item (children under 12) for every adult entree purchased on “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” on Thursday, April 24.
The “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” free kid’s meal coupon will be available at OliveGarden.com. The coupon is valid for lunch and dinner with the purchase of any adult entree.
Olive Garden recently completed the most comprehensive update in the restaurant’s history, adding more than 20 new menu items.
Olive Garden is a division of Darden Restaurants, Inc., which is headquartered here in Orlando.
Last week, Hard Rock Cafe locations across the United States and Europe began serving a host of new offerings and updated fan favorites, including the location at Universal Orlando.
As part of the menu revamp, Hard Rock Cafe added 30 new items and modified 28 existing menu items.
Among the newly added items are three new salads (Grilled Chicken Chop Salad, Grilled Chicken Arugula Salad, Cobb Salad) and three new desserts (House-made Carrot Cake, Molten Lava Cake and Cheesecake with Oreo Cookie Pieces).
Also new to the menu are entrees like the Cowboy Rib eye, a USDA choice 16-ounce, bone-in steak cooked to perfection, served with a choice of two sides, and Smoked Beef Brisket Sandwich, slow-cooked beef brisket, topped with hickory barbecue sauce on a toasted brioche bun. Hard Rock also updated the sides, which allows guests to customize their meals with items such as Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes and Daily Fresh Vegetables.
Beginning today, May 14, Bar Louie will feature 28 new food and beverage items for guests to enjoy. To introduce the new items, all seven Florida Bar Louie locations, including Orlando, will host two events for the public.
On May 15, guests will be able to try any of the new cocktails or wines for free from 6pm to 9pm. Included in the new libations lineup are 10 new wine selections and 9 new handcrafted cocktails, such as the Rat Pack, Ramblin’ Rose and Original Cin Martinis, Mango Mojito and Watermelon Margarita.
The second event, on May 22, will feature the new food items. Guests ordering any of the new food menu items will be able to get another food menu item of equal or lesser value free all day. There are 9 new menu items to try, including Firecracker Flatbread, Blackened Salmon Sliders, Beer Braised Mussels made with local microbrew beer and two breakfast menu items that can be ordered at any time, the Mexican Sunrise and Breakfast Burrito Loco.
Bar Louie Orlando is located at 7335 West Sand Lake Road. Phone is 407-608-5190. Hours are 11am to 2am daily.
After using their Heathrow location as a testing ground, the Stonewood Grill and Tavern has unveiled a new menu for the fall.
I personally haven’t eaten there yet, but every time I drive by the location near the intersection of Dr. Phillips Blvd. and Conroy Rd, the parking lot is always packed. This is the sign of a good place to eat.
Among the items the popular restaurant says they’ve added are a rib eye steak and a Florida Orange cake, a three-layer cake reminiscent of a Dreamsicle frozen dessert.
The Florida-based chain was founded in 1999 and offers a variety of hand-cut steaks and market-fresh seafood cooked over an oak-burning grill.
There are 16 locations in the state, and one that’s escaped to Cary, NC.
For more info on the restaurant and its new menu, visit the Stonewood Grill website.
While at the site, sign up for their free Stonewood Club, which offers recipes, and the occasional coupon.
Have you eaten at Stonewood Grill? How’d you like it?
[Image courtesy of Stonewood Grill]