Gnarly Barley announces upcoming move to Ivanhoe Village

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Now imagine this in Ivanhoe … - PHOTO COURTESY GNARLEY BARLEY/FACEBOOK
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  • Now imagine this in Ivanhoe …
Orlando restaurant the Gnarly Barley will soon be shifting its base of operations from Belle Isle to Ivanhoe Village soon.

The Barley is set to decamp from its current locale and take up operations at 1407 N. Orange Ave., across the street from Lake Ivanhoe. This will put Gnarly Barley closer to sibling GB’s Bottle Shop — and it's always nice when family can be closer together — and allow them space to stretch out.



The big move isn't going to happen until the autumn, and until then the restaurant will operate in its current space. The larger Ivanhoe space — which has seen an unlucky succession of restaurant concepts from Sette to  Nova Scratch Kitchen — will offer an expanded menu.


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