Big John’s Rockin’ BBQ, on the corner of Sproule Street and Broadway – half a block from the SunRail station. This restaurant’s name pretty much says it all. Come with a big appetite and you’ll leave with a big smile. You can inhale the delicious aroma of Big John’s BBQ from blocks away. You must check out the amazing music memorabilia on display in the restaurant. For more details, click here
After a quick SunRail train ride to Kissimmee, Main Street Pizza has just what you need to hit the spot – pizza, calzone, pasta, wings and more. Main Street Pizza is a quick stroll from the train station at 16 Broadway. For Main Street’s menu, click here
Diane’s Tea Room features a delicious array of traditional, filling home-style dishes from pot roast to cabbage rolls, and enormous selection of teas and desserts. Diane’s focuses on lunch, but on Thursdays and Fridays they offer amazing dinner selections. The tea room is closed on Sunday and Monday. Diane’s is located at 114 Broadway, Kissimmee, 5 minutes from the SunRail station. See their video by clicking here.
Candyland Designs Co. is the sweetest spot in Central Florida. The shop is in downtown Kissimmee, at 103A Broadway, just a quick stroll from the SunRail station. In addition to custom cakes, cupcakes and Macarons, Chef Leia offers cake-decorating classes. Check out a video on the shop by clicking here.
Matador Tacos and Tapas Bar, 120 Broadway, is a 5-minute stroll from the SunRail station. They offer unique Spanish and Mexican fusion dishes with a wide selection of wines and craft beer. Many nights they also offer live music in their spectacular dining room. See their video by clicking here.
The Center Kissimmee serves as a safe place for all LGBTQ people in the area. Located at 21 W. Monument Ave., the center offers programs and services that empower, educate, and entertain the LGBTQ community, and strengthens the intellectual, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual well-being of LGBTQ people through these programs and services. It’s only a 5-minute walk from the SunRail station. For more info, click here