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The Corner Pizza Bar has opened in the old Market on Magnolia space downtown

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The Corner Pizza Bar has opened in the old Market on Magnolia space downtown

Corner Pizza Bar now serving downtown, Tabla to open Lake Nona outpost, and Melissa Kelly's Primo is back with a new look 

OPENINGS+CLOSINGS: The Corner Pizza Bar, a sister restaurant to the Italian House, has opened in the old Market on Magnolia space downtown. In addition to their pizzas, calzones and strombolis, they offer a full bar along with 40 beers on tap ... The owners of Stasio's Italian Deli will open Alfo's Pizza Fritta, a fried pizza concept, just a few doors down at 2300 E. Robinson St. sometime next year ... Another week, another bubble tea shop opens: Shen Tea is now brewing at the Shoppes of Aloma in Winter Park ... Primo Restaurant by Melissa Kelly has reopened at the JW Marriott Grande Lakes ... Tabla Indian Cuisine is aiming to open their Lake Nona outpost in the former Rubio's Coastal Grill space at 9971 Tagore Place by the end of October. They're also scouting locations in the UCF corridor ... Greek to Go Maitland has closed and has been replaced by Jalapeno's Mexican Eats ... Jaber, the Brazilian-Lebanese concept, has closed its College Park locale.

NEWS+EVENTS: The Waldorf Astoria Orlando and Hilton Bonnet Creek Resort will offer a progressive, four-hour dining excursion called Bonnet Creek Epicurious. The tour is available Fridays and Saturdays through Nov. 20. Cost is $235 plus tax and tip ... Some Oktoberfest celebrations to announce: Redlight Redlight will celebrate Oct. 2 from 2-10 p.m.; Hollerbach's

in Sanford will hold a street party Oct. 8-10, with ticket packages available from $30-$90; and in Lake Mary, Orange Country Brewers will hold a block party Oct. 9 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. featuring $10 Oktoberfest flights. See more fall beer and food fests in our 2021 Fall Guide. Prost!

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