Piano restaurant planned for Hannibal Square in Winter Park


The restaurant will be at the corner of West New England Avenue and East Hannibal Square. - IMAGE VIA GOOGLE STREET VIEW
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  • The restaurant will be at the corner of West New England Avenue and East Hannibal Square.

A piano restaurant is opening in Winter Park's Hannibal Square.

According to the Orlando Business Journal, Cafe-Boutique Piano will open at 558 W. New England Ave., across from Chez Vincent and Hannibal's on the Square, in the former "Classic Iron Beds" space.

While the ownership group didn't speak with the publication, their representative shared that it would focus on European cuisine with a nightly piano accompaniment on an antique piano. The restaurant known as Cafe-Boutique Piano will seat 36 people across 1,200 square feet.

The restaurant is expected to be open by 2022.

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