Rub Shoulders With Celebrities at The Palm Orlando

(Photo provided courtesy of The Palm)

By: Lucie Hys

If you’re looking for a five-star quality restaurant in Orlando, The Palm should be on the top of your list.  This elegant hot spot located in the trendy Hard Rock Resort is where the celebrities dine and wine at. Last month you could rub there the shoulders with the Harry Potter cast members, bump into Richard Gere (of Pretty Woman and Chicago) or admire the unmatched hairdo of Conan O’ Brien.

What’s really sensational at The Palm though is the food. The steaks are amazing (practically melted in my mouth) and the lobster was the best I’ve ever had.  Though best known for its steaks and lobster, The Palm’s menu includes a variety of other seafood and salads. Btw. the sides, especially the potatoes au gratin, are to die for.

At this point, you may start feeling really full and may be tempted to skip a dessert…not a good idea. Get it to go, unbutton your pants, do whatever you have to do but do not skip the dessert! journeyPod ordered New York style cheesecake and it truly did arrive in style! The cheesecake served at The Palm is flown every day from a bakery in Brooklyn!

Without a doubt, The Palm deserves its five star rating.  The wine inventory is impressive, the portions are generous, and the service is unobtrusive and on the top of everything.

If you are looking for a cherry to put on the top of your Orlando treat that you will remember for years to come, dine and wine at The Palm.

For more Orlando luxury travel tips, check out our Orlando Luxury Travel for Adults article!


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