Dinner Nightly August 25th – October 12th
$35 Each Guest
Tax & Gratuity Not Included
Please NO Sharing or Substitutions

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beet salad
Toasted Almonds, Herb Goat Cheese, Pea Tendrils, Roasted Fennel, Pickled Shallots, Citrus Vinaigrette

Feta Cheese, Peppadew, Spicy Buttermilk Dressing

Tasso Ham, Ford’s Cheddar, Prosciutto, Pickled Vegetables, Breadsticks

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half roasted chicken
Anson Mills Stone Ground Gouda Grits, Roasted Baby Carrots

House-Cut French Fries, Béarnaise

bucatini carbonara*
House Cured Pancetta, English Peas, Garlic Cream Sauce, Coddled Egg, Parmesan

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rum raisin bread pudding
Pineapple Compote, Bourbon Caramel, Mascarpone Glaze

key lime bar
Crème Anglaise, Grilled Mango, Candied Lime Zest, Chili Powder

Executive Chef: Jacob Woolf
Sous Chef: Joseph Testani
Sous Chef: Risson Medina
Sommelier: Leslie Johnson

*consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase 
your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions.*

Two recipients have been chosen for this year's Visit Orlando's Magical Dining Month.   
During this program local restaurant members 
donate $1 from each meal served to:


Freedom Ride, a non-profit 501(c) 3 volunteer-based organization built on the conviction that we are not bound by our physical limitations. Freedom Ride is dedicated to enriching the lives and experiences of children and adults with disabilities in the Central Florida area through therapeutic horseback riding and related activities.  As the first Premier Accredited PATH facility in Central Florida in the heart of Orlando, Freedom Ride reaches out to individuals with disabilities and makes a dramatic impact on their lives and their families.  With a team of loyal horses, PATH International Certified Instructors, Equine Specialists and trained volunteers, Freedom Ride provides therapeutic horseback riding to children and adults with disabilities....cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, autism, developmental delay, attention deficit disorder, deafness and many emotional and learning disabilities. 


Our mission is to provide a year-round series of programs for children and families facing the challenge of living with cancer, and other life-threatening, hematology related illnesses.  Since 1982, we have served Central Florida children and families, BASE Camp has strived to help with the day- to-day challenges that children and families face. It is our goal to be a consistent presence that families can rely on. We support our families long-term, throughout their journey.  These devastating illnesses affect the entire family, not just the patient. When a child is diagnosed for example, their siblings often feel anxiety or fear that they too may become ill. Siblings sometimes feel guilty, because they can still participate in their favorite sports and activities. Siblings can also express jealousy, because the “sick child” is receiving more of mom or dad’s time and attention.  The “well child” is often overwhelmed trying to cope with the serious illness of a sibling.  Our goal is to help the patient to heal, and to help and support the siblings in their pain and suffering also.  BASE Camp understands these issues and provides a monthly program where siblings along with the patient enjoy activities together. Our activities allow the sibling to accompany the patient; if the patient is not able to attend the activity, the sibling is encouraged to attend.

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