Magical Dining Month will span three months this year, starting Aug. 29

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If you didn't get enough stellar dining deals during Bite30 last month, VisitOrlando's Magical Dining Month (MDM) is coming up, starting Aug. 29.

For its 11th year, MDM will span three months, ending on Oct. 2, and featuring 90 restaurants' three-course prix fixe dinners for $33 per person. Of the participating restaurants, two have been fixtures on the list for more than 10 years (Emeril's Tchoup Chop and Everglades), 22 of them are hotel restaurants, and 35 of them have participated for five years or more. 



New restaurants this year include STK, Morimoto Asia, Osprey Tavern, Urbain 40 and Tapa Toro, among the 13 new restos participating this year. 

Last year, MDM raised more than $165,000 for ELEVATE Orlando, and this year, $1 from each meal will go to the Russell Home for Atypical Children, so every calorie will be consumed for a very good cause.



Get a full list of restaurants and menus here. And start making reservations on OpenTable.com

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