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East End Market is a platform for showcasing culinary skills, where leading artisans, chefs, producers, food suppliers and entrepreneurs collaborate to sell their creations. It is situated in a two-story cottage that houses numerous restaurants, grocers and delicatessens. The shops stock a variety of teas, coffees, cheeses, meats and sauces from diverse countries and there are also merchants selling potted plants. This market has an incubator kitchen for budding entrepreneurs who cannot as yet afford their own kitchen for running their food-related businesses. Another kitchen is available for hire for chefs who wish to conduct cooking classes. Keep an eye out on their website for events like gardening and cooking classes, yoga workshops and book fairs, suited for both adults and children.
Holy Land Experience is not your typical Orlando theme park. This biblical-themed park provides fun for the whole family with interactive story-telling. Located southwest of the downtown area, this theme park was designed to show visitors how Jesus' life was lived out so many centuries ago. Step back in time to the Holy Land where you can witness a variety of stories taken directly from the Bible (and acted out before you), and discover interesting artifacts that are on display in numerous exhibits.
This sculpture collection is housed in a Mediterranean-style building that served as home to the renowned Czechoslovakian sculptor from 1949 until his death in 1961. Prior to his Florida retirement, Polasek had served more than 35 years as chair of the Chicago Art Institute's sculpture department. Visitors can stroll through three galleries and a three-acre sculpture garden, gazing on the master's paintings and his classical sculptures. The latter are heroic in style, chiseled with an attention to muscle and sinew reminiscent of Michelangelo's works.
The Enzian Theater is one of the only places in Central Florida where you can eat, drink, and enjoy a film all at once. The Enzian shows an array of different flicks - everything from classics, to arthouse and foreign films - and serves up a menu of tasty fare. Try the perennial favorite buffalo wings, stick with a classic and grab a bucket of popcorn, or get fancy with the truffle parmesan fries. The Enzian also occasionally hosts outdoor screenings, where you and your pals can grab a beer and relax on the lawn, all while enjoying a movie.
Gods & Monsters is a family oriented business that brought the pop culture retail experience in Orlando. This culture is reflected in their store elements, collectibles, a gallery displaying pop art and the gaming bar. The store aims at changing the way people perceive about toy and game stores. The bar at the back is a must visit with great cocktails, video games, big screens music and friendly staff.