F+D Woodfired Italian Kitchen opens third restaurant in Winter Park


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F&D Woodfired Italian Kitchen opened the doors to its third location on Tuesday, bringing its signature wood-fired pizza to Winter Park foodies.

F&D has managed to open two restaurants — the Winter Park location being the newest — during the pandemic, with more expansions planned, which is no mean feat these days.

Charly Robinson, owner and founder of F&D, credits the customers for their growth.

"We've seen incredible growth for the F&D Woodfired Italian Kitchen concept, purely because of the demand," said Robinson in a press statement. "Once people taste our food, they taste the difference. We're excited to introduce a new neighborhood to our food in Winter Park."

The new eatery will feature the same menu as its Hourglass District and Longwood locations, with favorites like the Queen Bee pizza, Cacio e Pepe and Bolognese Lasagna.

The new F&D is located at 1965 Aloma Ave., Winter Park, replacing the Rice and Beans Cocina Latina.

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