If you are a Bungalower Bundle subscriber the March Bundle is already on the way to your house, so get ready to explore your neighborhood.

When you sign up for the Bungalower Bundle, you receive an envelope of carefully curated gift certificates, freebies and deals from local businesses in the Bungalower neighborhoods every month for only $9.95. Every bundle includes a $10 gift certificate to a local restaurant and at least three other offers to places we have most likely written about in the past month.

100 percent of the proceeds goes towards supporting Bungalower.com, so not only are you getting great deals to local businesses, but you’re also making sure that we can continue to write about news that matters to you.

This month’s offers include:

$10 Gift Certificate for Baoery Thornton Park – The latest effort by the talented Chef Greg Richie, Baoery is a fresh new take on traditional Asian cuisine re-imagined as modern American bar food. Apparently, there is a whole thing about steaming bread instead of baking it. It’s delicious,  you’re welcome.
Donut and a Drink at Market on SouthMilk DistrictValhalla Bakery is making wave with their delicious vegan donuts. Take advantage of this exclusive Bungalower-only offer and get a half-baker’s dozen deal just by waving your voucher at the chef. They’re calling it the “Milk District Half-Dozen” and you get to be the guinea pig.
You’ll need something to wash those deep-fried goodies down so get a free tea on us. You’ll need to purchase a sandwich too though. Darn.
City Colorful Post CardOrlando – Jen Jedlicka’s amazing Orlando-themed coloring book has been selling out so regularly on our online shop that we thought we’d throw you a post-card-shaped bone with this mini coloring page. We hope you enjoy this mini coloring post card as much as we enjoy the actual book, which is currently available to purchase at shop.bungalower.com.
Free cup of Miso Soup from Konbini at East End Market  – Audubon Park – Everyone’s favorite tiny sushi restaurant Kappo, closed earlier in the year. Now in its place is KONBINI, Orlando’s very own authentic Japanese convenience store,  right in the heart of East End Market. Take advantage of the ramen table and microwave or the ready-made sandwiches (we recommend the peanut butter and yuzu) while grabbing your to-go Miso. Insider tip: They also have a great selection of sake.

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