New Orlando Restaurants Open This Fall

From a rustic restaurant at the Ritz and a cool wine bar on I-Drive to a rooftop steakhouse



Highball & Harvest at the Ritz is casual and comfortable

©Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes

Capa Four Seasons
The brand-new Four Seasons Walt Disney World Resort opens Capa at the end of October, where diners can watch the Disney fireworks shows from the 17th floor outdoor patio. The menu includes steak and Spanish specialities served by a world-class chef. (©Four Seasons Walt Disney World)

 

Cooper's Hawk
Cooper's Hawk has just opened a new location at Sand Lake Road and International Drive, giving visitors a little something different along the tourism corridor. The extra-long wine bar features hundreds of bottles for the tasting, the roomy lounge is perfect for grabbing an appetizer, and the dining room serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner. Visitors can also grab and go gift items, snacks and wine from the shop to take back to their rooms. (©Cooper's Hawk)

American Q
This swanky new hotel at Downtown Disney doesn't look like a hotel that typically hosts a barbecue joint, but American Q isn't exactly typical. Here you'll find the best barbecue styles from across the country along with specialties such as grilled oysters on the half shell and salmon with blackberry butter.  (©American Q)

Hamilton's Kitchen
Recalling the days of informal dining by the kitchen hearth, Hamilton's Kitchen at Winter Park's charming Alfond Inn serves traditional Southern cooking with a modern twist. Guests can expect to find local ingredients like citrus, strawberries, corn, tomatoes, beef and Gulf seafood. (©The Alfond Inn)

Harry's Poolside Bar
Harry's Bar is the latest addition to the Rosen family of restaurants and resorts in Orlando. You'll instantly feel like you're on vacation with this indoor-outdoor restaurant serving a fusion of Cuban and Caribbean flavors with live music right by the pool. (©Rosen)  

Highball & Harvest
This fresh new concept from the Ritz-Carlton presents farm-to-table cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. Guests can expect handcrafted cocktails and Southern-inspired comfort food like beef jerky, pork and hash and the shrimp and grits pictured here. (©Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes) 

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