Orlando Dining News Round-Up June 3, 2016: The Ravenous Pig, Dandelion Communitea Cafe, CaddyShanks

In this week’s Orlando dining news round-up: special dinners, limited menus, new openings, and a few closings. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…

The Ravenous Pig

The Ravenous Pig has ended their lunch menu and are now only serving a dinner menu. The good news is they have also launched a new summer dinner menu with items like King Salmon, Seminole Pride Beef, Raw Oysters and Brandade Ravioli. (Above photo courtesy The Ravenous Pig)

Sister restaurant Cask & Larder is now open on Mondays starting June 6. To celebrate the first Monday, they are offering Pig Head Carnitas Steam Buns & 2 Beers for $25

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Enjoy a Full Moon Circle on December 17 at Dandelion Communitea Cafe in Orlando

Full MoonTo help the Orlando community connect with the lunar cycle, Dandelion Communitea Cafe celebrates the New Moon and Full Moon with community circles. The next circle will be on December 17.

These family-friendly events feature drumming, dance, chanting, singing, local artists, healing, and much more.

Meditation, massage, reiki, flutes, guitars, frame drums, tablas, and other musical instruments of a softer volume are welcome.

Dandelion Communitea Cafe is located at 618 Thornton Ave in Orlando.

Dandelion Communitea Cafe Holds Sparkle Artisan Market on December 8, 2013

Dandelion Communitea Cafe Sparkle Artisan MarketThe 7th annual Sparkle Artisan Market will take place on December 8th, from 11am – 5pm in the parking lot outside of Dandelion Communitea Cafe.

The event will feature over 30 local artists, crafters, jewelry makers and hand-made vendors with wares for sale.

There will also be dance and music performances throughout the day, as well as an art table for kids. Beverages and drinks will be for sale inside the cafe.

The event is free to attend.

Dandelion Communitea Cafe is located at 618 Thornton Ave in Orlando.

Taste of Mills 50 in September

At the intersection of N. Mills and Hwy. 50 (also known as E. Colonial Dr.) is a growing community of businesses that have banded together to help promote the area and bring in customers.

Among the businesses in that area are Funky Monkey Wine Co, Seven Sisters Coffee, Dandelion CommuniTea Cafe and Viet Garden Restaurant.

On September 18, 2010, the area will be holding the first Taste of Mills 50, featuring food, art and music.

Tickets are only $10 and will be available at the event. I’m not sure what restaurants and other businesses are participating.

If you want more information on the event, visit Mills50.org.

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