A new restaurant that features a collection of boba teas, craft beers, and bao buns has opened its doors in downtown Orlando.
The Bao Spot celebrated its official grand opening at 54 W Church Street, Suite 140, on December 1. The new business is located beneath the Orlando Fringe ArtSpace, next door to Birria 1983.
As its name suggests, The Bao Spot serves up a collection of bao buns, in addition to boba teas, bowls, and burgers. From fried yuca, braised beef, and softshell crab, to panko shrimp and fried chicken, baos feature a variety of flavors and proteins.
Boba flavors include traditional milk and Thai teas, as well as mango, peach, strawberry, and passion fruit ice teas, among others.
In addition to its savory options, the restaurant also features multiple varieties of churro, as well as a few types of beers and ales.