Orlando's tallest building is at the heart of its downtown skyline. See for yourself!
Completed in 1988, SunTrust Center was built in a contemporary postmodern style. A pre-existing skyscraper, which formerly housed the First National Bank of Orlando, was re-faced and integrated into the tower's design. The 35-story building includes more than just 30 floors of office space. Its height of 441 feet is the unofficial limit for all buildings in Orlando. While the panoramic views from the top are unfortunately not open the public, there are cafes and restaurants which are. Meriwether's Market, located on the third floor, is a full-service Cafe, known for its local, seasonal and sustainable cuisine. It offers a full selection of vegetarian and gluten-free options. The Cafe is open Monday-Friday for breakfast (7AM - 9:30 AM) and lunch (11:30 AM - 3PM). Tap the link below to see its latest specials and offerings on its Facebook page.
In addition to the flagship market, Merriwether's Coffee & Sundries, located in the first-floor lobby, is a local favorite for coffee and pastry lovers. During the afternoon hours, savory bites are also available. It is open Monday-Friday from 7AM-4PM.
Finally, there is the famous Wahlburger's restaurant and pub. Known for its burgers and comfort food, it also offers vegetarian and gluten-free fare. Other signature items include onion rings, tater tots, frappes, and floats. The bat offers a large selection of cocktails wines and beers, including a custom "Wahlbrewski," a pale ale produced by Harpoon Brewery. Wahlburgers is open Sunday - Thursday from 11AM - 10PM, and Friday - Saturday from 11AM - 11 PM. Tap the link below to see its many food and drink offerings.
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