Audubon Park Garden District:
Northeast of downtown Orlando and clustered around Corrine Drive is the area known as the Audubon Park Garden District. Vintage shops, book stores, and bars are common in this neighborhood as well as popular restaurants like Blue Bird Bake Shop.
Ivanhoe Village is a historic neighborhood north of downtown Orlando that lies along the shores of Lake Ivanhoe. Notable for its diverse mix of storefronts that include bike shops, jewelry stores, and record shops, there also stands a miniature-sized version of the Statue of Liberty at an intersection near the entrance to the neighborhood.
Pork Belly Poutine
This dish originated in the Canadian province of Quebec, Poutine is made by slathering gravy on top of crispy french fries and cheese curds. A dish for any diet conscious person to avoid, Poutine has become popular in the Orlando area.
Brisket is one of the most popular cuts of meat for BBQing. Though a much tougher cut than other, it can be easily counteracted. The best method for cooking brisket is definitely to slow cook it which allows the tough tissues in the meat to melt away leaving you a tremendously tender and juicy meal. You can try brisket at almost any Orlando restaurant that specializes in BBQ and we highly recommend you do. Try some today from Cecil's Texas Style Bar-B-Q or Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill.
The thought of a fish sandwich for some people might evoke memories of a breaded piece of rubbery fish served to them in their middle school’s cafeteria. Luckily, a fish sandwich can be so much more than that. This is an intentionally broad cuisine item because we couldn’t narrow it down. There is an almost endless number of types of fish sandwiches you can try in Orlando, but we highly recommend you try as many as possible. Order now from Julie’s Waterfront Family Restaurant or Joe’s Crab Shack.