Tuesday, March 20, 2018

New Italian restaurant moving into former Spice Modern Steakhouse space on Lake Eola

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The inviting lakeside space on 407 E. Central Blvd. that previously housed Spice Modern Steakhouse and Lake Eola Yacht Club will soon be serving patrons once again.

An Italian restaurant called Tre Bambine is slated to move in in late July or early August.

Tre Bambine is a concept by Jacquelyn Angiulli. The name is a reference to her three daughters.

The restaurant is still in the permitting phase and more details will be released once construction reaches 50 percent.

One hint we can pass along: The restaurant will serve Italian street food.

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