Exploring Sarasota’s Burgeoning Rosemary District

Exploring Sarasota’s Burgeoning Rosemary District

Exploring Sarasota’s Burgeoning Rosemary District

 

Take a day trip just north of downtown Sarasota to the Rosemary district, where you will find the peak of Sarasota’s culture. This vibrant coastal corner is Sarasota’s center of modern culture, local art and tasty cuisine!

 

Sarasota Modern

If you’re looking for the perfect quaint hideaway, Sarasota Modern is in the center of the Rosemary District and focuses on lavish living. This elegant hotel promises a relaxing stay to look forward to at the end of the day.

The Yoga Shack

What better way to start the day than by greeting the sunrise with a salutation? The Yoga Shack starts it’s schedule early, with a variety of classes to suit all levels of yogis.

Lolita Tartine

After your refreshing yoga session, take a short walk over to Lolita Tartine, a tasty, traditional French breakfast spot. Start off with something sweet, like their mouthwatering chocolate croissant or a crepe while you sip on your cafe au lait. For those who like a more filling meal to start the day, give the personal quiche a go with your espresso.

The Overton

Experience the Rosemary District and Sarasota culture up close during your lunch break at The Overton. This trendy lunch spot is named after Sarasota County’s first Black community, and is the heart of the Rosemary District. Meander around the neighborhood after lunch and take in the colorful murals, local art and intriguing history. The murals in the Rosemary District are reason enough to visit this charming location; the art found here draws in locals and tourists alike.

Mandeville Beer Garden & Rudolph’s

For some happy hour specials to kick off your evening, Rudolph’s offers a perfectly crafted cocktail. If a local brew is more up your alley, Mandeville Beer Garden keeps a rotating selection of local brewers, including the popular JDub’s Brewing Company.

The Rosemary

Head over to The Rosemary for dinner in classic Sarasota style. With delectable dishes like tuna tartare and duck a l’orange waiting to be enjoyed while watching the sunset, this restaurant is a key dining experience. Named after the Rosemary District, the cultural cuisine served here in a coastal setting is wonderful way to finish the day.

The Blue Rooster

For a lively way to end the evening, The Blue Rooster offers nightly blues entertainment. Featuring local and touring musicians, the soulful sounds found at The Blue Rooster is an esoteric experience.

 

The Rosemary district is one of Sarasota’s many historical locations! See here for more intriguing historical escapades to enjoy on your vacation.

 

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