For all our dinner escapades, guests will enjoy a full meal to include an appetizer, choice of entree and choice of red or white wine suitable for vegetarians and omnivores alike. Escapades will occur in a bistro, cafe or scratch kitchen with full bar serving primarily American cuisine in the following regions of Orlando:
A unique urban neighborhood slightly northeast of downtown Orlando replete with shops and one of a kind restaurants near Lake Ivanhoe, Lake Concord, Lake Adair and Lake Silver, College Park is so named because its streets have been named after many ivy league colleges such as Princeton, Yale, Harvard and Vassar.
Dinner is served in a festive atmosphere with unique decor and lighting fixtures. The food is prepared by culinary artists who have won local food competitions and includes options for most everyone.
The decadent dessert escapade will be experienced in a cozy establishment just a short walk from our dinner venue. This location boasts exquisite, delightful yet provocative one of a kind dessert creations made in house and a decor that will definitely be the topic of conversation.
Chartered in 1887, this historic city was originally designed to be a winter resort for snowbirds. It also sits north of downtown Orlando and is known for its tree lined streets and lake views. It has both a historic district near Rollins College and Park Avenue and it has an urban contemporary area near Mills Avenue which is also known as Orlando Avenue or State Road 17/92. It straddles both Orange and Seminole Counties.
The restaurant venue here is a lively location. It is a rare one of a kind gem nestled between chain mammoths who cannot compete with its eclectic style and happy vibe. It has one of a kind beverage choices from bourbon to craft brews and diners rave over its handcrafted entrees that will satiate most everyone.
The Winter Park dessert venue is a quick ride up the street and is also a full service restaurant but better known for its fresh brewed or French pressed coffee and its on site bakery creations. The desserts here are mouth watering, memorable and award winning as best independent bakery in Orlando.
This suburb of Orlando is tucked between the City of Maitland and the City of Longwood. It is accessible from Interstate 4 which leads to Tampa in the West and Daytona Beach to the East. This area is riddled with chain restaurants and shopping areas but to find that rare gem, we need look no further than Uptown Altamonte near Cranes Roost Park. The restaurant venue here has live music on select evenings and is a full service eatery that will leave every guest singing not just with the music but raving over the appetizer, entree, wine and decadent dessert choices.
A food tour with Orlando Culinary Escapade will provide a good meal, but you'll have a good time, too! Live Well - Eat Well!