After a long day at work, on the golf course, or riding Flight of the Hippogriff 12 times, you just want to go somewhere for dinner that you know will be good and that everyone you’re with will like. For us, that’s The Ravenous Pig. This neighborhood restaurant and bar in Winter Park has a dining room for larger groups, a bar for when you pop in solo, and a tap room if you just want to grab a snack and try a few of their beers brewed on-site. The seasonal menu includes everything from oysters and shrimp and grits, to braised pork belly and a short rib brisket burger that you’ll be thinking about at Epcot the next day.
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The Glass Knife
If you need something sweet, or just want to feel like you’re stepping into Alice In Wonderland, head to The Glass Knife in Winter Park.
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.
You might not expect to find great southern food in Orlando, but The Coop in Winter Park is here to prove you wrong.
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Rusteak Restaurant & Wine Bar
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.
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.
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.
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Mathers Social Gathering
If you dream of being someone who sips drinks in an ornate study, Mathers Social Gathering in downtown will be your favorite bar.
The Stubborn Mule
When one drink turns into many, head to the Stubborn Mule in Thornton Park for a recovery brunch and mimosas.
Head to Kadence in Audubon Park for incredible sushi in a building that looks like a modern art museum.
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