About Cask and Larder
Cask & Larder offers southern-sourced seasonal dishes, craft beers brewed on-site, and fresh-shucked oysters from our raw bar. We look forward to serving you good food with casual southern hospitality.
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, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Smoking Area, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Cask and Larder Ratings and Reviews
So this was not a great experience for m ...
So this was not a great experience for me. We were sold on a dish and then told it was sold out. My BLT sandwich was $14 and was literally JUST a BLT. No sides and had a total of TWO pieces of bacon. The service was good and they did comp a dessert for the lack of having what we had ordered. I think the food was good but way over priced. I don't mind pricey food but I expect it to be worth the money.
Delicious drinks and food, great service ...
Delicious drinks and food, great service, and fun atmosphere. For apps, we tried the hush puppies, hand pies, and crispy corn (do it!). For dinner, we had the c&l burger and the farmer's toast. The toast was excellent! Better than the burger. We splurged and tried the ice cream sandwich for dessert. The salty and sweet combo there was perfect. The daisy cocktail is outstanding. We will be back!
The beef short rib was excellent, flavor ...
The beef short rib was excellent, flavorful and tender. The corn that came with it was good from the cob, but the 'twice baked corn' on the top was flavorless, the brunswick stew also lacked flavor. They need to visit Georgia and take some lessons on that flavor.
the Nashville hot chicken was very good but could have had a little more spice.
The fried chicken sandwich was good, but not great. It was a little overdone, the fries were very good.
The Brentwood corn cake was a good blend of flavors, but the cake was a little dry.
The fried dough was not what we expected, more like a beignet than a funnel cake, the sticky syrup on the outside was delicious and the dough was good as long as you dipped it in the cream, too plain if you didn't.
Overall we liked the atmosphere and the service was very good. We will come back and try some different things and see what they are extra good at. At least we didn't leave hungry like we did from their big brother restaurant, Ravenous Pig, both times we visited there.
Out of our party of five, two of us had ...
Out of our party of five, two of us had the Nebraska Chicken. The chicken had good flavor but was loaded with grease. The green beans were tough and stringy, poor item of pork, and again
loaded with grease. Not appetizing at all. The other three people in our party were satisfied with their meals, but not outstanding comments about them. I have eaten at all three of your
restaurants and the meals sound and look good, but the combinations of your main food and
the items that go with them are poor choices in most cases. I don't see myself returning to
your restaurants in the future. I can see the influence of the name "Cask and Larder" because
my meal was loaded with "LARD".
It was the 2nd consecutive visit where t ...
It was the 2nd consecutive visit where the food was mediocre. My chicken and waffles were below my expectations. The chicken was dry and overcooked. The waffle was tough and dry. My gf's dish, the Porchetta, on the other hand was delicious. My waitress didn't seem keen on getting me a second round of mimosa's. I had to ask for it. This used to be my favorite restaurant in Orlando - but in the last year it seems like the quality has declined.
Disappointing visit. Service was slow, ...
Disappointing visit. Service was slow, they were out of several of their better appetizers, the red snapper on the menu did not indicate it was a whole fish , head and eyes included ,and finally the skirt steals we had were not even warm. not this restaurant's best night.
Been here before and feel in love with t ...
Been here before and feel in love with the food. The menu has changed and not for the better. The chicken and waffles lacked syrup. Asked for it and got molasses 😳 which was horrible. Mimosas were over priced (9.00). We spent over $65 and we could have had buffet style brunch downtown for cheaper. I loved our server but the menu is lacking and the food was subpar 😕
Chose cask & larder to have a nice (yet ...
Chose cask & larder to have a nice (yet rare) dinner with my wife and two daughters.
Service was great, our server answered my wife's many questions and was very helpful with assisting my daughters with their meal selections.
Drinks were good.
My wife and I both had the grits entree - everything was good except the shrimp was undercooked on hers - she sent it back and received a new one (mine had 2 undercooked shrimp too,) but was I was happy to spend time with my family at one of my favorite places in town.
I would come back, but I think they lost my wife and daughters for a while.
Had a Father's Day brunch the weekend af ...
Had a Father's Day brunch the weekend after FD. Adult children in Orlando have eaten here many times and love it. We had 6 adults and one toddler, but could only make the reservation for six, so we pressed on. C&L was very accomodating when I asked for a high chair and requested a regular table instead of a high top. The staff was very helpful and friendly and answered all our questions about the food and drink choices. The brunch menu changes often (not sure how often), but I wasn't as excited about the menu choices we had as I'd seen on a previous menu. But everyone at our table really liked their food, including one vegetarian. I ended up getting a veggie frittata, and it was good. Others got the waffles and chicken, a tamale, another frittata and a large breakfast platter. I ordered coffee when we first arrived and was given a 1/2 pot to keep at the table, which was nice. I have one complaint about MANY restaurants in general—they do not have any nondairy creamer, almond or soy milk options for those of us who are lactose intolerant, but don't like our coffee black. Why? Overall excellent experience at C&L. Sound level wasn't too bad. It was relatively empty when we arrived at 11 a.m., but filled up quickly. I know the kiddos will go back. I'd like to try dinner one night, but I know you must have a reservation, so will have to plan ahead.
I really love this family of restaurants ...
I really love this family of restaurants (Cask & Larder, Swine & Sons and Ravenous Pig). However this was by far the worst experience from service, to food to ambiance as they were short staffed, live band was painfully loud + headache inducing, no one wanted to address this. Love the brunch menu but wouldn't recommend the experience after this visit.
I enjoyed our night - interesting menu, ...
I enjoyed our night - interesting menu, good food, nice decor/vibe. I had read about this restaurant on a ton of review sites - I can't say it lived up to the hype, but had I not had high expectations, I probably would have said it was really good.
Hush puppies were very dry (overcooked) ...
Hush puppies were very dry (overcooked) so much so we were fighting over the sauce. Meat was excellent, perfectly cooked but the crust on the pork belly was so hard it was unable to be cut with a fork or knife, but was able to be cracked into pieces with knife and fork (overcooked?). That said, the crust also had an odd sweet flavor that overwhelmed the lightness of the pork belly... a light, crispy, savory biscuit would have been a much better choice and complimented, versus overwhelmed, the delicate pork belly. The burnt sauce tasted just like something I burnt earlier in the week, so I was really glad it was not actually on any of the food.
This was an unexpected find and not a li ...
This was an unexpected find and not a lick of disappointment. Our waiter was fantastic with a thorough knowledge of the menu and a great personality. The drinks were innovative (and not overdone), the menu was experimental but not off-putting. It's great for foodies but has things for the not completely experimental eater. This was such a treat and I fully enjoyed every bite I took.
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