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Michelin Guide reveals which Florida restaurants get stars June 9 at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando

By Faiyaz Kara

Now that Florida's taxpayer-funded tourism bureaus have coughed up more than $1 million to bring Michelin Guide inspectors to the Sunshine State, we'll find out which restaurants receive stars, Bib Gourmands and green stars Thursday, June 9, at 6:30 p.m. at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lakes. Since Michelin announced they were coming to Orlando, folks have asked me, "Do you think any Orlando restaurants will get a Michelin star?" to which my response is, "If they don't, Visit Orlando just wasted $350,000."

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Orlando celebrated stars and suds at Beer 'Merica this weekend

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By Alex Galbraith

Orlando celebrated stars and suds at Beer 'Merica this weekend
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By Orlando Weekly Staff

310 Restaurants  
    Multiple locations
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     Photo via Yelp/Sandra I.
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By Melissa Perez-Carrillo

Harrell’s Hot Dogs and Cold Cones

54 W. Plant St., Winter Garden, 407-554-2021

Harrell’s is the perfect spot for classic and inventive hot dogs. You can build your own hotdog by choosing the type of bun, meat and toppings.
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By Melissa Perez-Carrillo

The Goblin Market
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