Through May 12 – Orlando Restaurant Week
Go ahead and call us gluttonous. But with the release of OW’s annual dining guide BITE and the start of Orlando Restaurant Week, the only sin we’ll attest to is an overindulgence in local cuisine. And why not? This year’s Restaurant Week touts more than 30 area eateries, each serving up two- and three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus (with pricing options of $10, $15, $25 and $35), with choices for every appetite: mix-and-match burger combos from downtown Orlando’s Pine Twenty2, tacos and craft beer from SoDo newbie the Gnarly Barley, Greek-inspired bites at Pointe Orlando’s Taverna Opa. Locavores relish in staples like K Restaurant and the Rusty Spoon, while others fancy their fine-dining fix at the Capital Grille, the Oceanaire and Spencer’s for Steaks & Chops. Here’s your chance to nosh your way around hot spots in Orlando’s culinary scene. And to add fire to the flame, OW Food and Drink Editor Jessica Bryce Young challenges Restaurant Week diners to an eat-and-snap bout, calling for shots of your edible adventures to be shared via Twitter, Instagram and Foodspotting. – Aimee Vitek
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