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Dragonfly Orlando “Our Table” Blog Post: COVID Dining


Dragonfly To Go Cocktails

Dining Out Isn’t Quite the Same… The “getting ready” routine for COVID Dining in Orlando now consists of a quick check for wallet, keys, phone, mask because in the crazy 2020 world, things have changed. Dining out, let alone leaving your home, is not quite the same as it was just a few short months […]

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Dragonfly Restaurants Event: Orlando Gift Card Special 2020


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DURING THESE TRYING TIMES, WE WANT TO HELP With the uncertainty that has taken hold of us all, we know money is going to be tight. We’ve already shifted our business into non-profit mode just to survive. Any and all revenues we’re able to generate are going directly toward retaining as many of our team […]

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Dragonfly Orlando Event: NYE 2020


NYE 202 Dragonfly Orlando Specials

LET’S RECONNECT, CELEBRATE & LOOK TO THE FUTURE In Japanese culture, the new year (shogatsu or oshogatsu) is the most important holiday of the year. Because the Japanese view the new year and a fresh start, New Year’s Eve is traditionally a time spent with family and close friends. If you’re looking for a nice relaxing […]

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Dragonfly Orlando Event: Knife Sharpening with Master Lau 2019


Knife Sharpening with Vincent Kazuhito Lau of Korin Trading Co.

Learn to Sharpen from a Master! Join us on Saturday, July 20th as we open the bar early to welcome Vincent Kasuhito Lau of Korin International into the Dragonfly of Orlando into our Sand Lake Road kitchen. Vincent will be to showcasing the latest in Japanese steel and running a live demonstration on the knife […]

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Dragonfly Orlando Event: International Sushi Day 2019


2019 International Sushi Day Dragonfly Maki Rolls

2019 International Sushi Day While November 1st is National Sushi Day, 2019 International Sushi Day is celebrated on June 18th. So…. the celebration is about to begin! This year, celebrate the right way while exploring Dellagio Plaza on Sand Lake Road before dinner. You can take a stroll around the fountain, look for the perfect new designer piece […]

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Dragonfly Restaurants Event: Bottomless Easter Lunch Orlando 2019


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  Our Unlimited Easter Lunch is Backā€”and Better than Ever! Join us for Easter lunch this Sunday, April 21st and enjoy ALL YOU CAN EAT made-to-order kitchen favorites, hand-carved prime rib, freshly shucked oysters, shrimp cocktail, and many more! Service starts at 11:00 am and wraps up at 2:30 pm (with last call @ 2:00). The bottomless Izakaya favorites […]

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Dragonfly Orlando Event: Valentine’s Day 2019


The Best 2019 Valentine’s Day in Orlando! We’re excited to share a glimpse into what the team has been working on in honor of Cupid’s Big Day. With only 10 days left, you’ll want to get your Valentine’s Day reservation in soon. In addition to these artful specials, we’ll also be serving our full dinner and sushi […]

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Dragonfly Orlando Event: Mother’s Day 2018


Orlando Mother's Day

Treat mom to an Unlimited Izakaya Lunch for Mother’s Day in Orlando Join us Sunday, from 11:00 am to 2:30 pm on May 13th to celebrate Mother’s Day in Orlando with our special Mother’s Day unlimited Izakaya lunch! Better than a buffet, we’ll be preparing a variety of classic Izakaya dishes made to order and delivered right to […]

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Dragonfly Restaurants “Our Table” Blog Post: National Chopstick day 2018


Image of Dragonfly Sushi Roll at Dragonfly Doral

Let’s Celebrate Chopsticks! When it comes time to dine, there are a few things you should always expect on the table, right? A fork, a knife, a spoon, and a napkin of course. However, here at Dragonfly you should expect something else next to your plate: chopsticks. (And not just because today, February 6, 2018 […]

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Dragonfly Restaurants “Our Table” Blog Post: Miso As A Marinade


Spicy Miso Ramen

Miso is an essential ingredient in Japanese cuisine, mainly because it packs some serious umami. Made from a mixture of fermented soybeans, rice or barley, and a fungus called koji, it presents as a thick, salty paste that may not sound appealing, but gives a major flavor boost to even the most boring dish. Beyond […]

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