6 Things to do Every Sunday in Thornton Park

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Downtown Orlando's Thornton Park District is one of the city's loveliest areas. Besides laying claim to at least one corner of beautiful Lake Eola Park, this brick street neighborhood boasts lots of quaint bungalows, walkable streets, cute boutiques, cafes and a slew of really great restaurants. Next time you're making plans for a lazy Sunday, be sure to steer your car or bike towards Thornton Park. 

1. Orlando Farmers Market

Held Sundays from 10am – 4pm, this weekly Thornton Park food fest draws thousands to the southeast corner of Lake Eola Park for lots of eat-as-you-stroll bites from kettle corn to gourmet cheeses. You'll also find art and jewelry crafted by local creatives, handmade decor items and fruits and veggies. Oh, and there's a beer and wine garden that opens every Sunday from 12pm – 4pm and features live music. 

Gourmet cheese at the Orlando Farmers Market, Sundays at Lake Eola Park
Gourmet cheese at the Orlando Farmers Market, Sundays at Lake Eola Park

2. Yoga

Bring a $5 donation to participate in the outdoor yoga class that sprouts up every Sunday at 11am at Lake Eola Park near Panera. If you prefer an indoor class, check out Yoga Mix  (420 E Church St), which regularly offers a Sunday morning Power Flow class. 

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Yoga at Lake Eola Park, Sundays at 11am

3. Brunch

Maxine's on Shine‘s Rejuicination Brunch
337 Shine Ave
Orlando, FL 32803
Saturdays from 10am – 3pm; Sundays from 10am-5pm 

The Stubborn Mule
100 S Eola Dr
Orlando, FL 32801
Saturdays/Sundays from 11am – 2:30pm

Soco Sundays
629 E Central Blvd
Orlando, FL 32801
Sunday Brunch from 11am – 3pm


4. Beerunch

Served Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 3pm, the Beerunch at World of Beers Downtown features loads of tavern-themed brunch bites (including beer batter pancakes and Belgian beer waffles), which can be washed down with a beermosa, Bloody Mary or traditional mimosa. 

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World of Beers Downtown

5. Detox Before Retox

Raw Juice Bar is closed on Sundays BUT you can snag a glass of its detoxifying and energizing elixirs at the Raw Juice booth at the Orlando Farmers Market at Lake Eola Park every Sunday from 10 am – 4pm. 

6. Happy Hours

Not quite ready for the weekend party to be over? Keep the good times rolling at one of these Thornton Park bars or restaurants serving cheap eats and drinks during select times on Sundays.

Stardust Lounge
431 E Central Blvd
Orlando, FL 32801
$3 domestic beer and $4 call drinks all day on Sundays from 2pm

The Stubborn Mule
100 S Eola Dr
Orlando, FL 32801
Specialty priced cocktails and appetizers every Sunday from 4pm – 7pm

Anthony's Pizza
100 N Summerlin Ave
Orlando, FL 32801
$3 mimosas, $4 Bloody Mary's and $5 Moscow Mules on Saturdays/Sundays from 11am to 7pm

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