BY MICHELLE SPITZER
ORLANDO LOCAL EXPERT
Looking for good eats? This list has what you need. Adventurous eaters (and their less-interesting counterparts) are going to find plenty to get excited about. There’s small plates, big plates, burgers, sushi, and the Glass House, which offers picturesque baked goods as well as breakfast and lunch offerings.
Over in SoDo there’s a new tavern in town, Delaney’s to be exact, which puts a twist on new American cuisine. If you’re looking for something to satisfy all the picky eaters in your group, head to Café TuTu Tango. There is something on that menu for everyone, whether it’s brunch, lunch or dinner. Plus, the atmosphere is a feast for your eyes. Seeking some good, quick grub, the new Lime Fresh Mexican Grill in Lake Nona is where you want to head. If more upscale is your thing: Capa is the place to go. The rooftop restaurant at Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World. It’s truly a memorable dining experience.
This fast-casual restaurant opened in November 2020 and is quickly gaining a following for its fresh, delicious Mexican food. You won’t find any microwaves or freezers here and you can expect your food in 10 minutes or less. There are a handful of Lime restaurants in South Florida, but the menu for this Lake Nona location is slightly different. You’ll find all the typical dishes –” tacos, burritos, quesadillas –” but you’ll also want to try the cheesy portabella empanadas made with cheddar and Chihuahua cheeses. And save room for the churro bites. The restaurant also has a great indoor/outdoor bar and outdoor seating.
Recommended for New and Popular Restaurants because: Delicious, quick food in an inviting atmosphere. Bonus it has something for many dietary restrictions.
Michelle’s expert tip: Pay attention to the music playing. The tunes were strategically picked with the perfect amount of beats to keep you in that sweet Zen zone.
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