Orlando's Thornton Park neighborhood is mini, but mighty. Jam-packed with gorgeous historic homes, towering oaks and cobbled lanes, it has no shortage of stylish inhabitants nor emigres from the areas it borders. Parking, however, can be tight. Bars, bistros, restaurants and boutiques dot the district, one of Orlando's few truly walkable neighborhoods and one with history that envelops those who explore. All that strolling – whether amid the fantasy real estate or around resplendent nearby Lake Eola – is bound to work up an appetite. Submitted herein, a list of true Thornton Park outposts and a few which border it by mere steps. Soco and the Baoery are within a literal stone’s throw of one another. Meander off to the edge of downtown and you’ll find the stylish Shari Sushi Lounge and its soaring loft and the spirit of Bacchus at the warm, welcoming Eola Wine Company. There are no losers on this list. It’s just a matter of mood.