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Milk District 

Quality over quantity

The Milk District is kind of like the little neighborhood that could – though it’s really pretty tiny, it packs a lot of power and personality. You want craft beer? You can get it at Sportstown or the Milk Bar. Divey hole-in-the-wall? Check out Whiskey Lou’s Lounge. Shopping? A used-book store and vintage shop both call the Milk District home. Toss in a friendly local coffee joint, the city’s only skate park and a live-music venue, and you’ve got the makings of one of the best little neighborhoods this side of … well, anywhere, really.


Beefy King
424 N. Bumby Ave.

Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar
444 N. Bumby Ave.

Pom Pom’s Teahouse and Sandwicheria
67 N. Bumby Ave.


Se7en Bites
207 N. Primrose Drive


Bull and Bush
2408 E. Robinson St.

The Milk Bar
2424 E. Robinson St.

Sportstown Billiards
2414 E. Robinson St.

Whiskey Lou’s Lounge
121 N. Bumby Ave.


The Book Worm of Orlando
422 N. Bumby Ave.

Etoile Boutique
2424 E. Robinson St.


The Plaza Live
425 N. Bumby Ave.

Orlando Skate Park
400 Festival Way


Tasty Tuesdays
6:30 p.m. Tuesdays
In the parking lot at 2424 E. Robinson St.
Food trucks and their fans gather for a popular open-air dining experience every week in the parking lot behind the Milk Bar and Etoile Boutique.

25 reasons to love the Milk District

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