Orlando’s newest restaurant is finally open!! Retro Station is owned by two of the sweetest Brazilians I have ever met. The Rabello’s, husband and wife duo, have been running this 1950’s retro bar for the past 11 years in Sao Paulo, Brazil. They recently decided to bring their love for food to America.
Well Orlando, we got lucky this time! Retro Station is bringing the flavor with some amazing Italian recipes and a fun evening of rockabilly shuckin’ and jivin’. Located in Kissimmee, right across the street from O-Town – this retro themed restaurant is large enough to host you and your family for a fun night.
This week I had the opportunity of trying out a delicious variety of items from their menu and I am so excited to share my experience with you.
Here is a list of everything we got to taste:
I highly recommend you try the cheese garlic bread and the spaghetti with homemade marinara sauce! I had a serious Eat, Pray, Love moment while eating their spaghetti. The homemade marinara sauce is amazing!! I was so full by the end of the night, that I could barely finish my cheesecake.
Everything we tasted at Retro Station was very delicious. The bruschetta was perfect and had a different taste, since it was topped with pesto instead of balsamic vinegar.
The lasagna was super cheesy and moist, unlike some other chain restaurants. And it goes perfectly with the cheese garlic bread.
Please be sure to check out Retro Station if you are ever in the Kissimmee area. They are closed on Tuesdays, but open after 4pm during the week. You can even get rockabilly dance lessons to help you work off some of the carbs. Don’t forget to tell them that Crissy sent you.