Castle Irish Pub and Restaurant has opened in the former RusTeak space in College Park. The bar itself was built in Ireland, then shipped here and reassembled on-site.
Tavistock, the investment firm that all but built Lake Nona, is getting into the high-end Japanese restaurant game. Nami Lake Nona has opened inside the Lake Nona Wave Hotel, featuring a 67-seat dining room as well as a 10-seat omakase counter.
Ty Hoang, owner of North Vietnamese noodle house Gà Ta (formerly Gà 2 To) in Mills 50 has taken over Huong Viet Restaurant at 5286 W. Colonial Drive in Chinatown. The restaurant is now serving modern Vietnamese street fare from three regions of Vietnam in a retro, nostalgic setting including spicy beef noodle soup served in hot stone bowls, homemade pâté with a special sauce, and sizzling hot plates of shaking beef.
Orlando's Dexter's era is officially over. Dexter's Lake Mary shuttered a couple of weeks ago, joining Dexter's Thornton Park, Winter Park, Windermere and New Standard in the graveyard of eats.
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