Bite30, Orlando Weekly's monthlong celebration of dining out, starts today


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June may be the month where we all start sweating a little more, but thanks to Bite30, we also see an uptick in our salivation. That’s because Orlando Weekly teams up with some of the best restaurants in the area to offer up special prix fixe menus for a whole month.

So you (and we) get to try a wide range of culinary delights from each spot, often for the price of a regular entrée. Whether you’re dropping $15 on lunch or $30 on dinner, you’re getting one or two extra courses for next to nothing. The only catch is that you may have to ask for the Bite30 menu when you’re seated.

Participating restos run the gamut from modern American (Nova, Smiling Bison) to Asian (Baoery, Kabooki Sushi), so even the pickiest of diners should be able to find an option that whets their appetite. Check out the full list of participating restaurants and their menus at, and while you’re there pick up tickets for Bite Night at the Orchid Garden on June 27. That’s when you’ll get to stuff yourself with food and drink from tons of local purveyors while enjoying special live entertainment during our celebration of Central Florida’s dining scene. Bon appetit! 


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