Every upscale steakhouse has a shtick to set it apart from competitors. In Orlando, A Land Remembered embraces Old Florida. The name comes from Patrick Smith's novel, which I happen to adore. And some menu items reflect the state's old ways. Let's call the offerings steak with a Florida twist.
I'd rarely pick an upscale steakhouse for dinner, but I was impressed with the passion behind A Land Remembered. And I would return specifically for the alligator butter patties and those tender, golden fried oysters.