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Shop, Eat and Play in Ivanhoe Village

Antiques, unique restaurants and a city park highlight this Orlando neighborhood
Rating: 4 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 0.8 miles
Duration: 1-3 hours
Family Friendly

Overview :  Just north of downtown, this Orlando neighborhood is home to antique shopping, eclectic boutiques, award-winning bistros and city... more »

Tips:  The first Friday of each month, Ivanhoe Village has a free art walk event, with live music and other entertainment. On months when... more »

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Points of Interest

This award-winning cafe has been featured on TV shows like "Rachael Ray's $40 a Day" and with good reason. It features great, healthful food with many vegetarian options on the menu.

If you're early enough for breakfast, you can't go wrong with any of the eggs Benedicts. For a light lunch or snack, try the vegetarian plate—the black bean hummus ... More

2. Deja Vu Vintage Clothing & Accessories

This store first opened in 1986 and has continued to be one of the best places in Orlando to find gently used vintage clothing, hats, purses, costume jewelry, collectibles and more. It has men's clothing as well as women's. There are also a lot of kitschy knickknacks for purchase.

The prices are fair and the staff is friendly. Deja Vu buys also, ... More

Remember the old days of music stores, where every available space was taken up by racks of vinyl and CDs? Where the walls had every inch taken up by posters and shelves with memorabilia for sale? This is that store.

Rock & Roll Heaven sells all the aforementioned, along with DVDs and collectibles, but most of the space is dedicated to... More

4. 1618 Something Different

Those who enjoy retro home decor will definitely want to visit this store. Granted, you probably won't want a couch as a souvenir of your visit to Orlando, but there's a lot of cool stuff to look at, along with retro home accessories from dishes to wall art.

Most of what I've seen in stock on various visits would fit nicely in the 1940s to... More

5. Gaston Edwards Park

This small park sits on the east side of Lake Ivanhoe, and while the park has the Interstate 4 freeway bordering it on the west side, it is popular with local water- and jet-skiing enthusiasts. It has a boat ramp on the northeast side of the lake. There are no lifeguards or other supervision in the park.

Paddleboarding is also popular on the lake... More

This restaurant may be 100 percent vegan, but I've seen even the most die-hard carnivore enjoying the menu. Every year this place wins best vegan or vegan/vegetarian restaurant awards from city newspaper polls. Also, since it does not use meat or milk nearly all menu items are kosher.

In addition to great food, Ethos offers free Wi-Fi, making it ... More

7. The Statue of Liberty

While she's a lot smaller than the New York City version, Orlando's Statue of Liberty stands 8 feet tall at the southeastern edge of Lake Ivanhoe, at the corner of North Orange and Magnolia avenues. It was donated to the city in 1953.

Sometimes when the Orlando Magic basketball team is doing well, the statue finds itself adorned in a Magic... More