Foodie Life Guide
Boasting serious neighborhood charm, beautiful gardens, eclectic boutiques, and a handful of top-notch local eateries, Audubon Park is where to head for Sunday funday. Choose your own adventure from our selection of local favorites for brunch in Audubon Park.
$3 mimosas at Bikes, Beans, & Bordeaux
Brunch cocktails don’t always come cheap, but at Bikes, Beans & Bordeaux you can get your mimosa fix on the cheap. Every Sunday, B3 serves mimosas (made with fresh Florida OJ and sparkling wine) for just $3 each from 8am-5pm. Pair your bubbly with something delicious from B3’s menu, which runs the gamut from hearty breakfast dishes to build-your-own sandwiches and savory desserts.
East End Market hop
If you want to pick up goods to make your own brunch at home, stock up on local produce from Florida & Co.
Sunday brunch at Domu
Ramen and bottomless mimosas…what could be better? These are the hallmarks of Sunday brunch at Domu, served Sundays from 11am-2:30pm. Domu is a newcomer to the district, but has already made waves amongst the Orlando culinary scene. Creative cocktails, delicious ramen, and an awesome atmosphere await.
After feasting on ramen and throwing back a few mimosas, wander across the street for another indulgence at Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream. Treat yourself to a scoop (or two) or try the new waf-a-tacos available on weekends.
Food tour of Audubon Park
Okay, we’re a little biased here, but a food tour of Audubon Park is the perfect way to get a taste for the district on Sunday funday. You’ll sip beer and cocktails, taste artisanal cheeses, feast on tacos, get a caffeine boost, and so much more. Tours last about 3 hours and will give you the scoop on the district and its history. You’ll also get your fill at six different tasting stops.
Tours run every Sunday beginning at 11:15am. Check the tour schedule and availability here.