Just like the iconic dining at the Waldorf=Astoria New York, the Orlando branch of this famous hotel has its fair share of top-notch bars and restaurants. Peacock Alley is a classy affair with its carved wooden bar, comfy couches and grand piano; a good spot for aperitifs and cocktails. Sir Harry's is a big city lounge with a sort of private club, even masculine feel, thanks to an abundance of dark leather. While the original Peacock Alley was the place to be back in the day, the New York branch of Sir Harry's is famous for being the birthplace of many classic cocktails we enjoy today.
Casual dining is found at Oscar's, a contemporary all-American brasserie that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. For alfresco dining by the pool, Aquamarine has got salads, flatbread pizzas and the signature Waldorf Astoria hamburger on the menu. The Clubhouse Grille is open for lunch for those teeing up on the golf course.
The highlight of dining at the Waldorf Astoria Orlando is the award-winning Bull & Bear, a classic steakhouse and heaven on earth for carnivores. Like Sir Harry's, this à la carte restaurant also has a very masculine, private members' club ambiance with its cosy, dark interior. It was the first restaurant in Florida to serve Certified Angus Beef brand Prime and Natural cuts. Open daily for dinner, a meal at the Bull & Bear really is a treat!