Friday, June 27, 2014

Bite Night is SOLD OUT!

Posted By on Fri, Jun 27, 2014 at 12:31 PM

click to enlarge The most delicious night in Orlando is SOLD OUT!
  • The most delicious night in Orlando is SOLD OUT!

The most delicious night in Orlando is SOLD OUT!

Bite Night,the grand finale of Bite30, Orlando's month-long restaurant week promises to be a night full of delicious treats, tasty cocktails and just a general aura of fancy. Benefitting Edible Schoolyard Orlando, the inaugural event will feature a celebrity chef cook-off and an array of bites from local restaurants including K Restaurant, The Strand, Park Plaza Gardens, Tako Cheena, Txokos, Range, The Rusty Spoon, The Smiling Bison, Sushi Pop, Cask & Larder, Sweet! By Miss Holly, Whole Foods Market, Hamilton's Kitchen and P is for Pie.

Hopefully, you bought your tickets before this morning, because, as of 11 a.m., we're sold out.

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