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Farewell Lil Indies, hello Daughters & Co.

Readers react to news that Will’s Pub offshoot Lil Indies will rebrand as craft cocktail bar

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Farwell Lil Indies, hello Daughters & Co.

I’m excited for Ms. McGavock, because her presence and cocktails rocked The Courtesy, but simultaneously sad to see Lil Indies go, because I appreciated the low-key, quiet, calm atmosphere accompanied by amazing craft beer and wines. (“Will’s Pub starts serving liquor in April, plus Lil Indies becomes Daughters & Co.,” March 17, blogs.orlandoweekly.com)
Thorn Nugent, via orlandoweekly.com

Super excited to hear about the new format! I liked Lil Indies, but this new one will likely be a draw for me, as opposed to kinda just another cool place that was one among many choices.

Also, yay on the smoking ban!
Frost, via orlandoweekly.com

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