Tagged: Restaurant Review

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Winter Springs says ‘Aloha’ to Big Kahuna’s raw-fish island bowls

Poké go This time last summer, poké – Hawaii’s latest contribution to the culinary-industrial complex – took the U.S. mainland by storm (except Cali, where it was already well-established). Folks everywhere were suddenly hooked on the bracing bricolage of fish and rice and assorted pickles and toppings.… Ceative Solutions for Your Business…

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The Petrakis restaurateurs grow their culinary commonwealth with Polite Pig

The Empire Smokes Back Many a restaurant mogul of late has made the ego trip to Disney Springs, where riches – in the form of famished and weary travelers from near and far – await to be exploited. So far, these celebrated culinarians have brought national and international star power to gastronomy’s Olympic Village, but now we (and those tourists) can help fatten the coffers of some of our very own local notables.… Ceative Solutions for Your Business…

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The Pie Orlando’s square pizzas offer a slice of pizza pulchritude

Rome if you want to When I strolled the various vias and piazzas of Rome, I couldn’t resist stopping every half-hour for a doppio macchiato and a scoop of stracciatella. It posed a true test of intestinal fortitude – all the more so when the enticing wafts of pizza al taglio lured us into one or another of the many little pizzerias we happened upon.… Ceative Solutions for Your Business…

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Tin & Taco is posher than your average taqueria

They’re crafty Evidently there was a need for a slightly more posh taqueria in downtown Orlando, so Rob Bair opened Tin & Taco for the adventurous palate. These are “craft” tacos being assembled here, don’t you know, and they’re served with frightfully good craft beer and “craft” sodas.… Ceative Solutions for Your Business…