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Annual Manual 2014

Winter Park: Hannibal Square

Hip to be square

Photo: PHOTO BY Aimee Vitek, License: N/A

PHOTO BY Aimee Vitek

HANNIBAL’S ON THE SQUARE


It’s only a couple of blocks this way and that, but Hannibal Square packs a lot into a small area. It’s a picturesque spot for brunching, strolling and window shopping, not to mention it’s just a quick hop from Park Avenue (see page 45) with even more classy joints. This is the kind of mossy, live-oaked neighborhood where the servers won’t kick you out if you’re sitting on the patio for two hours gossiping with your buds over mimosas and snacking strawberries out of your farmers-market haul. Just leave the Louboutins at home – the cobblestone streets aren’t stiletto-friendly.

EAT

Armando’s Cucina Italiana and Pizzeria
463 W. New England Ave., Winter Park
407-951-8930

Chez Vincent
553 W. New England Ave., Winter Park
407-599-2929
chezvincent.com

Fresh Café
535 W. New England Ave., Winter Park
321-295-7837
facebook.com/freshcafeandcatering

DRINK

BARcelona
433 W. New England Ave., Winter Park
321-972-4881
mitomatina.com

Hannibal’s on the Square
511 W. New England Ave., Winter Park
407-599-2929
hannibalslounge.com

SHOP

Rifle Paper Co.
558 W. New England Ave., Winter Park
407-622-7679
riflepaperco.com

PLAY

Hannibal Square Heritage Center
642 W. New England Ave., Winter Park
407-539-2680
hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org

GO

Winter Park Farmers Market
7 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturdays
200 W. New England Ave.
407-599-3397
cityofwinterpark.org
Saturday farmers market with food vendors, local honey and cheese, plants and produce.

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