Hungry? We’ve got some delicious news: five
new restaurants have moved into Orlando’s Most Dynamic Neighborhood. And they
are sure to please your palate.
Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips at ICON Park
Big fish has landed at ICON Park right across
from the entrance to The Wheel. Gordon Ramsay’s Fish & Chips
is the famous chef’s take on the classic
English street food, along with chicken, shrimp, and his signature shakes,
Sticky Toffee and Biscoff. Open for lunch and dinner, no reservations are
required for this authentic takeaway-style, fast-casual restaurant.
Sloppy Joe’s at ICON Park
Your trip to the southernmost point in the Continental
U.S. just got a lot shorter. The historic Sloppy Joe’s
, best known as author Ernest Hemingway’s
regular hangout in Key West, is now open at ICON Park. This legendary saloon’s
dazzling tropical drinks, live island music and great food are favorites for
all ages and celebrations.
Twenty Pho Hour
Attention pho pho-natics: you’re going to want to try Twenty Pho Hour
, America’s first 2D noodle bar, ASAP. The menu
features pho bowls, signature bowls, build-your-own bowls, stir-fries, boba
teas, and more. There’s even a 24 Pho Bowl Challenge if you’ve got a
competitive spirit. Oh and they’ve got merch, too. Take-out’s available, but
you’re going to need to see this restaurant’s black-and-white decor for
yourself. It’s un-pho-gettable!
The Hampton Social at Pointe Orlando
Whether you’re in search of lunch, dinner, or
weekend brunch, The Hampton Social - Orlando
is the perfect place to imbibe and
enjoy the feeling of summer days. Head to Pointe Orlando by the Convention
Center to enjoy this lively culinary destination’s exceptional coastal-inspired
food, cocktails, and live music in its indoor dining room, outdoor patio, or
"Rosé All Day" Lounge.
King Cajun Crawfish
If you’re craving authentic Cajun cuisine with
a modern twist, King Cajun Crawfish
SOON to I-Drive. Like its original two Orlando locations, you’re in for an
all-around-enjoyable experience here with fun times, a family-friendly
atmosphere, high quality products, friendly compassionate service, and of
course the best New Orleans seafood.
Well, if you weren’t hungry before you surely
are now. Good thing there are 3 meals each day - plus snacks - and calories
consumed in Orlando’s Most Dynamic Neighborhood don’t count. Which one of
International Drive’s newest dining spots are you headed to first? Plan to your
palate’s delight here