The name of this award-winning restaurant (from a novel about Florida by Patrick Smith) is somewhat enigmatic, but then so is the location (in the golf clubhouse of the Rosen Shingle Creek resort). But if you're a steak lover, you'll find this place worth seeking out. Notable choices include the 20-ounce chateaubriand for two carved tableside and the best seller, a 20-ounce Harris Ranch Prime bone-in rib eye, perhaps with a shared appetizer of collard greens braised in Gator Drool beer, or mac and cheese with big lobster chunks. If you don't like beef, you're still in a good place here, with choices that include cedar plank–broiled fish with onion-and-chive butter, and lamb Tequesta, rubbed with roasted garlic and dry mustard. Starters can be elegant, like steak tartare, or Floridian, like Cajun-spiced frog legs with mango-rum glaze.