SPONSORED by Hinge Vintage Hardware: This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news, and some bonus headlines you may have missed.
This month we’ve partnered with our friends at Cooper’s Craft and Winter Park Seltzer to launch a fun local cocktail series called the Bungalower Tap Takeover. Enjoy a refreshing cocktail for $6 all through August, with $1 of every drink going to the Zebra Coalition (Website).
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- SPONSORED – House of the Day: Reconstructed mid-century in Lake Como asking $438,800.
- Coyotes have allegedly killed a dog in Winter Park.
- The City has chosen their first “Bar Czar.”
- Cambria Hotel is back in play by Lake Eola.
- For Sale: Ferg’s Depot owner is looking for equity partners.
- For Sale: Artborne Magazine is for sale.
- There’s an unnamed cafe project coming to Orange and Washington.
- “Orange County Animal Services breaks pet adoption record for July.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Sutton & Sutton merges with Keller Williams at the Parks.” – College Park Community Paper
- “Allegro Senior Living community coming to Winter Park area.” – Winter Park/Maitland Observer
ICYMI Here are some other news updates you may have missed:
- The documentary Lionhearted on Amazon Prime looks at the final days of Red Lion Pub.
- A new bar called the “Lion’s Den” will open next to the Soccer Stadium this fall.
- MetroPlan Orlando has shared a video update on their Corrine Drive Complete Streets study.
- The “Livingston Wedge” development team has released some updated plans.
- North Quarter Market is shaking up their retail offerings.
- Bring to Orlando: White asphalt roads.
- A Game of Thrones musical is coming to Dr. Phillips Center.
- The new LYMMO Lime circulator opened last week in Parramore.
- “Orlando City concedes late goal to fall 2-1 in Montreal.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Four LGBTQ Central Florida and Tampa Bay chefs on finding their tribe in the restaurant life.” – Watermark
- “College Park artist builds conversation, community through dinnerware.” – College Park Community Paper