DISHCRAWL IS A HIT IN ORLANDO The food adventure’s successful launch has the city wanting more


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The food adventure’s successful launch has the city wanting more

 

Dishcrawl, a national start-up founded on the premise that communities can be brought together through good food and good company, recently had launched in Orlando and was a hit! Dishcrawl takes food lovers on a gourmet Dishcrawl to four distinctive restaurants in one night. It’s like a pub crawl — but more delicious! Check out all the food and fun we had on our blog.

Dishcrawl came to Orlando with the mission to give folks a reason to get out of the house and socially engage with each other while helping local restaurants gain exposure and will continue to do so with it’s second event on April 3rd: Downtown Dishing. Reservations are $45 per person and can be purchased at dishcrawl.com/orlando.

“The first event was awesome!,” says Orlando Dishcrawl Ambassador Lindsey Voltoline. “The guests and myself got to experience new foods and meet new people. It was a lot of fun and it’s only going to get better as we do more events.”

Participating restaurants are kept secret until two days before the event, at which time only the first location is revealed to ticket holders.

For more information about Orlando’s upcoming Dishcrawls visit dishcrawl.com/orlando, check out our blog at dishcrawl.com/blog or follow @DishcrawlOrl.

About Dishcrawl

Dishcrawl creates dining experiences and events to satisfy anyone’s craving.  Our mission is to show food lovers the best dishes in local restaurants.  You can find your local Dishcrawl Ambassador leading you through progressive dinners, prix fixe dinners, and other fun food events!  Dishcrawlers can enjoy dining experiences in San Francisco, New York, Montreal, Ottawa, San Jose, Toronto, Philadelphia, DC, and more.  Visit Dishcrawl.com for a local dining experience.

One Comment Add yours

  1. Really love the concept of this event and would love to attend the next one.

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