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Packard’s Steakhouse has menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For breakfast, you’ll find a menu filled with traditional items like omelets, pancakes, French toast, oatmeal, steak and eggs, and fresh fruit. Lunch is casual affair at the Florida restaurant at the Innisbrook Resort, and it’s also when you’ll see many golfers grabbing a bite after their game. The lunch menu is stacked with favorites like a Chicken Cordon Brie sandwich, corned beef on rye, a classic club sandwich, burgers and the fresh catch of the day sandwich — Forbes Travel Guide editors suggest the tasty grouper sandwich).
Dinner at Packard’s is a more formal affair, and it’s what the Florida restaurant is really known for. Typical of a traditional steakhouse, the dinner menu at Packard’s is filled with appetizers sized for sharing, such as a shrimp cocktail, seafood platters, oysters and calamari. Salads mostly serve as the second course, and the entrées are where the greatest indulgences begin. The menu features five different cuts — New York strip, filet mignon, Delmonico, veal chop, porterhouse — and each is prepared to your liking with a sauce or rub of your choice. The steaks are served à la carte, so you’ll also choose from a variety of sides to accompany your meal. For those not in the mood for steak, Packard’s also offers a fresh catch of the day, lobster tail, chicken and pastas.