Drink

Did you eat yet?… 12 Questions with Emi Newman aka @EmiBeFeasting

📸: @emibefeasting In this week’s installment of, “Did you eat yet?”, we’re sitting down with Emi Newman, a local foodie who keeps us drooling on Instagram. We asked her about her absolute favorite meal in Orlando, where she’s taking her out-of-town guests to eat, and what she’s drinking at happy hour with her favorite Orlandoan.   […]

/ April 27, 2021


Did you eat yet?… with Christian Ziegler of Perla’s Pizza

Alright, alright, alright.  We’re back with the third installment of our new series, “Did you eat yet?” Every Wednesday, I’ll “sit-down” with a local restaurateur, chef, or foodie to talk about how they got their start, their favorite meals in Orlando, and maybe even sneak in a secret recipe or two. Along the way, we’ll […]

/ March 30, 2021


Orlando’s biggest restaurant openings and closings in 2020

2020 was a tough one for local businesses, especially restaurants. Here’s a round-up of Orlando’s biggest restaurant openings and saddest closings.

/ December 17, 2020


🎁 Pulptown’s Very Merry 2020 Gift Guide (Extended)

Explore 51 (and counting) of our favorite local gift ideas, from cookies to art to coloring books — and these gifts aren’t just for the holiday season.

/ December 8, 2020


13 ways to use your stimulus check to support Orlando— if you can spare it

Give back to the city that you love. (📸: Pulptown file photo) Stimulus payments started arriving last week and more are expected this week — you may have received yours already. And what Orlandoans do with that money really matters as local businesses struggle with the economic impacts of this pandemic.  According to economists, every […]

/ April 29, 2020


41 Hispanic-owned businesses to support year-round in Orlando

A personal favorite of Team Pulptown to support during Hispanic Heritage Month and every month is Pig Floyd’s in the Mills 50 neighborhood. (📸: @kaylaobrien_media/Pulptown) National Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from September 15 to October 15, is intended to be a recognition and celebration of the many contributions Latinx, Hispanic, and Latino-identified communities have […]

/ October 6, 2019


The City Curious: What are your questions about College Park?

(📸: akatiej/Pulptown) In our latest neighborhood spotlight, we’re exploring College Park. College Park got its name from the many streets that were named for … you guessed it, colleges. It’s pretty popular among seniors and young professionals — a decade ago, the joke was that once you aged out of downtown, you moved there. The […]

/ September 9, 2019


Spotlight on Mills 50: Wally’s

(📸: @kaylaobrien_media) Whether you love or hate the changes, one thing’s for sure: Wally’s is back (just a little more “polished”). A staple since 1954, longtime beer and spirit seekers cherished the “come as you are” attitude that the bar fostered and it was an incredibly sad day last year when Wally’s announced its unexpected […]

/ August 4, 2019


Where to find the best Southern food in Parramore

While Chef Nick Aiken has cooked for legends like Elvis Presley, Muhammad Ali and Coretta Scott King throughout his culinary career, he says he’s most proud to be the head chef and owner of Nikki’s Place. Chef Nick was raised in Parramore and has been serving up southern staples like chitterlings, collard greens, and black-eyed peas for 20 […]

/ April 29, 2019


Orlando’s Castle Church Brewing: A holy union of beer and gospel

MEET THIS LOCAL TO KNOW: Jared Witt is a Lutheran pastor at Orlando’s only brewery that also holds church service. Castle Church Brewing Community is located near the Orlando International Airport and opened its doors back in December. It’s a brewery that holds church service on Sunday and Wednesday. Witt’s business partner Aaron Schmalzle started […]

/ April 16, 2019