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Capa10100 Dream Tree Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32836
One of four restaurants located at Four Seasons Resort at Walt Disney World Resort, Capa is a 17th floor rooftop steakhouse and bar. The Spanish-influenced restaurant offers a romantic dining room setting, and its open kitchen and wood-burning grill allow guests to get close to the action. Those dining on the outdoor patio get to enjoy views of the nightly fireworks.
Christner's Prime Steak & Lobster
Christner’s boasts country-club charm, awards from various local and national media outlets and live music on a regular basis. Its private locker membership caters to the true wine connoisseur, with membership including corking of all bottles and special requests from wine vendors.
There's so much to love about the Orlando-based Kres Chophouse. The prime beef is aged in house and hand cut to order. That's every steakhouse enthusiast's ultimate wish. Also, fresh Florida coastal fish and regional seafood is delivered daily. Now that's every seafood lover's dream.
Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House
A sprawling, showpiece restaurant with bilevel dining, the Orlando location for Del Frisco's is a luxury steakhouse with alfresco dining. The setting is warm, with modern light fixtures matched with mahogany to create a unique atmosphere. Guests may choose from a variety of spectacular dining spaces, including a stunning wine cellar on the top level. It's ideal for hosting memorable dinners.
Morton's The Steakhouse
Most modern steakhouses owe their existence to Morton's, which aptly blends classic steak cuts with contemporary accents in its many offshoots. Guests enjoy such popular features as USDA prime aged ribeye and bone-in veal chops, succulent fish and fresh seafood.
The Palm Restaurant
Italian natives Pio Bozzi and John Ganzi founded The Palm Restaurant as an Italian-focused eatery in New York in 1926. But their vision soon changed when diners demanded steak on the menu, which had them in search for the perfect steaks to serve them. They had to make runs to a nearby butcher's shop until they permanently added them to the menu.
Bull & Bear Steakhouse
The original New York steakhouse targets mostly business diners and those who work in the Wall Street area--with the welcoming and imposing bull and bear sculptors as major focal points of the dining room. The Orlando outpost, of course, draws in a big tourist crowd. It's one of several dining options at Waldorf Astoria Bonnet Creek.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House5 locations in Orlando
Ruth's Chris Steak House boasts chains all over the country and it's known best for USDA prime steaks--from a filet to Porterhouse for two--cooked at 500 degrees. Specialty entrees include Caribbean lobster tail, chicken breast stuffed with garlic herb cheese, and lamb chops served with fresh mint.
Of course there is more to Disney World than animated-characters-coming-to-life attractions. Yachtsman Steakhouse is proof of that. It's located in the Epcot Resort Area, and so popular that advance reservations are highly recommended and can be made up to 180 days prior to your visit.
Orlando’s steakhouses have everything you need to enjoy your time in Florida. Whether you’re craving seafood, steak, cocktails, or sumptuous atmosphere, whether you’re doing business in downtown Orlando or are out on the town on International Drive, make one of Orlando’s best steakhouses part of your night.