Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen set to open in Lake Nona in September

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  • Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen
We first told you about Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen, the new concept by the Tavistock Restaurant Collection, back in March. We now have some additional details.

The cornerstone restaurant of the Lake Nona Town Center doesn't seem to veer far from Tavistock's other Lake Nona resto – Canvas Restaurant & Market – insofar as their menu is concerned. "Modern American" fare is what's promised with "healthy and indulgent" options.



The 256-seat restaurant has been purposefully designed to foster an environment where guests can "connect, dine and unwind."

The tables inside the solarium with views of Lake Nona Town Center’s community art installation, “The Beacon,” could be the most sought-after judging from the render:
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  • Solarium
Take look at some of the other renders:
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  • Tavistock Restaurant Collection

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  • Tavistock Restaurant Collection

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  • Tavistock Restaurant Collection
The restaurant will open in September for lunch and dinner.



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