9am - 3pm
Tuesday - Saturday
Lunch Service 11am - 3pm
Saturday Brunch 11am - 3pm
Dinner Tuesday - Thursday 5pm - 10pm
Dinner Friday & Saturday 5 - 11pm
Tuesday - Saturday 5pm - 7pm
at the bar & hightops
We’re hiring for all front and back of house positions including: servers, bartenders, support staff, baristas, hosts, and line cooks, with two years of comparable experience required.
"The space, at once upscale and comfortable, is welcoming, and so are the dishes coming out of Executive Chef Josh Oakley’s kitchen. (Oakley is pictured above.) More comfort food than Southern, diners will delight in playful riffs on nostalgic favorites."
Orlando's Living Room: The Monroe Brooke Fehr, Orlando Magazine
"As I walked through the front door—you can’t miss it, flanked by greenery and topped with a cool, flashy, retro sign—I was immediately struck by the beautiful decor, and how it softened the industrial space, with its high ceilings, wall of windows and exposed ductwork. As with sister Good Salt Group restaurants, Seito Sushi, The Osprey and Reyes Mezcaleria, the space is stunning."
Faiyaz Kara, Orlando Weekly
"Jason and Sue Chin, the power couple behind some of the most well-received restaurants in the city have arguably wielded the most influence [on Orlando's restaurant scene]. Their latest, the Monroe, isn't just their most accessible, it's their most fetching, and if you've been to Seito Sushi, The Osprey and Reyes Mezcaleria, you know that's saying a lot."
Things are peachy, literally, at The Monroe in downtown Orlando Amy Drew Thompson, Orlando Sentinel
"The latest in the portfolio of Orlando restaurateurs Jason and Sue Chin of the Good Salt Restaurant Group, it features the stylish flair we’ve all come to expect... and a menu that executive chef Josh Oakley says centers on a common theme: fun."
New restaurant named for Orlando civil rights activist opens downtown Thomas Mates, WKMG Orlando
"Jason Chin, the co-owner of the Good Salt Group, said he wanted to showcase some of Orlando’s history with the Monroe.
“We wanted to make sure that we definitely honored that,” Chin said. It’s very Florida-themed, very Orlando-themed kind of a homage to Orlando and the history that we have here and particularly in this neighborhood. That’s something that we wanted to preserve in the Parramore neighborhood which is why we named the restaurant the Monroe."