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Brunch Buzz: Raglan Road

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Disney Springs (formerly Downtown Disney) might not be the first place that comes to mind when you start thinking about places to enjoy a Saturday or Sunday brunch. While Downtown Orlando and all of our blossoming Main Street districts offer scores of fabulous eateries for a late morning feast, you might not want to overlook Disney’s newly re-imagined dining and ... Read More »

The Bistro on Park Avenue – A Couple at Large Review

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By Randy Bihlmayer, winner of our October Couple at Large Giveaway for dinner for two at The Bistro on Park Avenue. Nestled in the Hidden Garden Courtyard, The Bistro on Park Avenue is an upscale romantic little dining spot in Winter Park. The Bistro offers a variety of seating choices from traditional indoor dining to more unique accommodations like an ... Read More »

23 Upcoming Events for Orlando Foodies and Beer Lovers

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By Samantha Rosenthal Fall has ushered in a slew of Orlando events focused on food and beer. Here are a few of our favorite events for Orlando foodies and beer lovers. NOVEMBER Sanford Beer Week November 15-22 Various places throughout Sanford Central 28 Beer Company Pop-up Beer Dinner November 18 Starts at 7pm The Parkview Drink Around the Hood November 18 ... Read More »

Enzian Presents 24th Annual Brouhaha Showcase: Nov 21, 22

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The 24th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase will take place at Enzian on November 21st & 22nd, 2015 with four separate program slots throughout the weekend. One of Florida’s premier outlets for locally produced films and videos, Enzian’s Brouhaha showcases the best work from film schools statewide. Now in its 24th year, the Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase is a fun-filled ... Read More »

Soco’s 1st Anniversary Dinner: Nov 17

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Local foodies crossed their fingers when Soco opened its doors just over a year ago in the former Hue space. The brain child of executive chef/partner Greg Richie (formerly of Roy’s and Emeril’s Tchoup Chop), Soco promised to bring contemporary Southern cuisine to its little corner of Thornton Park, perched on the intersection of Central Blvd and Summerlin Avenue. And it delivered. One year ... Read More »

11 Late Night Dessert Spots in Orlando

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By Samantha Rosenthal If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you just never know when a craving will hit. And while a Snickers bar snagged from your local 7/11 might do the trick, wouldn’t it be better to sink your teeth into something ooey, gooey delicious? We think so. Here are 11 dessert spots in Orlando that are open late so  you ... Read More »

Don’t Miss The Feast of Fonzo: Nov 19

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If you’ve ever had the chance to speak to Chef Kevin Fonzo, the powerhouse behind K Restaurant and such a relentless force in our local food movement, you may have picked up on a slight accent. When he really gets chatting, his NY Bronx roots and Italian heritage pops through. Growing up in a traditional Italian family, Chef Fonzo was ... Read More »

Brunch Buzz: North Quarter Tavern

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By Samantha Rosenthal Getting its name from the area of Downtown Orlando it resides in, North Quarter Tavern is a neighborhood pub and restaurant that you can go to for a good drink, a quick bite or to enjoy a full meal. Located off of bustling Orange Avenue, the place has a down-to-earth feel — especially for brunch. Equipped with TVs to enjoy Sunday ... Read More »

Six Orlando Restaurants to Eat at Now

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Orlando has seen a flurry of new restaurant openings in the last few months, including new additions to downtown’s dining scene and Disney Springs. And while new restaurants are flinging open their doors every week, tried and true mainstays are revamping their menus, hiring new chefs and updating their space in an effort to stay ahead of the herd. The ... Read More »

9 Ideas for a Progressive Dinner in Orlando

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Those of us with kids know this dilemma: when you book a sitter for three hours, a one-hour dinner doesn’t cut it but there’s no way to fit in dinner plus a movie. So, Marc and I have figured out a way to make dining out not only longer but also more engaging. We do progressive dinners. The concept for ... Read More »