A new restaurant is moving into the former Nova space in Ivanhoe Village

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PHOTO VIA STIR RESTAURANT AND BAR/FACEBOOK
  • Photo via Stir Restaurant and Bar/Facebook
Orlando is getting more brunch and American fare with a new restaurant that is moving into the former Nova Restaurant space in Ivanhoe Village.

Dallas Cowboys lineman and Seminole High School alum Kadeem Edwards is working with former Park Station investor Blake Levison on the new spot, Stir Restaurant and Bar.



Although an opening date hasn't been announced for the new restaurant at 1409 N. Orange Ave., you can stay up to date by following their Facebook page.

The space was previously occupied by the "farm-to-table"-themed Nova Restaurant, which shut its doors in 2017 a little less than two years after opening.



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