Experience the flavors of crisp salads, rich seafood, tender steaks, and highly-rated wines in an exquisite setting. This Orlando steakhouse and seafood restaurant is located in the Golf Clubhouse and is open nightly for dinner. Reservations are recommended.

Restaurant Hours
Dinner: 5:30pm – 10:00pm
For reservations, call (407) 996-FOOD (3663) | click here for reservations.

Restaurant Info
Seating capacity 120, private dining 24 people max

Orlando Group Dining, Private Dining and Buyouts

Impress your guests by reserving the MacIvey Room at A Land Remembered for a private dining experience. The secluded room is perfect for business dinners, rehearsal dinners, anniversary celebrations or any intimate gathering. The MacIvey Room offers a warm, social setting with dark and rich woods, brass fixtures and artwork by Native Americans. Orlando’s premier private dining venue comfortably seats up to 24 guests.

For inquiries and further information, please contact our Outlet Sales & Catering Manager, Kristi Marina, at 407.996.9770 or KMarina@rosenshinglecreek.com. View our Private Party Dining Packet


Chef Brett BeaversChef Brett Beavers
Chef Brett Beavers discovered his love for cooking at the age of 15 in his hometown in northern Michigan. Later he cultivated that passion in a culinary school in Flint, Michigan. Life lead him down south to Orlando, Florida, where he joined Walt Disney World® Resort. For the next seven years, he evolved his culinary career at Disney’s signature restaurant, Artist Point. In 2008, Chef Brett accepted a position with Rosen Hotels & Resorts managing the restaurants at the Rosen Centre Hotel. When he transferred to Rosen Shingle Creek in 2010, Chef Brett was given the opportunity to manage both of the resort’s fine-dining restaurants, Cala Bella and A Land Remembered. He chose the head chef position for A Land Remembered. Since then, Chef Brett has focused on creating contemporary dishes from classic Florida cuisine that utilize organic products as well as locally-sourced ingredients from neighborhood farms.