We've got estimated opening dates for the College Park PR's Taco Palace and RusTeak

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The Winter Park PR's, via PR's Taco Palace. Will their College Park space look like this?

Already home to many delicious restaurants (for instance, Hubbly Bubbly and K Restaurant! And we can't forget Christo's), the College Park neighborhood will welcome two new foodie spots to its landscape in the coming months:

After rumored opening dates have come and gone, the College Park PR's Taco Palace, moving into the Smith Street space once occupied by Taste Restaurant, is finally back on track. Owner Perry Inman worked through some issues with the city and is planning on a late October/early November opening. Halloween taco salads, anyone?

RusTeak Restaurant & Wine Bar has announced its soft opening on Sept. 15, followed by a grand opening on Oct. 3. We reported earlier this summer that the gastropub would take over the former Hangar Bar & Grille space at 2305 Edgewater Drive in College Park. We're super-excited to get the chance to sample the well-reviewed eatery's huge menu without having to trek all the way out to the original location in Ocoee. We can almost taste the seared scallop ratatouille, topped with bacon brussels sprouts and and truffle oil. Mmmm.


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