Top Things to Do at Promenade at Sunset Walk

Shop, dine, indulge. This new entertainment hub in Kissimmee is ideal for a day of shopping and dining or a fun night out. See what's on tap.

Young girl and older woman hula hooping at the Promenade at Sunset Walk in the sunshine

There's something fun for everyone at Promenade at Sunset Walk

Shop for a handmade gift, savor Brazilian barbecue, or get your arcade game on at the Promenade at Sunset Walk in Kissimmee. Located near many of Central Florida’s major theme parks and hotels, this new entertainment hub offers shopping, dining, entertainment, attractions, and more.

Shop the Weekly Artisan Street Market

Strolling the local art markets is a highlight of the Promenade at Sunset Walk experience. Technically, there are two different creative markets each week: the Artisan Street Markets on Saturdays at 6 p.m. and the Promenade Plaza on Thursdays at 6 p.m. That just means double the time to discover one-of-a-kind handmade finds, including artwork, jewelry, clothing, specialty drinks, and more.

Feast on Mexican Food at El Jefe’s Tequila Bar

After you’re done shopping for handmade arts and crafts, head to El Jefe’s Tequila Bar for some Mexican-inspired bites and sips. On the food front, El Jefe’s is known for its tacos and molcajetes. You can’t go wrong with plates like the birria tacos, the chimichurri shrimp tacos, or the barbacoa molcajete. For drinks, this Kissimmee restaurant boasts over 250 top-shelf tequilas, making it the perfect place to enjoy a margarita, a paloma, or a tequila flight.

Dine at BR77 Brazilian Steakhouse

BR77 Brazilian Steakhouse grills up 14 different cuts of meats – including ribeye, Brazilian sausage, and parmesan-crusted pork loin – Brazilian-style. But it’s not all protein at BR77. With noteworthy salads, sides, and desserts, you’ll find a full menu of tempting choices.

Get Your Game on at GameTime

With over 100 exciting games – both retro and modern – GameTime keeps the whole family entertained. Skee-ball, basketball, racing games, and mini bowling are just the beginning. And if you get hungry in between games, GameTime also serves up casual crowd-pleasers like pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, and more.

Listen to Live Music

Part of what makes the Promenade at Sunset Walk so special is the ambience – the lights, the lush greenery, the live music. From Tuesday to Sunday, you can listen to all genres of music, from country to rock ‘n’ roll to reggae, as you stroll around and explore. You can also enjoy live music while dining. Estefan Kitchen Orlando, Lizzie’s Memphis Style Barbecue, and Flower Café all have outdoor seating and tend to be closest to the action.

Catch a Car Show

While the Promenade at Sunset Walk’s art markets are quite popular, so are its car shows. There are several car shows monthly, each featuring some of the coolest cars in town, from classic cars to hot rods to modified trucks.

The holiday-inspired car shows promote great causes in the community. For Thanksgiving, there’s a food drive car show where visitors can donate non-perishable food items. For Christmas, there’s a toy drive car show to collect gifts for kids in need.

Savor Mini Treats at SmallCakes Kissimmee

Every day is a great day to treat yourself, and SmallCakes Kissimmee is an incredible place to do that. This adorable dessert spot is known for its cupcakes and ice cream. Delight in one of their 12 signature cupcake flavors, like birthday cake, lemon drop, or hot fudge sundae. Or savor one of their seven classic ice cream flavors, including salted caramel, peanut butter cup, and blue monster cookie.

Test Your Golf Skills at Yeoman’s TopGolf Swing Suite

Warm up your swing for a night at Yeoman’s TopGolf Swing Suite. Aim your shots at the colorful targets and see if you can beat your competitors. If golf isn’t your thing, Yeoman’s has loads of other virtual games, including hockey, soccer, pool, and more. While the games are the highlight of Yeoman’s TopGolf Swing Suite, the food is noteworthy as well. Serving up British favorites and pub grub, these dishes are great to munch on in between turns. Try the fish and chips, the shepherd’s pie, or the gherkin pastrami tower.

Explore Margaritaville Resort Orlando

Most people don’t realize that the Promenade at Sunset Walk is part of the Margaritaville Resort Orlando. (Don’t worry – the Promenade is open to the public, so you can visit whenever you’d like!) While you’re in the neighborhood, why not explore the Margaritaville Resort Orlando, too?

For upscale seafood, check out Euphoria Fish House for dishes like lobster bisque, Mahi fish sandwiches, and Chilean sea bass. For a bit of pampering, book a massage or body treatment at St. Somewhere Spa. For a day of sun and fun, visit Island H2O Live! Water Park.