The four-day weekend arts extravaganza will feature dozens events at museums, galleries, theaters, public venues and outdoor spaces, and many are free.
Venues include Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens, Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, Hannibal Square Heritage Center, Winter Park History Museum, The Alfond Inn, Annie Russell Theatre, Rollins College, The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, John M. Tiedtke Concert Hall, Winter Park Playhouse, Winter Park Public Library, Cornell Fine Arts Museum, and Crealdé School of Art.
Many events are free, but some require purchased tickets. For a full schedule, and more information, visit cityofwinterpark.org.
Discover the arts and culture of Winter Park at the city’s second Weekend of the Arts, which runs Friday, February 15 through Monday, February 18.
The four-day weekend arts extravaganza will feature dozens events at museums, galleries, theaters, public venues and outdoor spaces.
Here are some of the highlights, many are free:
Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining Month presented by American Express is kicking off the celebration with a preview week beginning August 24th and continuing through September 30th.
Now in it’s 13th year, Magical Dining shows off the city’s amazing culinary scene with over 100 restaurants participating with special three-course menus, all for the fixed price of $35. There are dishes to please every palate and every diet including gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan.
I had an opportunity to preview the menu from Bulla Gastrobar in Winter Park. Bulla features Spanish and Portuguese cuisine, and the Magical Dining menu did not disappoint.
One of Central Florida’s best free art events is the annual Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, and you’ll have a chance to enjoy it when it returns March 16-18, 2018.
The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival is one of the nation’s most prestigious outdoor art festivals. Each year more than 350,000 visitors enjoy the show.
This month marks the 50th Anniversary of the debut of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, and Rollins College in Winter Park is honoring its famous alumnus with a self-guided walking tour.
Now through March 20, the tour will showcase Mister Rogers’ memorabilia on display at the Rollins College campus.
In this week’s Orlando dining news round-up: several new soon-to-be open restaurants, new menus and a special dinner. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
In this week’s Orlando dining news round-up: several soon-to-be open restaurants, a few closings, and free pizza. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
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Get Free Pizza at Pizza Ponte in Disney Springs on National Pizza Day, February 9. Guests can receive a free Sicilian square slice of 4 Cheese or Pepperoni pizza when they purchase a cold beverage from 11am to 2pm.
Recalling the vintage pastry shops of the mid-1900s, The Glass Knife opens this weekend in Winter Park.
The name comes from owner Steve Brown’s mother and her collection of vintage 1920’s era glass cake knives, many of which are on display inlaid in the communal wood table that occupies the center of the eatery.
Spoleto in Winter Park launches inaugural Pasta Fest with at two-day culinary celebration for all the weekend of June 3-4, 2017.
The event will kick-off Saturday with samplings of Spoleto’s menu, including complimentary build-your-own pasta bowls, and a sneak peek of new menu offerings before they launch throughout the day. There will also be live music and happy hour specials.
In this week’s Orlando dining news round-up: new menus, new openings, and several closings. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
After seven years, Portobello Italian Trattoria has closed at Disney Springs, and is currently undergoing renovations. James Beard award-winner and Top Chef Master, Tony Mantuano, is leading the development of the restaurant, which will still offer Italian cuisine. The revamped eatery, still operated by Levy Restaurants, is set to reopen Fall 2017.
If you’re looking for a a quick, healthy alternative to your average breakfast or lunch spot in Winter Park, then you’ll want to check out Create Your Nature.
Dan and Kim Dill opened the eatery in 2016, out of a desire to provide a healthy lifestyle for their family, including their two daughters. They discovered, and fell in love with, the acai bowl concept while on vacation.
If you’re like me, nothing is more satisfying than a really good grilled cheese sandwich. Apparently so many others agree with me, April 12 has been declared National Grilled Cheese Day.
If you want to partake of a tasty grilled cheese in honor of the holiday, here are ten places in the Orlando area which have managed to elevate the sandwich above the norm.
Here are the CSO picks for where to celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day (in alphabetical order):
Sunshine, sandy beaches, and temps in the 80s don’t invoke Christmas, but Orlando has a lot of ways to get into the holiday spirit. From theme parks to resort spectaculars to winter carnivals, Central Florida has plenty of ways to enjoy the holidays.
Here are our picks for the ten best ways to celebrate Christmas week in Central Florida:
In this week’s Orlando dining news round-up: new menu items, limited menus, new openings, and a closing. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
PDQ has added the Honey Butter Chicken sandwich to its menu. It’s made with fresh chicken breast fried, then dipped in homemade honey butter and served with bread and butter pickles on a toasted brioche bun.
In this week’s Orlando dining news round-up: new brunch offerings, new openings, and two closings. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
DoveCote debuts a new Sunday brunch on November 6. The brasserie-style brunch menu features a variety of French-inspired dishes by Chef Clay, including his signature Croque Madame , Chicken & Sausage Casserole, Pearl Sugar Waffle and, of course, a classic French Fine Herb Omelet. Costs are a la carte.