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Newsy Nuggets: Dinners, pigs and milk

Written By Scott Joseph On July 17, 2023

Selam Ethiopian & Eritrean Cuisine in Orlando

The July edition of Diversitastic! Dining Experience, the monthly series from FusionFest, will be Tuesday, July 18, at Selam Ethiopian & Eritrean Cuisine. Dinner starts at 7 p.m. and is $59.95 per person. 

The event features a buffet menu of traditional Ethiopian and Eritrean fare, including meser wot, gomen, beef key wot, beef alicha and, of course, all the injera bread you’d like. There will also be cultural entertainment and a talk about the cuisines and heritage by the chef. 

Tickets are available at fusionfest.org.

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On Saturday, July 22, the Venetian Chop House at the Caribe Royale Orlando will offer a tasting menu with courses paired with rosé wines. Cost is $125 per person plus tax and gratuity. Individual seatings are available from 5 to 7:30 p.m., so you can select the time that’s most convenient for you. Go here.

Swine & Sons, the market and eatery that started out as a provisions operation from Ravenous Pig, is branching out pigly, I mean bigly. It will take over food operations at the Milkhouse, a Milk District hall that has never quite found its footing. It will also be partnering to provide a culinary component to new Foxtail Coffee locations opening in the Las Vegas area. The Winter Park S&S will continue.

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