Caribbean restaurant opening new ghost kitchen near downtown Orlando

A popular Caribbean restaurant that opened its first location in Orlando just before the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020, will open a second location at a popular ghost kitchen collective near downtown.

Seanna’s Caribbean will open its newest location this summer, operating a ghost kitchen out of the Dollins Food Hall, which is located at 18 N Dollins Avenue.

The restaurant made the announcement through its social media channels, attributing the growth to the successful reception of its first location by the community.

“Thank you to all of our customers for growing with us, sticking with us, allowing us to serve the community, giving us more than one chance to get it right, telling family and friends, and giving us constructive criticism because without that, growth is not possible,” reads a post from the group’s Instagram page.

Seanna’s Caribbean opened its first location at 719 Good Homes Road in January 2020. The restaurant features a bevy of soul food dishes and Caribbean-flavored favorites including oxtail, curry chicken, and Jerk pork, among many others.

In addition to traditional favorites, the business showcases a variety of pastas, seafood, “sammiches,” and specialty dishes. For more information on the restaurant, visit Seanna’s Caribbean restaurant website.

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