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Bulla -Gastrobar


It is Bite-30 in Orlando this month and Bulla’s gastro bar was one of the restaurants the participated in this event. Bite-30 is a concept that allows you to get an appetizer, entreé, and dessert for $30. This idea really gives you a chance to experience some of the finer cuisines without putting a dent in your wallet. The pictures below came from a menu exclusively for Bite-30. I’ve added a link below where the full menus are available.

In the meantime, let me show you a sneak peek of, “Girls Day Out”, Courtney’s and my visit to Bulla.







Here’s a look at their menu at Bulla-Gastrobar.

Bulla's Menu (2)

Bulla's Menu (1)

Let’s take a peek inside this amazing restaurant.

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If traveling to Spain is out of reach for you, at this time in your life, Orlando has given us the next best thing, Bulla! Bulla, a gastro bar offers the traditional dishes of Spanish cuisine. Located at 110 S. Orlando Ave. #7, Winter Park, FL 32789.

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The Ravenous Pig And Cask & Larder

Located in the Winter Park area, a great gastropub along with a unique “Southern Public house”.  While these two are sister restaurants, may have distinct differences, they are definitely bound by common threads. Both restaurants are owned by chefs James and Julie Petrakis. The Ravenous Pig was one of Florida’s first restaurants to conquer the use of local farmers, fishermen, and artisanal purveyors. Cask & Larder, offers southern- sourced seasonal dishes, craft beers brewed on-site, and freshly shucked oysters from their oyster bar.

If you plan on visiting the Orlando area, one or both of these fabulous restaurants are a must-stop on your culinary tour. Oh, and one other important note, they’ve already added another new addition to their family, Swine & Sons. A shop offering provisions such as jellies, pickles, and rubs you can take with you. For more information on both locations, visit their websites, or Here’s a peek of what you can expect to see.

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