A few days ago we captured the Farm to Table Progressive Happy Hour, where a lot of local flavor was to be found. The event was held in the fashionable Audubon Park Garden District, home to many local and unique businesses in Orlando. Guests and patrons of the event enjoyed various appetizers produced only from locally sourced ingredients, such as Ocoee free-range chicken eggs, organic Heart of Christmas Farm blueberries, dips made from wild Florida seafood, and even Audubon Park sea salt butter! A variety of local businesses participated, as guests proceeded to each shop to sample different hor dourves and carefully selected red and white wines to compliment each dish. Among the participating businesses were Rainbow Sno Cones & Ice Cream Treats, Dutch Door Antiques, Adam’s Jewelry, Bikes, Beans & Bordeaux, O’Stromboli, Flower No. 5 (local and wedding florists), Park Ave CDs, Dear Prudence, and the soon-to-open Redlight Redlight. Special thanks to Jennifer from Audubon Park Garden District for her great assistance, and we look forward to working with everyone again!
Photographer: Steven Miller of Steven Miller Photography
Event Coordinator: Jennifer Marvel of Audubon Park Garden District
Sponsoring Organization: Audubon Park Garden District
Participating Local Businesses: Rainbow Sno Cones & Ice Cream Treats, Dutch Door Antiques, Adam’s Jewelry, Bikes, Beans & Bordeaux, O’Stromboli Italian Eatery, Flower No. 5, Park Ave CDs, Dear Prudence, and Redlight Redlight.
Tags: Adam's Jewelry, audubon park garden district, Bikes Beans & Bordeaux, Dear Prudence, Dutch Door Antiques, Flower No. 5, O'Stromboli, Park Ave CDs, Rainbow Sno Cone and Ice Cream Treats, Redlight Redlight