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About The Boheme - Grand Bohemian Hotel - Orlando
When you’re hungry for an exceptional dining experience in Downtown Orlando, The Boheme restaurant is sure to satisfy. Featuring some of Central Florida’s hottest jazz musicians, The Boheme’s Jazz Brunch allows guests to indulge in the finest culinary offerings while contemporary jazz sounds emanate from the Imperial Grand Bösendorfer Piano. The edgy and intriguing Bösendorfer Lounge is a favorite local hot spot with Happy Hour and crafted cocktails.
Orlando, FL 32801
Modern European, Steakhouse, American
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Fri 6:30 am–11:00 am
Sat 7:00 am–10:30 am
Sun 7:00 am–9:30 am
Sun 10:00 am–2:00 pm
Mon–Sat 11:00 am–2:00 pm
Mon–Thu 5:30 pm–10:00 pm
Fri, Sat 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
Sun 5:30 pm–9:00 pm
Jackson and Orange
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Friday and Saturday night & Sunday Brunch
Private Dining that can host 14 guests in the Bohemian Wine Room. For larger groups or additional options, please inquire within.
$8 with Validation up to 3 hours
$15 with Validation over 3 hours
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Sunday Jazz Brunch and Specialty Pre-Theater Menu offered on select nights
Magical Dining month of September! $33 Prix-Fixe Menu (per person)
The Grand Bohemian Hotel- Orlando elevates private dining to a fine art with the Bohemian Wine Room, an intimate eclectic private dining room that can host 14 guests comfortably. The perfect venue for any gathering where ambiance and great dining are a welcome combination.
The Boheme - Grand Bohemian Hotel - Orlando Ratings and Reviews
We all love the livd music!!, however when La Coquina at the Hyatt at lake buena vista
WAs still in business, that was our favorite brunch.
I think for the price, it could be more creative!!, or more items added to it.
I really don’t like paying $50 for things like lunch meats , scrambled eggs, bacon , unless it has more creative things added to the menu.
You really do need to like Seafood, if you don’t , you have the prime rib and that sit.
The Snow crab is amazing quality, snaps open when you break it, oysters are top quality.
I do not like that it says on the menu, limit a 2 hour stay, not for that kind of money.
Unfortunately our experience at the Sunday brunch this week was not as fabulous as it has been in the past. We hardly saw our server, and had to refill our own mimosas twice. Plates were not cleared from our table, and we were seated at a table right in the opening to the buffett and next to the omelette station. Not very quiet or peaceful. We will try again sometime because we are hopeful that this was just a fluke and isn't the standard for service that will continue at the Grand Bohemian. Jill
We enjoyed our dinner prior to the Gabriel Iglesias show at Amway Center. The atmosphere is very unique, and the food was excellent. We had a filling lunch earlier in the day so we stayed somewhat light with salads and appetizers. The salads and the meat/cheese board were both delicious. The in house Cabernet Sauvignon was also very good.
We visited for brunch, pre-theater, and it was an amazing! Not only do they have a great buffet - with made to order omelettes and crepes - and a great assortment of both breakfast/lunch items, the price includes unlimited mimosas as well as about 12 (or more) a la carte items that were included. Jazz was fun, too! Loved it and we will be back next time we're in the area!
Loved the food and the service. The restaurant itself, although beautifully appointed, was a bit too brightly lit and the noise level was really loud! So, although I would recommend it, I wouldn’t to people on dates or special romantic occasions. Otherwise, it was top notch. Food was delicious and worth the price. Our server was very capable and attentive, even though she was really busy!! We will definitely return for pre show dinners.
My second visit to the Boheme was better than the first. The restaurant has great authentic, upscale ambiance. Our meals were delicious. It's hard for me to rate any restaurant outstanding in its food preparation. The Boheme may be a place for romantic intercourse, business meeting and meal that would impress, quiet conversation, or place to enjoy with friends.
It's a short walk from Dr Phillips Center and other points of interest in that area of Orlando.
There is also a live piano near the bar area.
I think this restaurant is way over priced for what you receive. The cocktails and wine are VERY expensive so do not go here if you plan on drinking. Service is ok but not great. I received a call from the restaurant while dining wanting to know if I was going to honor my reservation and show up. Not a good sign of a well managed restaurant.
Our waiter Justin was great. He had excellent suggestions from the menu, was attentive, but not too intrusive and had a good sense of humor. The food was good, the New York strip steak with the coffee rub was huge. The salmon-the fish was delicious but a weird pairing with feta and rice. The sea bass was great with the sherry. The Caesar salads were tasty, the bread delicious. The gelato was okay. Crab cake was delicious with tons of crab finely seasoned to melt in your mouth. I could do without the piano but some people like the ambience.
I’ve eaten here many times and the quality was not as good as it was previously. I was also shocked at the $8.00 parking charge. I had brunch which cost me $60 and I had to pay for parking on top of the food charge. We eat at the Rosen Hotels and they valet park my car for free. I am still miffed over this!!!
Nice ambience and service, but food could be significantly improved, especially for $50+. With limited selection each item should be the best possible and convenient for the guest. The raw oysters are very difficult to release from shell and should have the attachment muscle cut. The shrimp should be already shelled. The sides and desserts also could be improved. I'm surprised that this restaurant doesn't do better.
Very disappointed, food was all pre cooked . The crab cakes came out cold and then even colder when the chef supposedly cooked fresh ones. My wife had the salmon which was meant to come with rice , in actual fact there was a minuscule amount of rice but from some strange reason the fish was on a huge bed of arugula. I chose the chicken , this had to one of the most over cooked chicken breasts I have ever had the displeasure to attempt to eat. We will not be returning .
La Boheme was absolutely fantastic! We had not been there before and for our 19th anniversary I took my wife to the 'Jazz Brunch' and we LOVED IT. The food spread was incredible...unbelievable...and everything from the menu items to the buffet were prepared with excellence. Furthermore, the STAFF WAS SUPERB...with everyone we met sincere, caring about our table and ourselves, engaging, lively, and accommodating...we never had to wait for our table to be 'cleaned up' from used dishware or glasses...they were ahead of it before we even asked. The atmosphere...while a bit noisy...was enhanced with wonderful artwork, good lighting and decor, cozy even if busy seating arrangements and very classy jazz music and hotel design and decor. We could not have been more pleased for our anniversary brunch on 11/12/2017!
Went for the jazz brunch. The decor of restaurant is very modern and is clean. The tables and booths are spacious. The food was fantastic. The selection could have been a little better. The Omlette station, Crepe station and items ordered off the menu are the best. Everything else is pretty typical of a buffet. The service was outstanding! Our server never let our mimosa glasses go empty, which was a huge challenge considering we all
Loved mimosas! The jazz music was a bit disappointing. I'm not sure what I expected, but there was a piano and a sax in the area where the food was. It was difficult to hear the music from where we were sitting. I will be back!!!
The location of this restaurant is perfect for pre-theatre dining if you're going to a concert or show at the Dr. Phillips Center, and the people watching is fun, especially in the bar area. I've dined in the bar area near the live piano before, which was fun, and also in the main dining room, which is a little less interesting. The piano can be a little loud, so I would only recommend dining near it (with the bar menu only) if the restaurant is already busy and loud. Otherwise, the music overwhelms the place. The food was good, quick, and served very professionally. It's just a quick walk to a show, and there's a parking garage right near the restaurant--a bonus.
The Boheme is always a pleasure. Due to traffic, we showed up 20 minutes late(and had a show at the Dr. Phillips in 90 minutes). They took care of everything, with their usual excellent service and food(and wine).
We try to have dinner here every time we go to a show at the Dr. Phillips.
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