Join us weekdays for lunch and enjoy our new “Plates” menu – choose a soup, sandwich and side, all for $18 and served at the speed of
We cordially invite you to join us at The Capital Grille. Whether you're celebrating a special occasion or stopping by after a relaxing round of golf, expect to be wined and dined. Our dry aged steaks have earned high praise from the nation's toughest food critics, and our seafood is flown in fresh from both shores. Our award-winning collection of over 350 wines is an Orlando experience you won't want to miss.
We hope you will join us to dine on classically prepared fare in an atmosphere that is luxurious and relaxed. It would be our pleasure. …
This is the place to entertain your customer. The staff at Capital Grille is top shelf. I took a very important customer group there for dinner and was treated like royalty. We started with the appetizer towers and finished with a wonderful selection of desserts. In between we were treated to perfectly cooked steaks, delicious seafood and a fantastic wine selection. The best part was the satisfaction of the vegetarian in our group. The chef went out of his way to prepare a wonderful meal that he raves about to this day. I have visited several Capital Grille locations but this is by far the best I have encountered. Make sure to make a reservation because they are right across the street from the convention center and get crowded fast.
Certified Angus Beef is the best. The previous post is wrong. Prime is a certification from the federal govt that has to less to do with taste as it does wholesomeness. The beef producers set up the certified angus beef qualifications to ensure that the beef would be certified for quality and taste. CAB is the top 6.5% of all beef produced in the US... higher than govt standards, not less. Do you trust the govt to tell you about meat quality or the producers who take pride in thier product? By the way, Capital Grille does offer a prime Delmonico also. Capital Grille offers great steaks, great service, and the best hospitality towards its guests in the business. Don't just be a snob based on a government classification, trust the professionals and you will not be disappointed.
Disappointed. Nice place but sure was a disappointment. My first question to my waiter was about what he thought the best Prime cut on the menu was. From the look on his face I could tell I asked the wrong question. That's because it turns out they don't serve Prime only Choice. I got a long speech about the dry-aging and how that makes the steak just as good as prime-yea, right. But you'd never know of the inferior grade of beef from the prices-very expensive. The server was overextended. We had a hard time getting attention. Too many other good steak places in town to go back here. Oh, the martinis were good. $12.50 a pop but they were good.
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