Sunday Dinner Date Deals Under $60

Sunday dinner date deals under $60/person

Updated June 2018

Just thinking about Sunday instantly conjures up calming thoughts of lazy brunches, lounging in comfy clothes, and relishing the feeling of a day spent focused on relaxation instead of productivity. Before you let the last sliver of the weekend pass by, indulge in a dinner date that won’t break the bank. Kick back, relax, and let someone else do the cooking with these delicious Sunday dinner deals under $60/person offered by some of our favorite Orlando restaurants.

Sunday Supper – $45 per person

A newcomer to Disney Springs, Enzo’s Hideaway is a rustic Italian restaurant and speakeasy-style bar in one. The menu features Roman cuisine best enjoyed family-style during the brand new Sunday Supper, a weekly dinner series. Each Sunday, the regular menu will be replaced by the Sunday Supper menu, inviting you and your nearest and dearest to dine together at a communal table while enjoying a hearty meal. 

Available each Sunday beginning June 17, Sunday Supper is a shareable family feast including an antipasto board, pasta dish, a selection of cured meats served with fingerling potatoes and seasonal veggies, and dessert. The cost is $45/adult, or $19 for kids nine and under. As an added bonus, you’re welcome to bring your own bottle of wine to sip; there’s no corkage fee.  

Reservations can be made online or by calling 407-560-3696.

Enzo's Hideaway Sunday Supper
Image credit: Enzo’s Hideaway

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse
Prime Pair – $59/person

For a swanky night out on International Drive, look no further than Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse. This modern steakhouse boasts upscale furnishings, a spacious lounge (we love the Del’s at Dusk happy hour), and multi-story glass walls housing hundreds of wine selections–more than 1,200 labels to be exact. 

Previously only available on Sundays, the $59/person two-course Prime Pair menu is currently available every day through September 3, 2018. Savor a salad, side dish, and entree option (choose from Simply Prepared Fish, Hand-cut Filet Mignon, or Manhattan-cut New York Strip Steak), paired with lump crab cake. After September 3, the menu will only be available on Sundays. 

Reservations can be made online or by calling 407-351-5074.

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Image credit: Del Frisco’s

Sunday Prix Fixe – $30 per person

One of three stellar dining outposts owned by Jason & Sue Chin, The Osprey Tavern has been a date night go-to since opening in Baldwin Park in early 2015. Thoughtful décor and a seasonally focused menu set the tone for an enjoyable brunch, happy hour, or a romantic dinner. Save a few dollars by dining on Sunday, when the restaurant serves a Sunday Prix Fixe menu for $30/person.

Available every Sunday from 5-9pm, the 3-course menu includes a selection of starters, entrees, and desserts. Current sample menu items include hearty dishes like  Bolognese (black pepper tagliatelle, royal trumpet mushrooms, and blistered baby heirloom tomatoes); wood-fired All Natural Chicken (confit leg, zellwood sweet corn cake, beech mushrooms, radish, and ramps); and a delicious Corn Custard (sweet pea cake, graham crumb, and blackberry ice cream) for dessert.

Reservations can be made by calling 407-960-7700.

The Osprey Tavern
Image credit: The Osprey Tavern
The Osprey Tavern
12oz 1881 Hereford NY Strip (add $10) with royal trumpet mushrooms, béarnaise, frisée salad, and pickled shallot. Image credit: The Osprey Tavern

Sunday Supper – $25-35 per person

In the realm of restaurants worth the drive, 1921 by Norman Van Aken in Mount Dora is a top destination. Helmed by James Beard Award-winning Chef Norman Van Aken, the restaurant’s specialty lies in highlighting the best of local Florida cuisine. More than a restaurant, the space doubles as a testament to art, from beautifully plated dishes to the artwork hanging on the walls, the latter of which includes a selection of pieces on loan from the nearby Modernism Museum. Whether tacking this restaurant onto the end of a day trip or making the drive for the cuisine alone, you’ve got plenty of meal times to choose from, including brunch, happy hour and dinner. Plan your trip on a Sunday and you’ll be able to take full advantage of Sunday Supper, a multi-course menu available for around $30/person during dinner hours.

Served from 5-9pm, the menu options are seasonal and change weekly. Recent Sunday Suppers have included a Sunday Seafood Boil with Cape Canaveral White Shrimp, clams, PEI mussels, Andouille sausage, red potatoes, sweet corn, and jalapeño cornbread with a savory sundae for dessert. Optional beverage pairings are available for an additional cost. 

Make a reservation online or by calling 352-385-1921. 

Image credit: 1921 by Norman Van Aken

BONUS: Dragonfly Robata Grill & Sushi
Unlimited Sunday Izakaya Lunch – $39 per person

Can’t wait until dinner? Dragonfly Robata Grill & Sushi recently launched a new unlimited lunch deal available every Sunday from 11am-2:30pm. The $39/person price tag includes bottomless:

  • Build Your Own Maki Rolls
  • Nigiri
  • Build Your Own Poké Bowls
  • Japanese Sliders
  • Gyoza
  • Crispy Bao
  • Robata Grilled Vegetables
  • Chicken Katsudon
  • Takoyaki (Octopus Fritters)
  • Pork Ramen
  • Crispy Shrimp
  • Pork Curry Rice

For another $15, enjoy bottomless brunch sips (choose from mimosas, bellinis, Bloody Hot Haraguchi, or Kir Royale). Check out the full menu and details here.

Reservations are required and can be made online or by calling 407-370-3359.

Feature image credit: Enzo’s Hideaway

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