Local Businesses and Tourism In Orlando

You’d be wrong to think that Orlando is only for theme parks. Yes, of course the amount of thrilling and magical experiences you can have in the parks are more than notable..but what about the more everyday stuff? What does it look like before and after Disney and Universal trips for us here in Orlando?! I can’t think of a better way to find out what the community has to offer you than getting out there and seeing for yourself! So, you’re new to the area or you’re familiar with it and are looking for the newest thing to do. What coffee place is everyone talking about? What are the best places to see art & music?  Let’s find out what beautiful nature views around us! Everything that’s not planning a trip to the parks! Here’s some local Orlando businesses/experiences that you have to do while in the area!

Art & Music

It’s impossible to miss any aspect of the intellectual side of Orlando. Getting involved with those communities isn’t impossible. If one event is happening at one of these highlighted spots, it’s happening at another; so make it a part of your routine to familiarize yourself with it! In a place that’s constantly on top of showcasing talents and local entrepreneurial journeys, it’s insanely easy to patronize a spot that’s either helping out a small new business or showing love for our historic Orlando establishments! Here’s a list of the best places for art and music:

Milk Mart
Dr. Phillips Center


The only thing as easy to find here than the arts..is the food. Orlando has everything from classic Florida food, to modern fusion, unique dessert bars, and some of the best brunch around. In a sea of giant chain restaurants with questionable ingredients, these locally owned foundations are widely loved, reviewed beautifully and worth stopping into on your next day out

Quantum Leap Winery

Foxtail Coffee

Black Bean Deli


Patronizing local shops and businesses is what keeps Orlando rolling everyday. Sometimes it makes more sense to spend money and know exactly where it’s going and that it headed back in our community of entrepreneurs! Here’s some of the best reviewed and locally owned shops for home decor,books, self care products, clothes and plants.

The Owl’s Attic
Apenberry’s Nursery

Plant Street Winter Garden

These really are just a handful of businesses that allow Orlando to buy with purpose. The amount of new ventures in Orlando nearly doubles every year, so the list of places goes on! Where will you visit first?

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