Great food and service...I would highly recommend this spot. It is like a downtown Ravenous Pig. A++
Not expensive and great service. I took colleagues there for a quick lunch. The soups and salads first rate. Service was very quick.
Had pre-Eagles concert dinner and service was fun, knowledgeable and sensitive to our time limitations. Food was fun, unique and delicious. Celebrated bday with an amazing chocolate confection that had a combo of pudding-like concoction, with a crumbled graham cracker crust and flambe meringue dots on top. Server said it also had a list of liquors in the recipe. I... More
Had the soup of the day and the onion rings as starters. Onion rings were huge and display was awesome. Soup was perfect. Chose the 55 burger which wasn't the best one I have eaten but still good enough not to complain. It was lacking something that would've made it special. Gourmet burger, but not extraordinary.
Ate there before attending a Michael Buble concert. Both the meal and concert were outstanding. We had 5:30 reservations and were seated immediately. By 6:30 the place was full. Their craft beer selection was excellent and I enjoyed our waiter’s recommendation. Our appetizer was Haystack Fries which were delicious along with the three dipping sauces. I had the goulash and... More
So happy we found this place one night while going to a concert Downtown, Orlando. We started with a glass of wine and a root beer, beer! Then we went to the Haystack fries as an app (love the 3 dipping sauces). My husband got the "55" burger and I got the Crudite salad with pears, goat cheese and walnuts... More
We went to Orlando for a concert and the hotel suggested the Rusty Spoon for dinner. It was walking distance and at a great downtown location. We arrived a little early at 4:30 and learned dinner didn't start until 5. We sat at the bar and had a couple drinks and learned it was happy hour! $2 beers! Yeah! Wait... More
Lovely atmosphere, photos of farm animals. Clams in butter sauce appetizer very tasty. The haystack potatoes are outstanding and it's a HUGE serving. I had fish and chips. Suggest a larger plate, because dealing with the fish (also quite tasty) on such a small plate with that huge pile of chips was awkward.
I'm on a business trip in Orlando this week and this is my second dinner in town. First one was at Bonos in Downtown Disney, which was terrible. Dinner at the Rusty Spoon more than made up for that disappointment. It was, to put it simply, delicious! Sat at the bar and the bartender, Kenny, made me feel so welcome.... More
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