The storm has passed and Orlando restaurants are slowly but surely opening to cater to the masses searching for a hot meal. If you're going stir crazy and have had enough tuna and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to last a lifetime, here are a few Orlando restaurants open after Hurricane Irma. Wait times may be long but please remember that these local businesses are doing the best they can. Please be patient and considerate as they serve you to the best of their ability.
A cornerstone of Downtown Orlando, Wall Street Cantina will be open on Tuesday, September 12th starting at 11am for lunch. If you're in the downtown area, swing by for a bite and much deserved $3 Margarita.
The easygoing, neighborhood pizzeria for NY-style pizza in Thornton Park was one of the very few Orlando restaurants open after Hurricane Irma. They are open for regular business hours pending on product availability.
Orlando's premier island-themed bar and restaurant is serving island food and music
El Patron, a family owned restaurant, serves traditional Mexican dishes such as Tacos and Fajitas. The family style Mexican restaurant in Orlando is open after Irma.
The newest member to the Thornton Park District, Muddy Waters a Two Chefs Restaurant offers fresh seafood, oyster bar, and amazing drink specials in Orlando.
Now open! Mango's Tropical Café Orlando is the largest restaurant and nightclub destination in the Southeast with live entertainment nightly.
HOURS: Sun-Wed: 7:00am - 2:00am Thurs, Fri, Sat 24 hours
Need a drink? The Knight's Pub is your traditional college establishment providing students with a full bar of drink specials in Orlando.
Get out of the house and have a sit-down dinner with your family. A hot meal makes everything better. The Lake Mary Restaurant serves up Irish inspired food in Central Florida.
Want to grab and go? Local Krystal's fast food restaurants are open in Orlando after Hurricane Irma.
An American Burger w/ Less Attitude & More Gratitude. Savor the flavor of the eat, drink & vibe w/ a crowd that is always fresh - never frozen! Your favorite burger bar is open for regular business hours post Irma. 11am-2am.
The Orlando Microbrewery and Taproom is open and ready to serve up drink specials on Tuesday.
Your neighborhood craft beer, wine bar and eatery will be serving up over 300 craft beers and bar food in Orlando after Hurricane Irma.
Bringing Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine to South Downtown Orlando, the restaurant in Orlando is open after Hurricane Irma.
Tin & Taco is open for business and serving up craft tacos and tins of ice cold beer and soda.
Fun New American Restaurant featuring hand crafted mule cocktails. HAPPY HOUR Tuesday - Saturday 4pm-7pm & 10pm-11pm Sunday 4pm-7pm $5 Draft Beers $5 Wines By The Glass $6 Signature Cocktails.
Taverna Opa restaurant in Orlando is open after Hurricane Irma and welcomes you to loosen your ties, and have an unforgettable experience while enjoying great food and entertainment.
First Watch is an award-winning Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch favorite that specializes in both traditional and innovative creations all freshly prepared to order. Currently the UCF and Winter Garden locations have confirmed that they are open for business.