Restaurant openings: Six new spots where you can put on the feedbag

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Toasted's blackberry melt, with fontina, arugula and fresh berries - PHOTO VIA TOASTED ON FACEBOOK
  • photo via Toasted on Facebook
  • Toasted's blackberry melt, with fontina, arugula and fresh berries

A second Toasted Crafted Grilled Cheese & Burgers is officially open on Narcoossee Road in Lake Nona.

5 & Diner, a ’50s-style diner with 12 signature burgers and breakfast service, has opened in Avalon Park.



The Shisha Bowl, serving up hookah pipes, craft beers and kava shots, has opened on East Washington Street. 

Pier 407 Cajun Crab & Seafood has opened in the former Dawat/Kurry & Kabab Express space on East Colonial Drive near Rouse Road. 



Also on East Colonial Drive, a second Korea House (this one serving Korean barbecue) is open in the space briefly home to Bamboo Sushi.

North Quarter Tavern, on the first floor of the NORA apartments next to Citrus Restaurant, opens tonight.

The staff of the new North Quarter Tavern can't wait to meet you! - PHOTO VIA NORTH QUARTER TAVERN ON FACEBOOK
  • photo via North Quarter Tavern on Facebook
  • The staff of the new North Quarter Tavern can't wait to meet you!

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