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  • Kevin Fonzo's Feast of Fonzo returns to K restaurant in College Park Nov. 20

    Kevin Fonzo's Feast of Fonzo returns to K restaurant in College Park Nov. 20
    Thursday, Nov. 20 chef Kevin Fonzo's "Feast of Fonzo" returns to K restaurant in Orlando's College Park. The meal is fab a twist on a traditional family Sunday supper the James Beard-nominated chef remembers at his grandparents house as a youth. All...
  • 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...
  • Akerman law firm launches restaurant group

    Akerman law firm launches restaurant group
    The Akerman law firm, which has about 60 lawyers in Orlando, announced Thursday that it has formed a new restaurant industry group. The group will organize the resources of about 30 lawyers and lobbyists that have experience representing restaurant...
  • Wahlburgers plotting Central Florida location

    Wahlburgers plotting Central Florida location
    Reality-show sensation Wahlburgers is plotting a first Orlando location after local restaurateur Manny Garcia inked a deal to franchise the eatery in Florida. Wahlburgers is the hamburger joint opened by the multitalented brothers Donnie, Mark and Paul...
  • Adult Literacy League provides a second chance at education

    Adult Literacy League provides a second chance at education
    In her native Indiana, Madison Cunningham failed to graduate from two high schools. When she later failed the General Educational Development test, she thought it might be her third strike. Luckily, her new mentors at the Adult Literacy League aren't...
  • How to paint your holiday cookies

    How to paint your holiday cookies
    The Test Kitchen is in holiday overdrive. In the next few weeks we will be sharing almost everything you need to know for fab celebrations and great gifts from the kitchen. Today's lesson: How to paint your cookies. Dashing through the dough. Whether...
  • American 'cue meets Brazil

    American 'cue meets Brazil
    Combine a Brazilian churrascaria with a Kansas City barbecue joint and you get American Q, the restaurant at the new B Resort & Spa in Lake Buena Vista near Downtown Disney. The restaurant concept on its own works — with a few exceptions —...
  • Darden's new board wants to change oversight rules

    Darden's new board wants to change oversight rules
    Darden Restaurants won't be able to ignore calls from shareholders for special meetings under a new set of corporate governance rules proposed Thursday. The company's new board of directors, led by Starboard Value CEO Jeff Smith, wants to pass a rule...
  • Hotels upgrade for peak tourist season

    Hotels upgrade for peak tourist season
    Hotels in Broward and Palm Beach counties are dolling up their rooms and public spaces in time for the peak winter travel season. Renovation projects begun this summer are nearing completion, including makeovers to rooms, restaurants and lobbies. Fort...
  • Orlando man's first gator was nearly 13 feet long

    Orlando man's first gator was nearly 13 feet long
    It was Clark Woodsby's first catch and it was a big one: a bull gator measuring 12 feet, 10 inches, at least. Measurements showed it would have been around 13 feet, 4 inches if part of its tail hadn't been lost earlier in life. "This is going to be...
  • Feeding the Black Friday frenzy

    Feeding the Black Friday frenzy
    On Black Friday power shopping could be an Olympic sport. We bob. We run. We score. Sure, malls have ubiquitous food courts and attached restaurants but they don't always satisfy our needs for nourishment or rest during today's shopping frenzy. Here...