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Taglish team to take up pop-up residency at College Park food hub

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Chef Michael Collantes of the popular restaurant, Taglish (Facebook | Website), has formed a new restaurant group that will be leading the charge for a new restaurant in Winter Park.

Soseki (Instagram | Website) will be a modern take on omakase and will offer multi-course dining in a 10-seat, reservation-only dining area expected to open at the beginning of 2021 at 995 W. Fairbanks Avenue [GMap].

Collantes is teaming up with Denni Cha, of Itamae Densho (Instagram) and a 12-year career with some of America’s most influential sushi chefs, to bring the concept to life and the duo will be hosting a series of Densho-style pop-ups and standalone dinners at the Edible Education Experience (Facebook | Website) in College Park until the new Winter Park space has opened next year.

People will be able to get to-go lunch boxes of non-traditional, Craftsman sushi showcasing local product and in-house fermented vegetables harvested from the showcase garden on-property.

The College Park residency is expected to have a grand opening on November 1, 2020, with limited seating in the garden Thursday through Saturday.

Edible Education Experience is located at 26 E. King Street [GMap]. You can learn more about the seed-to-table venue HERE in a previous Bungalower Volunteer Spotlight video.

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Chef Michael Collantes of the popular restaurant, Taglish (Facebook | Website), has formed a new restaurant group that will be leading the charge for a new restaurant in Winter Park.

Soseki (Instagram | Website) will be a modern take on omakase and will offer multi-course dining in a 10-seat, reservation-only dining area expected to open at the beginning of 2021 at 995 W. Fairbanks Avenue [GMap].

Collantes is teaming up with Denni Cha, of Itamae Densho (Instagram) and a 12-year career with some of America’s most influential sushi chefs, to bring the concept to life and the duo will be hosting a series of Densho-style pop-ups and standalone dinners at the Edible Education Experience (Facebook | Website) in College Park until the new Winter Park space has opened next year.

People will be able to get to-go lunch boxes of non-traditional, Craftsman sushi showcasing local product and in-house fermented vegetables harvested from the showcase garden on-property.

The College Park residency is expected to have a grand opening on November 1, 2020, with limited seating in the garden Thursday through Saturday.

Edible Education Experience is located at 26 E. King Street [GMap]. You can learn more about the seed-to-table venue HERE in a previous Bungalower Volunteer Spotlight video.