Ramen Takagi is open in Oviedo, Lobos Espresso is open in Audubon Park and seven different daring eating places are opening this month Orlando
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OPENINGS: Ramen Takagi, the boutique Ramen-ya run by Yoko Takagi and her husband Gabriel, has gently opened in Oviedo … Owners of the now closed Turkish Bar & Grill in Altamonte have opened Beyti Mediterranean grill in the Cuban restaurant of the old Rolando at 870 State Road 436 in Casselberry … Cereals & BerriesServing a range of bowls (açai, spirulina, pitaya, kale, and yogurt), as well as avocado toast, freshly squeezed juices, and smoothies, the superfood cafe opens on December 5th at 400 North Apartments on Maitland Street, Outpost kitchen plans to open at Maitland City Center sometime this month … Lobos coffee roaster, the Audubon Park Beanery specialty, has opened on the corner of Corrine Drive and Winter Park Road … Chicken fire, Kwame Boakye’s popular Nashville Hot Chicken concept, has found a permanent home in old Fratello in Coytown Shopping Center. Make sure it opens sometime this month … Bento Asian cuisine in Lake Nona has opened gently … The 4 rivers Cantina Barbacoa Food Truck jumped on the Birria train and offers Birria tacos and Birria quesadillas. The truck also sells mulitas, a Mexican treat between a quesadilla and a grilled cheese … look for it Bread & wine in the old Hubbly Bubbly room downtown at 131 N. Orange Ave.
CLOSURES: The ramen on North Orange Avenue downtown is closed.
NEWS / EVENTS: SosekiMichael Collantes and Denni Cha’s new Omakase concept, slated to open in Winter Park this spring, will be releasing some Omakase popups this month: Friday and Saturday, December 4th and 5th, at Excursus wine ($ 205) and December 18 and 19 in Well born ($ 125). visit exploretock.com/soseki for tickets and details … Vinia wine bar There are some promotions going on in Hannibal Square to keep business going: a special three-course meal is offered on Tuesdays for $ 29 (vegan option $ 22). Wednesdays, happy hour lasts all night ($ 2 off beer and wine by the glass; $ 5 appetizers); and on Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. there is live jazz and bossa nova
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