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We’ve been telling you about Cafe Red on Church Street and now it’s open.

Cafe Red (Website | Facebook) is located at 54 West Plaza in the Church Street District [GMap] in the space previously occupied by Five Guys.

The new concept is from the same guys behind Graffiti Junktion; Greg Peters, Tom Hughes and “Tattood” Bill Roberts.

Roberts tells Bungalower the new idea is all about “trying to bring the fun back into fine dining.”

He says they want to create a great spot for lunch or a special occasion dinner and everything in-between.

The menu items range in price from $6 to $20.

“Fine dining that’s affordable,” he said.

To keep the environment fun and still offer affordable options he says they will have price based or cuisine based theme evenings. They’ll also have regular martini specials.

They have a hand-picked wine list that he describes as “affordable esoteric bottles that you don’t see every day.”

The atmosphere is upscale than Graffiti and the portion size slightly smaller, but he says they want to keep the same upbeat positive vive.

Cafe Red on Church Street in Downtown Orlando is open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. with the kitchen open until 1:00 a.m.

Here’s a look at the inside of Cafe Red and the menu for Cafe Red:Cafe Red 6

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  1. These people clearly do well.
    However, I can’t shake the image of a Grafitti Junktion monster truck (skinned in its brand logos) I saw angled sloppily (and arrogantly) over two parking spaces at Marshall’s last year. Like they owned the place.
    No it wasn’t a promotional piece…it was a parking job. It’s critical that brands protect themselves. And know that people are always watching. For me, the image did me in.
    Add that with the bad service we’ve received there and well – I’m non-plussed.

  2. I’m not getting fine dining from that menu, but curious to check the restaurant out.