Explore the newest businesses to open in Orlando

Photo: StreetWise Urban Food/Yelp
Photo: StreetWise Urban Food/Yelp

Itching to discover the newest restaurant and retail additions to Orlando? From a vegetarian spot to a breakfast eatery, read on for the newest spots to open their doors recently.

Hungry Pants

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Hungry Pants is a spot to score salads, burgers and wraps that's located at 3421 S. Orange Ave. So far, it's been well-received: it's got a five-star rating out of 26 reviews on Yelp.

Expect a variety of yummy vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options at what the business describes on its Facebook page as "Orlando's very own plant-curious, fast-fine eatery."

Yelpers rave about this spot's lavender creme and cucumber ginger sodas. The menu features a black bean burger and roasted sweet potatoes (they come with green yogurt and almond gremolata). Signature salads and bowls can be customized with avocado, seared salmon, a poached egg and more. 

Streetwise Urban Food

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Head over to 4434 Hoffner Ave. and you'll find Streetwise Urban Food, a new Tex-Mex, New American and breakfast and brunch spot.

U Roll Sushi

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A newcomer to Central Business District, U Roll Sushi is a sushi bar and Thai spot that's located at 100 E. Pine St., Suite 100.

Get your sushi fix at this spot offering more than 20 signature and classic rolls, ranging from California to Mexican (with cream cheese and jalapeño) to Bangkok spice (with spicy chicken, wanton strips and sweet Sriracha sauce). If you want to shake up your taste buds, build-your-own fiery roll or try the earthquake, which comes with spicy tuna, salmon, crab salad, avocado, seaweed salad and both dynamite and sriracha sauces. (View the full menu). 

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