Choose from Four Options
$55 for a steakhouse dinner for two, valid Sunday or Tuesday–Thursday ($110 value)
- Two caesar or baby-lettuce salads
- Two entrees
- Two glasses of wine
$59 for the above steakhouse dinner for two, valid any day ($110 value)
$109 for a steakhouse dinner for four, valid Sunday or Tuesday–Thursday ($218 value)
- Four caesar or baby-lettuce salads
- Four entrees
- One bottle of wine
$115 for the above steakhouse dinner for four, valid any day ($218 value)
Cavendish & Ross
Massimo Fedozzi, the new chef at Cavendish & Ross, is taking the helm as the restaurant transitions from a traditional steakhouse to a neighborhood Italian restaurant and chophouse. Fedozzi has over 30 years of experience and has won several awards at his previous restaurants on Long Island and in Florida, including several AAA Four Diamonds, multiple three-star ratings from both Mobil and the New York Times, and a three-and-a-half star rating from Newsday. In addition, he was named "One of the Top Twenty Chefs in Central Florida_ by Restaurant Forum.
The newly-updated menu at Cavendish & Ross features a wide variety of Italian cuisine. The menu starts with such appetizers as crab cakes with tomato compote, cucumber slaw, and chipotle honey, or Bruschetta OTB, which comes with mozzarella, balsamic tomatoes, and olive tapenade on grilled ciabatta bread. Entrees range from Italian favorites, such as fettuccine or lasagna Bolognese, to grilled, grass-fed New York strip steak or the grilled Duroc pork chop. Cavendish & Ross's signature burger is an eight-ounce blend with brie cheese, caramelized onions, and hickory-smoked bacon served on ciabatta bread with hand-cut fries and a pickle. Desserts at C&R include flourless chocolate cake and tiramisu.