Caribe Royale Orlando Resort, the all-suite property near Walt Disney World, will open a new dining concept in January called Stadium Club. And to develop the menu for the sports-themed restaurant – (you probably figured it was sports-themed on your own) – the resort is partnering with chefs Janine Booth and Jeff McInnis or Miami’s Root & Bone.
They’ve been tasked with raising traditional sports bar food to new heights, even though Stadium Club will be on the lower level. en u highlights will include sweet tea brined fried chicken, Philly cheesesteak sliders with braised beef brisket, lobster mac & cheese, and burgers, nachos, and wings. We’ll assume those burgers, nachos and wings will soar to new heights.
Booth and McInnis will also hire and train the staff and run the operation. “We’re delighted to be cooking up something special with Chef Janine and Chef Jeff, two powerhouses and leaders in the restaurant industry,” Caribe Royale Orlando’s managing director Amaury Piedra said in a statement. Piedra had previously worked with the chefs in Puerto Rico. The couple, who have both appeared on the tv show “Top Chef,” opened a Root & Bone there after their original in New York before settling in Miami.
Stadium Club will be a two-story immersive interactive experience with virtual reality and eight pro-level golf simulators, as well as a 110-foot-long ribbon display television.