It’s magical dinner time, with new restaurants and hotel deals

ORLANDO, Fla. — More than 110 top Orlando-area restaurants are participating in Orlando Magical Dining this year, which offers Central Floridians the opportunity to enjoy three-course dinners at the establishments for $40 per person plus tax and tip starting on Friday.


What do you want to know

  • Twenty-three new restaurants push Orlando Magical Dining to over 110
  • Among the participants are six restaurants recognized by the Michelin Guide
  • Three-course dinners are $40, plus tax and tip
  • Hotel and resort deals are also part of this year’s Visit Orlando event

Six of Orlando’s Michelin Guide restaurants and 23 new restaurants have joined the 17e year of the Visit Orlando event, which continues through October 2. Michelin-recognized entrants are Four Flamingos, A Richard Blaise Florida Kitchen; Kabooki Sushi in the milk district; Maxine is on Shine; The voracious pig; The Strand Food & Drink and Z Asian Vietnamese Cuisine.

A list of participating restaurants, menus and links to make reservations are posted on OrlandoMagicalDining.com. Reservations for the most popular restaurants are filling up quickly, so interested diners should register quickly, Visit Orlando officials said.

“Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining celebrates our destination’s award-winning dining scene by bringing together more than 100 of Orlando’s best restaurants to offer prix-fixe dinner menus to explore new restaurants,” said Casandra Matej, President and CEO of Visit Orlando. “The program continues to be a source of support for our local businesses and provides funds to charities right here in our community.”

The event supports local restaurants and, through Visit Orlando, $1 from every dinner served will benefit The Able Trust, an organization that works to help expand employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Visit Orlando will also donate $2,000 to a local nonprofit in each of Orange County’s six commission districts that also supports workforce development.

Visit Orlando has also added hotel deals to this year’s event. Overnight stays at any of the participating hotels and resorts are offered for special savings for Florida locals and residents.

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