Orlando Dining News Round-Up June 17, 2016: Lucky’s Market, Taco Bell, Whiskey Business

In this week’s Orlando dining news round-up: chef’s dinners, a new grocer, and free tacos. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…

Lucky's Market
Lucky’s Market is holding the Grand Opening Celebration of their Orlando store on June 22. The company based out of Colorado, wiil hold its signature Bacon Cutting Ceremony at 10am. The grocer is located at 11750 E Colonial Dr, near the intersection of N. Alafaya Trail.

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Taco Bell will be giving away a free Doritos Locos Taco to customers who stop in between 2-6pm on June 21. This is thanks to the NBA Finals, when the Warriors stole Game 4..

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The Ritz-Carlton Orlando at Grande Lakes will host An Afternoon with Chef Andres at Norman’s on July 31. The evening will feature tapas, cheeses, roasted pig, raw bar, mojito bar, cigars, wine pairings, and live Cuban music. Cost is $150 per person (+ tax/gratuity). To RSVP, please call 407-393-4333.

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Orlando Weekly presents Whiskey Business at Cheyenne Saloon in downtown Orlando on July 29. Guests will sample their way across the Cheyenne Saloon to discover the best in scotches, bourbons and whiskeys, from locally produced bourbons to single malts and everything in between. Attendees will learn all that there is to know about enjoying whiskey from industry experts, enjoy food from local restaurants, and live music rounds. Tickets are $35 GA, and $55 VIP.

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Crafted in Metrowest is hosting a Swamp Head Brewery Beer-Dinner on June 27. It includes 5 Craft Beers and 4 Courses. Cost is $34.95 in advance, and $39.95 Day Of.

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That’s it for this week. If you have any Central Florida dining news to share, drop it in comments or send it to us via our contact form. We’ll credit you if we use it.

Also check out our special compilation of local businesses hosting benefit events for the Pulse victims. Many area eateries and breweries are listed.

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