In today’s challenging economy, more and more consumers are looking for ways to stretch their dollars. The Southwest Orlando Bulletin’s inaugural Economic Relief listing gives readers a heads-up on local cost-saving opportunities.
Bravo Cucina Italiana, 7924 Via Dellagio Way, Orlando, 407-351-5880, www.bravoitalian.com, continues to celebrate the new year with the debut of its special two-course dinner menu offered Sunday-Thursday from 4-10 p.m. For $15.95, guests can enjoy a soup or salad and one of five entrees. Lunch specials featuring sandwiches, salads, pastas and pizza, are available Monday-Friday for $7.95. Bravo’s Bar Bites, which are smaller portions of select entrees and appetizers, are available for $2.95, Monday-Friday from 3-7 p.m. and 9 -11 p.m. in the bar only. Hours are Sunday-Thursday from 11 a.m.-10 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Blooming plants like camellias can brighten up wintertime landscapes. County Line Ornamental & Tree, 13246 W. Colonial Drive, Winter Garden, 407-654-4644, www.countylineot.com, offers a variety of cold-hardy plants and trees, mulch and tree-staking kits for homes and businesses. Currently, three-gallon azaleas are on sale. Located between Wendy’s and Napa Auto Parts, County Line is open to the public.
Little Fishes Preschool, 4700 Lincoln Ave., Orlando, 407-291-3292, www.pcol.org/little-fishes, a ministry of Presbyterian Church of the Lakes, offers part-time preschool classes for children ages 2-4. Staff members are highly qualified, educated and certified by the Florida Department of Children & Families; and first aid and CPR trained. Little Fishes Preschool exceeds Florida’s Child Development Associate credential requirement. New families can present the ad found in this issue of the Southwest Orlando Bulletin for a $25 discount on registration fees.
Orange County Regional History Center, 65 E. Central Blvd., Orlando, 407-836-8500, www.thehistorycenter.org, presents compelling stories from history, with a Central Florida connection, all in an interactive environment that caters to visitors of all ages. With four floors of permanent exhibits and nationally important, limited-run exhibitions, the History Center is an affordable entertainment option for families. Admission costs are $9, adults; $7, seniors, students and military personnel; $6, children ages 5-12; and free for children age 4-younger. AAA and other discounts are available. Bank of America and Merrill Lynch cardholders receive free admission the first full weekend of each month.
The new year is a great time to spruce up one’s home décor. Slipcovers and Home Fashions by Jeanne LLC, 407-856-7415, www.slipcoversandhomefashions.com, helps clients improve their home’s appearance with custom window treatments, slipcovers and bedding. Customers receive two free pillows with a sofa slipcover order.
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