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When you want something kind of healthy that isn’t a salad, head to Da Kine Poke for some food that won’t leave you hungry in an hour.
You might not expect to find great southern food in Orlando, but The Coop in Winter Park is here to prove you wrong.
If you only go to brunch once in Orlando, make sure it’s at Se7en Bites Bake Shop in the Milk District.
Dandelion Communitea Cafe in Thornton Park is the place to go for some vegan food that’ll help you forget the tacos you ate at 3am.
You’ve had good barbecue before, but when you want brisket tacos or a pulled pork bahn mi, head to Pig Floyd’s in Mills 50.
When a wall of tequila sounds like fun, head to Rocco’s Tacos and Tequila Bar on Sand Lake and make sure to get some food to help.
Santiago’s Bodega in Mills 50 has a wide range of tapas for dinner and a great brunch buffet and patio for lazy weekends.
When you need a spot that’ll please everyone in your party, and a drink list to help you forget planning the dinner, go to Rusteak in College Park.
Head downtown to Ceviche for the paella and tapas, but stay for the sangria and flamenco.
The next time you want ramen, wontons, or about 50 other dishes from across Asia, check out Hawkers in Mills 50.
If Cocina 214’s 12 different types of margaritas don’t sell you on this Winter Park spot, we’re betting their Tex-Mex will.
The patio at Soco in Thorton Park is a great place to go for brunch, and then drink on the patio for the rest of the day.
Next time you have something to celebrate, or when you just want to make Wednesday feel less like a Wednesday, head to Luma on Park.
Part Italian specialties shop, part restaurant, go to Antonio’s in Maitland to pick up some wine and cheese, or stay for lunch and have some pasta.
With a dining room, bar, and tap room, The Ravenous Pig in Winter Park is the answer to just about any dinner situation.