Mooby’s is the fictional fast food restaurant popularized by Smith’s Jay and Silent Bob franchise, and Smith has been operating short pop-ups of the restaurant around North America for fans to enjoy.
There will be limited seating due to pandemic safety protocols, so the pop-up is operating on a ticketed system.
Each ticket includes a Mooby’s Meal with your selections of a Moo Main + Salt Lick Side (vegan options will be available for those wondering).
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As we told you last week on our social media, director/writer/actor/etc Kevin Smith was planning to bring his Mooby’s pop-up to Orlando next month. Today I have all the details you need to know, including dates and when tickets go on sale.
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).
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).
Looking for a place to celebrate the end of 2014 and the arrival of the new year? Then check out this list of options to ring in 2015 here in Orlando.
From the theme parks to massive parties to low key celebrations to family events, here are our picks for celebrating New Year’s Eve in the Orlando area. Some are even free:
Looking for a nice place to dine with your mom this weekend for Mother’s Day? Here are CitySurfing Orlando’s picks for some ideas:
Orlando’s Retro-Rad Chef Emily Ellyn is competing in Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen” on February 15, and you can watch the episode with her, at a free viewing party at Tin Roof Orlando.
Show host Alton Brown was her mentor on “Next Food Network Star,” but now she’s competing for $25,000 as the hopeful winner of the network’s competition show, “Cutthroat Kitchen.”
The newest live music joint on International Drive is Tin Roof Orlando, and they’re celebration their Grand Opening on Saturday, January 24.
Their full menu will be available for purchase, and there will be drink specials for those 21 and over. There is no cover.
There will also be live music starting at noon (normally live music is Thurs-Sat nights starting at 10pm).
Taking the stage will be:
- David Oliver Willis – 12-130 pm
- Bryan Malpass – 2-4 pm
- Hayfire – 5-830 pm
- David and Whitney – 10 pm-close
Tin Roof Orlando, a new live music joins serving food and drinks, has announced they will soft open in time for those looking to celebrate New Year’s Eve.
It’s located in the new I-Drive 360 complex at 8371 International Dr, and they will open to the public December 30 from 8pm to midnight, with live music from BlackWater Trio. They will also be passing out samples of their food, and have a full bar available.
They will be open December 31, for those looking to ring in the new year here. There will be live music from The Unfair Advantage, champagne toast at midnight, a confetti canon, balloon drop, party favors and more. Doors open at 8pm, with free cover for the first 100 people. After that, it’s only $10 to party into 2015. VIP tables are available, too.