Scratch in Winter Park


New discovery! New discovery! Over the weekend a friend and I checked out a new place in Winter Park, just a block down from Park Avenue and Rollins College. It’s called Scratch and it’s only been open a couple of weeks, inside the old Tatáme location on Fairbanks Avenue. In their own words:

A Modern-American Tapas Restaurant, which emphasizes fresh, local, and seasonal ingredients. We specialize in craft beer, microbrews, and fine wines both domestic and imported.”


Super cute on the inside, fairly small with ample seating around the bar. Serving style is tapas so we tried several dishes including ‘breads & spreads’, shrimp, and some of the best french fries I’ve ever eaten (in the top photo above. Just a quick tip that the shrimp are served with the heads still on (I’m not a fan). Let’s check out the goods:

Scratch in Winter Park

Open kitchen concept. Around the bar seating.


Like what you see? Get a little taste of what you can expect by looking over their menu. In addition to that, there are specials offered and those can be found on a board locating inside the dining area.

photoLocation deets:

223 West Fairbanks Avenue
Winter Park, FL 32789

Check out what other Central Floridians are saying about this place on Yelp. And be sure to follow their social channels:


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Author:Ashley K. Edwards

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  1. Smashburger | Pulse of Central Florida - Monday, 26 January 2015

    […] referring to those amazing fries. Normally I prefer mine a little thicker (please see post on Scratch in Winter Park) but turns out I was just fine with these. Cooked to perfection, hot, and dusted with a light […]

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