Beef 'O' Brady’s caters to families and sports fans alike with fresh-grilled eats and draft beers served in a casual dining space featuring wood-paneled walls adorned with sports memorabilia and comfy booth seating. The menu warms stomachs small and large with a collection of Black Angus burgers, 15-inch pizzas baked on a stone hearth, and signature wings served baked or grilled in a variety of two dry rubs and 12 sauces. Twenty-one high-definition TVs continually broadcast live sporting events such as NFL Sunday ticket games indoors while diners can opt to enjoy a meal on the outdoor dining patio. The restaurant also features a private back room for large groups and special events.
Inside Wow Fika—whose name roughly translates to “coffee break” in Swedish—cups of espresso steam atop handmade European wood tables. Though the chefs change up the menu of continental café fare approximately every six weeks, past dishes have included swedish-meatball sandwiches and chicken salad among other comfort-food classics. In addition, a Swedish pastry chef fills the kitchen with sweet confections including traditional Swedish and Romanian cakes and creative ice-cream treats. For catered affairs, Wow Fika's culinary experts can concoct themed prix fixe menus that include all Italian or Greek dishes, or only foods that begin with the letter “Q.”
When things get going at Let's Skate Orlando, it feels like one giant party. Up to 300 people can circle the skating rink at once, fueled by the beats and melodies of bumping tunes. Lights turn the 25,000-square-foot facility into a mosaic of dancing colors, like what happens when you microwave a bunch of markers. In between laps, guests can unwind over hot dogs, pizza, and other snacks at the concession stand. All this makes the rink a go-to spot for birthday celebrations, so unsurprisingly, five party rooms surround the rink, each one done up in a fun, kid-friendly theme such as pirates, princesses, and rock stars.
The Original Cheesesteak House serves authentic Philly-style cheesesteaks and hearty sides in a casual, colorful atmosphere. Sandwich searchers can choose from a menu of cheesesteaks and chicken steaks, served with or without onions and a choice of american, provolone, or whiz cheese. Stick with the original cheese or chicken steak ($7.25 each), or venture into uncharted carnivorous lands with a marinara-laden original pizza steak ($7.50) or a chicken and broccoli cheesesteak ($7.50). Customers can custom-adorn all sammies with a dozen different toppings and finish off feasts with a basket of fries and an icy fountain drink.
The Big Easy serves up a vigorous lineup of Cajun and Creole offerings with a smattering of Southern-barbecue favorites. Those searching the lengthy menu for the restaurant's signature dish can stop at the Bourbon Street stuffed jambalaya, a piquant mix of roasted chicken, shrimp, and andouille sausage packed into a crunchy chicken breast and showered with vidalia sauce ($13.95). Strap on a James Carville-shaped bib for a plate of hickory- barbecue thick-cut ribs, served with a side of coleslaw, collard greens, and challah toast ($14.95). Seafood savorers can dig into the shrimp creole, which rests on a bed of Cajun rice ($13.95). To drink, The Big Easy offers an ambrosial collection of red and white wines ($5.95–$7.95 for a glass), and barley buffs can imbibe Goose Island Honker's Ale or one of several brews on draft ($4.95). This deal is also good towards the restaurant's four-course weekend brunch ($13.95), where diners sip orange/strawberry-blended juice, munch on whole-wheat muffins, and fill up on zesty gumbo, jumbo french toast, and more.
Slinging heaps of hash browns and flipping piles of pancakes are IHOP's signature moves at its more than 1,400 locations throughout America, which serve a slew of breakfast, lunch, and dinner items. Thou shalt give in to the Bacon Temptation omelette ($9.29), a fluffy pancake batter shell commanding delicious compliance of its faction of bacon, cheese, and diced tomatoes. The recently reinstated All-You-Can-Eat-Pancakes (starting at $4.99; limited time only), accompanying a choice of combos such as the Pick-A-Pancake Combo ($8.29), stocks patrons stomach shelves with a never-ending supply of syrupy dough Frisbees. Evanesce into the pot roast melt ($8.29), a tender beef roast with caramelized onions swimming in beef and mushroom gravy and nostalgia. Waistline-watchers can select from a bevy of Simple & Fit options under 600 calories, including the veggie omelette ($8.59), the Simply Chicken sandwich ($7.99), or the house salad ($3.99).