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  • Foodie Awards honor the best in dining

    It's time to vote for your favorite restaurants in the Orlando Sentinel's 17th Annual Foodie Awards. The online ballot has more than 45 categories including fine-dining, wine list, breakfast, brunch, power lunch, food trucks, coffeehouses and bars that...
  • Norwegian Cruise Line appoints president and COO

    Norwegian Cruise Line appoints president and COO
    Norwegian Cruise Line has appointed hospitality veteran Drew Madsen as its president and chief operating officer, the Miami-based cruise company announced. He brings more than 30 years of leadership experience in the hospitality and consumer products...
  • Spatchcock cooking can be T-Day lifesaver

    Spatchcock cooking can be T-Day lifesaver
    We are one week away from the Thanksgiving Day feast. Do you know where your giblets are? This week and next we're sharing recipe and tips to help you through the first major meal of the season in fine form. In the meantime, let's dish: Speed-cook the...
  • Cosmetic surgery fraudster gets 20 years for $4M scam

    Cosmetic surgery fraudster gets 20 years for $4M scam
    A Clermont woman who spent $4 million from fraudulent income-tax returns on cosmetic surgeries, luxury cars and an Orlando restaurant was recently sentenced to federal prison. Orlando-based U.S. District Judge Roy B. Dalton, Jr. sentenced Tanya Fox to...
  • Central Florida's burger nation grows with opening of Smashburger Nov. 26

    Central Florida's burger nation grows with opening of Smashburger Nov. 26
    Smashburger will open its first Central Florida eatery Nov. 26 at 3162 E. Colonial Drive in the Colonial Landing shopping center across from Orlando Fashion Square mall. A second restaurant is scheduled to open Dec. 2 at 334 N. Alafaya Trail in the...
  • Mingo's restaurant closes near Orlando's Lake Eola Park

    Mingo's restaurant closes near Orlando's Lake Eola Park
    Mingo’s at 100 S. Eola Drive in Orlando has closed. A notice on the restaurant’s Facebook page on Nov. 21 stated “we regret to inform you that due to an inability to reach an agreement in lease negotiations within a timely manner, we...
  • Florida food gifts have local flavor

    Florida food gifts have local flavor
    If you are shopping for something special for friends and loved ones, consider something with a sweet or savory sense of place. From cookbooks to sauces, local purveyors have enough choices to fill Santa's sleigh. Cookbooks Local chefs and food...
  • Thanksgiving dinner? Check please

    Thanksgiving dinner? Check please
    While the rest of Central Florida is searching for their giblets on Nov. 27, your date with a turkey could be as easy as driving to a local restaurant and being served. Here is a sampling of eateries open Thanksgiving Day. Many require reservations, so be...
  • Mingo's Restaurant closes amid Nik Patel troubles

    Mingo's Restaurant closes amid Nik Patel troubles
    Mingo’s Restaurant in downtown Orlando has closed its doors, in a development apparently related to the scandal that engulfed one of its investor-owners, Nikesh Patel of Orlando. Meanwhile, another Mingo’s location in East Orlando, at the...
  • Review: Soco spins Southern faves in Orlando

    Review: Soco spins Southern faves in Orlando
    The concept for Soco restaurant in the Thornton Park neighborhood of downtown Orlando has simmered in the back of executive chef/partner Greg Richie's mind for quite a while. It's a dining model he conceived while heading the Central Florida kitchens of...
  • Merita, curvy roadside icon, finds home at Morse Museum

    When news broke in late 2012 that Orlando's venerable Merita Bread Bakery would close, reaction ranged from concern for workers losing their jobs to questions about the fate of the huge Merita sign overlooking Interstate 4 — a Central Florida icon...