In this week’s Orlando dining news round-up: new openings, a limited menu, a dinner package, and an outdoor festival. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
Pig Floyd’s Urban Barbakoa has announced they are expanding with a second location in the Lake Nona Village on Narcoosee Road. Owner Thomas ‘Tito’ Ward is planning for a Spring 2017 opening.
In this week’s Orlando dining news round-up, chef’s dinners, new openings, and a closing. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
Frontera Cocina is now open in Disney Spring’s Town Center at Walt Disney World. This is a new contemporary Mexican dining experience developed by renowned chef and six-time James Beard Foundation Award winner Rick Bayless.
In this week’s Orlando dining news round-up, chef’s dinners, new menus, new openings, charity events, and a closing. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
Special guest Chef James Petrakis of Cask & Larder will join Chef John Rivers for cooking demo and tasting at his Winter Park restaurant, The COOP, on June 29. The event is free, and starts at 6:30pm (though I recommend arriving early). Visit the event’s Facebook page for more info.
On May 15, Morimoto Asia at Disney Springs will launch their Street Food window at the restaurant, offering variations of popular Asian-influenced to-go light bites.
Morimoto tested this concept in January, but they took the time to expand the menu, and are now ready for guests to enjoy this new section of the restaurant.
Menu items are broken down into sections and include the following:
If you’ve ever dined at Morimoto Asia at Disney Springs, chances are you’ve been as impressed with the design of the building and interior as you have with the food.
So has the American Institute of Architects Orlando, who bestowed their “Design Built Award of Merit” for the design of the building Morimoto Asia resides in.
In this week’s dining news round-up, chef’s dinners, limited menus, and new openings. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
Morimoto Asia at Disney Springs has debuted several new spring cocktails that sound delicious and refreshing. Priced at $14 each, enjoy a Tokushim Negroni (japanese citrus shochu, antica formula vermouth and orange peel), a Gingered Apple cocktail (aviation gin, lime, simple syrup, ginger pear, and muddled asian pear and apple), and a Sparkling Spring (sparkling wine, hibiscus simple syrup, yuzu lemon juice, and domaine de canton).
In this week’s dining news round-up are several chef’s dinners, free sushi, a new opening, an a closing. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
The COOP launches “A Southern Affair,” a new cooking demonstration series this month on March 16. Chef-owner John Rivers and Chef Whitney Miller will kick off the first demo with Crawfish-Pimento Mac n’ Cheese and White Chocolate Bread Pudding Beignets.
In this week’s dining news round-up, a new brunch, the James Beard awards, chef’s dinners, and more. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
Plancha, the Cuban American restaurant at Four Seasons Orlando will begin offering Sunday Brunch on March 13, 2016. Guests will have three breakfast options to choose from:
If you’ve been thinking of gifting an annual pass to a local theme park or attraction to a loved one (or yourself), here are some Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals you should be aware of:
SeaWorld Orlando is bringing back its “Blue Friday” deals, with great offers on passes, experiences, and more. Here is the list of deals, which are only available online from 12:01am (EST) Friday, November 27, until 11:59pm Monday, November 30, 2015:
In this week’s dining news round-up, we bring some tasty news about a new Mexican restaurant, new happy hours and lunch/brunch offerings, other new openings, and more…
Saint Anejo Mexican Kitchen + Tequileria has set November 9 as their soft opening date at their Winter Springs location (5248 Red Bug Lake Rd). The Mercado style demo kitchen will offer a 360 degree view of fresh food being prepared right in front of your eyes.
The food is traditional Mexican, drawing from all the regions of Mexico like street corn from Guanajuato to 24 hour slow roasted XX Equis Carnitas from Michoacán and Habanero Spiked Short Rib from Mexico City.
Last week Morimoto Asia opened at Disney Springs to much fanfare, and I had the pleasure of attending the media preview the night before, in conjunction with The Disney Blog.
The evening began with a ceremony attended by several Disney VIP’s as well as Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, who not only sang for us, but conducted a traditional sake ceremony involving breaking open a cask with mallets before serving us all with the contents.
There has been so much Disney dining news lately, that it warranted its own round-up. From restaurant openings to revamps to new menus, there’s a lot happening in this month’s news.
Beginning November 1, Disney’s Hollywood Studios will have another morning dining option when the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater starts serving breakfast. This seasonal offering will be a prix-fixe breakfast that will include breakfast pastries and choice of appetizer, entrée and non-alcoholic beverage.
Morimoto Asia, a highly anticipated collaboration between Chef Masaharu Morimoto and Patina Restaurant Group, has announced it will open at Disney Springs on September 30.
The restaurant will be the Japanese master chef’s first pan-Asian dining experience, and the menu will feature Chef Morimoto’s eclectic take on his favorite Asian flavors including moo shu pork, Peking duck, lobster chow fun, sweet and sour crispy whole fish, and kung pao chicken.
Walt Disney World has announced two new restaurants that will be located in their new Disney Springs project. They will be called Morimoto Asia, and The BOATHOUSE (no, I’m not sure why all caps either).
Morimoto Asia is named for famed Master Chef Masaharu Morimoto, and will be the Iron Chef’s first-ever pan-Asian restaurant. It will feature cuisine from across that continent.
The two-story restaurant will feature waterside seating, terraces, a grand hall, and a cocktail lounge. Food will be cooked in exhibition kitchens, and include Peking duck carving and dim sum.