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Pincho Factory Closed

Written By Scott Joseph On March 7, 2017

Pincho Factory tostone

Pincho Factory, the South Florida fast-casual concept, has closed its Restaurant Row Orlando location after just one year.

A social media post noted that there was a sign on the door at the Dr. Phillips Boulevard space saying the restaurant would reopen  after some “issues” were addressed. However, the company directly says the Orlando location is closed permantently. Issues unaddressed, apparently.

Pincho Factory has seven locations, all in the Miami area. When it opened in the Marketplace at Dr. Phillips last year it was the company’s first attempt to expand outside of South Florida. It spcialized in pinchos, which traditionally are small bites, usually meat and usually served on a toothpick. 

When I reviewed it in April, I found most of the food OK, but the Toston Burger, which used two fried tostones in place of bread buns, was quite good. However, other reviews were more spotty.

Did you try Pincho Factory? Will you miss it?


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