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When a city is defined by what it offers, there should be an array of food, festivals, nightlife, and activities to entertain. Orlando, the attraction and amusement capital of the world, has just that. Make sure you don’t miss these three activities when visiting Orlando!
Indulge In Orlando’s Flavorsome Food Culture
The rising food culture in Orlando draws people in from around the world with small mom-and-pop eateries being everyone’s favorite! You can’t pass up White Wolf Café for the best Sunday brunch you’ve ever had, but we highly suggest making reservations in advance or wait a good 45-minutes at the adjoining Stone Palace enjoying 2-for-1 Bloody Mary drinks and an assortment of flavored champagne selections. Pom Pom’s Teahouse & Sandwicheria has an electric, corky flair, with the most eclectic sandwich menu encompassing endless options! If you’re craving a reason to dress up, the Boheme Restaurant is a must! The swanky spot is located in the heart of downtown Orlando, serving up American classic cuisine inside the luxurious walls adorning sophisticated art to contemplate over great conversation while awaiting mouth-watering tapas.
Partake In Epcot’s International Flower & Garden Festival
For the first time, Epcot’s International Flower & Garden Festival has extended from 75 days to 90 days, running March 2 through May 30. The topiary at the front of the park will feature Huey, Dewey and Louie, with their Uncle Donald and Aunt Daisy. A ranger Mickey Mouse topiary can be found in Future World as a tribute to the National Parks Service Centennial Anniversary. A floral sun garden will be dotted with yellow sunbursts in Future World as well. A new play area will join the festival this year, themed around the ‘Fab Five’ – Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald and Pluto.
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Experience ICEBAR Orlando
Make your way through the FIRE Lounge as you’re offered a thermal coat and gloves by the Ice Princess herself before entering the arctic. Proceed forth into the largest permanent ice bar in the world with over 70 tons of ever-changing, hand-carved ice sculptures! ICEBAR Orlando was named one of the top 10 bars on television’s America’s Best, The Food Network, and Travel Channel’s Extreme Barhopping. Bartenders in eskimo costumes serve up the coolest cocktails, and photographers are ready to snap your photo whenever asked!
No matter what type of Orlando vacation you’re looking for, Orlando is truly the city where anyone can find anything to do. Contact a specialized agent to help plan your trip and make sure you don’t miss anything!