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The Thornton Park District, in partnership with the Downtown Orlando Partnership and the Thornton Park Restaurant Group, have launched the Thornton Park Food Tour, a guided tour of popular Thornton Park restaurants.

Every second Saturday of the month, from 4-6 p.m., the Thornton Park Food Tour will run between local restaurants in the district, giving attendees a chance to sample small bites at each stop, while also being treated to local history and cultural trivia. Participating locations include Anthony’s Pizza Thornton Park, Baoery Asian Gastropub, Shari Sushi Lounge and Soco Restaurant. At this time, alcoholic beverages are not included in your ticket but are available for purchase at each stop.

Tickets are $35/person and can be purchased HERE.

As those of you who follow our @orlandobungalower Instagram already know, we had a chance to try the tour for ourselves on Saturday, September 10.

First stop, Anthony's Pizza
First stop, Anthony’s Pizza, for pizza.
Second stop, Baoery for hoisin bbq ribs
Second stop, Baoery for hoisin bbq ribs.
Before heading to the next restaurant we all had a Sake Bomb
Before heading to the next restaurant we all had a Sake Bomb, complete with ringing gong.
Third stop, Shari Sushi. Started with edamame.
Third stop, Shari Sushi. Started with edamame.
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Shari’s omakase sushi platter. Chef’s choice
The pork belly biscuits disappeared before we got a photo, but the chicken/lobster dumplings were popular as well.
The pork belly biscuits disappeared before we got a photo, but the chicken/lobster dumplings were popular as well.

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