What is the interior design of Packard’s Steakhouse?

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Packard’s Steakhouse’s interior design exudes the traditional American steakhouse feel you’d expect: brown leather chairs situated around wood tables, mustard-colored walls and simple lighting. A dark-wood round bar is almost in the center of the space, featuring TVs for entertainment and offering the same menu as the main dining room. The bar has a first-come, first-served policy, and the 16 seats can go quickly, so get here early. The dining room, which seats 98 people, can be altered to accommodate large groups and private events.
The Tampa restaurant sits on Innisbrook’s signature course, Copperhead, and is one of the places golfers stop before teeing up at the first hole, and where they’ll meet for a bite or a beer after their game. If you have time before dinner, off the entrance of Packard’s is a Pro Shop, where you can pick up golf attire, sun gear, books and CDs/DVDs. 

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