Walt Disney World Resort, Disney Springs, The Landing
Featuring The Landing’s only rooftop dining space overlooking the water, the massive STK—part of a growing international chain—aims to bring sexy to the Orlando steakhouse scene. The steaks aren’t cheap, but they’re excellent, particularly the fork-tender porterhouse. Try to get a seat upstairs, though, so you don’t have to shout over your meal. Reservations are available on STK's website.
Setting and Atmosphere
The turreted brick exterior, intended to evoke a turn-of-the-century train station, couldn’t be more different from the inside. A lower level houses a bar and seating area with a Las Vegas/ Miami-ultralounge feel, complete with DJ and lots of noise. The quieter, less-glitzy upstairs has both indoor and outdoor seating, the latter with fantastic views of Disney Springs. The turret contains even more seating.
Duh—steaks, from a $28 skirt steak to a $98, 32-ounce porterhouse and market-priced Wagyu beef. Sides include an indulgent mac and cheese, creamed spinach (natch), and Parmesan-truffle fries.
“Lil’BRG” sliders, grilled octopus, crispy rock shrimp, upmarket beef short ribs with horseradish cream, and signature cocktails such as the strawberry cobbler (Belvedere vodka with muddled strawberries and a “rim” of graham cracker crumbs) and the Secret Affair (Purity vodka with lime, watermelon, and a rim of Tajín chili powder).
Requires Credit Card to Reserve:
Requires Pre-payment in Full: No
Disney Dining Plan
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