Fall Celebration Menu at Marlow’s Tavern Returns with Locally Sourced Ingredients thru Oct. 15
Taverns Spotlight Chef-Driven Menu Specials Using Local Florida Purveyors

The annual fall celebration at Marlow’s Tavern features iconic Florida-grown ingredients and unparalleled creativity in the kitchen, along with friendly competition at all Marlow’s Orlando neighborhood gathering spots now through Oct. 15.

Marlow’s Tavern executive chef, CEO and co-founder John C. Metz has issued an “Iron Chef” challenge to the tavern chefs and bartenders to use three signature Florida-grown ingredients as the starting point for a featured entrée, starter, dessert or cocktail. The ingredients – cheese, rice and honey – come from Cypress Pointe Creamery, Congaree and Penn Farm and Mills and My Sweetest Honey.

“Our mission at Marlow’s Tavern is to use the freshest seasonal and local ingredients to surprise and delight our guests,” says Metz. “With the fall celebration, our chefs are having a little fun with unique presentations and flavor combinations to treat our guests to something extra-special. The only limitation will be our chefs’ imaginations.”

The following local ingredients are featured throughout the five-week Marlow’s Tavern Fall Celebration to showcase the local flavors, variety, energy and passion that inspire the chefs of Marlow’s:

Sept. 12 – 24
Cypress Point Creamery
Home of the best artisan cheeses in Florida
Hawthorne, Fla.



Sept. 25 – Oct. 8
Congaree and Penn Farm and Mills
The only rice farm in Florida (and one of the few in the country) that mills its own rice fresh all year long.
Jacksonville, Fla.



Oct. 9 – 15
My Sweetest Honey
Raw honey is 100 percent certified raw, unheated, unfiltered pure honey with all of the natural ingredients nature intended. Marlow’s will be using the latest harvest of wild flower honey from local
Sarasota, Fla.


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