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Citrus Club


255 S Orange Ave
Suite 1800
Orlando, FL 32801
(407) 843-1080
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Located on the 18th floor of the Citrus Center in downtown Orlando, Citrus Club is illuminated by breathtaking views of the city’s sprawling legal and business district. 

Every area within the Club, including the cocktail lounge, formal dining room, casual dining space and six private rooms, offers an absolutely stunning view.

Among the lavish, elegant and sophisticated atmosphere, the experienced, dedicated staff is devoted to providing excellent cuisine, superior, personalized service and exceptional attention to detail in every facet of what they have to offer at the Citrus Club.

Beyond the luxurious amenities, it is the intangible qualities that distinguish Citrus Club as a foremost Orlando social club – a sense of belonging and the opportunities to foster long lasting friendships and build beneficial professional relationships. These are all attributes that make Citrus Club a welcoming haven from the busy pace of everyday life

Citrus Club offers world class fine dining, impeccably complemented by stunning views of the magnificent Orlando skyline and Lake Eola. Guests can enjoy an exquisite meal prepared by a renowned culinary team that includes head Chef Reiner Drygala in the main formal dining room, or in one of many private dining rooms that are perfect for private dinner parties and other special occasions.

The Hubbard Dining Room offers fine dining in Orlando at its absolute best and features a picturesque view of Orlando’s beautiful downtown skyline. The Hubbard Dining Room is also available for à la carte lunch service from 11am to 2pm Monday to Friday. In addition, on Mondays they have a member buffet featuring a chef attended salad, soup and sandwich bar and on Fridays, they have a Seafood Tapas Buffet.

Recently, We got to try out some new seasonal menu items as well as some classics served up by Chef Reiner Drygala at Citrus Club. Everything was phenomenal and we had a wonderful time, so here are some highlights of the evening.

Baked Chevre with Red Wine Balsamic, Marinara, Fresh Pesto and Crostini was simply delicious.

The Ahi Tuna Tartar with Avocado, Red Onion, Cilantro, Picked Ginger Seaweed Salad, Yuzu Emulsion and finished with Sweet Soy and a Wonton Crisp was refreshing and tasty.

This was a very interesting Avocado Crab Salad made with an Avocado stuffed with Lump Crab Salad and served on Balsamic Field Greens.

Pan Seared Scallops were served with Red Pepper and Spinach, Parsnip Potato Puree and an Orange and Carrot Butter Sauce that made this dish extraordinary.

The Bone in Chicken Breast was served with Spinach and Mushrooms tossed with hand made Sweet Potato Gnocchi and Sun Dried Tomato Pesto. Chef Reiner gets the Gnocchi delivered to him from DeRomo’s gourmet market and restaurant in Bonita Springs.

I’m not a huge fan of cooked Salmon, but this Chipotle Bourbon Glazed Salmon with a Prima Donna Gouda Grit Cake and sauteed Swiss Chard was ridiculously delicious. Such great flavor all over, and of course, I love grit cakes anywhere I can get them, and a Gouda grit cake sent this dish over the top.

The Asian Noodle Tofu Bowl with stir fried vegetables, rice vermicelli, tofu, lemon ginger broth bean sprouts and basil was also very flavorful and refreshing.

The star of the show was the Rosemary Crusted Lamb Rack with Truffle Potato Foam, Asparagus and a Red Wine Demi Glace. The red wine demi glace helped to bring the dish together and mute any gamey flavors of the lamb.

Citrus Club has their very own in house pastry chef, and that is a job chef Reiner is happy to give up. The dessert portion of the evening did not disappoint. Up first was the Chocolate Cake with Dark Chocolate Mousse, Salted Dulce de Leche ganache center, Rich Chocolate Cake and Caramelized Coca Cola Nib Toffee and it was amazing.

The Bailey's White Chocolate Cheesecake with a Chocolate Salted Cookie Crust topped with Mascarpone Mousse was our second dessert for the evening and it was rich, fabulous, and delicious.

Reservations are preferred in the Hubbard Dining Room, or Members can enjoy the privilege of walk-in capability on a first-come, first-serve basis. When it comes to fine restaurants in Orlando, it simply gets no better than Citrus Club.

If you are In the mood to relax and enjoy a casual meal and a good drink, the warm and inviting Club Lounge is a cocktail lounge that gives every generation of Citrus Club Members a comfortable, more informal environment to unwind and enjoy good company, complete with a welcoming bar and big-screen digital television tucked in the corner.

In the Club Lounge, Members can enjoy an all day dining menu from the bar, as well as fresh, complimentary coffee and tea. In addition, Members can also partake in a delicious Continental and American style breakfast buffet.

Whether you need a relaxing getaway or a high tech conference center and a business friendly environment, Citrus Club has you covered. 

They are open on Monday from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm,Tuesday to Thursday from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm, Friday from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm, and Saturday the club is open from 5:30 pm until 11:00 pm. Citrus Club is closed on Sunday.

Go to http://www.clubcorp.com/Clubs/Citrus-Club/Membership to find out more about becoming a memeber.



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American Social is Coming to Orlando

7335 W Sand Lake Rd
Ste 101
Orlando, FL 32819


American Social Bar & Kitchen (AmSo), the upscale sports lounge and restaurant that originated in South Florida has announced the debut of a fourth location in Orlando, Florida. 

The 9,406 square-foot space, formerly known as Bar Louie, is part of the Rialto plaza located on Orlando’s famed “Restaurant Row.” Positioned in the prestigious Dr. Phillips area just minutes from the bustling I-Drive and Orange County Convention Center, the space will undergo an extensive, $2.7M beautification and build-out with help of United General Contracting, led by John Mijares. 

The new space will debut as the fourth pillar to the successful restaurant series that pays tribute to classic Americana style. The original “AmSo” (as loyal patrons refer) located on Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale will celebrate its sixth anniversary this June, and the new flagship location in Downtown Tampa will commemorate its first year this October closely followed by the fourth anniversary of the Downtown Brickell location in Miami. 

American Social Orlando will keep with its good time, entertainment-for-all reputation with more than 300 indoor and outdoor seats, a sweeping patio, four bars and one VIP bar for private parties. Helmed by restaurateurs Rick Mijares and Paul Greenberg, American Social is known for its extensive selection of local and national craft beers, lively happy hours and award-winning menu items.

“The addition of our fourth location in Orlando, one of the most visited cities in the world thanks to year round sunny weather, unique attractions and a high quality of life, is truly special for American Social,” said Rick Mijares. “With our ability to offer both full restaurant and bar service and special events in addition to off-site catering, American Social’s culinary versatility and attention to detail will be unmatched in Central Florida.” 

Family is at the core of American Social. Rick’s mother, Laurie Mijares spearheads the interior design for all AMSO locations while Rick’s father, Tony Mijares, continues his integral role in the restaurant’s financial, legal and corporate growth since its inception in 2011. 

The team’s tireless efforts are not confined within the walls of the three successful locations, but reach far and wide through a new community that rallies around the patriotic concept, which pays tribute to classic Americana.

Rick Mijares and Greenberg anticipate hiring approximately 125 new team members to help execute the restaurant’s brunch, lunch and dinner service on a weekly basis. The new location is conveniently located 15 minutes from Orlando International Airport, Walt Disney World and downtown Orlando. 

American Social is characterized by its classic American comfort food, a wide selection of craft beers on draft, curated list of cocktails and wines. 

The restaurant’s portfolio of prestigious awards includes 2014, 2015 and 2016 South Beach Wine and Food Festival’s “Best Bite on the Beach,” Zagat award-winning Chicken and Waffles dish, and winner of the OBIES: A Taste of South Florida’s “People’s Choice Award.” 

The restaurant has three locations including 721 E. Las Olas Blvd. in Ft. Lauderdale, FL; 690 S.W. First Court in Miami, FL; 601 S. Harbour Island Blvd. in Tampa, FL; and a fourth coming soon to 7335 West Sand Lake Road in Orlando, FL.

For more information, visit www.americansocialbar.com.

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DeVine Wine and Grill


15 Alafaya Woods Blvd 
117, Oviedo, FL 32765
(407) 359-5016
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Devine Wine & Grill was originally started in 2015 by two UCF grads Mike DiAlexander and Kale Bernath. They envisioned an American tapas style eatery in Oviedo with a selection of fine wines and craft cocktails with a menu put together by Chef Michael Sorensen.

Fast forward to 2017 and the establishment had a grand re-opening with new owners Shawna and Nate Simms. Not long after the ownership change, a chef change was also put into the mix with Chef Stephen Montalvo.

At DeVine Wine & Grill, they take pride in making everything from scratch, and try to hand make as much as possible. From desserts to charcuterie the “foodie philosophy” starts with using the freshest seasonal ingredients from local farms, while presenting them in unique and interesting ways that offers something everyone can enjoy.

Chef Stephen has put together quite a menu that is perfect for the tapas style food to be shared and enjoyed with wine. They have a great selection of small and shareable plates like crab cakes, octopus, flatbreads, Ahi Tuna and fondue. If you require something more, they have that as well, with pan roasted chicken, bronzino, salmon, filet medallions and even a roasted duck

Of course the Wine portion here is highlighted by the interactive Enomatic Wine Machines. The extensive and unique wine selection here is available by the glass, the bottle, and through the cutting edge Enomatic wine dispensing machines. DeVine Wine & Grill’s goal is to serve rare but approachable wine from all regions of the world.

The establishment also features a full liquor bar, craft beers, specialty cocktails, and a unique and extensive wine portfolio. With a contemporary menu design, polished restaurant, and a team of hospitality experts, they are looking to raise the dining experience in Oviedo.


The Enomatic Wine Machines are the first thing to catch your eye upon entry to Devine Wine & Grill. They have a large variety of wines available to sample from the machine, and by the glass or bottle as well. 

If wine is not your thing, they serve up some fine cocktails and craft brews here as well. The Gardener's Gimlet on the left features Rosemary infused gin, Pomegranate Simple Syrup, Tonic, Lemonade and fresh squeezed lime. A classic Old Fashioned is on the right.

The Grilled Octopus is served in pool of Extra Virgin Olive Oil and features fennel, onion, capers and micro dill. The flavor and texture of this Octopus was pretty amazing, I’d say it’s in my top 5.

We Really enjoyed the Fried Green Tomatoes also with a Panko breading, greens and a datil mayo sauce over the top. 

This was quite simply amazing, and one of the better Steak Frites I've had in quite some time with hand cut Truffle Parmesan fries, a perfectly grilled and tender filet with a side of balsamic ketchup.

The Truffle Mac and Cheese at DeVine is pretty amazing as well. This is a large portion, that is great to share and is listed on the menu under accompaniment section. This is not to be missed when you visit here. 

I’m a sucker for good Bronzino, and it is not readily available in Central Florida for some odd reason, but the Bronzino with truffle white bean puree, escolar salad, and lemon garlic aioli was quite phenomenal at Devine Wine & Grill.

At DeVine they are always striving to create a memorable experience for every guest and they aim to excite your taste buds as well as educate your palate and mind. Chef Stephen has put together a fine menu of eclectic and seasonal foods that are designed to be shared and create a modern spin on the traditional upscale dining experience all year-round.

They serve brunch on Sunday with bottomless Mimosas, Sangria and Bloody Mary’s with a changing menu of made from scratch specialty breakfast items. Happy hour is daily, Tuesday through Saturday from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm with $3 glasses of house wine, $3 sangria, $3 well liquors, $1 off draft beer.

Devine Wine & Grill is open from Tuesday to Thursday from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Friday and Saturday they are open from 3:00 pm to 11 pm, and Sunday Brunch is served from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

DeVine Wine & Grill Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
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World Of Beer Launches New Menu Items

431 E Central Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32801
(407) 270-5541
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In addition to 500 craft beers and 50 rotating taps daily, WOB is once again adding some seasonal change to the menu with a variety of delicious food that pairs perfectly to whatever you’re drinking at the moment.

With so many beers on tap and in the cooler, a menu of tasty tavern fare that’s crafted to go perfectly with beer is just the what the doctor ordered. Whether you’re a beer master or just beer curious, the knowledgeable staff at WOB is always available to guide you through every last pint, pour, and pairing.

Speaking of pairings, WOB now offers craft and custom cocktails on the menu as well. Everything from an Old Fashioned, Martini’s, Mule’s and Margaritas are available. WOB has a respect for the craft that extends beyond brewers to celebrate distillers and wine makers now too. They have put together a menu of select spirits and wines, and added their own twist on the world’s best cocktails.

Just like WOB strives to bring you the best in craft beer, the same goes for the food. From shareables like Artisan Sausage Board, signature German Pretzel and Sriracha Lime Tacos to juicy burgers, the menu here is crafted to pair perfectly with beer. Because beer tastes better with food.



The Pineapple Ginger Punch is on the left and a Cucumber Martini is in the right from the Cocktails Menu, both were pretty tasty.

The Giant Bavarian Pretzel is always a good item to grab at WOB and it is served with stone ground mustard and Beer cheese. Pair this with a Pale Lager of your choice.

Mac and Cheese Bites feature spicy pepper jack mac & cheese hand rolled in herb panko crumbs and fried to a crisp and served with a side Sriracha lime aioli. Pair this with a Brown Ale.

The Wobb Cobb is a tower of spring greens, roasted corn, mozzarella, applewood smoked bacon, tomatoes, hard boiled eggs, grilled chicken and avocado tossed with house made Greek vinaigrette and drizzled with chipotle BBQ and topped with Tortilla crisps. Enjoy this with a Blonde Ale.

Bibimbap is a new addition to the WOB menu that is made with Spicy Gochujang marinated steak, sauteed mushrooms, cucumbers, shredded carrots, kimchi, scallions and is topped with a sunny side egg served over jasmine rice. Pair this with Amber Ales.

World Of Beer Downtown Orlando is open from Monday to Wednesday from 11am to 1am, Thursday to Saturday from 11am to 2am, Sunday they open at 11am and close at 1am.

They also serve “Beerunch” on Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 3pm.

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Fish Camp on Lake Eustis


901 Lake Shore Blvd.
Tavares, FL 32778
(352) 742-4400
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The Fish Camp on Lake Eustis is a newer restaurant to the area, that is serving up some pretty darn good seafood in a hospitable atmosphere that is directly on the lake. 

The locals are flocking to this new hotspot, but even if you live in Orlando or any surrounding areas, this place is certainly worth the drive, especially for a Friday night or a weekend visit.

The exterior is pretty low key, but that's a good thing, because they do a fine job of selling the whole fish camp vibe. Many patrons have snapped photos of gators resting dockside, wild birds, eagles, owls, you name it, can be seen on a daily basis from the docks surrounding Fish Camp.

People who live on Lake Eustis, or are out on a weekend fishing trip or a nature tour can easily pull right up to the boat slips they have outside and go inside the restaurant to grab a bite to eat and a drink or two.

The food served here is very seafood and fish oriented, hence the name. The appetizer list starts off with items like Middle Neck Clams, Grouper Nuggets, Old Bay Crab Cake and Groveland Gator Bites. Moving on to entrees, they have Shrimp Scampi over linguini, Grouper Tacos, Shrimp and Grits, Seafood Trio and a Pineapple Marinated Sirloin to name a few.


The Bar is nice and cozy at Fish Camp with a laid back atmosphere.

Speaking of the bar, I was very pleased to find out that Fish Camp is very dedicated to not only local food sourcing, but also working with local distilleries as well. We did sample and try some very good spirits from Palm Ridge Reserve and Yalaha Bootlegging Co., both of whom are located in Umatilla and Yalaha Florida.

The inside dining room is very spacious with plenty of seating, and they also have a nice outside deck area to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature during your visit.

We started our evening off with Swamp Cabbage Ceviche that is made with fish and shrimp with lime, roasted corn, hearts of palm, red onion and tomato and is served with homemade tortillas. The flavors going on in this appetizer were pretty impressive with a perfect blend of citrus and spice, and the housemade tortillas really made this dish excell. Everyone has their own interpretation of Ceviche, and I personally really enjoyed this version.

The drinks at Fish Camp are pretty impressive as well, and they don’t skimp on the ingredients either. On the left is the Unhinged Anhinga Mojito and The Grand Ol' Osprey old fashioned on the right.

Gator Bites can be tough, chewy, or just plain not enjoyable, so when you find some really good ones, it is required to eat every last bite, and that is exactly what we did. The Groveland Gator Bites are breaded pieces of Gator Tail, fried and served with Sriracha Garlic Aioli and a Pineapple Salsa Cruda. These were delicious.

The Seafood Trio Tavares is a great way to sample a few things while dining at the Fish Camp. This dish comes with butterflied shrimp, grilled fish of your choice, and a crab cake over a dijon sauce with two sides. We chose blackened grouper for the fish. All of this was phenomenal, and the crab cake here has as much crab as possible with almost no fillers. Everything was fresh and full of flavor, and the dijon sauce went very well with all of the selections plated.

They have a variety of sides available here also like Linguini, Wilted Kale, Shaved Brussels Sprouts, Sweet Potato Fries, Corn on the cob, Bacon Cheddar Grits, Salt & Pepper Fries, Side Salad and Hush Puppies. We chose to sample the Bacon Cheddar Grits, Wilted Kale and the Shaved Brussels Sprouts and all of them were quite tasty side selections and really a notch above what one might find at a traditional fish camp type of restaurant. 

A Redneck Margarita made with Yalaha Bootlegging Moonshine is on the left, and a splash of Palmridge whiskey on the rocks is on the right.

I have been to some rather famous locations on Florida’s West Coast and have had some pretty darn good grouper, so I'm always impartial when it comes to grouper, but this is hands down some of the freshest and tastiest grouper that I have had from Orlando to Clearwater. These Fried Grouper Tacos were excellent. They are served with a light drizzle of chili crema and topped with Pico de Gallo salsa. You can order them fried, blackened, or grilled.

The Bacon Caramel Cheesecake is pretty ridiculous at Fish Camp. This little slice of heaven is worth the drive over there all by itself. This is a sweet and savory dessert that was a perfect ending to a great visit The Fish Camp in Lake Eustis.

The Fish Camp on Lake Eustis is a great place to enjoy some fine seafood, craft cocktails, and warm and friendly service, all with a view and a location that is unmatched in the area. If you are a local, make sure you hit them up. If you live in Orlando like I do, It is certainly worth the drive.

They also have a few specials throughout the week like Maryland Mondays with a Baltimore-style Blue Crab Feast Old Bay Crab Cake Dinner with Two Sides for $9.99, Soft Shell Crabs 6.99 per 1lb and a Snow Crab Dinner for $19.99

Raw Bar Wednesdays start with Fresh Oysters raw or steamed Middleneck Clams for $6/Dozen and Oysters $9.99/Dozen as well as a Pound of Peel n Eat Shrimp for $10.99.

Thirsty Thursdays feature $1.99 Margaritas and Martinis with dinner from 4pm to close, Fish Friday is Every Friday with All You Can Eat Fish N’ Chips.

They recently started doing a weekend brunch special as well, which would make for a great start to your day of fishing or sightseeing on Lake Eustis.

Fish Camp is open Monday to Thursday from 11:00am until 9:00pm and on Friday and Saturday from 11:00am until 10:00pm.

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The Whiskey


7563 W Sand Lake Rd.
Orlando, FL 32819
(407) 930-6517
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The Whiskey has become quite the hot spot since it’s opening in mid 2015. 

Sadly with so many restaurants that have opened in Orlando since that time, It took us a while to make it out there, but fear not, we did go and we did it up big. 

When we first arrived, I thought the spot looked familiar, and that is because this use to be the location for the now defunct Cricketers Pub & Eatery. Cricketer’s was a bit larger than a hole in the wall with a very basic layout. Some of the design themes from the original location are still in tact, which really work fine with what the Whiskey’s design team has imagined.

Once inside, there is one long bar that runs across the left wall with a view of the open kitchen. A small stage is toward the back, with a few rows of wooden tables across the back wall and a hand full of larger communal style tables in the middle. Seating can be limited as this is set up like a tight narrow hallway, with a first come first serve basis and you may be eating or drinking at one of the big long tables. 

The food here is very chef driven, even if they do specialize in burgers. The culinary team is always striving to put out plates that are visually stunning while offering an elevated twist. The Whiskey uses fresh and local ingredients from the eggs and produce, to the grass fed game meats to the hormone & range free chicken and organic produce.

Burgers here, are a big thing. They take pride in their burgers here, and the results and myriad of awards speak for themselves. The burgers are large and packed with flavor and a variety of toppings that are cooked to your liking. Want something different than beef? No problem, as The Whiskey has Bison, Elk, Camel, Wild Boar and Wild caught sockeye as well as a burger topped with a 20 hour smoked beef brisket.

They make some pretty mean salads here too, and have great side options and a variety of starters to choose from as well. The Whiskey Onion Rings and the Parmesan Truffle fries are not to be missed. You can order them seperate or upgrade them as a side item for your burger.

Of course, The Whiskey would not be it’s namesake without that great old time alcoholic beverage known as whiskey. They boast a whopping selection of over 200 kinds of Whiskey, Bourbon, Scotch and Rye.

The official count is something like...85 Whiskeys & Rye, 66 Bourbons, 52 Scotches, 21 Irish Whiskeys and 10 Rare & Limited bottles. They serve it by the shot, and as mixer in a variety of cocktails. Shots go from a couple of bucks all the up to over $32.00 for a shot and over $75.00 for a regular serving. They do serve beer and have a few other spirits available as well.



Fridays and Saturdays are always packed at the Whiskey. Seating is first come first serve, as they do not take reservations, and you can see that this isn’t the biggest restaurant on Restaurant Row.

The Motley Cucumber on the left made with Damrak Gin and an Old Fashioned with Old Forester 100 proof bourbon on the right. The Old Forester was very smooth with full flavor and a spicy note. The Motley Cucumber is great and refreshing if Whiskey is not your thing.

Whiskey Chips are great for the whole table, and they are a crowd pleaser. These house cooked kettle chips are piled high with Gorgonzola cream, crumbled Gorgonzola, chopped bourbon bacon, aged balsamic glaze and scallions.

The Fried Mushrooms were pretty tasty also and were enough to share with our group. They were pretty simple with a crispy beer batter and served with a side of ranch.

Bear Gully Reserve is on the left, and it is made by local distillery, Winter Park Distilling Company. The Black Forest with Rebel Yell Ginger and Godiva Chocolate is on the right.

The Pork Belly Sliders with crispy pork belly, fried green tomatoes, house pimiento cheese and balsamic glaze on sweet Hawaiian rolls were out of this world. I would go back to The Whiskey just for these awesome little creations.

I love a good Bison burger, and they are becoming hard to find in Orlando, but the
Drunk Bison burger at The Whiskey is pretty damn good. This is a grass fed ground bison patty with beer cheddar cheese sauce, bourbon bacon, whiskey onion rings, served on a pretzel roll...and it's amazing. Of course we upgraded to the Parmesan Truffle Fries as well, and they were equally amazing.


The Texas Mule made with Tito’s vodka and The Rocky Mountain Dram made with Tincup Whiskey on the right.

One of the most popular burger choices at The Whiskey is of course, The Whiskey Burger. This comes topped with smoked Gouda cheese, bourbon bacon, whiskey onions and a dill aioli. This burger, as with all burgers served here are big and more than a mouthful.

The Whiskey has some great salad selections on the menu, like this Whiskey Cobb Salad. This is loaded with Grilled chicken, chopped bourbon bacon, tomatoes, Gorgonzola crumbles, sunny egg, house pickled cucumbers and a lemon balsamic vinaigrette. They have a Steak & Bleu salad if you want beef in a salad, a Pickled Beet salad, and a classic Caesar on the menu that can all be served by themselves, or with a choice of protein.

We visited The Whiskey on a Friday night, and it was packed. Like I said earlier, this place on the weekends, especially after dark gets going and the crowds fill up fast, and they do not take reservations. If you end up sitting close to the stage, be prepared to literally shout at your server and leave with a mild case of tinnitus.

Having said that, we still really enjoyed The Whiskey. All of the food was really good, and my Bison Burger was superb. There is a reason they are often in the top of any best burger competitions in Orlando. All of the whiskey cocktails, regular cocktails and shots of the premium stuff were great also. Just be careful, a few whiskey’s, a few cocktails and few burgers will set you back a bit.

The average burger price is around $15.00 and the apps start at around $10.00. Most cocktails start at over $10.00 and shots or tastes of various whiskey’s go from a couple of bucks to over $30.00, and it adds up fast. They do have happy hour specials Monday thru Friday from 4 pm to 7 pm and there is a decent amount of appetizers and a burger for a discounted price. 

The Whiskey is open Monday to Sunday from 11:00 am until 2:00 am.

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