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PUBLISHER’S NOTE

At Orlando Style, our publishing venture began with a simple yet determined pledge to follow our intuition to provide our city with the best in regional lifestyle magazines. Now that we are heading into our 19th year, and millions printed copies later, it can be said time and again that our intuition must be right! With every issue, our readers continue to prove that the motivation and dedication that guided us from the beginning are always worth following, a truth that continues to define the hard work and vision that go into each issue of Orlando Style. As an independent publishing house, it is not easy to overcome challenges like the recession, as well as a pandemic, which is hopefully almost over, but we stay strong, thanks to our loyal readers and advertisers. You have been there for us through it all, and we are dedicated to be there for you. This November Luxury issue is another wonderful example of our intuition being put to good use. In every page, you will find the uncompromising quality that has defined every copy of Orlando Style since day one, from our features about the newest trends in fashion and beauty to the inside scoop on all of the not-to-be-missed happenings in Central Florida. I would also like to thank the many unsung heroes, especially our amazingly dedicated staff and our talented contributors. Each year at this time, I become emotional as I stop and realize how grateful I am for all those who are connected with our Celebrating!

publication. Thank you for making Orlando Style the most successful and beloved magazine in the city. From our growing family to yours, we wish each of you a most heartwarming Thanksgiving.

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Now that you’ve packed away your Halloween costume, rinsed off your plastic fangs and eaten way more candy than you’d ever admit, it’s time to sit back and enjoy one of the most gorgeous months in the City Beautiful! As we dive headfirst into November, let’s take a look back at how Orlando came to life with a variety of Halloween and Oktoberfest inspired fun last month. Here are the highlights, just in case you missed it! The streets of Universal Studios came alive with hordes of horrifying mutants, monsters and maniacs this month which can only mean one thing—Halloween Horror Nights is back! The nation’s premier Halloween event returned for its 30th year of Halloween frights and scares. Guests explored ten all-new terrifying haunted houses, braved multiple creature-filled scare zones and cried with laughter at outrageous live shows. In between the screams, thrill-seeking guests delighted in a nighttime experience of braving the park’s many exciting rides and attractions. The month of October kicked off Disney World's 18-month long celebration of their 50th Anniversary! Throughout this incredible event, visitors can discover classic favorites and exciting adventures across The Most Magical Place on Earth. Cast members will be sharing magic across Walt Disney World Resort, ready to create unforgettable memories that last a lifetime. As you enter the park, you'll step into a celebratory scene with dazzling decorations, new looks for Mickey, Minnie and Friends and magical touches at all 4 theme parks and beyond.

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Even the "Alligator Capital of the World" rang in the 2021 Halloween season with a special event that included spooky fun for everyone! From October 9th-31st, the third annual “Gators, Ghosts and Goblins at Gatorland” was included with the regular price of park admission and featured several spooky themed areas throughout the park complete with ghoulish actors, selfie zones, fun shows and a variety of specialty vendors. Just some of the many highlights included searching for Cryptids in “The Crocs and Cryptids Zone!” where attendees met Gatorland’s Skunk Ape while searching for hidden cryptozoological beasts! Then, visitors grabbed ther Lederhosen for Frank & Steins Ooky Kooky Octoberfest featuring live music from “Polkageist,”

Gatorland’s own undead polka band as well as German Beer and food for purchase. On October 16th, the city closed out the Winter Park Paint Out and celebrated the Polasek Museum’s 60th anniversary with a Great Gatsby themed party! Costumes were welcomed and encouraged as attendees viewed and purchased artwork from the week while enjoying excellent food and live entertainment at The Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens. The largest horror convention in the United States returned on October 22nd for a weekend of celebrating the dark side of comic con! Spooky Empire took place at the Hyatt Regency Orlando and featured an array of activities including: live music, performances, a tattoo festival, a film festival, a zombie walk, a kids zone and a costume and cosplay contest. Guests at Spooky Empire also enjoyed creepy cars, seminars, a game room and Q&As with artists, authors and filmmakers among many other exhilarating activities. Even various celebrity guests appeared throughout the weekend including icons from some of the country’s most beloved horror movies. For precautionary reasons related to COVID-19, the Tales & Tails Gala online auction became a free live stream for the public on Saturday, October 23rd. Virtual attendees joined Canine Companions online for a special virtual event celebrating 25 years of independence, teamwork, compassionate service and their life-changing service dog teams. From Inspiring speakers and premier auctions to cure puppies in training and service dog demonstrations, the gala sought to honor all the people who have made the Tales & Tails Gala magic happen. The Orlando Symphony Orchestra returned to the stage for a free outdoor concert! Under the direction of David Handel, the Orlando Symphony Orchestra performed the free concert at The Veranda at Thornton Park after a long break due to COVID restrictions. The outdoor performance venue allowed everyone to enjoy live music in a safe environment on the evening of Saturday, October 30th. Music lovers enjoyed classics from a variety of famed composers such as Brahms, Bernstein, Berlioz, and more.



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RIESA PASCAL Riesa was born in London, England and now resides in sunny Orlando, Florida. She is a proud graduate of Florida State University where she double majored in creative writing and communication. In addition to editorial writing, Riesa is also deeply passionate about broadcast journalism and currently freelances as a TV personality with various networks in Central Florida. You can learn more about Riesa at her website: RiesaPascal.com

COURTNEY CAGGIANO Courtney was born in Miami and currently resides in Orlando, Florida. She graduated from the University of Central Florida with a BA degree in English Literature, where she developed her passion for the written word. She pursues all forms of writing, including journalism, nonfiction, critical literary analysis, and inspirational writing. You can read her published work on her website: CourtneyMaeCaggiano.com or on Instagram at @bycocomae.

DANA DAMATO Dana Damato is a Florida native and a travel writer turned publicist. Prior to starting Damato Public Relations, Dana was an avid traveler seeking new adventure, and has appeared in Forbes Travel, My Malibu Beach, Sky Magazine and many more. She pursued a Masters degree in Communications from the University of Central Florida and uses her expertise in media and travel to work with different brands around the world. She is addicted to adventure and loves to indulge herself in new cultures. She thrives off travel, visiting unique destinations, and bringing those experiences to life through words.

GREG ALEXANDER Greg Alexander is a world citizen who travels the planet to transmute all the quintessence of femininity on glazed paper. If he nourishes an atavistic passion for Greece, the ground of his ancestors, it’s in Paris that he has found his home port. As a photographer, he continues his dream of perfection because, according to him, “the photograph is a kind of plastic surgery which is able to modulate a face ad infinitum!” His vision of beauty is fragile, transitory, a little kitsch and inevitably fatal.

MARK NEJAME Mark NeJame is a renowned trial attorney who has been involved in some of the areas and country’s highest profile cases. He is routinely sought by the media as a legal commentator and is currently a Legal Analyst for CNN. He is the Founder and Senior Partner of the Law Firm of NeJame, LaFay, Jancha, Ahmed, Barker, Joshi & Moreno, P.A. a/k/a NeJame Law. NeJame Law has 15 attorneys and 4 divisions: Personal Injury, Criminal, Immigration and Business/Commercial Litigation. Mr. NeJame is a regular contributor to Orlando Style Magazine. Mr. NeJame can be reached at 407-245-1232 and NejameLaw.com.

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Fall simply will not be the same without plaid, tartan or flannel. You know fall is here when all the clothing stores have plaid on their displays. Its unique pattern gives the casual, cozy vibe, which is why it is so popular in fall and winter. And fashion designers have also started to make more elegant clothing pieces using plaid, steering away from the casual vibe it gives. Of course plaid comes in bright colors too, but you want to go with the plaid or tartan that has burgundy, dark green, black, blue or grey.

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WEAR COLOR WITH CONFIDENCE HOOK + ALBERT LAPEL FLOWER Add a fanciful touch to any look with this charming flower made in America with breezy cotton petals. $30 / Available at nordstrom.com

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WEARABLE POPS OF COLOR Where and how to wear them!

You want to step out of your comfort zone, but not too much, and perhaps you don’t know which step to take. Sometimes smaller, simpler, is better for you instead of going all out and making a huge wardrobe shift and buying a neon orange blazer that you are only going to wear once. There are many ways to do this and I’m sure there is a way where it suits you best! Start off with a base color. Some examples are navy, black, grey or beige. Once you have your base color picked for your suit, then choose what and where you would like the pop of color to be. It can be anywhere from your tie, bow tie, handkerchief, socks or even your blouse under your blazer! These small adjustments make a big statement, believe it or not. And as far as what color to choose as your “accent” color, you can pick any. Find a color that looks good and stands out against the base color that you chose. Another thing that you can do is choose a pattern. Many ties, socks and handkerchiefs come in different types of patterns and prints that also give the same affect. Next time you have the opportunity to wear a nice blouse or jacket, wear a pop of color of your choice!


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DAZE! VERSACE SAFETY PIN PUMPS These versatile pumps can be worn with evening looks or as an accent piece in casual outfits. Crafted from supple calf leather, these pointed toe, high heel slingbacks are enriched with heritage Safety Pin hardware. $895 / Available at Versace.com

CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN LOUBI QUEEN 120 MM Unleash your wild side in the Loubi Queen, one of the Maison’s most iconic sandals, inspired by 1950s pin-up girls. For the SS20 collection, Christian has reworked this classic in Cocco Metallo Platine. This proprietary textile, inspired by sophistication and preppy chic, features a platinum crocodile-print embossed leather. $845 / Available at us.christianlouboutin.com

JIMMY CHOO BING 100 BING in black patent leather is modern and stylish. Its beautiful slip on design makes it a unique style and emphasizes the leg lengthening effect with its 100mm heel height. Featuring a crystal detailing strap across the top of the foot for a hint of glamour, pair with a little black dress for a striking look. $950/ Available at Jimmychoo.com

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VALENTINO METALLIC ROCKSTUD MULE 90MM / 3.5 IN Valentino Garavani Rockstud mule in laminated elk-print calfskin. $895 / Available at Valentino.com


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VINCE CAMUTO LACE SLEEVE SWEATER Gently billowed sleeves of sheer, paisley-mesh lace gathered to fitted cuffs transform a cozy mockneck pullover into an über romantic top. $99 / Available at Nordstom.com

LACE, THE MOST LUX OF THEM ALL Where it came from and why we love it Lace is a very well known fabric. When you think lace, what most likely comes to mind is luxury. Lace is a very delicate fabric made of yarn or thread in an open weblike pattern, made by machine or by hand. Originally, linen, silk, gold, or silver threads were used. It was worn by some of the most well known people in history, which is why we connect lace with “fancy” and “luxurious”. Lace goes all the way back to the times of Queen Elizabeth I (6th century). Lace collars, lace caps, lace shawls, and it doesn’t stop there! Lace was

used (and still is) to not only be worn as clothing pieces, but used to decorate the home! Today lace can be found almost anywhere. Typically one would wear lace as an undergarment, or on special occasions. You can now find lace in everyday clothing. You would want to save it for a nice dinner, or a date, and obviously lace is almost always found in wedding dresses. Lace will forever be a fabric that will give elegance to your wardrobe and house.

All that fur! In the fall, you can’t go wrong with fur. And now there are so many companies that make faux fur pieces so that you don’t have to feel bad about wearing fur. It can be a fur scarf, or a fur jacket. (Boots with the fur?) Every year during the cold months you see a lot of trends, but fur is one that has stayed and will continue to stay.

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SHINE BRIGHT

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Diamonds are very much so a girl’s best friend. There is nothing more luxurious than diamonds. It is one of the most beautiful stones. This fall, look for an elegant diamond necklace or bracelet to wear to any event that will immediately take up whatever you’re wearing by 10 levels. What you’ll want to make sure of is that you’re wearing a solid color or something simple, nothing with too much going on, to have your diamonds be the statement. Oh, and don’t forget pearls! Throw some pearls in the mix with your diamonds for the ultimate luxury look!


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Plant-Based Makeup Everything you need to know about making the switch to vegan cosmetics

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Now more than ever, people are making compassionate choices about the products they use every day. You’re probably more likely to read the ingredients on a box of cereal than a tube of mascara, and you’re not alone. While veganism is becoming a popular diet choice among health and environmentally conscious people, many don’t know about the vegan options available for the areas of their lives that aren’t food related, like clothes, cosmetics, and makeup products. People overlook the fact that the ingredients in makeup products are often filled with animal-derived components that can be detrimental to your skin and health.

many vegan cosmetics can be far more expensive than nonvegan cosmetics, you may want to consider spending a pretty penny in order to reap the benefits. Ingredients like honey and lecithin, a by-product found in the nervous tissue of living organisms, are often used in lipsticks and liquid powders and can cause allergic reactions in certain users. Vegan products are seen as superior because they have fewer ingredients, and the ingredients are more natural. These products are less likely to cause or aggravate acne, rashes, dry skin, or other skin conditions, and can even heal damaged skin with its wholesome qualities.

When a product is advertised as cruelty-free, that does not necessarily make it vegan. Crueltyfree products are simply not tested on animals, while true vegan cosmetics do not contain any ingredients extracted from animals, including insects. According to People Ethical Treatment of Animals, beeswax and honeycomb are some of the most commonly used additives in products like eye shadow, mascara, lipstick, and other face makeup. Not to be a “buzz-kill,” but the bees need their own wax in order to provide for offspring and preserve honey for the winter. Without healthy bees to pollinate crops, our future looks devastating. That’s just one of the many reasons to start buying vegan cosmetics.

Wondering how to take the leap and find vegan makeup products to shop for? PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies program is the answer to your vegan prayers. It is designed to share information about companies that sell crueltyfree and vegan products. With more than 4,200 companies in their database, you’ll need to look no further. A few of the companies listed as cruelty-free and vegan include Adorn Cosmetics, whose slogan is “luxury without the guilt,” and Babydoll Cosmetics, who specialize in premium quality false eyelashes. If you’re looking for a more affordable way to support veganism, brands like ELF and Milani offer some vegan options for a fraction of the cost of other companies.

When it comes to integrating values with beauty, vegan makeup is the perfect place to start. Among the good of supporting a worthy cause, it’s also better suited for sensitive skin. Although

Making the choice to purchase vegan makeup not only impacts your own health and wellness, but the future of the animals and the environment that we live in.



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The Electric Daisy Carnival, commonly referred to as EDC, is returning to Orlando, and if you haven’t been yet, it’s an adventure to experience at least once in your life. Held at the Tinker Field Stadium from November 12-14, the three-day carnival has something for everyone, whether you are a veteran music lover, newbie, or just want to see what all the hype is about. Once you enter the fairgrounds, you’ll feel ignited by the carnival’s atmosphere. The jaw-dropping stages are something to marvel at, incorporating laser shows, pyrotechnics, and grandiose sets within the fairgrounds. You can also enjoy the full-size ferris wheel, or immerse yourself in interactive art installations that harmonize technology and nature, from LED lights, glow in the dark spaces, and three-dimensional superstructures. And if we’re lucky, perhaps we’ll see ziplining again from past EDCs.

Of course, the headliners and acts this year are full of magnetic artists ready to electrify excited music lovers. Favorites include Afrojack, Kaskade, AC Slater, and Zedd spinning some original tracks and remixes. If you’re new to EDC, don’t fret! EDC encourages a judgement-free zone and open-mindedness to new experiences. Veteran carnival-goers love to meet new people and will talk your ear off. They create a friendly environment, are respectful, and spread positivity to a contagious degree. You’ll quickly feel the love and camaraderie, make new friends, and create memories unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. More than a music festival, EDC is a community where people young and old embrace their authentic selves. Carnival-goers dress up in colorful, vibrant, and often humorous costumes (like Big Bird or a hot dog) to express their personalities. Some costumes

are subtle in the details and others take up space. Take the opportunity to create, pretend, and play with your individuality in a judgement-free zone; it’s a refreshing change from the humdrum of life. Even if dressing up isn’t your cup of tea, you can still enjoy the experience of witnessing creativity at its craziest. Whether it’s your ninth time at EDC Orlando or your first time, whether you decide to go all three days or just one, it is an unforgettable experience with something for everyone. Invite some friends, your 18+ kids or grandkids, or be adventurous on your own. Either way, in a friendly environment and magnetic music, arts, and culture carnival, you are sure to have a good time. EDC comes to Tinker Field, Orlando November 12-14.

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“Velvet Doors” Debut Album from Florida Artist Nicolina

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DON’T MISS THE BEAT

At first glance, you may think Florida-born musician

Nicolina is Joan Jett reincarnated, but with a closer look at her debut full-length album, “Velvet Doors,” you realize that she is an artist of her own making, definitively original, equal parts innovative and intriguing—and any homage to the past found within her style simply serves as rich soil for the songstress of this generation to blossom and grow. Inspired by icons such as Jett, Elton John, and even Quentin Tarantino, Nicolina is charting the path to becoming an icon herself, as her strong sense of identity found within “Velvet Doors” reveals a singer unafraid to let her true self shine—a trait representative of artists destined to make an impact of legendary status. Released on September 17th, “Velvet Doors” introduces the world to a creative soul immersed in pop-rock of the seventies and eighties, with the innate ability to transcend both genre and era. With rock anthems that could easily be at home in sold-out stadiums decades in the past like “What a Feeling,” Nicolina brilliantly modernizes and mythologizes her influences as she concocts a genre all her own, while contemporary hits like “Abyss” could easily climb the Top 40 charts. Simultaneously gritty and glam, “Velvet Doors” brings to life the characteristics of classic rock and blues that the music industry has seemed to have forgotten, from the raw authenticity of seventies songwriters to the electric eccentricities of arena-rock bands of the eighties.

magically make emotion tangible through sultry and smooth vocals and swooning guitar solos. The album touches on the personal and the profound, as Nicolina’s perceptive lyrics begin conversations about the wild and wonderful journey of life. While Nicolina exudes confidence and cool, the artist shows a vulnerable side on singles like “Dollhouse” and “Crave,” which has surpassed over 500,000 streams on Spotify, demonstrating her capability of understanding and echoing the sentiments of listeners from all walks of life. A champion of individuality and creativity, Nicolina has a powerful gift of showing that in her listeners’ uniqueness, they all can relate to one another through the truth of emotion, the universality of storytelling, and the connectivity of music. With “Velvet Doors,” Nicolina succeeds in her personal goal of creating music that embodies love and light, making a positive difference in the lives of her audience, each searching for their authentic purpose and place in this world.

After appearing on FOX’s singing competition The Four, Nicolina released her debut EP, “Caution.” Now, along with spotlight artist features on local and satellite radio, as well as statewide radio tours, Nicolina has found global praise on national television and international magazines, setting a tone of high anticipation for “Velvet Doors.” The 17-song record found life in Nicolina’s LA apartment, with most of the songs originally written as ballads on the piano. Over the two-year period of creating the album with producer Alec Zeilon, Nicolina transformed the ballads into the crossover works of art that they are today.

Listen to “Velvet Doors” on Spotify

Proving herself a master of texture and sound, Nicolina especially shines on the album’s title track, as “Velvet Doors” stand out as the artist’s prime example of her capacity to

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FASHION TOYS

The 911 GT3: from racing car straight to series production mode

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In the new Porsche 911 GT3, the brand’s most powerful genes

combine to create something even stronger. Motorsport legends Walter Röhrl and Jörg Bergmeister provide expert analysis of the state-of-the-art racer for the road. The highlight reel in Walter Röhrl’s mind plays an over 20-year-old thriller. “We never would have thought that a series production car could lay down a sub-eight-minute lap on the Nordschleife,” the motorsport legend recalls. In 1999, the first Porsche 911 GT3 pulled it off. Not least because it was driven around the Nürburgring by the two-time rally world champion himself. After 20.6 kilometres, the clock stopped at 7:56.33 minutes. It was a sensation! For Jörg Bergmeister, a 23-year-old up-and-coming Porsche factory driver at the time, there were no doubts: the GT3 was his dream car. Now Porsche has presented the seventh generation of the highperformance sports car and, together with Lars Kern, Bergmeister catapulted around the infamous Green Hell during the final development drives. The absolute best time from four almost equally fast laps on what is now a 20.8-kilometre test circuit was set by development driver Kern: an astonishing 6:59.927 minutes (911 GT3 (WLTP): Fuel consumption combined 13.0 – 12.9 l/100 km, CO2 emissions combined 294 – 293 g/km, 911 GT3 (NEFZ): Fuel consumption combined 13.3 – 12.4 l/100 km, CO2 emissions combined 304 – 283 g/km). Roughly a minute faster than the first one. “A world of difference,” says Röhrl. The latest GT3 incorporates more racing technology than any of its predecessors. The layout of the double wishbone front axle, the refined aerodynamics with the swan-neck rear wing, and the striking diffuser are just a few of many examples. Bergmeister, now 45, knows the components well from the Porsche 911 RSR – the GT factory racing car that delivered Le Mans victories and championship titles for Porsche. The most powerful series 911 with a naturally aspirated engine offers an astonishing level of everyday comfort for what is a razor-sharp driving machine. What else is there to say? The final word goes to the grand master of driving: “I am often asked which is my favourite 911,” says Röhrl. “It’s always the latest one – and the next one.”

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By Khadejah Khan We all know that one person who says, “I eat what I want and then just work it off at the gym,” and then proceeds to stuff their face with pizza, tacos, and cheeseburgers. But is there any truth to out-exercising a crappy diet? In short: NO. Working out like a monster is not going to counteract a bad diet, it’ll only make it harder for you to achieve your fitness goals. Different foods have good and bad side effects toward various parts of the body. Healthy foods contribute essential nutrients which impact our skin, sleeping patterns, and joints, for example. Dense foods that are rich in calories but low in healthy nutrients can make us feel groggy and bloated (think Popeye versus Garfield). So if you’re regularly eating junk foods like fries and doughnuts, heading to the gym for 45-60 minutes is not going to work off your Wendy’s 4 for $4 either. Instead, it gets stored as fat and disrupts your #gainz. Perhaps the only people who can justify a bad diet are pro athletes. They require an enormous amount of caloric fuel because they burn off the intake with frequent exercise and high intensity workouts, aka energy output. For the average person, it’s a lot harder to work off your caloric intake, no matter how much we believe we live at the gym and breath exercise. Unless you’re training to be the new Michael Phelps or a linebacker at the next Superbowl, there’s no rationale for unlimited breadsticks at Olive Garden. Having a bad diet and keeping your physique may have worked when you were in high school, but that’s not the case once you pass 25. Your metabolic rate, or how quickly you burn calories or fat, is at its highest in your teens and early 20s, even if you didn’t exercise regularly, meaning, eating fast food during your lunch block was fine and dandy whether or not you had track practice later. However, everyone’s metabolic rate is different and determined by genetics, and as we get older our metabolism slows. Such is life, unfortunately. So what about that person we all know who believes they can have their cake and eat it, too? One: they might be lucky and have a high metabolic rate (try not to let that jealousy get to you). Two (and most likely): they’re not going to see the results they want. Having bottomless fries at Red Robin then working it off didn’t cancel out the fries; it just made it more difficult to lose. Therefore a regular diet high in bad fats and sugars will constantly get in the way of your gym goals. It’s unreasonable to quit an entire diet cold-turkey. But in small ways, the key is to make smart food choices that when stored are healthy for us and give us good nutrients, but will also be “easier” to work off.

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CELEBRITY SOUP

Celebrities Who Are

GREAT COOKS Just cause they can afford a private chef, doesn’t mean they need one! By Riesa Pascal With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s only natural to start thinking about food and maybe some of your households are already arguing about who’s cooking the turkey this year! While it’s apparent that private chefs are a must-have for many celebrities, not every star needs someone else to cook for them. Here are 8 celebrities who not only enjoy cooking, but are also surprisingly good at it. Chrissy Teigen first showcased her love for food by posting recipes she loved to cook—or created herself—on her blog and other social media platforms. In 2015, she released her first cookbook, titled Cravings, which was inspired by recipes from her life with her famous hubby John Legend. Today, you can still regularly see Chrissy cooking up a storm in the kitchen on her Instagram and Twitter, oftentimes featuring beloved family members as her sous chefs. When you have the kind of fame Kris Jenner has, you certainly don’t have to cook if you don’t want to. Fortunately for the Kardashian clan, Kris Jenner actually enjoys taking time out of her busy schedule to cook up comfort food for her family. In fact, she enjoys cooking so much that she even shared some of her favorite foods in a cookbook called In the Kitchen With Kris: A Kollection of Kardashian-Jenner Family Favorites. Inside the cookbook, you’ll find nearly 70 favorite recipes that have become the centerpiece of Kardashian-Jenner family traditions. Apparently a love of cooking runs in the family because much like her mother, Kylie Jenner is also not a stranger to the kitchen. She has often appeared on social media taking her fans along with her as she whipped up her favorite recipes. In 2016, the beauty-mogul even released her own cooking series titled "Cooking With Kylie" for her app and website subscribers. On the show, the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan takes on everything from candied yams and Teriyaki Sliders to healthy stir fries and more. Although she keeps it modest when it comes to her cooking skills, Blake Lively absolutely loves to bake. The A-list actress and fashion icon even celebrated her good friend Beyoncé turning 33 in 2014 by creating an amazing beehive shaped birthday cake that looked more nothing short of a work of art. Lively spoke about the desert in a social media video showcasing the tasty treat writing, “In honor of the Queen of all Bs… I had to make this Meyer Lemon Honey cake.”

We’ve all seen Snoop Dogg work his culinary magic on VH1's Emmynominated Martha and Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party. What you may not know, however, is that Snoop's love for the kitchen actually stems from his self-described "unadventurous" palate. When he is cooking for himself, Snoops says he can always have his favorite dishes, no matter what. Luckily for us, Snoop decided to share these favorite recipes with the world in his debut cookbook, From Crook to Cook: Platinum Recipes from Tha Boss Dogg's Kitchen. The recipe book delivers 50 recipes and OG soul food straight from Snoop's own collection such as Baked Mac & Cheese, Fried Bologna Sandwiches with Chips, Soft Flour Tacos and Easy Orange Chicken. Is there anything David Beckham can’t do? Well if you follow him on Instagram, you know that cooking is not one of those missing talents! The retired soccer star loves to bake, is close friends with Gordon Ramsay, and has even received tips for the kitchen from the celebrity chef such as how to make a perfect Beef Wellington. He regularly takes to his social media to share his cooking skills and has recently held discussions with the BBC and Netflix about a cooking show which would be developed by his company Studio 99. When she’s not headlining sold-out concerts all over the world, Taylor Swift can often be found in the kitchen! Many of her friends have attested to her cooking abilities and she has even said herself that her cooking inspiration is Chef Ina Garten. The “Shake It Off ” singer has been a fan of the famed chef since she was a teenager and loves making Ina Garten’s flag cake recipe for her Fourth of July parties. Swift is also a self-proclaimed food addict and has been known to make her tasty, eye-catching desserts for her own parties. This one was a genuine surprise for me to learn! Before he was serenading the masses with his sultry voice, did you know that Michael Bublé was a cook on a boat? According to the Grammy-award winning artist, he often lived with his great-grandmother as a child and fondly remembers watching her effortlessly cook delicious meals. His father was a fisherman who was away a lot and from ages 17-20, Bublé was hired as a cook on the same boat. He spoke of that time of his life saying he would make meals on the stove in a little galley such as lasagnes, roasts and spaghetti bolognese.

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STYLE MD

|Giving thanks to those that feed us| B Y D A W N H A R R I S S H E R L I N G , M . D . , F. A . C . P.

Lately, I’ve been spending a great deal of time thinking about food. Essentially, this is because that’s what I do every day, but also because Thanksgiving is approaching. Most of what we know about Thanksgiving is apocryphal. The only thing we can count on as being true is that there was eating. And probably giving thanks. Which actually makes it a pretty good holiday. While we have plenty to be thankful for, now seems like a good time to be especially grateful for food. First off, if you didn’t make it yourself, someone else sure as heck did. Thanks to the restaurant workers spending hours behind a hot stove and the servers spending just as many hours running around. And now we have the delivery folks to extend thanks to. These men and women have become the newest addition to front line,

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essential workers. And thanks to the home cooks (usually the moms, but also some dads) who toil without much in the way of gratitude for most of the year. They might be working for free, but their time is worth something—a lot actually. Thinking about what to make in the coming week and making sure the ingredients are on hand, requires a great deal of mental energy and also time—let’s estimate this at about ten minutes per dinner per day. If we consider the fact that the clean-up involved in a homecooked meal is often fifteen minutes or more, the dinner that our handy recipe said would take only 20-25 minutes to make, is now pushing up against an hour. Including time spent planning, time spent cooking, and then the clean-up, what’s the real cost of all this? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the

average hourly wage of a worker in the U.S. was around $27 in 2019. That means, on average, we value fifteen minutes of an American worker’s time at around $7. If ingredients to prepare a meal at home cost a family $15, but the time required to plan, shop for, make, and clean up the meal takes an hour, the meal really just cost about $42, but was free for you (if you weren’t the one who just fed everyone). The second group people to thank are the people who grow, harvest, and transport our food. About a year ago, my husband and I decided to plant a garden. Since we are Floridians, we also got a couple of citrus trees, a banana tree, and a mango tree. To date, we have successfully harvested about 2.5 lemons (one had a bad spot that needed to be cut out so we lost a half), a few bunches of green beans, and about five servings of broccoli. The herbs did okay until it got hot.


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Now we just have rosemary and okra. And we still can’t get the kids to eat the okra. It turns out that growing stuff is hard. Other things want to eat what you are growing, the plants get sick, and weeds can seem unstoppable. If it were up to me to grow food for my family, I don’t think we’d make it. And yet, I can go to the supermarket and pretty much get whatever produce or meat I want. It took a veritable army of people to get that food there, most of whom work for very little pay. They have now also become essential workers who deserve abundant thanks and probably a raise. The other people we have to thank are the ones that fed us from the time we were too small to even ask properly. And whether by bottle or breast, feeding babies is hard work. Newborns want to be fed every two hours, which can pretty much feel like constantly. Bottles need to be cleaned and formula is expensive. And contrary to popular opinion, breast feeding is only free if the one who is doing the feeding’s time is worth nothing. Many mothers spend hours directly feeding or expressing milk to be fed to their babies. At $27 an hour? Let’s just say that this coming Mother’s Day, you owe mom. Big time. So, while your Thanksgiving gathering may be a bit smaller this year or include a few Zoom or FaceTime guests, it doesn’t have to be less meaningful. Give thanks, and if you can, maybe slip the delivery guy an extra twenty.

Dr. Sherling is a general internist and clinical associate professor at Florida Atlantic University Schmidt College of Medicine. She is the author of several academic articles and a medical thriller, Not Quite Dead. Website: dawnharrissherling.com Twitter: @dharrissherling

THE OTHER PEOPLE WE HAVE TO THANK ARE THE ONES THAT FED US FROM THE TIME WE WERE TOO SMALL TO EVEN ASK PROPERLY.

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DESIGN

DESIGN TRENDS A Dash of Inspiration One thing is for sure: regardless of the season, quotes will never go out of style. Whether you wake up feeling joyful or on the wrong side of the bed, that extra splash of motivation hanging on your bedroom wall will never be too much. Canvas wall quotes are a perfect way to embrace your personality, inner thoughts, and perhaps your most quirkiest details. So go on and shop for a canvas that just screams YOU!

NOVEMBER DECOR: CANDLES

It’s time to light up your season One of the most exciting things about fall is deciding which fragrances will take center stage inside of your home. Scents like apple, cinnamon, and pumpkin are November classics - perfect for sparking warm, cozy aromas in the bedroom or kitchen. While burning scented candles year-round is enjoyable, there’s something about picking out autumn aromas. Fall scents are atmosphere-shifters and ooze complete relaxation. It’s time to fill your home with pleasant fragrances that will make your space more inviting this season. Here are our top three favorites from Yankee Candle.

1. Spiced Pumpkin This warm, comforting fragrance makes everyone hungry for mom’s recipe of pumpkin pie! With vanilla, cinnamon, and sweet sugar, this scent mixes sweet and spice just to have everything nice. 2. Sparkling Cinnamon Your room will be filled with a stellar cinnamon aroma within minutes of lighting the candle! 3. Honeycrisp Apple Cider This fragrance just oozes that sweet apple scent you’ve always desired.

BRIGHT AND ALL WHITE

Achieve a trendy minimalist look

An interior design trend that was predicted would go away this year is still sticking around. This season, it continues to be all about white. White countertops, white cabinets, white walls. There’s no denying that this minimalist trend ensures a light, airy feel inside of the home. Add personality to your space by throwing in some distinct wood pieces, plants, or cozy textures. Gravitate toward bright and white (spaces) and give your home a rich, sophisticated, and clean look. By Riesa Pascal

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OUR TOWN

International Style on Display at FusionFest FusionFest is a free two-day celebration in Downtown Orlando, held each year on the Saturday and Sunday after Thanksgiving Day, featuring a kaleidoscopic fusion of aromas, sights, sounds, tastes, textures, and fascinating short films that represent the many diverse origins and heritages of our community. Now in its fourth year, and already a Thanksgiving weekend tradition in Orlando, for two days the front lawn of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts comes alive with a Diversitastic! display of art, fashion, film, music, dance, and food – representing more than 100 cultures found throughout Greater Orlando. This diversity-minded festival has ballooned into a year-round program of in-person and online gatherings that are strengthening the connections between Central Florida’s many heritage communities. FusionFest is the signature event of the nonprofit organization by the same name. In its inaugural edition, the event received the Award of Excellence in the Downtown Orlando Partnership’s Golden Brick Awards and took first place in the “Community Outreach Program” and “Sponsor Partnership” categories of the Florida Festivals and Events Association’s SunSational Awards.

In addition to honoring traditions, FusionFest also encourages collaboration and innovation through fusion contests offering up to $1,000 in cash prizes for participants who will combine elements from different cultures into a new and exciting original. Music, dance, fashion, spoken word, visual arts, film, and food all offer contests and each area is judged by a different diverse panel of judges. The runway at FusionFest will come alive with a kaleidoscopic of fashion from around the world, reflecting the diverse origins and heritages of our community. There are two ways to wear your culture and share your fashion story at FusionFest 2021. You can walk the runway in an outfit representing your heritage for the Heritage Runway Showcase. Or if you are a fashion designer, you can enter your original design for a chance to win $1,000 in the Fusion Fashion Design Contest. For more information about FusionFest fashion, music, visual arts, dance or film competition, visit FusionFest.org.

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VACATIONLAND

Home for the Holidays Embrace all the festivities of the holiday season through music this year with The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra! Albert George Schram creates a musical celebration that the whole family can enjoy, featuring the Holiday Singers and Opera Orlando Youth Chorus. Located at the beautiful Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in Downtown Orlando, Home for the Holidays is the perfect way to welcome the most wonderful time of the year.

Holidays at the Hotel

Top Hotels for a Staycation for Thanksgiving Looking to get away without going far? Search no further than The Ritz-Carlton at Grande Lakes. One thing to be grateful for during the season of thanks is the beautiful weather it welcomes. The Ritz-Carlton at Grande Lakes is ideally located between the Everglades and Orlando’s worldclass theme parks. The hotel provides all kinds of outdoor activities such as sunrise safaris, kayaking, fishing expeditions, and their championshiplevel golf course. Not to mention the on-site farm Whisper Creek Farm that provides fresh ingredients for their restaurants. You won’t miss

Festival of Trees

Sparkling Holiday Traditions

An Orlando favorite for more than thirty years, the Festival of Trees is a tradition that showcases holiday spirit like no other. The Orlando Museum of Art displays designer Christmas trees, custom hand-designed wreaths, a gingerbread village, holiday vignettes, and much more on November 13th. They even start off the festival with an elegant gala night that features live music, food, and VIP access to view the designer trees. You will feel as if you’ve left Orlando and entered a dazzling, holiday wonderland.

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Grandma’s stuffing this thanksgiving with 11 toprated restaurants and dining experiences available to you at the Ritz-Carlton. Have yourself a Caribbean-inspired Thanksgiving at the luxurious Caribe Royale resort this year! The Tropicale at Caribe Royale holds a buffet of traditional Thanksgiving favorites and made-from-scratch desserts that you can enjoy with the sweet sound of live jazz music! When you’re done indulging in a lavish buffet, you can relax at one of their three outdoor swimming pools or even take a trip to the spa for a massage!


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ORLANDO’S FIVE STAR REALTORS

ORLANDO STYLE MAGAZINE’S

FIVE STAR REALTORS

2021

SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL FEATURE

Our mission at Orlando Style Magazine is to bring visibility to professionals who exhibit excellence, integrity, client service and high standards that have made them preeminent and highly successful. Orlando’s Five Star Realtors are selected based on survey, referrals and feedback from their professional peers. This is an ongoing campaign and we ask you to cast your vote/suggestion for your favorite professional in our city at OrlandoStyleMagazine.com. The following pages exhibit this issue’s Orlando’s Five Star Realtors.

Silvia Beham Danny Hilwa New Day Real Estate Group Elizabeth Petters Ken Teixeira DeVonna Craner

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FIVE STAR REALTORS

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Silvia Beham Listing Agent, RE/MAX 200 Realty

Silvia Beham is known as the Above and Beyond real estate agent by

Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and living in Orlando, Florida for 30

her colleagues and clients. She has special designations as a Certified

years, Silvia received her real estate license in 2006 and began her career

Residential Specialist (CRS) Certified International Property Specialist

with RE/MAX. Silvia has received the RE/MAX "Above & Beyond" Award

(CIPS) and Real Estate Negotiation Expert (RENE). With her training and

in 2014 and "Rising Star Awards" in 2016 through 2019. Her experience

skills as an Accredited Staging Professional (ASP) Certified Luxury Home

has earned Awards in the RE/MAX 100% club from 2017 through 2020.

Marketing Specialist (CLHMS) and Feng Shui Consultant, Silvia and her team of Remodelers, Stagers, and Photographers transform homes into

Silvia has an extensive network of real estate professionals through her

beautiful listings. These listings have a fabulous online presentation. Her

national and international connections with RE/MAX, CRS, CLHMS and

territory is centered around the greater Orlando Metro Area, however she

CIPS, referring and receiving clients whose needs extend beyond Florida.

frequently brings her talents to clients throughout Central Florida from

She is always ready to assist her clients and to go the extra mile for all their

Daytona to Tampa and all points in-between.

real estate needs!

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Danny Hilwa, P.A. ALHS Accredited Luxury Home Specialist | English - Spansih - Arabic Danny Hilwa has a unique passion for Orlando, having lived in the area for 44 years since he was 3 years old. Attending Park Maitland, Trinity Prep and Rollins College he has watched Central Florida develop from a small town into the magnificent city that it is today. He has been licensed for 20 years specializing solely in high-end luxury properties, gaining intense experience with a proven track record of results with top sales and numerous awards throughout his career. He is an Accredited Luxury Home Specialist (ALHS) and is fluent in English, Spanish and Arabic. Danny believes that the key to this industry is loyalty and treating each client like family rather than as a transaction, many agents preach this but rarely follow through and try to work with as many clients at once. As a result he is proud and humbled to have an amazing reputation built by repeat clients and referrals using very little self-advertising. He is committed to his family and feels his upbringing is the foundation of his ability. In fact he is fortunate to have both his parents and his brother as neighbors in his community, which he feels is his biggest blessing. Danny and His wife Diana love to travel often experiencing cultures and learning traditions abroad. Over the years he has developed amazing skills in the art of negotiation because all the postcards and ads mean nothing if your agent does not understand that the core of real estate is intense and calculated negotiation. Danny is proud to have closed over $115 million

in personal sales and these earned numbers are his own. The general public does not realize that most agents often combine the sales figures of multiple agents in their office, such as a team and lump their sales figure in advertisements to show an impressive amount to lure your business. Many do the same when representing “combined years of experience.” Always remember that even the best surgeon can only do so many procedures without sacrificing the quality and attention to each patient. Also remember that you will truly only be hiring ONE agent to represent you, even in the largest office or the best team it will be one individual you will be calling for help. If it seems that you agent is boasting sales that seem unrealistic that is exactly what they are doing. Remember when you get a 'Just Sold' card in the mail most of the time the agent who mailed it to you DID NOT actually sell that home. Danny urges you to find the agent, not the office, who will give you the attention you need and deserve to make the process work in your best interest. As a resident of Vizcaya, Danny specializes solely in Dr. Phillips, Windermere and Lake Nona, with 100 percent of his sales in these areas he knows and loves. He is truly honored to be able to be a part of Orlando's growth and would love the opportunity to represent you and your family. Considering his humility and dedication to the luxury market and Danny's love for Orlando, his motto remains the same from the day he started two decades ago: "The one thing money will never buy you is class!"

Millennium Homes Realty, LLC | 1220 S. Bumby Ave. Orlando, FL 32806 | 407-808-5252 | www.dannyhilwa.com

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New Day Real Estate Group at Kylin Realty Our 5-Star Group has expanded to include Karin and Tracy Dent, who have lived in and loved Central Florida for over 35 years. Now they have expanded their interests all the way east to the beach and back! With a new condo base at the sandy shores, Karin returned to her passion for real estate and her former partner, Jean, now also partnered with Edson. And Tracy, a legendary sports broadcaster, 20 - year Media Director of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and owner of Tracy Dent Enterprises, joins the group as marketing director, putting his many skills to use in Real Estate. Together, New Day RE Group is paving a path from Central Florida straight east to the best beaches, homes and condos not only in Orange County, but now also in Volusia County. Senior partner Jean, who brings to the group over 30 years of experience in the local market as a trusted realtor, has sold many homes in Central Florida, multiple times. Edson, who was born in Brazil, speaks English, Portuguese and Spanish and has expertise in international investments and relocation, rentals and property management. Our New Day Group offers a true concierge level of service and commitment to the people who entrust us with the purchase and/or sale of their home. The members of New Day adhere to the Realtor Code of Ethics, while offering transparency, professionalism and accessibility. We look forward to serving you and becoming your Real Estate Consultants for Life.

Jean DeVeney, Edson De Freitas, Karin and Tracy Dent FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: Jean 407-491-3999 Edson 407-534-7976 Karin & Tracy 321-217-3393

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Elizabeth Petters Realtor Growing up in the City of Chicago, Elizabeth learned about real estate from an early age. Her grandfather owned several apartment buildings for investments to rent out the units. He took great care of the apartments to make sure they were always maintained in excellent condition because he wanted to make sure his financial investment would appreciate and he always wanted to keep his tenants happy. He instilled in Elizabeth the pride of ownership and being successful in real estate. Elizabeth got her real estate license in Chicago in 2003 and, as a 3rd generation Chicago born, was excited to sell in her hometown. The first house she sold was to a pediatrician at Cook County Hospital. As her client, Elizabeth helped her purchase and sell several homes within the year. However, Elizabeth’s husband was transferred to Orlando in 2005 and they have been in Central Florida ever since. Elizabeth got her Florida real estate license in 2007 and started with Coldwell Banker Realty. Her father-in-law was also with Coldwell Banker in the Silicon Valley/Bay Area and had been for 36 years. He was also a great mentor and knew the key to success in real estate was the relationships with people. Elizabeth has had the privilege of helping clients purchase their first home or a vacation home or an investment home or to downsize. Each client is unique and special. Each transaction is different and can have its own set of challenges. Elizabeth works with the #1 Real Estate company in the state of Florida, the best title company, the best lenders and the best team because the goal is to have a successful closing. Elizabeth has lifelong clients that return for their

second or third home purchases or to build their investment portfolio. Relationships, trust and knowledge are the fundamental elements of success in real estate. Elizabeth has grown her career in Central Florida and has seen Central Florida grow as well. It has been an exciting time to live here. Orlando now has the best in sports and theatre such as Orlando City Soccer Club, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, ICON Park and Orlando Museum of Art. It is ranked as one of the best places to live. Elizabeth loves the community and the people. She has 3 children and her younger 2 are in college. She has a freshman at the University of Florida and a junior at Florida State University. Her oldest graduated from FSU and now works for Lockheed Martin. She and her husband are proud parents and have been contributors of the athletic boosters and fine arts programs. Her husband of 29 years, Dave, is an Executive Director at Advent Health. They are deeply rooted in Central Florida and want to help make it better everyday. Elizabeth wants everyone that relocates here to know they are making the right decision. Everyone looking to sell or buy has their own story to tell based on their unique situation. Elizabeth has helped clients that want to purchase in Oviedo to be near UCF or that want to play golf in Eagle Creek in Lake Nona or that want to live in Wekiva to be near family. Real Estate is exciting and crucial to providing the greatest asset and value. Elizabeth is grateful to serve Central Florida and is honored to be named a 5 STAR ORLANDO REALTOR.

701 E. Washington St., Orlando, FL 32801 | P: 407-683-3941 | www.OrlandoNeighborhoodHomes.com | elizabeth.petters@cbrealty.com

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Ken Teixeira Weichert, Realtors - Hallmark Properties Ken has over 24 years of experience in the Real Estate Industry. His ability to navigate our constantly changing real estate market- coupled with his sharp business acumen, fierce dedication and passion for real estate- has been proven year in and year out… he has been the companywide Top Producer since 2009. Ken attributes his success to vast market knowledge, unparalleled customer service and an unequaled commitment to his clients and their needs. Here is what some of his clients have said: “Ken is honestly the best Realtor we have EVER had! He is knowledgeable, hard working, detail oriented and trustworthy. He has well exceeded our expectations on BOTH selling and buying our homes.” “Ken’s simply the best in the business. His professionalism, attention to detail and kind demeanor made for a seamless sale of our home. In addition, Ken is well connected within the community to ensure all aspects of his client’s real estate needs are met.” “We have bought and sold three houses and Ken has been the best agent we have dealt with hands down.” “Detail! Attention to detail! This is what you will experience when working with Ken! It is pure luck to be so lucky to work with Ken. You will fall in love with your purchase, because he expects nothing less.” “Ken is the standard by which all agents should be measured. From the beginning it was apparent he was a highly skilled and experienced career real estate agent.” These qualities have led to many honors and awards: Ken has been the #1 agent in Florida and in the top 15 nation-wide for the entire Weichert Organization for the last 5 years. He is an eight-time recipient of the President’s Club Award and is a five time recipient of the Champion’s Club Award- the highest honor in the Weichert Organization. It is his thirteenth consecutive year to be named to Orlando Magazine’s HOT 100, his sixth consecutive year to be named one of Orlando Style Magazine’s Five Star Professionals In Real Estate and he is a multiple recipient of the Five Star Professional Best in Client Satisfaction Award. Ken is an Accredited Luxury Home Specialist (ALHS) and one of less than two percent of Realtors nationwide to hold the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation. He is also Relocation Certified, working with Orlando’s top corporations and their transferees.

400 W. Morse Blvd., Suite 103, Winter Park, FL 32789 | P: 407-697-4946 | kentexrealtor@gmail.com

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FIVE STAR REALTORS

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DeVonna Craner Craner and Company Real Estate Group DeVonna Craner, as the owner of Craner and Company, has built a business based on dedication, ethics and communication! She serves clients across the state from Clearwater Beach to downtown Orlando, even as far as Palm Coast. She will travel from coast to coast to find the perfect home for her clients. As a central Florida native for nearly 30 years, and working in the real estate market for over 20 years, she specializes in central Florida, lakefront and oceanfront properties! Years of dedication and proven results, has earned her a ranking of Orlando Top Producer year after year. Unique knowledge of the central Florida geography gives her clients an advantage when searching for the perfect home. DeVonna knows that purchasing a home can be a lengthy process, her goal is to make it easy and effortless. Craner and Company Real Estate Group offers clients more: an understanding of real estate contracts, a customized service for individual

clients and a trusted relationship when purchasing a home. Today’s demanding housing market requires a realtor that will fight for you, ensuring that you get the best deal. DeVonna believes it is important to provide exceptional customer service 24-7 and she offers each client confidence in their purchase! Join ‘Team Craner’ today; let Craner and Company make your home buying process the smoothest transaction you’ve ever experienced! Contact her today at Craner and Company Real Estate Group at 407-947-1252 and follow her on social media at: @CranerandCompany

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WHAT’S

HAPPENING ORLANDO

NOV 1 / Casselberry Food and Wine Festival 6PM / Lake Concord Park NOV 2 / Madison Beer: The Life Support Tour House of Blues NOV 2 / Orlando Ballet: Uncorked 7PM / Harriets Orlando Ballet Centre NOV 6 / Marc Anthony 7pm / Amway Center NOV 6 / Run for Beer 11am / Oviedo Brewing Co NOV 9 / Fusion Fest 7pm / Downtown Orlando

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NOV 10 / I Said Yes to Networking - November 2021 Luncheon 11:30 am / 310 Lakeside NOV 12 / 35th Annual Festival of Trees Gala 7pm / Orlando Museum of Art NOV 12 / EDC Orlando Times Vart / Tinker Field NOV 13 / Orlando Beer Festival 12pm / Festival Park NOV 17 / International Drive Friendsgiving 7pm / Cooper’s Hawk Winery


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P H OTO G R A P H Y BY B R I O N P R I C E

Art of the Vine - New Hope 4 Kids @ Fields BMW

Cookie Pop & Candy Pop Event at American Social

Orlando Style Party at London House

Unity event at Citrus Club

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˚AFRICAN˚ W: BOMA-FLAVORS OF AFRICA Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, 2901 Osceola Pkwy., Lake Buena Vista 407-939-3463. disneyworld.disney.go.com

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W: JIKO- THE COOKING PLACE Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, 2901 Osceola Pkwy., Lake Buena Vista 407-939-3463. disneyworld.disney.go.com W: SANAA Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Kidani Village, 2901 Osceola Pkwy., Lake Buena Vista 407939-3463

˚AMERICAN˚ C: 903 MILLS MARKET 903 S. Mills Ave., Orlando 407-898-4392. 903 millsmarketcafe.com C: ACE CAFE ORLANDO 100 W. Livingston St., Orlando 407-996-6686. acecafeusa.com W: ARTIST POINT Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, 901 Timerline Dr., Lake Buena Vista 407-939-3463. disneyworld.disney.go.com/dining

From top tier restaurants to hidden gems to wine bars & lounges. We proudly present your ultimate Orlando area dining guide.

C+S+W: BETH’S BURGER BAR See Website for Multiple Locations. bethsburgerbar.com W: CALIFORNIA GRILL Disney’s Contemporary Resort, 4600 North World Dr., 15th Floor, Lake Buena Vista 407-939-3463. disneyworld.disney.go.com W: CHEF’S TABLE AT THE EDGEWATER 99 W. Plant St., Winter Garden 407-230-4837. chefstableattheedgewater.com W: COPPER CANYON GRILL Pointe Orlando, 9101 International Dr., Orlando 407-363-3933. ccgrill.com C+N+W: DEXTER’S See Website for Multiple Locations. dexwine.com W: EARLS KITCHEN+BAR The Mall at Millenia, 4200 Conroy Rd., Orlando 407-345-8260. earls.ca C: EMBER 42 W. Central Blvd., Orlando 407-849-5200. emberorlando.com W: EVERGLADES RESTAURANT Rosen Centre, 9840 International Dr., Orlando 407-996-9840 ext. 3610. evergladesrestaurant.com N: FARM & HAUS 3201 Corrine Dr., Orlando 407-801-1698. farmandhaus.com. N: THE GLASS KNIFE 276 S. Orlando Ave., Winter Park 407-500-2253. theglassknife.com C+N+S+W: GRAFFITI JUNKTION See Website for Multiple Locations. graffitijunktion.com W: HARD ROCK CAFE 6050 Universal Blvd., Orlando 407-351-7625. hardrock.com/cafes/orlando


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N: HILLSTONE 215 S. Orlando Ave., Winter Park, 407-740-4005. hillstone.com

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N northside

W: THE WHISKEY 7563 W. Sand Lake Rd., Orlando 407-930-6517. downatthewhiskey.com

W: LAKEHOUSE Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress, 1 Grand Cypress Blvd., Orlando. 407-239-4240. grandcypress.regency.hyatt.com

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N: LUKE’S KITCHEN AND BAR 640 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland 407-674-2400. eatatlukes.com

C+W: HAWKERS STREET FARE - See Website for Multiple Locations. eathawkers.com

N+W+E: MARLOW’S TAVERN See Website for Multiple Locations. marlowstavern.com

C: KING BAO 710 N. Mills Ave., Orlando 407-237-0013. kingbaowow.com

C: MAXINE’S ON SHINE 337 N. Shine Ave., Orlando 407-674-6841. maxinesonshine.com

C: MAMAK -1231 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando 407-270-4688. mamakasianorlando.com

E: OMELET BAR 12250 Strategy Blvd., Orlando 407-704-1597. omeletbar.com

W: MORIMOTO ASIA JAPANESE - Disney Springs, 1600 E. Buena Vista Dr., Orlando 407-939-6686. patinagroupp.com/morimoto-asia

N: ORLANDO MEATS 728 Virginia Dr., Orlando 407-598-0700. omeletbar.com

C: NOODLES AND RICE 813 N. Mills Ave., Orlando 407-895-8833. noodlesandricecafe.com

N: THE OUTPOST NEIGHBORHOOD KITCHEN 2603 Edgewater Dr., Orlando 407-930-6282. outpostcollegepark.com

N: SUSHI LOLA’S 2902 Corrine Dr., Orlando 407898-5652. sushilolas.com

N: THE PARKVIEW 136 S. Park Ave., Winter Park 407-647-9103. theparkviewwp.com

C: TAKO CHEENA 932 N. Mills Ave., Orlando 321-236-7457. mytakocheena.com

N: THE RAVENOUS PIG 565 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park 407-628-2333. theravenouspig.com

N: JUMBO CHINESE RESTAURANT 1967 Aloma Ave., Winter Park 407-657-8878. jumbowinterpark.com

W+N: RUSTEAK See Website for Multiple Locations. rusteakwinebar.com W: SEASONS 52 7700 Sand Lake Rd., Orlando 407-354-5212. seasons52.com C: SE7EN BITES 617 N. Primrose Dr., Orlando 407-203-0727. se7enbites.com N: SHAKERS AMERICAN CAFE 1308 Edgewater Dr., Orlando 407-422-3534. shakerscafe.com W: SLATE 8323 W. Sand Lake Rd., Orlando 407-500-7528. slateorlando.com C: THE SMILING BISON 107 N. Magnolia Ave., Sanford 407-915-6086. thesmilingbison.com N: SWINE & SONS PROVISIONS 595 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park 407-636-7601. swineandsons.com W: TOMKOS TAVERN WOOD-FIRED PIZZA & MEATS 7720 N Turkey Lake Rd., Orlando 407-203-2222. tomkos.com N: THE TAP ROOM AT DUBSDREAD 549 W. Par St., Orlando 407-650-0100. taproomatdubsdread.com C: THE WATERFRONT 4201 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 407-866-0468. thewaterfrontorlando.com

S southside

E eastside

W westside

˚CAJUN/CREOLE˚ W: THE BIG EASY See Website for Multiple Locations. thebigeasyfl.com N: TIBBY’S NEW ORLEANS KITCHEN See Website for Multiple Locations. tibbys.com

˚CONTINENTAL˚ W: CHATHAM’S PLACE 7575 Dr. Phillips Blvd., Orlando 407-345-2992. chatamsplace.com N: HAMILTON’S KITCHEN at The Alfond Inn 300 E. New England Ave., Winter Park 407-998-8090. thealfondinn.com W: JACK’S PLACE Rosen Plaza Hotel. 9700 International Dr., Orlando 407-996-1787. jacksplacerestauraunt.com W: NINE18 The Villas of Grand Cypress, 1 N. Jacaranda, Lake Buena Vista 407-239-1999. grandcypress.com

˚CREATIVE/ CONTEMPORARY˚ N: 1921 BY NORMAN VAN AKEN 142 E. 4th Ave., Mount Dora 352-385-1921. 1921nva.com

W: KIM WU 4904 S Kirkman Rd., Orlando 407-2930752. facebook.com/Kim-Wu-Chinese-Restaurant

C: ARTISAN’S TABLE 22 E. Pine St., Orlando 407-730-7499. artisanstableorlando.com

C: MING’S BISTRO CHINESE1212 Woodward St., Orlando 407-898-9672.

C: THE BOHEME Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando, 325 S. Orange Ave., Downtown 407-313-9000. grandbohemianhotel.com

C: PETER’S KITCHEN CHINESE3922 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando 407-895-8174. peterskitchencbb. business.site

˚BARBEQUE˚ C+N+S+E+W: 4 RIVERS SMOKEHOUSE See Website for Multiple Locations. 4rsmokehouse.com N+W+E: BUBBALOU’S BODACIOUS BAR-B-QUE See Website for Multiple Locations. bubbalous.com C: CECIL’S TEXAS STYLE BAR-B-QUE 2800 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 407-423-9871. cecilsbbq.com C+S: PIG FLOYD’S URBAN BARBAKOA See Website for Multiple Locations. pigfloyds.com W: THE POLITE PIG Disney Springs, 1536 Buena Vista Dr., Orlando 407-938-7444. disneyworld.disney.go.com/dining

S: CANVAS RESTAURANT & MARKET 13615 Sachs Ave., Orlando 407-313-7800. canvaslakenona.com W: CAFE TU TU TANGO 8625 International Dr., Orlando 407-248-2222. cafetututango.com W: CAPA Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort, 10100 Dream Tree Blvd., Lake Buena Vista 407-313-7777. fourseasons.com/orlando W: ITAR BISTRO AND MARKET 7065 Westpoint Blvd., Orlando 407-757-0553. itarbistro.com S: K RESTAURANT 1701 Edgewater Dr., Orlando 407-872-2332. krestaurant.net W: KNIFE & SPOON Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lakes 407-206-2400. C: LUMA ON PARK 290 S. Park Ave., Winter Park 407-599-4111. lumaonpark.com

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Crock Pot

APPLE CRANBERRY CIDER The Perfect Thanksgiving Drink

INGREDIENTS 8 cups (64 ounces) cranberry juice 4 cups (32 ounces) apple cider 1 cup fresh cranberries 1 orange (sliced) 2 tbsp packed brown sugar 4 cinnamon sticks (plus more for garnish) 1 tbsp whole cloves (tied in a cheesecloth to contain them) 1 ounce light or dark rum per served glass

RECIPE - Combine cranberry juice, apple cider, cranberries, brown sugar, cinnamon sticks, orange slices and cloves in crock pot. - Cook on high if you plan on using within 2-3 hours. Cook on low for longer. - Allow to simmer and warm until ready to serve, stirring occasionally. - Add in one ounce of rum per mug. - Finally garnish with additional cinnamon stick, cranberries, orange slices and a rosemary twig.

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W: MARKET TO TABLE 146 Plant St., Winter Garden 407-970-8876. market2table.com S: MOOR Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center, 6000 W. Osceola Pkwy., Kissimmee. 407-586-1101. marriott.com C: THE OSPREY TAVERN 4899 New Broad St., Orlando 407-960-7700. ospreytavern.com W: PRIMO JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes, 4040 Central Florida Pkwy., Orlando 407-393-4444. primorestaurant.com C: THE RUSTY SPOON 55 W. Church St., Orlando 407-401-8811. therustyspoon.com

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N northside

S southside

E eastside

W westside

N+W: THE CHEESECAKE FACTORY See Website for Multiple Locations. thecheesecakefactory.com

N: CHEZ VINCENT 533 W. New England Ave., Winter Park 407-599-2929. chezvincent.com

E: VALKYRIE DOUGHNUTS 12226 Corporate Blvd., Orlando valkyriedoughnuts.com

C: DOVECOTE 390 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 407-930-1700. dovecoteorlando.com

˚EUROPEAN˚

N: LE COQ AU VIN 4800 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 407-851-6980. lecoqauvinrestaurant.com

C: BAUERN-STUBE 8015 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 407-857-8404. bauern-stube.com

˚GREEK˚

N: SANTIAGO’S BODEGA See Website for Multiple Locations. santiagosbodega.com

N: HOLLERBACH’S WILLOW TREE CAFE 205 E. First St., Sanford 407-321-2204. willowtreecafe.com

C: THE GREEK CORNER 1600 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 407-228-0303. thegreekcorner.net

W: STRONG WATER TAVERN Loews Sapphire Falls Resort at Universal Orlando, 6274 Hollywood Way, Orlando 407-503-5000. loewshotels.com/sapphire-falls-resort

C: SCHUMANN’S JAGER HAUS 25 W. Church St., Orlando 407-985-1950. schumannsjagerhaus.com

W: TAVERNA OPA Pointe Orlando, 9101 International Dr., Orlando 407-351-8660. tavernaoparestaurant.com

W: THE TASTING ROOM 99 W. Plant St., Winter Garden 407-230-4837. chefstableattheedgewater.com

˚FRENCH˚

˚INDIAN˚

W: TIFFINS Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Lake Buena Vista 407-939-3463. disneygo.com

N: CAFE DE FRANCE 526 Park Ave. S., Winter Park 407-647-1869. lecafedefrance.com

W: AASHIRWAD INDIAN RESTAURANT 7000 S. Kirkman Rd., Orlando 407-370-9830. aashirwadrestaurant.com

W: URBAIN 40 8000 Via Dellagio Way, Orlando 407-872-2640. urbain40.com W: VICTORIA & ALBERT’S Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, 4401 Floridian Way, Lake Buena Vista 407-824-1089. victoria-alberts.com

˚CUBAN˚ N: BLACK BEAN DELI 325 S Orlando Ave. Suite 1-1, Winter Park; 1835 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando 407-628-0294. blackbeandeli.com W: COLUMBIA 649 Front St., Celebration 407-566-1505. columbiarestaurant.com W: CUBA LIBRE Pointe Orlando, 9101 International Dr., Orlando 407-226-1600. cubalibrerestsauraunt.com S: PADRINO’S CUBAN BISTRO 13586 Village Park Dr., Orlando 407-251-5107. padrinosbistro.com

˚DESSERT˚ C: BETTER THAN SEX 1905 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 407-761-8949. betterthansexorlando.com C: BLUE BIRD BAKE SHOP 3122 Corrine Dr., Orlando 407-228-3822. bluebirdbakeshop.com N: BUTTERMILK BAKERY 1198 Orange Ave., Winter Park 321-422-4015. buttermilk-bakery.com C: CHARLIE’S GOURMET PASTRIES 3213 Curry Ford Rd., Orlando 407-898-9561. charliesgourmetpastries.com C: P IS FOR PIE 2806 Corrine Dr., Orlando 407-745-4743. crazyforpies.com


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M A G A Z I N E

S: BOMBAY CAFE 1137 Doss Ave., Orlando 407- 240-5151. bombaycafeorlando.net

C: LA BELLA LUNA 4886 New Broad St., Orlando 407-85-0025. labellalunafl.com

N: KOHINOOR INDIAN RESTAURANT Ethan Allen Plaza, 249 W. State Rd. 436, Suite 1093, Altamonte Springs 407-788-6004. kohinootindianrestaurant.com

W: LA LUCE 14100 Bonnet Creek Resort Ln., Orlando 407-597-3600. laluceorlando.com

N: MEMORIES OF INDIA Shoppes at Lake Emma, 3895 Lake Emma Rd., Lake Mary 407-804-0920. memoriesofindiacuisine.com W: RASA 7730 W. Sand Lake Rd., Orlando 407-930-0402. eatatrasa.com

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N+E: TAMARIND See Website for Multiple Locations. tamarinfl.com

˚IRISH˚ N: FIDDLER’S GREEN 544 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park 407-645-2050. fidderlsgreenorlando.com W: HAGAN O’REILLY’S IRISH PUB 16112 Marsh Rd., Winter Garden 407-905-4782 facebook.com/Hagan.OReillysPub

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W: RAGLAN ROAD IRISH PUB AND RESTAURANT Downtown Disney, 1640 E. Buena Vista Dr., Lake Buena Vista 407-938-0300. raglanroadirishpub.com

˚ITALIAN˚ N+W: ANTHONY’S COAL FIRED PIZZA See Website for Multiple Locations. acfp.com

W: PEPERONCINO CUCINA 7998 Via Dellagio Way, Orlando 407-440-2856. peperonicocucina.com C: PIZZA BRUNO 3990 Curry Ford Rd., Orlando. pizzabrunofl.com N: PRATO 124 N. Park Ave., Winter Park. 407-262-0050. prato-wp.com W: RAVELLO Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort, 10100 Dream Tree Blvd., Lake Buena Vista 407-313-7777. fourseasons.com/orlando N: ROCCO’S ITALIAN GRILLE & BAR 400 S. Orlando Ave., Winter Park 407-644-7770. roccositaliangrille.com W: VINCENZO CUCINA ITALIANA 8255 International Dr., Suite 112 Orlando 407-745-4030. vincenzosorlando.com W: VITO’S CHOP HOUSE 8633 International Dr., Orlando 407-354-2467. vitoschophouse.com W: WINTER GARDEN PIZZA COMPANY 46 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden 407-877-1930. wintergardenpizza.com

W: BICE Loews Portofino Bay Hotel 5601 Universal Blvd., Orlando 407-503-1415. biceorlando.com

˚JAPANESE˚

W: CHRISTINI’S RISTORANTE ITALIANO Dr. Phillips Marketplace, 7600 Dr. Phillips Blvd., Dr. Phillips 407-345-8770. christinis.com N: ENZO’S ON THE LAKE 1130 S. 17-92, Longwood 407-834-9872. enzos.com N: FRANCESCO’S RISTORANTE & PIZZERIA 400 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland 407-960-5533, francescosrist.com E: GOODFELLA’S PIZZERIA 11873 East Colonial Dr., Orlando 407-658-6615. goodfellasorlando.com W: MULINO Walt Disney World Swan Resort, 1200 Epcot Resort Blvd., Lake Buena Vista 407-934-1199. swandolphin.com/ilmulino

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N: NONNO’S RISTORANTE ITALIANO 1140 E. Altamonte Dr., Altamonte Springs 407-260-8900. nonnositalianrestaurant.com

N: ANTONIO’S 611 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland 407-645-1035 antoniosonline.com

W: CALLA BELLA Rosen Shingle Creek, 9939 Universal Blvd., Orlando 407-996-3663. calabellarestaurant.com

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N+E: MELLOW MUSHROOM See Website for Multiple Locations. mellowmushroom.com

C: AMURA 54 W. Church St., Orlando 407-316-8500. amuradowntown.com W: BANSHOO SUSHI BAR Rosen Centre Hotel, 9840 International Dr., Orlando 407-996-9840. rosencentre.com N: DOMU 3201 Corrine Dr., Orlando 407-960-1228. domufl.com W: DRAGONFLY ROBATA GRILL 7972 Via Dellagio Way, Orlando 407-370-3359. dragonflysushi. com/orlando C: KABOOKIU SUSHI 3122 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando 407-228-3839. kabookisushi.com W: JAPAN FOOD AKI RESTAURANT 8910, 7460 Universal Blvd., Orlando 407-354-0025. aki-japanese-restaurant.com


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N northside

W: NAGOYA SUSHI See Website for Multiple Locations. nagoyasushi.com

W: CEDAR’S Plaza Venezia, 7732 W. Sand Lake Rd., Dr. Phillips 407-351-6000. orlandocedars.com

C+W: SEITO SUSHI See Website for Multiple Locations. seitosushi.com

N+W+E: PARAMOUNT FINE FOODS See Website for Multiple Locations paramountfinefoods.com

C: SHARI SUSHI LOUNGE 621 E. Central Blvd., Thornton Park 407-420-9420. sharisushilounge.com

S: VILLA DE FLORA Gaylord Palms Resort, 6000 W. Osceola Pkwy., Kissimmee 407-586-1114. gaylordpalms.com

C: SHIN SUSHI AND SAKE BAR 803 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 407-648-8000. shinsushi.com W: SUSHI TOMI 8463 S John Young Pkwy., Orlando 407-352-8635. sushitomi.com E: SUSHI POP 310 W. Mitchell Hammock Rd., Oviedo 407-542-5975. sushipoprestaurant.com C: YAMASAN SUSHI & GRILL 1606 N. Mills Ave., Orlando 407-228-1730. yamasanorlando.com E: YUKI HANA 3635 Aloma Ave., Oviedo 407-695-8808. sushioviedo.com W: ZETA BAR & SUSHI LOUNGE Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek, 14100 Bonnet Creek Resort Ln., Orlando 407-597-3600. hiltonbonnetcreek.com/dining/zeta-bar-sushi-lounge

˚KOREAN˚ C: BEE WON KOREAN CUISINE 5100 Dr. Phillips Blvd., Orlando 407-601-7788. beewonkorea@gmail.com N: SEOUL GARDEN 511 E. Horatio Ave., Maitland 407-599-5199. C: SHIN JUNG 1638 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando 407-895-7345. shinjungkorean.com

˚LATIN/SPANISH˚ N: BULLA GASTROBAR 110 S. Orlando Ave., Winter Park 321-214-6120. bullagastrobar.com N: CEVICHE TAPAS BAR & RESTAURANT 125 W. Church St., Orlando 321-281-8140. ceviche.com W: FOGO DE CHÃO 8282 International Dr., Orlando 407-370-0711. fogodechao.com W: MANGO’S TROPICAL CAFE 8126 International Dr., Orlando 407-673-4422. mangos.com/orlando W: TAPA TORO 8441 International Dr., Orlando 407-226-2929 tapatoro.restaurant

˚MEDITERRANEAN˚ N+W: BOSPHOROUS TURKISH CUISINE See Website for Multiple Locations. bosphorousrestaurant.com

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˚MEXICAN/TEX-MEX˚ W: AGAVE AZUL 4750 S. Kirkman Rd., Orlando 407-704-6930. agaveazulorlando.com C: BLACK ROOSTER TAQUERIA 1323 Mills Ave., Orlando 407-601-0994. blackroostertaqueria.com N: COCINA 214 151 E. Welbourne Ave., Winter Park 407-790-7997 .cocina214.com W: FRONTERA COCINA Disney Springs, 1604 Buena Vista Dr., Lake Buena Vista 407-560-9197. fronteracocina.com N: HUNGER STREET TACOS 2103 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park 407-444-6270. hungerstreettacos.com W: MI CASA TEQUILA TAQUERIA Rosen Shingle Creek, 9939 Universal Blvd., Orlando 407-996-9939. rosenshinglecreek.com C+N+W: PEPE’S CANTINA See Website for Multiple Locations. pepescantina.com C: REYERS MEZCALERIA 821 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 407-868-9007. reyesmex.com W: TAQUITOS JALISCO 1041 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden 407-654-0363

˚SANDWICHES˚ C: BEEFY KING 424 N. Bumby Ave., Orlando 407-894-2241. beefyking.com W: THE DELI DOWNTOWN 18 N. Boyd St., Winter Garden 407-347-3873. thedelidowntownwg.com C: POM POM’S TEAHOUSE & SANWICHERIA 67 N. Bumby Ave., Orlando 407-894-0865. pompomsteahouse.com W: SAVOREE 2 W. Plant St., Winter Garden 407347-5222. savoree.net

˚SEAFOOD˚ N: BLU ON THE AVENUE 326 S. Park Ave., Winter Park 407-960-3778. bluontheavenue.com W: DEEP BLU SEAFOOD GRILLE Wyndham Grand Orlando, Bonnet Creek, 14651 Chelonia Pkwy., Orlando 407-390-2420. deepbluorlando.com ORLANDOSTYLEMAGAZINE.COM |

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W: TODD’S ENGLISH’S BLUEZOO Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel, 1500 Epcot Resorts Blvd., Lake Buena Vista 407-934-1111. swananddolphin.com N: WINTER PARK FISH COMPANY 761 Orange Ave., Winter Park 407-622-6112. thewinterparkfishco.com

˚SOUTHERN˚ N: THE COOP 610 W. Morse Blvd., Winter Park 407-843-2667. asouthernaffair.com W: HIGHBALL & HARVEST Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, 4012 Central Florida Parkway, Orlando 407-393-4422. ritzcarlton.com

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W: PADDLEFISH Disney Springs, 1670 E. Buena Vista Dr., Orlando 407-934-2628. paddlefishrestaurant.com

W: BULL & BEAR Waldorf Astoria Orlando, 14200 Bonnet Creek Resort Lane, Orlando 407-597-5500. bullandbearorlando.com

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W: EDDIE V’S 7488 W. Sand Lake Rd., Orlando 407-355-3011. eddiev.com

N: CHRISTNER’S PRIME STEAK & LOBSTER 729 Lee Rd., Orlando 407-645-4443. christnersprimesteakandlobster.com

W: A LAND REMEMBERED Rosen Shingle Creek, 9939 Universal Blvd., Orlando 866-996-9939. landrememberedrestaurant.com C: LINDA’S LA CANTINA 4721 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando 407-894-4491. lindaslacantinasteakhouse.com W: MORTON’S THE STEAKHOUSE Dr. Phillips Marketplace, 7600 Dr. Phillips Blvd., Orlando 407-248-3485. mortons.com W: THE PALM Hard Rock Hotel, 5800 Universal Blvd., Orlando 407-503-7256. thepalm.com/orlando W: RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE 7501 W. Sand Lake Rd., Orlando 407-226-3900. ruthschris.com N: SHULA’S 347 Grill Westin Lake Mary Orlando North, 2974 International Pkwy., Lake Mary 407-531-3567. donshula.com W: SPENCER’S FOR STEAKS & CHOPS The Hilton Orlando, 6001 Destination Pkwy., Orlando 407-313-8625. spencersforsteakandchops.com W: STK ORLANDO Disney Springs, 1580 E. Buena Vista Dr., Orlando 407-917-7440. togrp.com/venue/stk-orlando W: TEXAS DE BRAZIL 5259 International Dr., Orlando 407-355-0355. texasdebrazil.com W: THE VENETIAN CHOP HOUSE Caribe Royale Resort, 8101 World Center Dr., Lake Buena Vista 407-238-8060. cariberoyale.com W: VINES GRILLE & WINE BAR 7533 Sand Lake Rd., Orlando 407-351-1227. vinesgrille.com

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