Ready for a taste of Icon Park? If you are, you’re definitely in luck this Saturday, Jan. 30, when the 3rd Annual Sip n’ Savor will take place, offering a terrific array of dishes from the nearly 20 world-class restaurants at the iconic open-air entertainment complex in the heart of Orlando’s famous International Drive.
To give it its full title, the 3rd Annual Sip n’ Savor at Icon Park, Presented by Truly Hard Seltzer takes place from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday. Whether you’re a foodie aficionado, Instagram star or simply looking for a delectable bite, there will be something for you. Best of all, there’s no admission fee to this event.
Throughout the afternoon, guests can enjoy entertainment on The Lawn, mouthwatering food samples of select restaurants’ famous dishes, and cold beverages from The Lawn Bar. All guests who purchase food options at participating restaurant locations will receive a special discount to ride The Wheel for 50% off during event hours.
“The annual Sip n’ Savor event has been a favorite among locals and visitors for years,” said Chris Jaskiewicz, Icon Park president and CEO. “Icon Park is proud to show off our restaurant tenants at this special event for the third year in a row and we’re thankful to Truly Hard Seltzer for partnering with us this year. From sweet to salty to savory, we know guests will be able to find dishes to satisfy any craving!”
The complex is home to a wide array of delicious and interactive dining options, so no matter who’s in your party, you’re sure to find options for everyone. Among the restaurants you can expect to see at Sip n’ Savor will be:
- Tapa Toro Spanish Restaurant
- Blake Shelton’s Ole Red Restaurant
- Tin Roof: A Live Music Joint
- Outback Steakhouse
- Sugar Factory
“Icon Park is open air and gate free, making it the perfect place to get some fresh air and enjoy a scenic view. It’s easy to access from anywhere in Central Florida and there’s free on-site parking,” added Jaskiewicz. “Events like Sip n’ Savor are the perfect excuse to come out and explore the new Orlando Entertainment District.”
Editor’s Note: Susan & Simon Veness freelance write for a number of publications, ours included. But here they write on behalf of the Central Florida Tourism Collective, a group they formed, and in which we are a part of, that aims to give visitors a reassuring message of life in the heart of the Sunshine State during these unprecedented times.