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Orlando Food News: Stackd Brownies, Golden Hour Wine, a Food Truck Park in the Creative Village, and More | Tip glass | Orlando

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OPENINGS: A new Food Truck Park will open in the Creative Village at 639 W. Robinson St. this autumn. It will also be the new home of Winter Park Distilling Co. and Bear & Peacock Brewery, which will close the doors of their current Winter Park tasting room on April 25th … Golden Hour Wine, a quaint and beautiful wine shop in Baldwin Park , opened at 1560 Lake Baldwin Lane. They offer responsibly harvested, carefully crafted boutique wines and deliver in the greater Orlando area … Ironically, Stackd Brownies opened on the ground floor of Primera Corporate Park in Lake Mary. They offer round pan brownies for a crispy edge with homemade buttercream in a range of flavors …

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  • 639 W. Robinson St., future location of a food truck park in the Creative Village

The old International Diamond Center area on the corner of Fairbanks and Park Avenue will soon be home to Rockstar Coffee … Also on Park Avenue, Financier Patisserie & Café has changed its name to Financier Bistro & Bar à Vin in order to improve his hearty dishes. Financier Patisserie had to close all locations in New York City last August. The Winter Park outpost is the last remaining financier … The SASA Sushi Garden at Meliá Orlando Celebration is now open. According to a press release, it is the first SASA in America to join other SASAs in Meliá hotels and resorts across Asia … Earth Fare has reopened its 24,000 square meter grocery store in Novel Lucerne in SoDo.

EVENTS: The A Taste of Africa pop-up market will take place in Justin’s Caribbean fusion restaurant on Saturday, April 24th, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event features cooking demos, tastings, music, vendors, and more. Admission is free, but they are accepting donations … The 16th annual Central Florida Earth Day Festival is held on Sunday, April 25th, 10 am-4pm at Lake Eola Park. The event is sponsored by vegetarians in Central Florida and of course it will also feature a wide variety of plant-based foods from numerous suppliers. Admission is free.

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