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Come Get Your Inner-Foodie On!

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Are you looking to spice up your weekend and get some edible variety in your life? The 44th Annual Fall Fiesta in the Park is the place to be this November 1st and 2nd for all of your tasty pleasures! Alongside hundreds of original artist and craft vendors, foodie booths and trucks play a big part in the event, and come in all different ethnicities and unique options. Specialties range from smoked BBQ, to festival fare, to old fashioned American cuisine to Thai food and everything in between. In previous years vendors have specialized in gourmet coffee, one-of-a-kind hot sauces, homemade fruit jams, seasoned pickles and more to give you an idea of the wealth of options you have to choose from. Some even offer free samples. Put it on your calendar now to attend this year’s 44th Annual Fall Fiesta in the Park, November 1st and 2nd at Lake Eola Park, and check out our !

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Lake Eola Park

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As downtown Orlando evolves in order to keep up with the changing of time, the one thing that remains a consistent staple is beautiful Lake Eola Park. Located in the heart of the city, Lake Eola brings the beauty of Orlando to life. Surrounded by the Central Business District, Thornton Park, and the South Eola District, you’ll never have difficulty finding something to do. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to grab a bite to eat, take your dog on a walk, or lighten your wallet at local shops and restaurants, you’ll find it at the park.
Lake Eola Park is also your one-stop-shop for everything family-friendly. It’s perfect for picnicking, exercising, or relaxing on a cool day and you can even get an up-close view of the historic and rebuilt fountain by taking a swan boat ride for a few bucks. Let’s not forget, though, that the Spring and Fall Fiestas in the Park are held here, too. Encompassed in breathtaking scenery, it will be hard for you to find a more perfect area for events to take place. The changing of weather in autumn and the blooming of flowers in spring allows the festivals to come alive in full force, bringing the community out to the park to enjoy the day and ringing in the seasons the right way.
Make sure you come see the park this November 1st and 2nd at the 44th Annual Fall Fiesta, and bring a blanket for a family picnic while you’re at it. We hope to see you there!

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