Brunch in Sarasota

After one day in St. Petersburg, we were ready to drive to Miami for Art Basel. But a girl’s gotta eat…especially before a 4+ hour drive across the state. So my mom and I decided to stop in Sarasota. I didn’t do any research to see where we should go, so I just set the GPS to “Sarasota” and hoped for the best. We ended up in the old historic Burns Square district.

It’s really just a couple blocks, but we walked down Burns Court and it was super charming. The street is lined with historic bungalows as well as a film society. I, for one, would love to live in a lavender bungalow or in a house surrounded by yellow concrete pineapples.

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Walking down a tree-lined alley to Burns Court

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Walking down a tree-lined alley to Burns Court

burns square historic district sarasota south florida burns court

Walking down a tree-lined alley to Burns Court

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Walking down a tree-lined alley to Burns Court

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Walking down a tree-lined alley to Burns Court

The area also featured some fun murals along Pineapple Street.

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