One of my all-time favorite restaurants in the Orlando/Winter Park area, The Glass Knife is equal parts bakery and cafe. With a delightful aesthetic and atmosphere, delicious savory foods, and sumptuous sweets, there is truly something for everyone at this little restaurant. Quite simply, it is one of the most photographic restaurants that exists. Learn more about this whimsically wonderful restaurant here!
Like much of Florida, Orlando’s craft beer scene has grown and developed a great deal in the past few years. From downtown Orlando to the theme parks, there are plenty of great breweries and microbreweries to try out. As an Orlando native myself, I’ve enjoyed returning to my hometown for long weekends and trying out the newer additions to the area. Whether you’re local to Orlando or planning a visit to the city or theme parks, read on for some of the best breweries in Orlando for craft beer lovers!
Over the holiday, I was able to visit The Heavy in Winter Park, Florida. I had seen the shop on Instagram many times and heard great things about it. The plant-store-coffee-shop hybrid stole my heart and exceeded my expectations. The Heavy definitely deserves its tagline as Winter Park’s happy place.
If you’re looking for a robust vegan menu in Orlando, the Sanctum Cafe is the place for you. Sanctum Cafe is based on the idea that healthy food can also be “wildly well-prepared.” They focus on fresh, organic farming rooted in sustainability. Read the full review of Orlando’s vegan Sanctum Cafe here!
One of my all-time favorite restaurants is Santiago’s Bodega in Orlando. This restaurant excels in tapas style dishes that are as colorful as they are flavorful. While you can definitely keep a plate to yourself, it is so fun to go and share a few dishes with friends and family. Read the full restaurant review here!