$28-$130 (for the Australian lobster tail). Sides not included in entree cost.
Shula’s is classier than it is kitschy, though printing the menu on the side of a football and placing it on a kickoff tee in the center of the table is a bit much. We could also do without the rehearsed spiel from the waiters and the pretentious parading of raw beef and live lobster at each table. But if you’ve got deep pockets and you’re in the mood for red meat, Shula’s has you covered.
Setting and Atmosphere
Shula’s feels more like a men’s club than a resort restaurant, but the appeal to conventioneers is obvious: dark woods, even darker lighting, large gilt-framed black-and-white photographs of football players in action, and high prices that get passed on to expense accounts.
In a word, meat—really expensive but very high-quality meat. Only certified Angus beef is served: filet mignon, porterhouse (including a 48-ounce cut), and prime rib.
Barbecued shrimp stuffed with basil, seasonal oysters, 4-pound Maine lobster, catch of the day.
Requires Credit Card to Reserve:
Requires Pre-payment in Full: No
|Type||Discount||Valid Weekdays||Valid Meals|
|Tables in Wonderland||20%||All||All|
Disney Dining Plan
Does not participate
|When to go||Dinner|
|Parking||Valet (free with validation) or hotel lot ($17)|
|Dinner Hours||Daily, 5-11 p.m.|