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Winter Park: Park Avenue 

One kings lane

Park Avenue’s seemingly endless charm, while clichéd, is its accessibility to just about anything your weekend calls for. Street performers make music under the awnings, a sweet snack or frosty beverage is never more than a few steps away, people-watching is premium and it’s not difficult to while away a lazy Sunday at a bistro table. It’s a distinctly European vibe, which isn’t easy to find in Orlando (in all fairness, Winter Park is an incorporated town of its own), so make one trip to this strip and you’ll see why the sidewalk overflows on weekends with blissful, latte-sipping loiterers.


Blu on the Avenue
326 S. Park Ave., Winter Park

538 S. Park Ave., Winter Park

Luma on Park
124 N. Park Ave., Winter Park


290 S. Park Ave., Winter Park

The Wine Room
270 S. Park Ave., Winter Park


The Ancient Olive
324 N. Park Ave., Winter Park

Rocket Fizz
520 S. Park Ave., Winter Park

Ten Thousand Villages
346 N. Park Ave., Winter Park


Casa Feliz Historic Home Museum
656 N. Park Ave., Winter Park

Central Park
West Morse Boulevard, Winter Park

Scenic Boat Tour
312 E. Morse Blvd., Winter Park


Winter in the Park
November through January
Ice skating, entertainment, outdoor movie showings, a holiday concert and more holiday cheer.

Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival
March 21-23, 2014
West Morse Boulevard, Winter Park
Central Park comes alive during this renowned juried art show featuring live music and entertainment.

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