If you’re visiting Orlando during the month of September you’re in for a real treat. September is designated as Magical Dining Month, during which 70 of Orlando’s top restaurants will serve up three-course prix-fixe dinners for $30. Indulge your inner gourmet with an appetizer, entrée and dessert at a different restaurant every day of the week.
This is the 7th year for the event. There are three new three new restaurants on the list of dining options including Prickly Pear, Nick’s Italian Kitchen and Fogo de Chao.
A wide range of restaurants are participating in the Magical Dining Month, spread out across six unique dining districts. They consist of:
Convention District: Encompassing International Drive, this district is home to the largest amount of Magical Dining restaurants, including eateries like The Capitol Grille, Charley’s Steak House and Vito’s Chop House.
Disney/Lake Buena Vista District: Upscale, fine dining options are available here. Options include The Venetian Room, Todd English’s bluezoo and La Luce by Donna Scale.
Downtown District: Amidst the lively atmosphere you’ll find trendy and local favorites like Citrus Restaurant, Funky Monkey Wine Company, Le Coq Au Vin and The Boheme.
Universal/CityWalk District: Universal signature restaurants participating in Magical Dining Month include Emeril’s Tchoup Chop, Bice Ristorante and The Palm.
Restaurant Row District: Upscale and casual restaurants are found along this one-mile stretch of Sand Lake Road. Choose from Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion, Timpano Italian Chophouse and Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine, Ocean Prime, Moonfish and Big Fin Seafood Kitchen.
Winter Park District: This quaint area serves up selections from Luma on Park and Chez Vincent, among others.
For a full list of restaurants and menus for Orlando’s Magical Dining Month, click here.
One dollar from each meal will be donated to this year’s charity, the Edgewood Children’s Ranch.