Visit Orlando's Magical Dining Month celebrates 16th anniversary with more discount offers


Visit Orlando's Magic Dining is coming back in August with a renewed list of restaurants and hotels for affordable prices. - VIA VISIT ORLANDO/INSTAGRAM
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  • Visit Orlando's Magic Dining is coming back in August with a renewed list of restaurants and hotels for affordable prices.
Magical Dining Month is back in 2021, bringing more-affordable eats from some of Orlando's most beloved restaurants.

Visit Orlando's annual culinary celebration is coming back from Aug. 27 to Oct. 3 with a longer list of participating venues to celebrate their 16th year of providing Orlandoans with access to the most popular restaurants for an affordable price.

What started as a tourist-area promotion, comprising mainly I-Drive and theme park-area restaurants, has inched its way farther into the "real" Orlando. The Ravenous Pig, the Strand, the Melting Pot, Jaleo at Disney Springs and 76 more restaurants will participate in the event, offering up three-course meals for just $37 per person. Menus vary from vegan and gluten-free to steak and seafood and will be updated throughout the promotion.

This year, hotel and resorts offers will also be available to visitors, providing up to 40 percent discounts and money vouchers so they can go on a little vacation while never leaving the city. Visitors are encouraged to make reservations and check back on the list of restaurants to find the perfect place to enjoy that family dinner or dinner date that they have been craving.

If you don't want to wait until the end of August to get chowing, Orlando Weekly's own Bite30 is entering its final week. Bon appétit! ¡Buen provecho! Desfrute de sua refeição! Eat up.

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