8200 Palm Parkway , Orlando, FL, US, 32836
- Phone: (407) 465-8200
- Fax: (407) 465-0200
Schakolad Chocolate Factory is the internationally acclaimed brand for fresh, handmade European style chocolates. Their signature chocolates are made fresh on-site at their location, prepared with the finest ingredients and presented in the time honored traditions of quality, artistry and innovation. With over 70 handmade chocolates including truffles, nut clusters, pretzels, and 1000's of specialty chocolate molds, they also specialize in custom gift baskets, and fresh-dipped strawberries. Enjoy Schakolad Chocolates today!
Ego Lab Hair Salon & Boutique is located in the busy Church Street area of Downtown Orlando. This hip, upscale European-style salon and fashion store serves both men and women. Ego Lab provides customers with unparalleled personal service whether they desire brand name hair products, the latest haircuts or the hottest fashions. Salon services for women include coloring, hair cuts, straightening, facial and body waxing, hair extensions and makeup services. Ego Lab services for men consist of beard grooming, coloring and hair cuts. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
In the busy Downtown shopping district, Kathmandu is an import store filled with unusual and exotic goods from international locations. The specialty shop contains rare items from Mexico, Turkey, India, Israel, Brazil, Nepal and Indonesia. The owner personally selects merchandise from around the world and continually adds to the rare inventory. Kathmandu encourages artistic achievement in underdeveloped countries and carries a lot of inventory in a small area. The store features ethnic textiles, hand crafted art, bronze statues, tribal masks, imported oils and incense. Additional items include exceptional sterling silver jewelry, hookahs, pipes, other accessories. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
At the end of vacation and business trips comes that inevitable moment when you have to figure out what to take to friends and associates back home. When that moment hits, stop at Art Angels for a look at an intriguing variety of dried floral arrangements, stationery, candy and gift baskets made to order. Focusing on an angel motif, as the name suggests, with lots of light and color washed walls, the store has a decidedly feminine air, but the staff is happy to see to the gifting needs of male shoppers as well.
Located near Lake Eola Park, this women’s clothing boutique sells an eclectic mix of clothing in a variety of styles. Whether your style is more vintage or modern, Marie-France has something that will be perfect for you. The jewelry selection here is worth a visit on its own, with the locally-made pieces boasting stylish and unique designs that you will not be able to find anywhere else.
Eola is known for its excellent wine tasting sessions. They have an impressive drink selection with more than 70 wines and 30 bottled beers. Tasty appetizers and comfortable seating area make it a good place to chill out. The outdoor area offers a more casual take on this 'beautiful people, great wine' atmosphere. Wines and cheeses clearly rule the roost, but there's more variety on weekends.
Hey, Floridians needs fur, too, so don't go snickering over the idea of a furrier here in the middle of one of the nation's warmest states. While there may not be much chance to wear them here, furs come in pretty handy in other parts of the world and Floridians do occasionally leave, despite the paradisaical aspects of the place. To warm up the locals who visit cold climes, this place has been fitting furs for 80 years. The La Belle Fur & Outerwear Co store claims that it's selling them at discount prices; you can be the judge. On sale here are fur, cashmere and leather, plus designs from noted American and European designers.
In operation since 1975, Soul Train Music claims to carry the area's largest selection of blues, reggae, gospel, rhythm and blues, dance music and videos. It draws a loyal local clientèle, as well as tourists who've heard of the store's reputation. Soul Train carries mostly CDs, but purists will also find a selection of vinyl records.
Catering to the thinking population, the UrbanThink! Bookstore is book lovers paradise. A wide selection of books on varied subjects for readers of all ages especially children are available for browsing through, and you are sure to fall in love with atleast one of them! don't be surprised if you take home a book on fairytales or a book on myths and legends to add to your personal collection. Local artists are encouraged to display creations in the store. Infusion Tea within the store is the best place to browse through your picks while sipping some tea or light snacks. The area is also Wi-fi accessible.
Zou Zou Boutique is located in the heart of Thornton Park in Downtown Orlando. The store features fashionable, practical and becoming apparel, shoes, handbags, undergarments, denim, jewelry and accessories for women. Owned and operated by Wendy Ricci, the store includes a mixture of both hard-to-find brands and new, on-the-rise designer creations. The store's staff is welcoming, sincere and considerate of clients' needs. Their intimate and upscale setting features stunning chandeliers and beautiful furnishings. New items arrive weekly at Zou Zou Boutique.
Raphsodic Cooperative Company is situated close to downtown Orlando in the middle of Colonialtown. This vegan bakery proclaims to be the city of Orlando’s "first and only Urban Pastry Art House." All of the scrumptious sweets and desserts are prepared with fresh organic ingredients. The bakery’s products are 100 percent animal testing- and cruelty-free, 100 percent vegan and do not include any dairy or cholesterol. Raphsodic Cooperative Company is more than a vegan bakery; it is a coffeehouse, music and art events place that is also very popular with non-vegans for their cupcakes and community involvement. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
International Market and Deli is situated just outside of Orlando in Colonialtown North. The deli is well known for the vast selection of Russian and Eastern European deli favorites offered for sale. It feels like you stepped into the corner deli from the Old World, and even though the store is small, the selection of fresh meat and food is not. Items for sale include cheese, seafood, meat, beer, wine and a large variety of homemade food such as blintzes, perogies and borsch. You can dine in, make a purchase to go or request catering. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis