Friday, May 28, 2021

Latin fusion restaurant Guava Grill is the latest offering from the former owner of Vinyl Arts Bar

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click to enlarge Guava Grill is a new Latin fusion restaurant from former Vinyl Arts Bar owner Wilson Santos. - IMAGE VIA GUAVA GRILL/INSTAGRAM
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  • Guava Grill is a new Latin fusion restaurant from former Vinyl Arts Bar owner Wilson Santos.
Longtime fans of the many permutations of Vinyl Arts Bar will have to head a little ways out of downtown to see what Wilson Santos is up to these days. 

His new Latin fusion restaurant Guava Grill, located on Orlando's South-East side, just opened its doors and it is ready to receive hungry crowds from noon to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.

The restaurant offers a fusion of flavors from Latin America and Caribbean countries. Some of their specialties are churrasco with homemade chimichurri sauce, guava grilled shrimp, pork chops, and Latin-style burgers.

If that doesn't sell you, maybe the aesthetics will. Not only does this restaurant have delicious food, but it also has artsy decor with original photos and painting; full of vibrant Caribbean colors that will make you feel like you are back home at your abuelita's house.

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