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Tuesday, July 27, 2021

New healthy restaurant concept Bitebound to open in Winter Park at the end of the year

Posted By on Tue, Jul 27, 2021 at 11:06 AM

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New restaurant concept Bitebound, the brainchild of sisters Beatriz and Daniela Oruna, is coming to Winter Park at the end of this year with promises of serving up a plethora of healthy food bowl options.

As reported by What Now Orlando, Bitebound will open in December of this year in the (also coming soon) City Place mixed-use retail space at 1100 S. Orlando Ave. in Winter Park. The restaurant's mission will be to serve up healthy eats in bowls that are "family-friendly" and great for the budget-conscious.

The Orunas don't plan to stop with just one restaurant; a Tampa location is in the works for summer 2022, and the eventual plan is to have multiple locations in Orlando and throughout the state.

The 7,000-square foot retail complex and "social hub" City Place is apparently set to open within the next few months. The Daily City did a video walkthrough in February that gives a good idea of what's in store.

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