Central Florida Restaurant Openings And Closures

Central Florida Restaurant Openings And Closures

Central Florida restaurant openings and closures. In the dynamic culinary landscape of Orlando, change is a constant, with fresh eateries sprouting up and established favorites undergoing exciting transformations. Here’s the latest scoop on Central Florida restaurant openings and closures:

New Dining Spots

Debonair Supper Club:
A highly anticipated, ultra-chic dining establishment is expected to make waves at its downtown location, 183 S. Orange Ave. This venue, formerly occupied by Chela Tequila & Tacos, is getting ready to unveil a high-tech and stylish experience under the culinary stewardship of former Walt Disney World sous chef, Thomas Wilkinson.

Zymarium Meadery: Nestled at 1121 N. Mills Ave., this meadery is now open and ready to fascinate patrons with its artisanal meads, crafted from the rich flavors of Florida honey and fruits.

Pho Ga Hien Vuong: The creative brains behind Z Asian Vietnamese Kitchen are set to introduce Pho Ga Hien Vuong, their alluring chicken pho concept, on September 9th, at 5282 W. Colonial Drive. Alongside the beloved Vietnamese chicken soup, the menu will feature eats like com ga hai nam (Hainanese-style chicken and rice) and goi ga (chicken salad), among other delectable chicken dishes. This launch overlaps with Z Asian’s shift towards a street food-focused menu, offering mouthwatering items such as lamb chops with spicy sauce, grilled lobster, soft-shell crab, and crab-fried rice.

I Love Orlando Cafe: Await the arrival of this charming cafe this fall at 151 E. Washington St., just opposite Lake Eola Park. Patrons can enjoy a delightful breakfast selection along with a variety of smoothies, ice cream, wine, and beer.

Tous Les Jours: Orlando extends a warm welcome to the Korean bakery franchise, Tous Les Jours, now open at 5555 S. Kirkman Road, near Vineland Road.

Woochi Japanese Fusion & Bar: Leesburg residents can now indulge in a diverse assortment of Japanese cuisine at Woochi, located within the Shoppes of Lake Village. The menu extends from katsu to hibachi, sushi, and hand rolls.

Quesa Loco: This popular birria hotspot has expanded with a new location in Apopka, situated at 2107 E. Semoran Blvd.

Central Florida Restaurant Closures

Bagel Dudes:
Unfortunately, Bagel Dudes has closed their downtown location at 55 W. Church St., closing its doors less than two months after the grand opening. A sign on the door simply conveys the message, “Dear Customers: Sadly this location didn’t work out for us. We are permanently closed.” Nevertheless, their establishment at 211 W. Fairbanks Ave. remains in operation, with another location slated to open soon next to Gator’s Dockside in the SoDo Shopping Center.

As Orlando’s culinary landscape continues to evolve, keep your senses tuned for more exciting developments and culinary adventures on the horizon!

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