If you love food, chances are you love a good burger, and starting today, November 4, the Orlando Weekly is hosting its annual Orlando Burger Week.
Through November 18, 2020, participating restaurants will be offering $5 burger specials to enjoy (most available for take out for an additional $5 fee).
Here is the latest Central Florida foodie and dining news to report on, including several charity events, food events, restaurant and grocer openings, and so much more.
Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
October 4, is National Taco Day, and several restaurants in Central Florida are offering deals and specials to honor the day.
Whether you like traditional tacos, or fast food ones (hey, we don’t judge), this is where you can score some cheap tacos and other taco fun:
It’s no secret (at least to those of us who live here) that Orlando is an amazing city for foodies, and if you love tacos, you’ll definitely want to take part in the return of Orlando Weekly’s Taco Week.
From September 23 through October 7, participating restaurants will be offering $5 taco specials to enjoy (most available for take out for an additional $5 fee).
In this week’s dining news round-up, Kappo Closes, Lucky’s Market and The Ganachery to open, and Emeril Lagasse gets postponed, plus much more. Ready?
Kappo at East End Market will close by the end of the year, according to the owners. The trio, comprised of Lordfer Lalicon, Jen Banagale and Mark Berdin, struggled earlier this year when health inspectors insisted a plastic sneeze guard had to be installed at the seven seat bar, and in a statement, they said December will be the last month of their Omakase service.