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STK

1580 East Buena Vista Drive.
Disney Springs
Orlando, FL 32830
(407) 917-7440
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STK, as they like to say...Is not your daddy's steakhouse. 

Each location has a unique design concept that artfully blends the modern steakhouse and a chic lounge into one, offering a dynamic, fine dining experience with the superior quality of a traditional steakhouse. 

STK distinguishes itself by emphasizing the social experience and taking a vibe-driven approach to fine dining. Every venue has a DJ to create an infectious, high-energy atmosphere and the sleek environment is designed to encourage guests to interact and mingle.

Ultimately, STK aims to define the modern dining experience complete with incredible food, world-class service and the perfect ambiance.

Outside of the restaurant can be a little deceiving from what is actually inside. The brick exterior looks more like an old train depot, but once you step inside, it’s all chic and glamour.

On the lower level once you enter, there is a bar and seating area with a very Miami club feel to it, complete with a live DJ and it can get very noisy.

If you venture upstairs, you will find indoor and outdoor seating with excellent views of Disney Springs in a more relaxed setting, and an added bonus with the Landing’s only rooftop dining spot.

Of course steaks are the thing here...everything from Porterhouse, NY Strips, Filets and Ribeyes, but they also have a decent selection of other entrees, sides and apps. 

I was recently invited to check out some classic STK items and a few new items as well, as the restaurant gets ready for summer.

First, we must discuss the bread...this is hands down one of the best breads I’ve had at any steakhouse, and possibly at any restaurant. We have fresh baked doughy pull apart bread covered in Blue Cheese Butter served with a Chive Oil dipping sauce and it is immensely satisfying to eat.

We definitely needed some good libations to wash all the bread down with, so we started with a Cucumber Stiletto made with Ketel One Vodka and a simple Old Fashioned with Basil Hayden’s.

Tuna Tartare is served with fresh tuna, haas avocados, soy honey emulsion and taro chips. We enjoyed this appetizer and the presentation, but it was a tad salty.

The Lil BRG's are so dang cute....but they taste even better because they are made with wagyu beef on a sesame seed bun and topped with caramelized onions, tomatoes and special sauce. These sliders, the house bread and a cocktail or three at STK is all you really need for a good time.

If you want some heat on your tongue, the, Hibachi Chicken will get you fired up. This is served with kale, Brussels sprouts and apple kimchi, butternut squash and a very hot and sweet mixture of gochujang honey.

The 160z. Sirloin was cooked to a perfect medium and was juicy and full of flavor. The Steak at STK really stands by itself, but they offer a variety of sauces, like this one, the Bold Sauce. Other offerings include, Horseradish, Au poivre, Bernaise, Chimichurri and Red Wine.

We sampled a variety of sides that included Asparagus, Jalapeno Cheddar Grits, Sweet Corn Pudding and the Mac & Cheese you see pictured here. The mac & cheese at STK is very rich and very cheesy, it was quite good, but we only lasted a few bites because the cheese mixture was a bit overpowering.

Chilean Sea Bass was exceptional also, with a miso passion fruit glaze, fried baby bok choy, pickled Fresno chili and cilantro.

Dessert was nothing short of awesome, and was way more than we could handle. We were treated to three of the most popular items: Bag-O-Donuts with dulce-de leche filling, Warm Baked Cookie and Chocolate Cake with Cotton Candy, all served with vanilla ice cream.

Scenes from the bar and the bar dining area.

STK is certainly not your daddy’s steakhouse, but I'm sure your daddy, or mommy would approve of the food here. The service and food is top notch, and it is at a higher price point, but that is to be expected for a higher quality steakhouse.

It does get loud inside, and I mean LOUD...where you literally have to shout across the table to each other, but after a few cocktails, some food, and vibing to the music, you get used to it.

STK is open from 11:30 am to 11:00 pm Monday to Wednesday, Thursday to Saturday they are open from 11:30 am to 2:00 am, and from 11 to 11 on Sunday.



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