Rusteak is now open in College Park

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After some false starts on location, Rusteak Restaurant and Wine Bar in College Park has found a second home and settled in, and they're ready to serve you one of their signature burgers right meow.

After an initial rumor that they'd be taking over the Harmoni Market > Wildside BBQ > Hangar Bar & Grille space at the corner of Edgewater and Vassar, the owners of the Ocoee gastropub decided instead to take over the Scruffy Murphy's > O-Town space a few blocks down Edgewater at the corner of Winter Park

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Here's our review of the original Rusteak in Ocoee. As for the new Rusteak, you can follow their Facebook page or check out their website – so far they haven't listed a College Park menu, though we hear it will be slightly different than the Ocoee flagship. Our guess is that it will focus more heavily on the upscale burgers and gourmet flatbreads created by CIA-trained chefs Danny Otero and Mike Antol, and a killer wine list, while perhaps backpedaling on the enormous variety of dishes served at the first location.

But don't just go by our idle guesses – stop by and check it out for yourself.

Rusteak at College Park, 2625 Edgewater Drive, 407-540-1100

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