The best way to capture a wild, rampaging meal is to hook it with a gigantic pasta lasso. Test your throwin' arm with today's deal: for $20, you get $40 worth of drinks and upscale Italian fare at Juliana's in College Park.
Under the command of chef Carl Cherkaoui, Juliana's kitchen delights diners with an elegant, Italocentric menu. Quiet stomach rumblings and tooth tantrums with a roasted-garlic portobello-mushroom starter ($9) with baby spinach and roasted red peppers, or start leafily with the imperial roughage of a classic Caesar salad ($5). Carnivores can pounce on rigatoni with spicy sausage and meatballs ($15), while angel-hair primavera ($12) collected from old-timey angel barbershops thrills mouths meatlessly with its combination of fresh vegetables, garlic, olive oil, and tomato brodetto. Pastaphobes can opt for entrees such as crab-crusted grouper ($22) and grilled N.Y. strip steak ($26), the latter of which works in concert with caramelized onions, gorgonzola, and whipped potatoes.
An extensive wine list with numerous selections by the glass ensures that guests are always equipped for ostentatious toast-making and impromptu splash fights. Like Buckingham Palace's famous Silly Hat Tuesdays, the restaurant is sophisticated without being stuffy, providing diners with a refined but relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy their savory selections.
Not valid on calendar holidays or for special events.
- I have been patronizing Julianna's for years and even had my wedding reception there. The food - from the bread to the salads to the appetizers (try the bruscetta!) to the main courses are phenomenal. – katandgeorgej, Citysearch
- it was wonderful. The food was delicious, the atmosphere lovely and the wait staff very attentive. The chef even came out to check on diners' food – lmix, Citysearch
At Juliana’s Orlando, head chef Carl Cherkaoui adds a dash of detail to his Italian cuisine with his thorough mind for sauces, spices, and herbs—a passion he developed while studying the culinary arts in Morocco, France, and Germany. His globally informed flavors grace house specialties such as pesto salmon served over spinach cous-cous and veal scallopini marsala presented on top of angel hair pasta. And in the eatery’s main dining room, he and his waitstaff encourage diners to sip Italian and Californian wines amid the glow of a fireplace that someday hopes to be promoted to oven.
2306 Edgewater Dr.
Orlando, Florida 32804Get Directions