Cozy, sleek and upscale gastro pub hospitality interior design of Rusty Spoon, Orlando, Florida.
Located in 55 West Church Street, at 55 West building in Downtown Orlando, right in the heart of Downtown Orlando, minutes away from the new Amway Center, The Rusty Spoon celebrates the Great Food and Pub Atmosphere, an American Cuisine rooted in European Flavors.
All great food of Rusty Spoon is sourced locally from Florida farmers. The beef and lamb are grass-fed, the Poultry consumes an all natural diet – free from hormones, free from antibiotics and any unnatural supplements. The vegetables are grown locally to sustain the farm and the local community. The farmers cultivate products you love, food stuffs that are in-season and don’t travel by trains, planes, or 18-wheelers. Simply delicious food thta starts local and stays local.
By history, English pubs or Public houses were drinking establishments with little emphasis on serving food. Pubs meals were usually basic cold dishes such as a ploughman’s lunch or brisket stews.
“Pub grub” expanded to include British food items such as steak and ale pie, shepherd’s pie, fish and chips, bangers and mash, Sunday roast, and handheld sandwiches soon were replaced with food crisp clean in flavor, comfort, and focused on main stream gastronomy.
The term “gastro pub” was coined in 1991, the concept of a restaurant in a pub reinvigorated both pub culture and British dining, though it has occasionally attracted criticism for potentially removing the character of traditional pub or ale house.