Landmark Orlando Steakhouse Closes Permanently

barneysI just learned via Orlando Sentinel’s Food Editor Heather McPherson’s Twitter that Central Florida staple steakhouse Barney’s Steak & Seafood is closing its doors for business after 30 years. The economy and recent renovations are cited as the cause. I had a meal there several years ago and the food was definitely good, but quite honestly the atmosphere would appeal more to my grandparents’ crowd.

If you’re a fan of Barney’s and want to get one last meal in then you’d better hurry – they close this this Saturday (4/18).

You can read the article on by clicking here.


1615 East Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32803


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Author:Ashley K. Edwards

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2 Comments on “Landmark Orlando Steakhouse Closes Permanently”

  1. Sunday, 26 April 2009 at 1:07 pm #

    Great stuff. Nice to read some well written posts. A long way between them.


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    […] it burned down over a decade ago. So needless to say I was super-excited when I recently drove by the old Barney’s Steak & Seafood property and saw […]

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