The culinary scene in Orlando has exploded in recent years. New restaurants providing the highest-quality in service and food to their customers have been popping up all over town. 

Fortunately, Orlando Main Streets has found a great way to celebrate this growth. They will host the fourth Main Streets Restaurant Week August 4-11 and showcase several neighborhoods that make Central Florida great. 

There will be participating restaurant partners in these districts: Audubon Park, Church Street District, College Park, SoDo, Gateway Orlando, Ivanhoe Village, Mills 50, The Milk District and Thornton Park. Last year, over 50 restaurants took part. 

The whole goal of Main Streets Restaurant Week in Orlando is to have each of these establishments offer a select prix fixe menu with price points of $5, $10, $20 and $50. The price depends on the normal menu of the restaurant and whether it is lunch or dinner.

There are no tickets required to join in on the dining fun. Foodies can just choose the Orlando restaurants they would like to visit and enjoy everything that Restaurant Week has to offer. 

The list for 2018 eateries that will open their doors for this showcase is not yet complete, but participants have remained fairly consistent over the years. 

Orlando Main Streets was an organization created in 2008 by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and the Orlando City Council. It is meant to recognize the vital part that these commercial neighborhood districts play in the health of the places they serve. 

What Main Street Restaurant Week participant do you hope to visit? Let us know in the comments below. 

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