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About Permanently Closed - Cask and Larder
This restaurant is permanently closed.
Feast on creative, southern-style seasonal fare at Cask & Larder. Its warm and homey setting is great for enjoying a meal with the entire family. Cask & Larder owners, as well as chefs, James and Julie Petrakis opened its doors to create a welcoming neighborhood spot for guests to feast on food made from scratch. This restaurant offers appetizers like rock shrimp, southern ramen with miso pork and spicy turnips or goat tamales. An entrée of catfish with a bacon-malt aioli, quail with a sausage and apple stuffing or crab spaghetti will satisfy the palate.
Cask & Larder was named One of the Best New Restaurants in America 2014 by Esquire Magazine. It crafts its own beer on site and offers other beverages to pair with meals. This restaurant hosts events throughout the year and caters private celebrations.
Winter Park, 32789-5005
Southern, American, Brewery
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Sunday at 5:00
Saturdays & Sundays 10:30-3:00
BAR HAPPY HOUR
Daily from 4:00-6:00
$30 and under
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Our sister restaurant, Swine & Sons, offers full-service catering. They can be reached at 407.63.7601 or check out their website at www.swineandsons.com
James & Julie Petrakis
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Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Cask and Larder - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
I fell in love with this place as soon as our server toured us through the menu. The food is incredible and unique. Coming from San Francisco, we are often spoiled with the options we have to choose from. I was incredibly impressed to discover this gem in Winter Park. It's a refreshing change from the doldrums of Orlando while you're traveling on business.
Definitely one of the new best restaurants in the Orlando area. Very happy to have an establishment around here like this, Orlando has too many damn chain restaurants. This is the type of food you'd expect to find in Charleston, SC. Just straight delicious southern cuisine. They have a happy hour that includes $3.50 pints of their house brews. $1 oysters, which are typically Hog Islands. The last time I came here was for their brunch. My fiancee got the chicken and cornbread waffles. And I got the Crispy oysters and sausage. Mine was served with a coddled egg (very very gently poached egg) over a bed of rice pirloo and accompanied with a tomato gravy. I could write a lot more, but I'm limited here. Look for my review on Yelp!
The food was amazing and the beer was better then great. I took my father to this place not thinking much of the location. I instantly knew this was the place to be when I saw the smile on my dads face, as he was amazed at the decor and the home brewed beer. The food as my dad says was amazing and he will be going to this location with his group of friends for now on.
The waiter was well versed on the menu and was attentive to our needs. The food is not only pretty to look at but is delicious as well. Cask and larder brings the basic food groups to a whole other level of yumminess- from the presentation, colors, textures, and flavors of the meal!!
All of our food was fantastic. Our group of three tried several of the starter courses, each had an entree and shared several desserts, all of which were unique and very good. The craft beers are all brewed in house, and the two I tried were quite good. I'll definitely go back.
Have dined at C&L before, and quite enjoyed. My friend had the blackened catfish and I had the Nashville chicken, both of which were very tasty but a little overseasoned. We had the pimento cheese and the lobster corn dogs to start, both of which were too delicious for their own good. I love their bourbon selection, and service had been very good (although we did have to wait for a table even though we reserved).
Having been fans of the Ravenous Pig since its opening, this was our first visit to Cask & Larder. We were NOT disappointed and enjoyed a wonderful evening out with excellent service from Adam, great food from the kitchen and an overall memorable experience. Thanks Cask & Larder.
If we hadn't eaten at Southern Yardbird in Miami our expectations wouldn't had been so high. Once you taste what southern gourmet can taste like, Cask & Larder fell short. They were sold out of our first 2 choices at 7:30?? We went there to specifically try Nashville Hot Chicken & Lobster lollipop oh well not happening. We had the shrimp & grits they were served with small shrimps not large with heads on and a small portion of grits. Tasted good not great. Hanger steak, crusted oysters, pork sandwich, ham sampler, Mac & cheese were all good again not outstanding. The one real standout were the crispy Brussels sprouts.
We ended with a selection of desserts that were all nicely presented.
This is our go-to place for late night eating after watching a play at the Orlando Shakespeare Theater! Food is excellent. Scene is trendy and vibrant. We had the ice cream sandwiches for the first time on our recent trip and I can't believe I haven't tried it before and missed those opportunities!! Absolutely delicious, perfect for sharing with another since the order comes with 2 sandwiches! My husband always gets the beer flight and enjoys the selection every time. BBQ chicken is a regular choice for me and I can never finish it (but my husband always does for me!) It's the biggest portion ever!
This is one of our faves that we will keep coming back to. Fresh, new menu items. They use local food and beverages. We LOVE the craft beers. So many unique items to try. It is recommended to make a reservation, which we usually do just in case nothing is available in the bar (which is our preference).
Beer Flight - all brewed in house & amazing
Bake shop on a Board appetizer - delicious... Especially the macaron
Brunch - some of the best brunch we've ever had
Overall - An accessible foodie brunch spot that won't break the bank. We plan on coming back for dinner.
We were in Orlando for the weekend and found stories about the chefs and their other restaurant. We weren't able to make it to the other restaurant for dinner, so we decided to go to Cask for brunch before leaving town. The restaurant was amazing! Great food and great service, would definitely go back and have already recommended to my Orlando friends. Wish we lived closer and could make it our regular Sunday spot.
the food is wonderful but it is not cheep. the flavors are spot on even down to the fries but you will pay for this quality. there are a few places in orlando with high quality food such as this and you can pay even more but it is on the upper end of the cost range. i feel the food is worth every penny. you can bring children but it may not be fair to them or the other guest
It was a difficult task, deciding what to choose to eat from the menu! Everything sounded amazing. We were not disappointed with our choices, Redeye Hanger Steak and the Hot Chicken. Both entrees were delicious! And while it's hardly an inexpensive restaurant, you get a great value for the quality and presentation of the food you are served.
Updated and fresh Southern cuisine and microbrewery. Located in a new, modern, high-ceilinged commercial building - the interior has the aspect of a film set as you can look up to see girders and ventilation ducts, while you're surrounded by old-looking red brick walls and white-painted wooden booths and trellises. Divided into sections, we were seated in a quieter dining room, while there are a darker-themed private dining room and pub area on the other side. Service was extremely friendly and attentive, the atmosphere (for a Valentine's Day meal) was suitably romantic. We enjoyed a few appetizers - the heirloom tomato concassée and okra were standouts - as well as the catfish for mains. Menu varies seasonally, but the preparation is excellent. Worth the drive from downtown Orlando, where we were staying for a conference. Only downside is the front outdoor terrace looks onto a rather busy road; a quieter "back garden" area away from traffic would have been nice.
We went on the night before Valentines Day, having the price fixe special. We were excited, as this is the first time we have been back in 4 months, and we LOVE the Ravenous Pig! First off, our server gave us each others beers (they were both dark and she reversed them), which we ended up liking the one we got better anyhow. We enjoyed the appetizer course, (bibb salad and crab toast). The entrees were a little disappointing, the trout was cooked perfectly, but seem ill paired with the cabbage and apple, the taste just didn't gel well. The shrimp and grits included small shrimp, and while tasty was a very small portion, which disappointed my husband. Each course was delivered to the opposite person, all in all kinda disappointing....
A few days ago we visited cask and Larder. It has a very relaxed atmosphere. The service was excellent, prompt and very courteous.The "Shrimp and Grits' were fantastic, our friends were delighted with their dish. This was followed by some scrumptious desserts. The place is outstanding. We are planning a return in the near future.
Although not located in Orlando, about 1/2 hour drive, well worth it and nice escape from the theme parks and chain restaurants. Food is unique and wonderful. Brew their own beers and you an even seat a larger party in their private dining area where they store the beer.
We were in town visiting from New England and happened upon this spot. We drove past and thought, we HAVE to go there. We were right.. it awesome. They brew there own beer and it is awesome. I left wishing I could have tried more food and stayed and hung out longer. The only downfall, in my humble opinion, was that the bbq fries left something to be desired. Next time we are in town we hope to try Ravenous Pig!
Last week I visited the Cask and Larder for the first time and was very impressed by the whole experience. The dining room is a cozy, well designed space featuring warm woods and a brick oven so it was a great place to be on a rainy February evening. The server was eager to share his vast menu knowledge and we asked him a lot of questions about the beer and the food items. Everything he said about the dishes was absolutely true and they were delicious. The food was outstanding and the imperial stout beer is my new favorite brew. A trip to the restroom steers you by the brewery where a small table provides a "chef's table" type experience...dining amid the beer vats, very cool! I am looking forward to my next visit.
The food was fresh with creative menu choices. It was delicious! We tried four menu items and everything was good. If you're looking for low fat options, though, you'll need to find another restaurant! The veal was superb, as were the crispy fried brussels sprouts. The monk fish wrapped in something like prosciutto was wonderful, but the "tamales" that came with it tasted bad. Neither of us could eat them. The beets with oranges and pecans over creme fresh were outstanding. Our server was attentive without being intrusive and always seemed to show up just when we needed him. We loved the atmosphere and enjoyed meeting the owner, who came over to say hello.
I was not impressed and embarrassed that I suggested this place. The waitress was clueless and rarely present. The appetizers were dreadful and late. The boiled peanut hummus was vile, the lobster hushpuppies were cold and had no discernible lobster, and the waitress forgot to submit order for oysters and bread. When our entrees finally arrived, they were cold. I have never had a more disappointing evening. When I recounted this experience to "the manager", she was bored and basically"so what do you want ME to do?". Um...how about doing YOUR JOB? Make the customers happy? Right the wrongs?
This was our first visit to Cask & Larder. We started with a Beer Flight to get a tasting of the beers made on site. There was a good variety. For appetizers we had half a dozen raw oysters and smoked chicken wings (YUMM-O)!!! For my entrée, I had the Fish Fry, an incredible mix of grouper, shrimp, oyster, okra, pickles, green tomatoes - all fried in a light batter. The cocktail sauce a real winner. My dining companion had the Veal Brisket. It was incredible as well and melted in your mouth. For desert we had Fried Balls. There were 5 donuts that were accompanied by this amazing caramel sauce. Another winner in Winter Park!!
I am from Tennessee so anything "southern"
Appeals to me. My boyfriend and I went for brunch and it was great! I always judge a restaurant based on now many times he complains to me about something and it was very minimum! Haha
He had the peanut butter doughnut things and the pork belly sandwich and I had the Kale salad. Both were excellent but I will have them put my dressing on the side next time and his sandwich was a little messy for his liking but that's nothing to do with the food itself. I also wasn't a huge fan of the BBQ seasoning on the fries but that's my opinion!
We are actually going back again this weekend for the beer sampling and fresh fish!
We live in Tampa and this resturant was recommended to us by a friend. It was worth the drive from the Disney area to eat here. As a matter of fact I will plan my visits to the Orlando area to include a visit to Cask & Larder from now on! Being both a foodie and beer snob this place is perfect. Great food, amazing atmosphere great service and the brewer knows what he is doing.
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