Hard Rock Cafe, Orlando, Florida


Here's the deal: you decided to file an early break from your office to experience lunch in this Rome Colosseum-inspired restaurant in Orlando, famously dubbed as the “Roman Coliseum of Rock.”

Of course, you firmly believe that luck is in your hands right now, a simple sacrifice will be worth it and you're inspired by the fact that one of the 800 seats of its restaurant will be allotted to you in a matter of minutes. You don't want to wait again like what happened more than a dozen times before.


You'd rather leave without tasting the ten-dollar burger or shrimp fajitas or the homemade style meatloaf rather than ending up as a human dartboard of your boss' sword speak. Again, you'll continue to endeavor the attempt of securing a seat in the Hard Rock Cafe, and you feel triumphant this time around.

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Being the main attraction in Orlando, Florida for locals and tourists alike, this Hard Rock Cafe located at the City Walk Entertainment Complex of Universal Studios Orlando is the largest Hard Rock Cafe in the world and the company’s flagship. It is one among 143 other Hard Rock Cafes in over 36 countries at present, some of which are located in Poland, Hong Kong, Canada, Colombia and United Kingdom. In 1971, the first Hard Cafe opened in London under Isaac Tigrett and Peter Morton's brainchild. The Hard Rock Cafe's motto is "Love All, Serve All." Orlando's HRC is among the highly-decorated branch, with more than a thousand pieces, the most number of rare and priceless rock 'n' roll ephemera decorated along its walls including instruments from famous musicians such as The Beatles, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, KISS and Elvis Presley

Expect more than the usual when you dine in at Hard Rock Cafe Orlando. Food wise, HRC's offering for lunch and dinner includes a wide array of choices from appetizer to dessert. Among its famous meal includes the pulled pork sandwich, baby back ribs and the pasta with roasted vegetables. Well your heart out by dipping your taste buds in one of HRC's most popular dessert: an ice cream-covered chocolate chip cookie that costs five dollars apiece. Or if you and your peers are decadent enough, you can all enjoy digging in at group buffet. You can also match up your meal with your most desired booze and spirits. HRC is definitely more than a dining place. It also includes a 3,000-person live concert and party venue as well as a number of other private/group function rooms: Library, Beatles Room, Elvis Room, Florida Room, Mezzanine and the Hard Rock Café Store. HRC is located nearby other restaurants such as Bice and Confisco Grille and hotels such as Doubletree Hotel and Extended Stay Deuxe Orlando/Universal Studios.