The new restaurant is Delmonico’s Italian Steakhouse, out of Utica, NY, with three other locations upstate. The Orlando restaurant will be the company’s first outside of New York.
Based on the menu’s posted on Delmonico’s Italian Steakhouse’s Web site, the fare is more Italian that steak, wich such items as chicken marsala, linguine with clam sauce and veal parmigiana. All entrees on its dinner menu are under $20, including “Delmonico’s Delmonico Steak,” a 24-ounce rib-eye, which fetches $17.99 (and which Capital Region Living Magazine voted “best steak” in 2007, according to the site).
Delmonico’s will take over the former International Drive Steak & Ale spot and is scheduled to open in September.
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