Greek Salad Deals in Orlando
If you’ve visited or have lived in Orlando long enough, you’re probably well aware that there is a beaten path when it comes to restaurants. And that beaten path is made up of the same ol’ tired and true chain eateries that you can find in just about every other moderately-sized metropolitan area in the greater United States. But what are you supposed to do when you want to go out in the city for an upscale meal with a glass or two of fine wine without breaking the bank? The answer: get off the beaten path, grab this voucher and head over to the Funky Monkey. Right now, you can enjoy distinctive sushi, seafood, American fusion dishes and fine wine at either the Funky Monkey downtown location or their I-Drive locale at Pointe Orlando. But you better be ready to enjoy some vino. The Funky Monkey’s got one of the finest wine selections in all of Orlando. Sip on some vintage Pinot Noir while you take a seat at the bar, or breathe in the essence of an aged Italian Chianti on the outside patio before making up your mind about what to eat. This charming upscale dining experience is all about relaxing into your meal. Once you’re ready to chow down, choose wisely from the bountiful menu. Fried goat cheese, Truffle Scented French Fries, and crab cakes beckon from the starters list. Lighten things up with a garden-fresh salad like the Warm Monkey––chockfull of spinach, blue cheese, candied walnuts, and sautéed mushrooms. Of course, you’ll want to save room for the entrees. Using only the freshest seasonal ingredients from around the local area, the Funky Monkey serves up such treats as parmesan crusted salmon, drunken scallops, and wahoo. But if you’re not feeling the seafood vibe, opt for the bistro steak, lamb rack, or pork tenderloin. You won’t be disappointed. Be advised that the menu does change with the seasons, though. And if you feel like taking a walk on the wild side, make sure to stop in on a weekend night. Every Friday, the Funky Monkey hosts Orlando’s best drag shows! Menu items change frequently. See restrictions for details.
Meat lovers, rejoice! Your ideal deal has arrived direct from meat lovers' heaven, a.k.a. Nelore Churrascaria in Winter Park, an authentic Brazilian steakhouse where the succulent cuts of slow-cooked and perfectly seasoned beef, chicken, and pork arrive in endless savory waves. At Nelore, gauchos roam the dining room, slicing your share of any of the 15 cuts of premier beef, chicken, pork right from their skewers. (World famous Brazilian cheese bread accompanies the steak.) To keep the food coming, just flip your dinner disk to green, and a gaucho will arrive to offer you more. Flip to red and take your time enjoying your meal at your own pace. Start at the extensive salad bar, offering more than 40 hot & cold dishes to complement your dinner, including a few Brazilian specialties.
Why You Should Go: For those of us commitment-phobes, dinner can be a stressful time. Salad? Sushi? Chinese? BBQ? How can we ever decide?! At Hokkaido Seafood Buffet, you can have your sushi and eat your pizza, too, thanks to a delicious mega-buffet that easily solves the what-to-eat-for-dinner conundrum. Why You'll Love It: This mega-buffet is famous for its modern interior design, clean and bright space, and above all, delicious food. The kudos keep coming: they've earned a Trib Total Media's "Readers' Choice Gold Award" for best seafood restaurant, a spot as one of the Post-Gazette's Top 3 Best Buffets and buzz from the Pittsburgh City Paper. What to Eat: Dinner offers 130 different dishes, each beautifully presented and always fresh. Along with dozens of sushi and sashimi options, pick from classic Asian dishes like shrimp dumplings, hot and spicy ribs, curry chicken, lo mein, and more. Plus, they have American fare as well, ranging from corn dogs to stuffed shells to organic salads.
It's only acceptable to sweat in public when eating a spicy Mexican dish, playing sports, or being proposed to on live television. Feel the heat with this Groupon. $20 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Mexican Food and Drinks ($40 Total Value) To start, diners choose from chicken or beef empanadas ($6.99 for an order of five), chicken tortilla soup ($4.99), and trios of carnitas tacos ($5.99). Larger plates include carne asada with rice, beans, salad, and tortillas ($9.99), enchiladas verde ($8.99), and sizzling shrimp fajitas ($10.99).
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