STK considering menu revamp; is hosting Halloween champagne party


You can't beat the view from the STK rooftop, one of the few in town. - IMAGE COURTESY STK ORLANDO
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  • You can't beat the view from the STK rooftop, one of the few in town.
You plop a super high-end steakhouse down in the middle of Wonder-bread Family-Fun-Land and you expect the same budget-busting giant steaks to steal the show? That's what global steakhouse brand STK thought when they opened up at Disney Springs a few months ago, but it turns out they might be considering a few menu tweaks instead.

In late September, CEO of parent company One Group stated that many of its bigger steak offerings "haven't been as successful as they have been in other cities" and that they'd consider changing the menu a bit to reflect the kind of grub that might do a bit better with the clientele. They're also considering placing additional signage to include the word "steakhouse," or "restaurant," plus a host stand outside, which is an excellent idea considering the minimalist-bordering-on-invisible entrance.

That all being said, STK is still planning to host a super fancy franchised Veuve Cliquot Champagne Halloween party called "Yelloween" (because of the color of the label, for those who aren't fans of the champs). Come in costume and fill your flutes with Veuve all night long for just $50. The rooftop of STK is the locale, and there will be DJ and light bites from 8 p.m. until midnight.

Honestly, it's not too far off from some other Halloween entry fees in town (and they don't come with unlimited champagne and food, or take place on a rooftop), so it might be a fun splurge for those who literally can't stomach another downtown debacle this year.

You can get tickets here, at the EventBrite page.

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