Food Journeys: Earl’s of Orlando
Hi everyone! I hope your week has been awesome. I’ve been so busy that I haven’t had a chance to share a gem that I found in Orlando, Earl’s Kitchen and Bar. Have you been? If not, you need to go.
I’m obsessed with good food and great atmospheres. If you’ve ever checked out my Instagram, you’ll see a plethora of positivity, makeup and food. Of course, the other chick and old lady are there too. But, food is a shining gem that I love to talk about. So, I’ve decided to start sharing my love with you on a more regular basis. Hey, it’s the least I can do. I want us all to have great “affordable gourmet experiences”, and Earl’s Kitchen and Bar doesn’t disappoint.
Earl’s Kitchen and Bar is a Canadian based company that has made it’s way to Orlando. They’re located in the Mall at Millenia, and it’s the perfect spot to make it easily accessible for everyone to enjoy. Earl’s Kitchen and Bar has taken over the spot that was previously occupied by The Blue Martini. So, they’re centrally located to parking, with a close entrance to the mall.
I had the chance to go there with some “Boss Babe Bloggers”, and I haven’t stopped thinking about them since I left. From the moment I walked in, I was blown away by the ambiance and service. I was greeted promptly, and given a mini “craft soda” to enjoy while I waited for my friends to arrive. Once, everyone arrived we got seated, and the real fun began.
Our server was awesome. She was so upbeat, and gave us great feedback on everything from the drinks to the menu. She made sure to recommend some of her personal favorites, and I loved that. I always appreciate trying things that other people love. It makes the experience more personal, and plus you try something that you may have never thought about. That’s how we happened up the most amazing spinach dip ever. Now, let me say this about spinach dip. Typically, none is better than Publix. Most restaurants just don’t do it justice. But, this one had flavor, depth and feta cheese. Can we say amazing? Plus, they paired it with the most wonderful toasted sliced baguette. I could have eaten the whole thing. But, then I wouldn’t have room for my Bronx Burger.