Category: dining

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A long-time local Turkish restaurateur has reintroduced her skewered specialties at Lale. Where’s that, you ask? This tiny culinary treasure can be found hiding in plain sight on Park Avenue South. It’ll be worth your while to find it.
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Outpost Kitchen in Maitland charms with Southern cooking and an ambiance that celebrates local people and places. Here, the descriptor ‘neighborhood restaurant’ is literally true.
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Hen & Hog offers seriously delicious fare in an unassuming setting. You might recall the chef, who has cooked in some of the region’s finest kitchens and is now pouring heart and soul into his new venture.
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The homegrown restaurant, long a favorite, is better than ever with its creative twists on classic dishes, thanks to a culinary dream team that’s clicking (and cooking) on all cylinders.
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Hey, there’s a new kid on the historic block! Meet Ava MediterrAegean, which is dressy, classy, sassy and attracts those who wish to see and be seen. Best of all, the food is generally equal to the considerable hype.
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Orlando Meats is a destination for simple yet innovative meals made by obsessive chefs who gave up trying to explain what goes into their offerings. You just need to trust these guys.
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You’ll find a thriving ‘counter culture’ at Soseki, where the showy chefs serve what suits them (and you) without ever being snooty about it.
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It’s tough being a restaurateur these days. But Café de France, through thick and thin, has persevered and continues to please its fans by ‘being what it has always been.’