Bite30 restaurants: All of our critics' reviews in one place

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Carmel Café (photo by Rob Bartlett)
  • Carmel Café (photo by Rob Bartlett)

Here is a list of restaurants participating in Bite30 so far, with links to Orlando Weekly's reviews (those not reviewed are noted). Click on linked names to get some idea of what we thought when we visited (which, in a few cases, was a while ago! Just sayin').

You, of course, are going to form your own opinions when you visit these places and try their special Bite30 prix fixe menus, which are posted here. Feel free to post your strongly-agree/strongly-disagree comments below — we'd love to hear your take!

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Santiago's Bodega (photo by Rob Bartlett)
  • Santiago's Bodega (photo by Rob Bartlett)

Carmel Café (photo by Rob Bartlett)

Artisan's Table (not reviewed yet

but soon!)

B&B Junction

Blackfin (not reviewed yet)

Carmel Café

Church Street Tavern (not reviewed yet)

Citrus Restaurant

Cityfish

Gnarly Barley

Iza Tapas Bar

K Restaurant

Le Coq au Vin

Marlow's Tavern

Maxine's on Shine

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Santiago's Bodega (photo by Rob Bartlett)

Nona Tap Room

Park Plaza Gardens

Paxia

Rangetsu

The Rusty Spoon

Santiago's Bodega

The Strand

Sushi Lola's

Tartini Pizzeria & Spaghetteria

Taverna Yamas (not reviewed yet)

Txokos Basque Kitchen

Zaza New Cuban Diner

 

 

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