Just beyond the train tracks inside The Church Street District, you'll find a venue that beams with Orlando City pride. Lion's Pride Orlando, a restaurant, and bar in Downtown Orlando provides an unforgettable game-day experience with floor to ceiling TV's and comfortable seating. Don't let the futbol decor fool you. The menu is far from bar food. In fact, the Executive Chef Scott Phillips is a master in the kitchen cultivating dishes with bold flavors that are perfectly plated providing five-star fare within its four walls.
Lion's Pride Restaurant In The Church Street District | Fierce Food and Dynamic Drink Specials
Tucked away upstairs you'll find a private bar and dining area with intimate tables and seating providing a birds-eye view of the sports action streaming on the wall of TVs. The Orlando City Soccer focused restaurant in Downtown Orlando has an eclectic menu of decadent dishes including a lobster and shrimp risotto with creamy parmesan. the pub and grill has a beautifully tender blue cheese filet paired with garlic Boursin mash potato and a red wine demi-glaze.
If you prefer to stay on the lighter side of the menu their Caprese salad with thick cut red and yellow vine-ripened tomatoes and buffalo mozzarella drizzled with balsamic is a fine choice or if you're feeling adventurous we highly recommend the peppered seared tuna with avocado relish and cilantro lime slaw.
Of course, no meal is complete without a memorable dessert. Their chocolate mousse is decadent, rich and pairs exquisitely with their house-made whiskey based sangria.
For those who may prefer fruit to chocolate pictured below is their Romeo and Juliet dessert. A flaky pastry filled with fruit and cheese providing a sweet and tart flavor combination that is complimented with the creaminess of the cheese.
Beyond the big screen tv's, stadium seats and soccer fans is a five-star restaurant on Church Street serving delicious cuisine in a casual atmosphere. Stop in for lunch during the week or make plans for a dinner date in Downtown Orlando.