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Reunion Resort offers six different dining venues, as well as in-room dining, so there’s no chance of going hungry at this Orlando, Florida resort. Plus, all the suites and villas come with kitchens, making it easy to cook some of your meals yourself.
When you do want to dine out, Forte is a good place to start. Located on the first floor of The Grande building, Forte is the resort’s fine dining restaurant that features an American steakhouse menu under soft lighting and a red brick facade. Forte is only open seasonally during the high tourist months, but it could remain closed during low occupancy nights at the resort. Check with the concierge to see when it’s open during your stay.
For casual American cuisine, head to Eleven, the restaurant located on the top floor (11th floor) of The Grande tower. It serves salads, fish, steak and pasta dishes, and you can sit at the bar or in the dining room to indulge. Even more casual fare can be found at The Cove, which is located at the resort’s main pool and serves everything from grilled cheese sandwiches to burgers and hot dogs, as well as cocktails and soft drinks. There is also a restaurant at the resort’s water park; it’s called Long Boards and serves your basic chips, dips, fries and burgers.
The Clubhouse, which is a family-friendly spot adjacent to The Grande, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. And during the holidays, it hosts holiday brunches and family-style dining events. Finally, be sure to try The Lobby & Sushi Bar in The Grande. It serves specialty sushi rolls from Chef Ha, as well as standard fare like salads, burgers and pizzas. This is also the spot to grab a specialty cocktail, beer, wines or some sake.