But back to Napa. The restaurant promises to transport a slice of Northern California's organic, farm-to-table concept to the Sunshine State, which we think is a fine way to make convention travel more healthy.
Throwing back a fine selection of hand-crafted cocktails and Napa wines also sounds like the best way to suffer through boring convention companions. From what we've seen of Napa's menu, it's very fresh and modern, with plenty of seafood options as well as chicken, pork and steak steak dishes. One thing we haven't seen on the lineup? Duck.
Which, considering the Peabody Orlando's quaint tradition of a Duck March every day at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. should not surprise us.
And no, we're not kidding. The hotel really does have five ducks who march through the lobby and into the fountain, set to the "strident tones of John Philip Sousa's King Cotton March." It's a tradition that began at the Peabody Memphis, which you can read all about here.
And, with that, it's definitely time for a glass of wine ...
[Rendering via The Dish blog / Orlando Sentinel ]