Elevate your MCO Dining Experience with Cask and Larder

I used to visit Cask and Larder at their Winter Park location prior to their move to Orlando International Airport (MCO). I recently paid a visit, and their delicious, upscale take on Southern Food has not changed!

I started my journey with a flight, a beer flight that is! Cask and Larder continues to brew their own beer in Winter Park inside the Ravenous Pig – soon to be The Ravenous Pig Brewing!

Cask and Larder Beer Flight

Next up was the Magic Sangria! I am not normally a Sangria “person” due to how sweet restaurants usually make it. This sangria was truly MAGIC! It wasn’t too sweet, had a great flavor, and just look at it! So beautiful!

Magic Sangria

My favorite appetizer ever is Charcuterie! When I saw the Charcuterie Board on the menu, I jumped at it! Chefs selections of meats, cheese, and vegetables filled the beautifully laid board!

Charcuterie Board

One of the Signature Menu Items, the Nashville Chicken, was calling my name when it came to entree’s! Paired with a bacon topped Mac and Cheese, I couldn’t go wrong!

Nashville Chicken and Mac and Cheese

My husband ordered the Barbecue Platter, which comes with Brisket, Pulled Pork, Sausage, Texas Toast, and Coleslaw!

Barbecue Platter

Next time you take off from MCO, be sure to experience this Farm to Terminal Restaurant for yourself! Thank you to the Cask and Larder team for an exceptional experience!

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