Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining starts Aug. 18 with new tiered system and 100+ restaurants

Hope you’re hungry because Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining returns August 18 with over 100 of Orlando’s best restaurants. Each eatery will serve guests three-course prix-fixe menus, which will be either $40 or $60 as part of their new tiered system.

2023’s roster includes 21 new restaurants and eight recognized by the MICHELIN Guide.

“In our 18th year, it was time to recognize the incredible growth and range of Orlando’s culinary scene by expanding Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining with the debut of a $60 menu tier, in addition to the current $40 menu offerings,” said Casandra Matej, president & CEO of Visit Orlando. “We are also proud to announce our support for The Lifeboat Project, an organization shining a light on the dark realities of human trafficking. One dollar from each $40 menu and two dollars from each $60 menu will offer the opportunity for Magical Dining to have an even greater impact on our community.”

Menus are now live. Peruse and find where to book your reservations, sort menu tiers, dietary needs, cuisines, locations, and hotel offers.

The newest additions to Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining are:

The MICHELIN Guide recognized spots are:

After guests enjoy the meals, enjoy an overnight stay at one of the many amenity-filled hotels and resorts with special savings for both locals and Florida residents. Starting at $329, The Alfond Inn offers a one-night stay in a classic room, complimentary parking, champagne, and dinner for 2 at Hamilton’s Kitchen. Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort, The Lake Nona Wave, Melia Orlando Celebration, and the Wyndham Grande Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek are all offering 20% off. Find more offers here and book early to secure your room.

Each year, Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining chooses several Orlando non-profits as charity beneficiaries. One dollar from each $40 meal and $2 from each $60 meal is being donated to The Lifeboat Project, which raises awareness on human trafficking and empowers survivors through aftercare, programs, and educations.

Visit Orlando is also awarding a $2,000 donation to a local non-profit in the six Orange County commission districts:

Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining begins August 18 until October 1.

Header photo c/o Visit Orlando