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Portillo’s has a timeline to open its first local restaurant in metro Orlando.
The Oak Brook, Illinois-based chain will open its 7,800-square-foot location at 7715 Palm Parkway at the $1 billion O-Town West mixed-use development on March 2, according to an announcement by the company. Portillo’s menu is known for Chicago-style hot dogs, famous Italian beef sandwiches and its famous chocolate cake.
“We’re thrilled to expand our presence in Florida and be part of such an iconic community,” Portillo’s CEO Michael Osanloo said in a prepared statement. “This new restaurant will allow us to bring Portillo’s to long-time fans and first-time guests in the Orlando area, as well as serve the many tourists in one of the country’s most popular destinations.”
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