Netflix will be showcasing several Orlando restaurants and businesses in the upcoming season of the popular Netflix show, Somebody Feed Phil, set to premiere on Friday, March 1.

The unscripted culinary travel series will highlight eight different destinations, only two of which are in the United States this season, and was created by the Everybody Loves Raymond showrunner, Phil Rosenthal. Rosenthal worked with Visit Orlando to highlight some of The City Beautiful’s lesser-known restaurants and cultural destinations and sat down with local foodies like Orlando Sentinel‘s Amy Drew Thompson and Tasty Chomp’s Ricky Ly.

We don’t know all of the restaurants Rosenthal visited while in town, but we do know that he featured Orlando’s Puerto Rican-inspired Crocante (Website) and its chef, Yamuel Bigio, in the new season trailer, available below, with his award-winning porchetta.

Tasty Chomps reported last summer on their food blog that Rosenthal may have also visited East End Market, Sampaguita, and Banh Mi Boy in the currently under-construction Tien Hung Market.

Brendan O'Connor

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