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Mills 50

Hipster Highway meets Little Vietnam

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A combination of cheap housing, great bars and cutting-edge restaurants makes this district a real standout. Artists, young families, gays and old-school Orlandoans have claimed Mills 50 as one of the coolest places to live, work and play.

EAT

Hawkers Asian Street Fare
1103 N. Mills Ave.
407-237-0606
hawkersstreetfare.com

The Strand
807 N. Mills Ave.
407-920-7744
strandorlando.com

Tako Cheena
932 N. Mills Ave.
321-236-7457
takocheenaorlando.com

DRINK

BART
1205 N. Mills Ave.
407-796-2522
bartcade.com

The Peacock Room
1321 N. Mills Ave.
407-228-0048
thepeacockroom.com

Wally’s Mills Avenue Liquors
1001 N. Mills Ave.
407-896-6975
thepeacockroom.com

Will’s Pub
1042 N. Mills Ave.
willspub.org

SHOP

Colonial Photo and Hobby
634 N. Mills Ave.
407-841-1485
colonialphotohobby.com

Dong-A Imports
706 N. Mills Ave.
407-894-6062
dongacorporation.com

Ritzy Rags Wigs and More
928 N. Mills Ave.
407-897-2117
ritzyrags.com

PLAY

Snap Space
1013 E. Colonial Drive
snaporlando.com

The Space
1206 E. Colonial Drive
407-205-7572
thespaceistheplace.com

GO

Cardboard Art Festival
cardboardartfestival.com
A three-day celebration of all things cardboard and the artists who work with it.

Sparkle Artisan Market
December 2014
618 N. Thornton Ave.
407-362-1864
More than 30 local artists and crafts vendors assemble in the parking lot of Dandelion Communitea Café for a holiday sale.

Vietnamese Lunar New Year and Dragon Parade
centralfloridadragonparade.org
Celebrate the Lunar New Year with lion dancers, martial arts displays, taiko drumming, acrobats, food and more.


33 reasons to love the Mills 50 district

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