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CAFÉ D’AN­TO­NIO RIS­TORANTE ‒ Ital­ian. Us­ing a wood-burn­ing oven, a ro­tis­serie and a grill, Café D’An­to­nio’s chefs turn out rose­mary-roasted chicken and veal pic­cata, as well as pasta spe­cial­ties. L, D (daily). www.an­to­nioson­line.com. 691 Front St., Cel­e­bra­tion, 407.566.2233.

COLUMBIA RES­TAU­RANT‒ Span­ish. Fla­vor­ful seafood, paella, the 1905 salad and sangria made ta­ble­side are among the fa­vorites at this ca­sual up­scale Mediter­ranean res­tau­rant dec­o­rated in hand­painted Span­ish tile and old fam­ily pho­to­graphs. L, D (daily). www.columbiarestau­rant.com. 649 Front St., Cel­e­bra­tion, 407.566.1505.

HOLLER & DASH ‒ South­ern. The Ten­nessee-born bis­cuit house pays trib­ute to South­ern cui­sine in a fresh new way with chef-driven recipes, fresh in­gre­di­ents and lay­ers of fla­vors. B, L (daily). www. hollerand­dash.com. 6268 W. Irlo Bron­son Memo­rial High­way, Cel­e­bra­tion, 321.204.1445.

LAKE­SIDE BAR AND GRILL‒ Amer­i­can. Hearty

cui­sine with Florida flair aims to please every diner.

B,L, D (daily). www.cel­e­bra­tionho­tel. com. Bo­hemian Ho­tel, 700 Bloom St., Cel­e­bra­tion, 407.566.6000.

360 AMER­I­CAN BISTRO AND BAR‒ French Bistro. Blend­ing tra­di­tional French Mediter­ranean and Amer­i­can fla­vors, this gas­tro-pub of­fers worldly cui­sine and crafted li­ba­tions en­joyed ei­ther pool­side or while watch­ing the big game in a ca­sual en­vi­ron­ment. B,L, D (daily). www.360bistro­bar.com. Meliã Or­lando Ho­tel, 225 Cel­e­bra­tion Place, 407.964.7000.

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