Tasting Room at the Chef's Table
Cuisine: American, Southern
You may have read about the long-lauded Chef's Table at the Edgewater Hotel in Winter Garden. It's sort of a not-that-kept-best-kept-secret. Its $55/per person, three-course dinner is an Orlando... Read More
You may have read about the long-lauded Chef's Table at the Edgewater Hotel in Winter Garden. It's sort of a not-that-kept-best-kept-secret. Its $55/per person, three-course dinner is an Orlando favorite. It's also romantic, in part for its charming, unique and laid-back location (the same could be said of its staff), in "the rest" for its rich, delicious, often Southern-inspired fare. Next door, however, is the Chef's Table's offshoot, a small-plate venue known as the Tasting Room. Here the dishes are smaller – supposedly, anyway, some are exceptionally generous – and made for sharing. And really, what's more romantic than that? Plus, they come from the same exceptional kitchen. Fried green tomatoes to grits, pork belly sliders to duck confit flatbread, you'll want to come back and try them all. Become a happy hour regular and you'll manage in no time.
- Romantic Dining: "On Friday and Saturday nights, live music from 8-11 pm kicks the romance up a notch."
- Best for Romantic Dining Because: Great cocktails, phenomenal food and hey (wink wink) the Tasting Room's in a lovely circa-1927 hotel, as well. That could be romantic, too.