Bite30 is Orlando Weekly's annual restaurant event. It was originally Orlando Restaurant Week, but popular enough that it normally extended to an entire month. It's similar to Magical Dining month, but there's a wider range of prices.
The Bite30 (http://bite30.com/) restaurants range from $10 lunches to $30 dinners (plus drinks, tax, and tip) and we're planning several during June. In most cases the discount is roughly the equivalent of just paying for the entree and getting the appetizer and desert for free. However there are some places which offer much smaller discounts from the regular menu.
I wanted to try The Gnarly Barley last year but didn't get the chance. The menu (http://bite30.com/restaurant/the-gnarly-barley-dinner/) items look interesting, subs and flatbreads. There is a vegetarian choice, but it's pretty spicy.
Well-behaved children are welcome, however expect adult conversations that may not always appear suitable for younger ears.
If you cannot attend after RSVP'ing, please UN-RSVP so we have an accurate headcount for the restaurant.