Closed March 2017

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Tucked into a bustling corner of Thornton Park, Baoery Asian Gastropub feels like a cool neighborhood hangout where folks can just chill out and enjoy good grub. With a bar at its center and a good size patio outside, it's also become a terrific place to meet up for happy hour.

Served Monday through Friday from 4pm-7pm and late night on Fridays and Saturdays from 10-11pm, the happy hour consists of a mix of $4 drinks and $4 food selections.

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The list of options for happy hour drinks is extensive and sure to please even the pickiest of palates. The $4 selections include:

  • Happy Hour Cocktails: Taste-Tea and Sake Mojito
  • Sake Carafes (three options)
  • Red or white house wine
  • Choice of two-for-one beers (PBR or Yeungling)
  • Sake Sangria (red or white)
  • Wells (Svedka, Bombay, Bacardi, Four Roses, Margaritaville, Dewars)

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Old kung-fu movies playing on the flat screens are the perfect mindless distraction at the end of a long day


You'll have your choice of six small plates:

  • Chairman Bao (Bao of the Day)
  • Edamame Wontons
  • Shishito Peppers (a.k.a. Feeling Lucky Punk)
  • Asian Style Crispy Chicken Wings
  • Dragon's Breath Edamame
  • PEI Black Mussels in Red Thai Curry

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The PEI Black Mussels in Red Thai Curry is an outstanding dish accented with flaky and buttery roti for sopping up every last drop of the broth.

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These Edamame Wontons are a terrific option for vegans

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The Asian Style Crispy Chicken Wings are sticky and crunchy and absolutely delicious.

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Drinks: there’s something for everyone and the cocktails are fun and refreshing.

Food: Unique and tasty selections. Besides the Bao, all can be easily shared.

Setting: Totally laid back. I absolutely loved the old kung-fu movies.

Value: Four food selections and two drinks each is plenty and will cost $32 + tax and tip. That's an incredible price.

I give Baoery an overall grade of A+. The food was delicious and unbelievably priced without sacrificing quality or leaning towards tired bar bites like flatbread and fries.

Baoery Asian Gastropub 
617 E. Central Blvd., Orlando

Open daily at 11am

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Sake Mojito

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Chef Greg Richie with Dragon's Breath Edamame

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Firecracker Shrimp Bao

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These Shishito Peppers range from mild to crazy hot. Are you ‘Feeling Lucky Punk?” Take a bite and you'll see.

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