Orlando is known for Universal Studios, Disney World, Sea World, and tourists galore. Did you know its also famous for its food? Where are all the best places to try all these amazing dishes? And what if you don’t want to go solo? Well, GirlCrew has the answer! We’ve just launched the GirlCrew app in Orlando AND we’ve put together some fun places to eat in Orlando. Your welcome.
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Café Tu Tu Tango
Café Tu Tu Tango is a really fun place to eat in Orlando. While you have dinner, artists create their work, displaying it for all to see. Café Tu Tu Tango was set up in 1991 and locally owned by three friends. The café has lots of music and dancers entertaining everyone. The cafe has a bohemian vibe and everyone can relax and enjoy good company here.
Taverna Opa is a Greek-themed restaurant in Orlando. Great for birthdays or any celebration as the atmosphere is always exciting. Treat yourself to their famous lamb chops which are marinated for 36 hours. Or enjoy some appetizers and ouzo at happy hour. Either way, stay for the entertainment. Authentic Mediterranean and Greek music play while belly dancers entertain everyone. Even the service staff join in and throw napkins in the air.
Maxines On Shine
Maxines on Shine is a unique dining experience in Orlando. This is a local spot where owners Maxine and Kirt mingle with customers, making sure everyone is having a good time and being entertained. Music is always playing and every night there are different bands on. Something to suit everyone’s taste. Brunch is popular with guests, with the menu offering tasty omelettes and vegetarian specials too. Maxines on Shine is dog-friendly too! And we all know how having a dog is the best way to make new friends.
Black Bean Deli
The Black Bean Deli is one of the best-hidden restaurants in Orlando. A Cuban deli that has been open in central Florida for over 15 years. Offering traditional Cuban food and amazing coffee, everything is homemade and from the heart.
The Ravenous Pig
The Ravenous Pig is a must eat restaurant in Orlando. The restaurant uses only organic, locally sourced produce and creates dishes that have earned the chefs critical acclaim. Go for brunch or go all out and treat yourself to dinner. You absolutely have to have a desert, the ice creams aren’t your regular chocolate and vanilla. Try the Trio, blueberry ginger sherbet, coconut saffron sorbet and cherry bourbon ice cream. No wonder the New York Times made the Ravenous Pig a must see when visiting Orlando.
What do you think? Where are some other fun places to eat in Orlando? Let us know in the comments below. Don’t forget to download the GirlCrew app, so if you’re looking for people to check out these spots with you’ll find them there. And if you’re into activities or thriting, we got you covered there too.
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