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À La Cart, modeled after street-fare dining in Oregon with a brick and mortar bar and open air pavilion with several different rotating food trucks located nearby, plans to add a second Orlando location on Michigan Street, southeast of downtown. Its first Orlando location is on Irvington Avenue the city’s northeast side.
It has five semi-permanent mobile food vendors at its present location that offer a variety of international cuisines, making it easy for everyone in your group to find something they would like to eat. Inside the building is a rotating draft list of 15 taps including beer, cider, wine, sangria and non-alcoholic drinks such as cold brewed coffee.
À La Cart is inspired by the food truck parks of Oregon, where owners April and Dustin Williams were high school teachers, according to the company website.