For my birthday this year, I choose to experience the Visit Orlando Magical Dining menu at Amatista Cookhouse at Loew’s Sapphire Falls Resort, and my guest and I tried nearly everything off the MD menu.
Visit Orlando has just announced it is extending this year’s Magical Dining promotion two more weeks, with a new end date of October 17, 2021.
One of the best Central Florida foodie events of the year returns August 27 as Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining event kicks off its 2021 edition citywide.
During Magical Dining, which will run through October 3, participating Orlando-area restaurants will be offering a $37 three-course prix fixe dinner menu showcasing the best of their dishes.
Frontier Airlines and Visit Orlando are partnering with Orlando’s Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Gatorland, SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium, and Wild Florida, to vote on a favorite Florida animal to adorn a Frontier Airlines plane tail.
Orange County And Visit Orlando are partnering once again for the return of “#407Day” on April 7, 2021.
To wrap up 2020, Visit Orlando announced the hiring of new President and Chief Executive Officer Casandra Matej to lead the destination marketing organization.
Visit Orlando has teamed up with low-fare carrier Frontier Airlines for a promotion aimed at consumers who #LoveOrlando, making it easier to visit here with a limited promotion offering free flights to those named Orlando.
The best foodie event of the year returns August 28 as Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining event kicks off its 2020 edition.
During Magical Dining, which will run through October 4, participating restaurants will be offering a $35 three-course prix fixe dinner menu showcasing the best of their dishes. It’s a great way to try new restaurants on your list, or rediscover old favorites.
At yesterday’s annual State of the County address, Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings announced a new campaign the county has launched, called “Safer, Stronger, Together.”
The campaign seeks to further encourage business and resident participation in COVID-19 safety guidelines, and invites consumers to positively support businesses that adhere to strong, visible safe measures.
Orange County and Visit Orlando have partnered together again on a new promotion to help local restaurants, called “407 Dates.”
Through “407 Dates,” residents can enjoy virtual events each Friday and Saturday evening such as live-streamed music concerts, interactive Orlando-themed trivia shows and world-class theme park entertainment, as they order takeout/delivery found on the Orlando To Go website with over 500 local restaurants on VisitOrlando.com/togo.
Orange County and Visit Orlando have partnered together to announce this Tuesday, April 7 (4/07), as “#407Day” for residents to show support for local restaurants and their employees.
With recent restrictions put into place by the state, counties, and cities in Central Florida, dining in restaurants just isn’t happening right now.
But that doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t enjoy your favorite restaurant at all.
Many Orlando-area restaurants have adapted their offerings to service hungry patrons via take-out and delivery, and while we’ve covered some via our social media and our updated list of closures/postponements/cancellations, thankfully there are several other resources also finding restaurants still serving.
If you’ve been thinking of gifting an annual pass to a local theme park or attraction to a loved one (or yourself), or giving other local gifts, here are some great 2019 Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals you should be aware of.
The best foodie event of the year returns August 23 as Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining event kicks off with over 120 participating restaurants.
From August 23 to September 30, all of these fine dining restaurants will be offering a $35 three-course prix fixe dinner menu showcasing the best of their dishes. It’s a great way to try new restaurants on your list, or rediscover old favorites.