Hawkers Asian Street Fare opens Windermere location on April 18

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While we've been hemming and hawing over Orlando's taco boom, Hawkers has been quietly growing their Asian tapas-style street food empire.

The original Mills 50 location is still bursting at the seams with patrons night after night, but now Kaleb Harrell and team have four locations in Florida (Jascksonville, St. Pete and Neptune Beach) and are planning two more, one in Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward and a Delray Beach location. Those two locations are planned to open later this year.



Their fifth location will be a second Central Florida store located in Windermere right next to the Isleworth Golf & Country Club. The new restaurant will open on April 18.

A couple of new features come with the 4,500-square-foot space: Expanded hours include a new late-night happy hour starting at 10 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, running until 11 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday and until 12:30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.



The Windermere location will also feature a dog-friendly patio area so you can slip Rover a bite of roti under the table.

Hawkers Asian Street Fare – Windermere
9100 Conroy Windermere Road, Suite 100
eathawkers.com

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