Old Hickory Steakhouse
Old Hickory Steakhouse Review
This upscale steak house is designed to look like rustic cabins in the Everglades. Beyond the playful facade is a polished restaurant with a classic steak-house menu—bone-in rib eye, porterhouse, and filet mignon, supplemented by rack of lamb, veal chop, and Atlantic salmon, all priced for the hotel's convention-goers. The chef gets creative with appetizers like a warm pear-and-goat-cheese tart, but most are standards such as onion soup, shrimp cocktail, and tomato-onion salad. Artisanal cheese plates are on the menu, and desserts are interesting, such as fudge-dipped derby pie.