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Archive for Monday, March 28, 2016

Spotlight: Brunch At Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World has gotten into the brunch business. Last week I told you about Brunch at the Top, at California Grill. This week we look at the other restaurant now serving Sunday brunch: Narcoossees at Disneys Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. The two restaurants are conveniently connected by the Monorail, and if you really wanted to, you could combine the two for one really super brunch, which is what I did as an invited guest for a media tour of the two new offerings. Of course, it would cost you. Brunch at the Top is priced at $80 per person, plus tax and tip. Narcoossees Waterfront Brunch costs $69 ++. Of the two brunch options, Narcoosees is the more ...
Published in Scott Josephs Restaurant Guide, Spotlight

Intersection: Friday News Round Table

Flint Michigans water crisis sparked a reckoning for not just Michigan but other parts of the country too. The space coast has water problems too but its not the drinking water, its whats flowing into the Indian River Lagoon. Altamonte Springs teams up with Uber.
Published in Central Florida News, Intersection

Theatre, Booty Run, Science & Drag Race

Three award-winning plays by two different Fringe luminaries: Paul Strickland and Stewart Huff will be the feature at Fringe Year Round – Redneck Comedy Night. The show is Saturday at 7 and 9 at Orlando Shakespeare Theatre. For more information go to orlandofringe.org. Theres a fun kid and pet friendly event to raise colon cancer awareness with a beer garden, vendors, food, and prizes. Its called Food Fit Fun Booty Run. Booty? Oh dear. The run is Saturday 8 to 10 in the morning at Blue Jacket Park in the back…um rear err…BOOTY. part of Baldwin Park. For more information go to ty Lewis cancer foundation.org. The 3rd Annual Science Play Festival celebrates the intersection of science and the arts. ...
Published in Commentaries, Spotlight, The Daily City