SPONSORED by Orlando International Wine Festival: 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.
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- Apple is looking to build a new fourth campus with their Trump-led tax break dollars and Orlando seems to be in the running.
- Stir Orlando is in soft opening right now in the former home of Nova/Elliott’s/Brian’s.
- There’s a Record Store Crawl coming to town that takes you store-to-store via bus, with booze, pizza, and music. Have fun.
- The new Social Enterprise Accelerator awarded their first $25,000 prize package to a locally-made Transit Accessibility App.
- The new 1803 Pizza Kitchen is now open in the old O’Stromboli space in Audubon Park.
- Ask Bungalower: Why is the City’s Parking Division not taking credit card payments?
- California Tortilla finally opened their new Church Street location last week after two years of delays.
- “New liquor law means more boozy cocktails for Orlando’s restaurant-goers.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Steve Leery reelected as Winter Park Mayor.” – Winter Park/Maitland Observer
- “GayDayS Inc. moving host hotels, possible date change for 2019.” – Watermark
- “Winn-Dixie will close 94 stores, including three in the Orlando area.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Orlando-based record labels run on contacts, passion.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Lockheed Martin’s new $3.5B contract will yield Orlando jobs.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Magley selected for Orlando tennis center in Packing District.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Full demo schedule for Winter Park Paint Out.” – Bungalower
- “Gratitude Coffee looking to open brick and mortar.” – Bungalower
- “Eyes on the Street: Art Deco Alden warehouse available for lease.” – Bungalower
- “Cyclehop launches new mobility app.” – Bungalower
- “Beyonce and Jay-Z bringing tour to Orlando.” – Bungalower
- “1940s Lake Como home wants $248,500.”
- “Move-in-ready Audubon Park mid-century ranch asking $320,000.”
HOT EVENTS THIS WEEK:
- Monday 3/19: Concert for George Screening (Maitland)
- Tuesday 3/20: 1920 Ocoee and Beyond (Parramore)
- Tuesday 3/20: Waitress (Downtown)
- Wednesday 3/21: Orlando Solar Bears vs. South Carolina Stingrays (Parramore)
- Thursday 3/22: Opening Reception: Enduring Beauty: Seminole Art and Culture (Ivanhoe)