In this week’s Orlando dining news round-up: special menus, charity events, free doughnuts, and more. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
Through September 30, restaurant-goers are invited to ‘Chip in the Fight Against Cancer‘ at all Tijuana Flats locations. The initiative will benefit Florida Hospital for Children and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF).
One of my favorite monthly meet-ups is the #SandwichEatUp, where people get together to enjoy a sandwich at an area restaurant, and make new friends. Last week, the meet-up returned to Hot Krust in Dr. Phillips, and it was a fun time for all.
Hot Krust is located in Phillips Crossing, where Sand Lake Rd and Turkey Lake Rd meet. It’ll be celebrating its second anniversary in business this month, and it’s a popular place because its ingredients are fresh and the meat is nitrate-free, roasted in house.
On December 10, a bunch of local bloggers and sandwich lovers descended upon Pom Pom’s Tea House & Sandwicheria in Orlando for the third edition of #SandwichEatUp.
Biggie from Deli Fresh Threads conceived of the meetup because he loves sandwiches and he wanted to meet others who love sandwiches. In fact, he took the group photo above.
First off, Pom Pom’s was a great choice as they had a wide variety of sandwiches in many unusual combinations. I ordered a #3 – turkey, ginger-cranberry chutney, cream cheese, smoked gouda and red onion on pumpernickle bread($7) – and made it a combo with a side & tea for an extra $3.50. I chose the side special of the day, spicy mac & cheese, which was like mac & cheese with pico de gallo in it.