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Sunday, June 12, 2016

Orlando's food community bands together in face of tragedy

Posted By on Sun, Jun 12, 2016 at 1:17 PM

In the aftermath of the shooting at Pulse Nightclub, Orlando's food community has come together in a show of solidarity and grieving. While many restaurants are open in the face of this tragedy, chefs have taken to social media to convey their thoughts, prayers, and condolences.

Farm-Haus:

Rusty Spoon:
Kabooki Sushi:

Gezellig Cookies:

Tabla Orlando:
Kres Chophouse:
Zora Grille:

DeVine Wine & Grill:

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all who were affected by last nights incident. 🙏 #prayfororlando #staystrongorlando

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Barnie's CoffeeKitchen:

Sanctum Cafe:

Hot Krust:

Kevin Fonzo, K Restaurant:

No words. 💔

A photo posted by @cheffonzo on


Bex Larsen, Leguminati:

Art Smith, Homecoming: Florida Kitchen and Southern Shine:
 
John & Juliana Calloway, Black Rooster Taqueria:

Celine Duvoisine, Valhalla Bakery:

Maxine's on Shine:
NOVA New American Restaurant:
KASA Orlando:
RusTeak College Park:






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