The emphasis at Orlando Meats is local sourcing, of which a high priority is obtaining clean organically grown produce. They are super particular about their meats; all of their beef is pasture-raised on Florida farms and 100% Grass-Fed. Just about everything at Orlando Meats is scratch-made using local seasonal ingredients.
Orlando Meats serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as brunch on the weekends. The Breakfast menu, served 8 am-11 am, usually includes about 4 breakfast entrees, 4 breakfast sandwiches, and house-made doughnuts. Lunch, served 11 am-5 pm, offers up entrees, sandwiches, and sides with the dinner menu, served 5 pm-10 pm, being much of the same. Brunch is served all day, every weekend. The menu changes daily but some of their menu staples are the Medium Rare Grass-Fed Burger, Bone Broth, Tallow Chips, the Standard Breakfast plate, and Beer.
What I Ordered
We ordered the Grass Fed Meatloaf Sandwich and a Farmer’s Breakfast plate. The Meatloaf Sandwich was a handful of juiciness; moist and so tasty. The breakfast was delish as well, with portion sizes being larger than the norm.
Orlando Meats is part fast-casual eatery, and part whole animal butcher shop. It’s a single open space with retail items along the walls which includes the butcher section that is in full view.
The family-owned eatery at Orlando Meats is a hidden gem here in Orlando. They are best known for their Medium Rare Grass-Fed Burger for which they won first place in the 2018 Orlando Magazine’s Burger Battle Competition. They were awarded both the Judge’s Award and People’s Choice Award. I’ve never been disappointed with any menu choice I’ve tasted. Kudos to Orlando Meats for going the extra mile and giving a darn!