Magical Dining month begins in Orlando
Starting August 28th and running through October 4th, patrons can visit participating restaurants and enjoy a three-course prix-fixe meal for only $35.00! The organization, led by Orlando nonprofit 4Roots, has already served nearly 1 million meals in the region this year.
Supporting a great cause, $1 from every meal served gets donated to Feed the Need Florida, which works to provide deserving families with healthy food during the COVID crisis. Participating restaurants will also give you the option to donate even more. Feed the Need with your meal. It’s your opportunity to sample some of Orlando’s best dining while supporting one of our most deserving causes. While there are 53 restaurants in the Orlando area that are participating in the event. Here are just a few of the top restaurants that are participating. Some of the top participating restaurants include:
Paddlefish – Disney Springs
Paddlefish is an iconic restaurant, bar, and special events venue located aboard a reimagined, modern, and luxurious steamboat offering live entertainment. Docked on the shores of Lake Buena Vista, Paddlefish is the only restaurant in Disney Springs to offer king and snow crab and rooftop-level, waterfront seating. We are proud to celebrate and share the fresh seafood catches of our nation’s robust and abundant waters.
Our nets and rods are cast wide from the gulf to the east and west coasts to capture the tastiest seafood we can serve to our guests. Our adventurous and well-traveled vessel has influenced our menu selections. Led by Executive Chef Steve Richard. At Paddlefish, we are passionate about authenticity, quality, and providing couples, families, and kids a unique dining experience. Our culinary “show” will engage your appetite and heighten your anticipation as we boil, steam, grill, and roast your meal.
La Luce – Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek
Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek’s signature restaurant is inspired by famed Napa Valley chef and restaurateur Donna Scala. At La Luce, the preparation of your meal has begun long before you arrive. Dishes are prepared with the freshest local ingredients and contain nothing more or less than they need for absolute perfection and balance. Combining Italian tradition and Californian innovation. And with a liberal dash of Napa Valley’s unique approach to freshness and flavor threw in. The menu at La Luce effortlessly marries old-world technique with nouveau chic.
This modern Italian country kitchen serves dinner nightly and features thin-crust pizzas, family-style portions of pasta, Mediterranean-inspired drinks, and a trattoria-style wine program. Due to limited seating capacity at participating restaurants. You’re encouraged to make reservations as early as possible to help ensure that you’ll be able to enjoy it. Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining on your preferred dates and times.
Bites and Bubbles
Bites & Bubbles in the heart of the Mills 50 District of Downtown Orlando. It is an American Restaurant with a French Kiss! Bubbles is the theme with bubble glass chandeliers throughout the cafe, “effervescent” walls, and an expansive bar with 60’s music playing in the background. The concept and the menu are the brainchildren of Eddie Nickell and Nicholas Olivieri.
Fleming’s in Dellagio Plaza adjacent to Sand Lake Road is located on Orlando’s Restaurant Row, and minutes from Interstate 4, Universal Studios, Orange County Convention Center and Walt Disney World. Come in and experience a world-class menu of hand-selected premium steaks paired with an award-winning list of 100 wines by the glass.
The Melting Pot
At The Melting Pot Restaurant, we offer a dining experience like no other. A unique, interactive dining experience creating memorable moments with family and friends. From the time the first piece of bread is dipped and the last piece of dessert is savored. You will be graced with the time to discover new things about people you thought you knew. And, those you’re getting to know.
Park Ave Magazine
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