We’re almost there…the end of 2020…and I know we all want to blow the doors off kicking this year gone this New Year’s Eve. But we’re also still in the pandemic, so we have to be careful about crowds and make sure we wear our masks.
If you choose to celebrate this New Year’s Eve outside of your house, do it safely, and perhaps at one of these picks which are either outdoors, limited capacity dinners and events, or take home dinner packages (prices do not include tax or gratuities):
We’re almost to the end of 2020 and Christmas is almost upon us. But with the pandemic affecting all of us, gatherings need to be smaller and safer.
If you’d like to eat out in a small group, or order for take-out to have at home, here are our picks for enjoying your Christmas dinner.
Please note: all take-out orders need to be pre-ordered for pick-up before the holiday, and many have deadlines as noted. Due to limited seating, reservations are recommended for in-person dining. Prices do not include taxes or gratuity.
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…
Here is the latest Central Florida foodie and dining news to report on, including Florida bars reopening, special celebrations, limited-time menus, restaurant openings and closings, and much more.
Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
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.
Bite30, Orlando Weekly’s annual month long “restaurant week” returns for 2020 from July 15 through August 16, with prix fixe menus from some of Orlando’s best restaurants.
During the foodie event, $30 will get the diner a full dinner of multiple courses showcasing the best of what each restaurant offers.
New for 2020, many of the participating restaurants will offer their Bite30 menus for takeout, for an additional $5, for those who don’t feel comfortable dining in a restaurant.
With Florida’s Phase 1 reopening plans, Orlando restaurants are allowed to reopen their doors for dine-in at 25% capacity, and these are the ones that have let us know their dining rooms are open.
It goes without saying to follow proper distancing and safety guidelines, and if you don’t feel comfortable sitting at a restaurant yet, many of these venues also offer take-out. Oh, and tip your servers well.
Swine & Sons in Winter Park is about to make picking up your favorite sandwich or quick meal a lot easier when it launches online ordering this Friday, February 5.
The eatery recently redid their website, and not only does it have a nice clean layout, if you look in the upper right corner, you’ll find the link to “Order Online.”
Gourmet restaurant Cask & Larder has announced that they will start serving lunch starting July 11, 2013.
They will be open from 11:30am until 2pm Wednesday through Saturday. Lunch will feature new dishes, including sandwiches and salads, as well as a few items from their dinner menu.
They will still be serving the brunch menu on Saturday and Sunday (opening at 10:30am on Sundays).
Dinner hours are 5:30pm to 10pm, and there is a bar late night menu that starts at 10pm.
Cask & Larder is located at 565 West Fairbanks Avenue in Winter Park