Dim Sum House – Excitement buzzes as anticipation builds for the grand opening of Dim Sum House, at 2440 Fl-50. Originally slated to open its doors on February 5, eager patrons were disappointed, fueling whispers that the Cantonese restaurant might not grace the town after all. However, rest assured, the delay is merely a result of final inspections awaiting completion.

Owner John Zhao, known for his culinary prowess at YH Seafood in Doctor Phillips and the recently launched Bakery 1908 in Orlando’s Mills 50 neighborhood is behind this exciting venture. With a commitment to authenticity and quality, Dim Sum House promises to be a vibrant addition to Clermont’s dining scene.

Cosa Nostra Italian Deli is making moves, relocating from its current spot at 821 W Minneola Ave. (West Side Plaza) to the former home of Cornerstone Music at 798 West Minneola St., breathing fresh life into the space with Italian flair.

Wine Regions Discount Wines & Liquors is gearing up for a downtown relocation, leaving its current home at 2423 US Hwy 27. While the new location remains a mystery for now, anticipation mounts as enthusiasts eagerly speculate on where this establishment will next seek its libations.

 The Bell is coming to 637 8th St. in Downtown Clermont. Its grand opening is slated for mid-May,  The Bell promises to transport patrons to the heart of England’s pub culture, offering a cozy haven for locals and visitors alike. And fear not, Clermont Fish House located on Hwy 50 and East Avenue will continue to delight seafood enthusiasts.


Grace O’Malley’s Public House, Your Neighborhood Pub on the Hill

Grace O’Malley’s Public House, 2400 US Hwy 27, Unit 101 (formerly the location of Graffiti Junction) has high hopes of opening in early March and if all goes according to plan, will be ready to celebrate with live entertainment on St Patrick’s Day weekend. Until its official Grand Opening in April, the pub will offer a limited menu which include Kelly’s Original Fish & Chips and Gracie’s Corned Beef & Cabbage plus a couple of appetizers, salads, hand-helds, wee-one bites and an O’Malley’s signature dessert!  

Prepare to welcome exciting additions to Clermont’s culinary community.

If you hear of new shops and restaurants opening in the South Lake Community, contact news@sltablet.com.  Thank you.


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