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Winter Park: Village 

Village vanguard

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Squeaky-clean, crawling with trophy wives unable to parallel park and stuffed with chain restaurants – what’s there to love about Winter Park Village’s sterile sophistication? A lot, actually. With the cineplex as its center, this is a one-stop, one parking-spot place to take a date (dinner! movie! froyo!) or cross a couple of to-dos off your list, with grocery and fashion boutiques down the sidewalk from each other. Visit in the evening to admire the LED lights that mimic snow falling from the tall oak trees that line the main thoroughfare. I mean, there’s gotta be a little “winter” in this town, right?


Déja Vu Creperie
480 N. Orlando Ave., Winter Park

Siam Garden
1111 W. Webster Ave., Winter Park

Tamarind Indian Cuisine
501 N. Orlando Ave., Winter Park


Taps Wine and Beer
480 N. Orlando Ave., Winter Park

Carmel Café and Wine Bar
140 N. Orlando Ave., Winter Park


Soma Intimates
460 N. Orlando Ave., Winter Park

Guitar Center
520 N. Orlando Ave., Winter Park


Regal Cinemas Winter Park Village Stadium 20 movie theater
510 N. Orlando Ave., Winter Park


Toast! Winter Park Village Wine and Spirits Walk
April dates TBA
400 N. Orlando Ave., Winter Park
Stroll around the village and taste wines and cocktails at seven participating merchants.

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