So, you’re in Orlando and you want some delicious (non-Starbucks) coffee. Here’s the rundown of your hotspots. I’ll share my winner at the end. 🙂 1. Credo (College Park Area) You really feel like you’re in some hipster section of Seattle when you enter this coffee shop. You pay “what you’d like” for your drinks. They take whatever you feel the coffee is “worth” here. Gazing at pictures of Free Trade beans & Central American farm ...
I’m a lover of brunch. It’s the epitome of chilling. Lazily eating succulent foods for breakfast, and drinking cocktails. Delish. I googled “best brunch in Orlando” on my anniversary last month—for kicks—and decided to try all the top picks. Most I’d been to already. Some suggestions were so misleading! Don’t waste time tragically eating at a lame place.
About 15 minutes Northeast of the high-rise buildings on the Downtown Orlando skyline is the charming town of Winter Park. It’s full of elegant oak trees and red brick streets. Winter Park feels like a genuine piece of colonial history and charm, hidden amidst masses of cookie-cutter Florida suburbs.