Entertain yourself between SutureStar workshops as Orlando is the sum of its parks – but if you don’t have time for Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld Adventure Park or any of the other theme parks Orlando has to offer, there is a lot more to the “Theme Park Capital of the World” than just – well – theme parks.
Orlando is a melting pot of cultures, and Chatham’s Place is a pearl of an example. You could run all over town to try and taste all the variety that Orlando offers, or you could sample all the flavors in one night at Chatham’s Place. Chatham’s Place offers dishes that range from Spicy Chicken Louisiana Creole to Filet Mignon to Florida Black Grouper. Everyone in your party is bound to find something they love on the menu, and everyone will love the intimate and charming the ambiance of the restaurant. Enjoy some wine, good conversation and relax at one of Orlando’s favorite spots.
Why you would be this close to the ocean and NOT enjoy the fresh fish is a mystery to us, so we must recommend dining at Seito Sushi. Seito is a favorite that has been apart of the Orlando food scene for fifteen years. In those fifteen years, Seito has developed a modern take on Asian cuisine while still encapsulating the traditions. Seito features a daily menu that highlights their freshest catches. Locals and tourists alike love their fresh sushi, hand-pulled noodles, and season Izakaya offerings.
Make your trip even more memorable, we promise this SutureStar destination will be one for the books, by visiting Discovery Cove. Discovery Cove is an aquatic experience — it’s more than your average city aquarium. You can spend the day swimming with dolphins at the Dolphin Lagoon, experience underwater walking in Seaventure, see and mingle with hundreds of exotic birds in Explorer’s Aviary or ride down the Wind-Away River. This is truly a hands on experience (rivaling the hands-on SutureStar Workshops you’re attending) with the wonders of nature, and one to remember for the rest of your life.
Florida is named after its wide array of flowers and plants, so we recommend you spend some time at the Harry P. Leu Gardens. The Gardens were cultivated by Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Leu starting in 1936; their world travels allowed them to bring back exotic flowers to their home (now the Leu Home Museum). The Harry P. Leu Gardens has over 20 unique gardens and houses several historical structures. This is the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of Orlando and take time to appreciate the beauty of the state.
Call 800-922-7747 for availability and register today! Note: SutureStar Workshops fill up fast (specialty workshops, such as CV and OB, are even more limited).