So, you just got your hair done and now it is all fairy and you feel beautiful? And now, you really want to go somewhere in Orlando and show off your beautiful, fairy hair? We feel you!
But Orlando is a big city, we know that! Sometimes, it is hard to come up with a place to visit and sometimes it is hard to pick amongst few places.
We are here to help! Here are some fun places in Orlando where you can show off your fairy hair:
1. Lake Eola Park
Situated in the heart of downtown Orlando, point of interest like the Lake Eola Park is certainly a place you wouldn’t want to miss. Built around a lake, this park is one peaceful spot in the city, which also keeps its visitors entertained through various fairs and festivals throughout the year.
2. Boxi Park in Lake Nona
This place is different than anything else in the area. The space is made up of re-purposed shipping containers turned into restaurants and bars. The idea is similar to a food truck park.
All of them have very creative names. Here are some of them:
- Claw and Order
- Fowl Play
- The grill next door
- Fresh Pip
3. Farmer’s Market in Downtown Winter Garden
The market is located in Downtown Winter Garden at 104 South Lakeview Avenue, just steps from Plant Street.
Every Saturday from 9am – 2pm, the Winter Garden Farmer’s Market showcases unique local eats, fresh produce, creative local artisans, and more dogs than you could imagine.
If you are a carb lover, be sure to check out Pane D’Or. Guacamole and salsa fans must try Luciana’s Guacamole. Fresh guacamole is made right in front of you and the salsa varieties are so refreshing.
4. East End Market
East End Market is not only just a neighborhood food market, but a cultural food hub that is inspired by Central Florida’s local farmers and food artisans. Although young, East End has been recognized nationally by many newspapers, magazines and even a few very famous Food Network Stars; Emeril Lagasse and Alton Brown just to name a few.
East End also offers a variety of classes, symposiums and events that encompass all things food and allow community members to engage with each other and discover the significance of their local community as well as their relationship with food.
5. Park Avenue in Winter Park
Winter Park’s epicenter is Park Avenue, a tree-lined, cobblestoned street bursting with acclaimed eateries, museums and some of the Orlando area’s best shopping. The city also has much for outdoor enthusiasts, including a robust parks system and a gorgeous chain of lakes.
If you decide to go to Park Avenue, make sure to visit at least one of these restaurants: Luma on Park, Prato, Umi Sushi, Chez Vincent and Hamilton’s Kitchen.