About Orlando

Once upon a time, Orlando was a small town surrounded by cow pastures and citrus fields. With the development of Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort, SeaWorld Orlando and a host of smaller attractions, those cow pastures turned into planned communities that house a wide range of residents, from Disney's 55,000 cast members to sports celebrities and millionaires.

Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World is so large that it can be considered its own district. You will find everything from hotels to shopping, restaurants, sports and nightlife within this huge park. Fulton's Crab House is one among the many fabulous restaurants. There are also thousands of hotel rooms to fit a wide range of budgets, and all provide shuttle transportation that gets you to its many theme parks. Disney's Typhoon Lagoon, Disney's Blizzard Beach, Disney's Animal Kingdom, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Epcot are all here. Visit the nearby Magic Kingdom. A monorail zips passengers to many destinations; boats and buses serve all the others, and the wait is rarely more than a few minutes for transportation.

Kissimmee

Kissimmee is a nice city along the U.S. 192, which is a long strip of highway along an east-west route from the small but sprawling towns of Kissimmee and St. Cloud to Walt Disney World and beyond. You can find nice discounts in the city as well as interesting attractions, such as Green Meadows Petting Farm. There are also inexpensive restaurants including Golden China.


Universal Orlando

Universal Orlando is fantastic area that includes  Universal Studios Florida and Universal's Islands of Adventure. Universal Studios is a family-friendly theme park has rides based on your favorite films as well as entertaining shows. Universal Orlando also
features restaurants and a great nightlife. Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville, Emeril's Restaurant and the Universal CityWalk attract visitors year-round.You can also have a magical time at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.


Downtown Orlando

Yes, there is a downtown Orlando, although few who come to Orlando ever see much of it. Downtown is one of the prettiest parts of the city, blessed with tree-lined neighborhoods, attractive older homes and its fair share of (but not too many) shops, restaurants, lounges and entertainment areas. An excellent meal can be had at Hue or Kres Chophouse. The History Center and the UCF Center are popular with visitors.

  • Orlando Museum of Art

    2416 North Mills Avenue Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 896 4231
    According to Newsweek, this piece of 1950s architecture serves as one of the best art museums in the South. Founded in 1924, the museum now consists of three permanent exhibits - the American Collection, housing nearly 900 paintings, prints, photographs and sculptures from the 19th century onward; the Art of Ancient Americans Collection, boasting 500 artifacts of jade, gold and clay from Mexican, Costa Rican and Peruvian cultures; and an African collection of more than 70 artifacts, including masks, from various West African countries. OMA also hosts rotating exhibits. Residents of Orange, Seminole, Lake and Osceola counties receive free admission.
  • Wet 'n Wild

    6200 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 351 1800
    Thrills are for sharing! Only Wet 'n Wild Orlando gives you more themed, multi-person thrill rides than any other water park around. Signature hits like Disco H2O, Brain Wash, The Flyer and more — high-speed, seriously twisted, multi-person family adventures that let you experience the excitement with up to four people at a time. So whether you visit with friends or family, Wet 'n Wild makes it easy to feel the fun and share the rush!
  • Old Town

    5770 West Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway Kissimmee, FL 34746 United States - Phone: +1 407 396 4888

    Explore all the excitement that Kissimee has to offer at Old Town. This impressive entertainment complex boasts more than 70 specialty shops, a wide range of affordable dining options and more. Kids will have a blast exploring the many activities at Old Town, including amusement park rides such as the bumper cars and Ferris wheel. 

  • Gatorland

    14501 South Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32837 United States - Phone: +1 405 855 5496 / +1 800 393 5297
    Take a trip to this 70-acre park and see thousands of alligators and crocodiles up close. Visit breeding pens, nurseries and rearing ponds. Children love the site's mini water park, and the petting zoo boasts goats, lambs and other barnyard animals. Make sure to walk the 2000-foot boardwalk winding its way through a cypress swamp. If you get hungry, grab a bite at the on-site Pearl's Smokehouse. The menu features smoked alligator ribs and deep-fried gator nuggets.
  • Harry P. Leu Gardens

    1920 North Forest Avenue Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 246 2620
    This lovely 50-acre botanical garden situated on Lake Rowena offers visitors a chance to escape into Old Florida. Wander miles of paved paths through forests of giant camphors, oaks and palms. The formal Rose Garden is the largest in the South, but don't pass up the opportunity to visit the herb, butterfly, palm and bamboo gardens as well. Towering over all this natural wonder is the Leu House. Built in 1888, it now serves as a decorative-arts museum.
  • WonderWorks

    9067 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 351 8800
    WonderWorks bills itself as a museum “where science has gone crazy.” This attraction will amuse both children and adults and they can pick up some quirky scientific information along the way. This bright, upside-down establishment offers more than 100 hands-on exhibits, including the Bridge of Fire walk-through (which simulates the power of 250,000 watts of electricity), a Mystery Lab and the Earthquake Experience simulation room. Visit for a quirky and educational experience.
  • A World of Orchids

    2501 North Old Lake Wilson Road Kissimmee, FL 34747 United States - Phone: +1 407 396 1887
    This 10-acre exhibit is a horticulturalist's paradise. Opened in 1993, it is the brainchild of Kerry and Chris Richards, Miami nursery owners active on the international orchid circuit. The pair wanted to build a world-class exhibit honoring the flower they love, and they have certainly succeeded. Here you'll find a rainforest conservatory boasting huge, flowering plants, waterfalls, and exotic birds and fish. A nature walk takes visitors around ponds and through rainbow-hued orchid gardens. The center also offers an extensive list of plants for sale.
  • Bill's Airboat Adventures

    2075 Palm Avenue Oviedo, FL 32765 United States - Phone: +1 407 977 3214
    Owner, Captain Bill Daniel is a U.S. Coast Guard-licensed seaman, a conservationist, and a river historian. Who better to take you and your family on a tour of Florida's pristine St. John's River? The 90-minute tour includes backwaters and marshland, where you'll almost certainly get an up-close view of some of Florida's famous wildlife. Encounter alligators, bald eagles, otters, manatees, osprey and deer, to say nothing of indigenous cypress trees. Tours leave from a variety of Central Florida venues; by appointment only.
  • Blue Water Balloons

    7769 West Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway Kissimmee, FL 34747 United States - Phone: +1 407 396 2222
    For a truly memorable morning, take a ride on one of many helium balloons. You'll soar over majestic landscapes accented with rivers and lakes. Airtime runs for about an hour, but the whole event takes three to four hours. As part of your experience, you'll watch professionals inflate your balloon, and after the flight, you'll be treated to a glass of champagne and assorted snacks. Reservations are required. Meeting places are determined at the time of reservation.
  • Horse World Riding Stables

    3705 Poinciana Boulevard Kissimmee, FL 34758 United States - Phone: +1 407 847 4343
    This establishment offers in-the-saddle fun for riders of all skill levels. No experience is required for the 50-minute Nature trail ride; it's suitable for adults and for children aged six and older. People who can manage a trotting horse may want to take the hour-long Intermediate trail ride; for experienced riders, there's the 90-minute advanced trail ride. Reservations though are required for the advanced trail. All rides take place on 750 acres of pristine Florida land, reminding visitors of what the area looked like before European settlers landed here. After your ride, take the kids over to the on-site barnyard and playground. Opens everyday at 9a.
  • Clarcona Horseman's Park

    3535 Damon Road Apopka, FL 32703 United States - Phone: +1 407 886 6255
    Local amateur horse shows held at this 40-acre public equestrian park (usually on weekends) spotlight best-of-breed competitions, the dressage skills of young and amateur riders, jumping prowess and racing aptitude. The park also houses the Mid-Florida Midget Race Track and Association. A 'midget car' is a special vehicle designed for children ages 6 to 16. Junior Mario Andrettis regularly show off their racing skills on this track.
  • Tibet-Butler Preserve

    8777 County Road 535 Windmere, FL 32836 United States - Phone: +1 407 876 6696
    This 440-acre preserve offers opportunities for the whole family to learn about Florida's fragile ecosystem. The on-site Vera Carter Environment Center houses a variety of exhibits on local flora and fauna, and also hosts a plethora of environmental programs, many of them geared toward children. If you're looking for a great way to spend a lazy day, consider a stroll down the miles of trails offered on the preserve, which meanders through pristine wilderness.
  • Fort Gatlin Recreational Park

    2009 Lake Margaret Drive Orlando, FL 32806 United States - Phone: +1 407 254 9820
    Sometimes recreation means watching a movie, visiting a bar or kicking back with a good book in one of Orlando's lovely parks. But on those days when you just have to get moving, visit this fort. You'll find a public tennis center, Olympic-size swimming pool, and a volleyball court. Kids especially like the playground. If you expect all this activity will leave you hungry, pack a lunch. The park also offers picnic facilities.
  • Howell Branch Nature Preserve

    3090 Temple Trail Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 836 6200 / +1 386 329 4404
    This 52-acre preserve offers a meandering nature trail perfect for quiet hikes. Stroll through wetlands, taking in the educational displays that dot the path. You may encounter native Florida birds, such as herons and egrets, and, if you're lucky, a deer or two. Leashed pets are allowed. All in all, Howell Branch Nature Preserve is a nice spot for a relaxing getaway.
  • Fort Christmas Historical Park

    1300 Fort Christmas Road Christmas, FL 32709 United States - Phone: +1 407 568 4149
    Although it sits on only 25 acres, this spot offers visitors the chance to get involved in some active recreation and to explore Florida's historic past. The park's centerpiece is a replica of a fort built on Christmas day, 1837, to protect European settlers during their war with the Seminole Tribe. An on-site museum houses military and Seminole artifacts. The site also houses a restored pioneer home and sugarcane mill, both graced with historical farming equipment. Once you've soaked in your fill of history, have some fun on the basketball, volleyball and tennis courts located in the park. You'll also find a playground, horseshoe pits and picnic areas.
  • Hal Scott Preserve

    5150 Dallas Boulevard Orlando, FL 32833 United States - Phone: +1 407 836 6200
    For an all-day getaway, consider a trip to this lovely spot. The park offers nearly 9000 acres of unspoiled Florida wilderness. Hike miles of trails along the scenic Econlockhatchee River and perhaps spot some of Florida's famous wildlife along the way. If you prefer more active recreation, consider making use of the preserve's off-road bicycling trails, fishing spots and horse trails. If you want to spend the night, the preserve does offer camping facilities (tents only). The park is located one mile west of SR 520 on Maxim, to Bancroft, South to Paddock, West to Dallas; follow signs.
  • Fun Spot Action Park

    5551 Del Verde Way Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 363 3867
    All kids and many grownups love this place. It offers a 10,000-square-foot, two-story arcade filled with high-tech video games. Outside, you'll find time-tested rides like go-karts, bumper cars and bumper boats. The park's KidsSpot offers mild thrills appropriate for children ages 2-6. If all this activity leaves you hungry, eat at the on-site snack bar. Admission is free, but you do pay for each ride you take and each arcade game you play.
  • Orlando Paintball

    7215 Rose Avenue Orlando, FL 32810 United States - Phone: +1 407 294 0694
    Feel like burning off a workweek's worth of stress? Consider a visit to this facility, which offers a variety of survival games in which opponents shoot at each other with paint pellets. A traditional game scenario includes two teams infiltrating each other's territory and attempting to capture the other team's flag. Visitors can play in indoor or outdoor arenas. Inside are game areas featuring two-story towers, forts, bunkers and medieval structures. Outside are four themed fields and a cluster of futuristic structures.
  • Wekiwa Springs State Park

    1800 Wekiwa Circle Apopka, FL 32712 United States - Phone: +1 407 884 4311 / +1 407 884 2008(Tourist Information)
    Florida's fresh water comes from underground springs that rush through the state's underlying limestone base, or aquifer. Often, those springs bubble to the surface. You can see how it all works at Wekiwa Springs State Park, where the waters are crystal clear and stay at a comfortable 72 degrees all year. At this scenic spot, you can hike, camp, fish, go canoeing and, if you're lucky, spot some wildlife. Opens everyday at 8a.
  • Highlands Hammock State Park

    5931 Hammock Road Sebring, FL 33872 United States - Phone: +1 863 386 6094
    Covering nearly 5,000 acres, Highlands Hammock State Park is best known for its series of hammocks, which are small hills on which hardwood grows. There's much to see at this park, which opened in the 1930s and is one of Florida's four original state recreation areas. Hardwood forests and nine nature trails offer a great opportunity to spot Florida wildlife, including otters and the occasional bear or panther. Visitors also enjoy camping, guided tours and other activities. Opens everyday at 8a.
  • Lake Kissimmee State Park

    14248 Camp Mack Road Lake Wales, FL 33898 United States - Phone: +1 863 696 1112
    Guests visiting Lake Kissimmee State Park will enjoy fishing, picnicking, camping and bird watching, as well as 13 miles of winding hiking trails. Fish for bass, catfish or other fish, or relax in one of 60 campsites. With over 200 species of birds and 50 species of plants, this park offers great outdoor relaxation. All campsites offers electric and water hookups. Opens everyday at 8a,
  • Brevard Zoo

    8225 North Wickham Road Melbourne, FL 32940 United States - Phone: +1 321 254 9453
    Housing more than 400 animals and offering several community-based conservation and education programs, Brevard Zoo is a good bet for the whole family. It's divided into four distinct areas. Latin America, Native Florida and Australia feature the flora and fauna of those regions. View jaguars, anteaters, alligators and other animals. The Paws-On Activity Center provides interactive entertainment geared toward children, including a petting zoo.
  • Bok Tower Gardens

    1151 Tower Boulevard Lake Wales, FL 33853 United States - Phone: +1 863 676 1408

    Located on Florida's highest peninsular point, Bok Tower Gardens is a gorgeous 200 acre retreat. Designed by the famed architect, Frederick Law Olmsted, the gardens boast lush foliage of tropical plants, and the famous tower that stands over 205 feet tall with 57 bells that toll daily. Rare wildlife can be seen along many of the pathways as you make your way past the reflection pond, Pinewood Estate, Endangered Plant Garden. 

  • Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens

    3755 Northwest Highway 17-92 Sanford, FL 32747 United States - Phone: +1 407 323 4450
    Set in a park of more than 100 acres, this 21-acre zoo houses more than 400 animals. Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens is in fact a privately owned charitable organization dedicated to the conservation of exotic animals as well as species native to Florida. You'll encounter cheetahs, pumas, alligators, snakes, macaws, hawks, owls and many other animals. The zoo also offers a variety of educational and child-friendly classes and events.
  • Audubon Center for Birds of Prey

    1101 Audubon Way Maitland, FL 32751 United States - Phone: +1 407 644 0190
    Over the last 21 years, this animal-rehabilitation center has treated and released more than 7,000 birds of prey, including eagles, hawks, vultures and owls. To learn more about these creatures, come by for a visit to Audubon Center for Birds of Prey. Twenty-two species are on view, including the famous bald eagles. The animals here cannot be returned to the wild, mostly because of health reasons. The center also hosts an adopt-a-wild-bird program.
  • American River Cruises

    433 North Palmetto Avenue Sanford, FL 32771 United States - Phone: +1 407 321 5091
    If you're in the mood for a romantic meal, consider a day trip aboard this 110-foot, three-deck cruise ship. Seated window-side, you'll dine on seafood, lasagna, prime rib and other goodies as you enjoy terrific views of the St. John's River. American River Cruises offers a variety of cruises, ranging from a three-hour lunch excursion to a moonlight dinner and dance cruise.
  • Lake Louisa State Park

    7305 US Highway 27 Clermont, FL 34714 United States - Phone: +1 352 394 3969
    One of 13 lakes connected by the Palatlakaha River, Lake Louisa sits in a 4,000-plus-acre park that also contains the Green Swamp. The environment offers a variety of nature activities like swimming, hiking, bird-watching, picnicking, fishing and canoing. You can also take part in the nature-study events offered. Wildlife is abundant, so keep your eyes open during your travels. If you own a horse, you're welcome to bring it along; the park boasts a number of equestrian trails. Opens everyday at 8a.
  • Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards

    19239 U.S. 27 North Clermont, FL 34715 United States - Phone: +1 800 768 9463
    Believe it or not, Florida actually does have vineyards that produce wines that have been winning awards in national and international competitions. One of those is right here in Central Florida, where a vineyard is tucked away in sleepy Clermont. In operation for more than a decade, Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards grows and sells award-winning red, white and blush wines. Daily tours explain the business of winemaking, and the winery also sponsors a number of wine-tasting events throughout the year.
  • Historic Bok Sanctuary

    1151 Tower Blvd Lake Wales, FL 33853 United States - Phone: +1 863 676 1408
    Sixty miles east of Tampa on the highest point of land on the peninsula lies the Historic Bok Sanctuary. Named a National Historic Landmark, the gardens offer a wildlife observatory, endangered plant exhibit, woodland garden and butterfly and bird watching. The highlight of this magnificent cultivated area is the bell tower, housing one of the world's great carillons. Fifty-seven bronze bells entertain visitors with daily concerts. The lush gardens were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.
  • Walt Disney World

    West Buena Vista Drive Orlando, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 6244

    20 miles south of Orlando, Walt Disney World covers 43 square miles. After the incredible success of Disneyland in Southern California in the 1950s, Walt Disney decided to expand his empire with a stealthy purchase of 27,443 acres of land near Orlando, Florida in 1965. And although Walt Disney himself died in 1966, Walt Disney World opened to global anticipation and excitement in 1972. Since opening, the park has expanded to include four separate theme parks—the original Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom. There are also water parks, hotels, campgrounds, lots of restaurants, fireworks and fun! Walt Disney World is a children's paradise, and your little ones are sure to cherish their time here for the rest of their lives! Park Hopper discounts are available along with multi-day tickets, and you can check the website for ticket options and booking.

     

     

  • Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

    Nasa Parkway West Orsino, FL 32920 United States - Phone: +1 866 737 5235
    In a tribute to the thrilling history of United States space exploration, the Space Center welcomes visitors to climb aboard a full size space shuttle replica, view moon rocks, and get a hands-on look at the science beyond the drama. Take a tour venturing deep into NASA's spaceport facilities, or visit the Rocket Garden, featuring eight massive rockets from past eras. An IMAX Theater shows movies on a five-story screen. The complex is also home to the Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge. Please note that this is a working space flight facility; hours and operations may change without notice.
  • Universal Studios Florida®

    6000 Universal Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819-7610 United States - Phone: +1 407 363 8000
    At the world’s premier movie and TV based theme park you’ll be transformed into a Minion on the 3-D ride Despicable Me Minion Mayhem; help save the princess on Shrek 4-D; and join the battle on the new TRANSFORMERS™: The Ride–3D, now open.
  • SeaWorld Orlando

    7007 Sea World Drive Orlando, FL 32821 United States - Phone: +1 407 351 3600
    One of the first theme parks to open in Orlando, SeaWorld has been operating here for more than 30 years. The 200 acres of attractions and animal shows make this a perennial favorite with Florida visitors. Many new attractions and rides have been added to the original fun including a laser-fireworks-water extravaganza and high-tech thrill rides. The park also hosts a number of family-friendly events, including February's Bud & BBQ Fest. See website for latest info.
  • Kissimmee Aviation Services

    3031 West Patrick Street Kissimmee, FL 34741 United States - Phone: +1 407 847 9095
    If you think Orlando's theme parks are impressive, wait until you see them from higher up! Aboard this company's aircraft, you and two companions can fly over Epcot's famed geodesic dome, Universal's movie sets and Sea World's leaping dolphins. Don't forget to take a camera along; photographs are wonderful in the clear air and flatlands of central Florida. Tours are 30 minutes or an hour with varying prices, so call for specific details.
  • Orange Blossom Balloons, Inc.

    7769 West Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway Kissimmee, FL 34747 United States - Phone: +1 407 894 5040
    Flying high for more than 16 years, this company operates from a base in Lake Buena Vista near Walt Disney World. Its hot-air balloons fly in the morning, as do other balloon companies, and wind up with a celebratory picnic breakfast and the traditional bottle of champagne. Allow about four hours for the whole experience.
  • SkyScapes Balloon Tours

    5755 Cove Drive Belle Isle, FL 32812 United States - Phone: +1 407 421 9322
    Going up in the world gives you a whole new perspective, and this company is here to help you do that! Rising in a hot-air balloon, you float over glittering lakes and pine forests, the Magic Kingdom and roller coasters, tiny villages, and the vast megalopolis of Orlando. From your perch, you'll get a new look at this vast development that has sprouted from the pastureland of central Florida, a man made maze that hides much of the region's original beauty. When your flight is over, you celebrate in the traditional balloonists way with a bottle of champagne, a picnic, and a flight certificate. Check the website for information on tours.
  • Warbird Adventures, Inc.

    233 North Hoagland Boulevard Kissimmee, FL 34741 United States - Phone: +1 407 870 7366
    Take classes in flying and fighting, then rise to great heights in a World War II aircraft! This is the real thing, not a virtual game, and it's all recorded on film for you viewing pleasure. Located next to the museum, this adventure is designed for pilot wannabes. The instructor sits in back and guides the action with voice instructions and other help, if need be. The fee for the flight adventure includes ground instruction and flying. Reservations are highly recommended.
  • Bataan-Corregidor Memorial

    461 West Oak Street Kissimmee, FL 34741 United States - Phone: +1 407 846 6131
    There have been some very grim days in the history of the United States, as it fought overseas wars far from its shores, and the Bataan-Corregidor experiences were certainly among them. At this touching memorial, the sacrifices of both American soldiers and Filipino servicemen, as well as those of civilian men and women, whose heroism was notable. You'll find it at Lake Front Park, a pretty place in downtown Kissimmee. There is no admission charge.
  • Historic Museum of St.Cloud & Osceola County

    1200 New York Avenue St. Cloud, FL 34769 United States - Phone: +1 407 892 3671
    Kissimmee and St. Cloud have long been sister cities, but with the growth of Walt Disney World and the creation of Kissimmee as a bedroom community for theme park enthusiasts, little St. Cloud has missed out on the action. Here, however, the history of this pretty village comes to life in a host of artifacts and photographs that offer an intriguing glimpse into the earliest days of this entire region. The museum is truly historic - it's housed in the First National Bank Building, which was built about 1910 and is now the city's Chamber of Commerce building. It is also St. Cloud's oldest commercial building. There is no admission charge.
  • Green Meadows Petting Farm

    1368 South Poinciana Boulevard Kissimmee, FL 34746 United States - Phone: +1 407 846 0770
    If you've got small children who love to touch some furry critter, here is the place to go. This popular farm caters to the needs of more than 300 farm animals, and all are pleased to be petted. Pony rides are available too, and both adults and children can try their fingers at milking a cow. Tractor-drawn hayrides are popular diversions, and there's also a little train that chugs around the ranch.
  • Disney Wilderness Preserve

    2700 Scrub Jay Trail Kissimmee, FL 34759 United States - Phone: +1 407 935 0002
    Two powerful environmental concerns have come together here, with the Nature Conservancy and Walt Disney World joining forces to preserve and protect this 12,000-acre ecosystem. In this region are the headwaters of the Everglades, that "shallow river of grass" so eloquently described by author Marjorie Stoneman Douglas, whose efforts helped save this vast swampland from destruction. Water from this region in the center of Florida flows inexorably south, covering much of the land down the center of the state and into southern Florida before flowing into the sea. At this vast preserve, you can get a look at pristine plant communities, wildlife, and waterways.
  • Osceola County Schools Environmental Study Center

    4300 Poinciana Boulevard Kissimmee, FL 34758 United States - Phone: +1 407 870 0551
    Osceola County's school system oversees this Environmental Study Center, where students and visitors can get a look at the wild world. A facility for the study of the environmental forces that affect Florida's complex land structures, its rapidly growing population and its often-struggling wildlife, it offers nature trails, natural history exhibits and a look at some wildlife.
  • Disney Cruise Line

    1492 Charles M. Rowland Dr Cape Canaveral, FL 32920 United States - Phone: +1 800 951 3532
    For romantic getaways or family vacation, you can't beat a Disney cruise. Two character ships sail out of Port Canaveral 40 minutes east of Orlando. Options include a three- or four - night cruise to the Bahamas, a seven night Caribbean cruise, or a combination of land and sea for seven nights with a stop at its own island, Castaway Cay. There's lots of fun and activities for the whole family. Enjoy the full spa treatment or lounge by one of the three pools on board. Rates and schedules vary. Book online or call your travel agent. Disney bus service is available for those staying at the theme parks. Check the website for Castaway Club membership benefits.
  • ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex

    700 South Victory Way Kissimmee, FL 34747 United States - Phone: +1 407 363 6600
    This multi-million dollar sports complex sprawling across 200 acres can host more than 30 different types of sports, from aerobics to wrestling. It has hosted a broad spectrum of athletes, ranging from youth league competitors to leisure-time amateurs, seniors to college teams and professionals. The spring training home of the Atlanta Braves, this multi-purpose complex even has a Speedway for auto-racing. You can test your endurance at the Multi-Sports Experience facility and then head for the All-Star Cafe where you'll find memorabilia, an interactive game room and delicious food.
  • Lakeland Center

    701 West Lime Street Lakeland, FL 33815 United States - Phone: +1 863 834 8100
    There's no dearth of events at this popular venue about 30 miles off the city of Tampa. Come to experience the beauty of the arts through symphonies, ballet, classical and contemporary performances, opera, Broadway shows and musicals. Car-crazy guys can head over for shows on their favorite toys, while sport fans can catch some of the action here. Business conferences are held in Sikes Convention Hall, while theatrical hijinks bring down the Jenkins Arena and the posh Youkey Theatre. A grand ballroom caters to flamboyant parties and a plethora of amenities, including 2,500 parking spaces and the 128-suite on-site hotel for guests, make it a hot venue for visiting artists. The hearing-impaired can benefit from the infrared audio enhancement system, free earphones and receivers are available. Check their website for a calendar of events and ticketing information.
  • Chain of Lakes Park

    500 Cletus Allen Drive Winter Haven, FL 33880 United States - Phone: +1 813 287 8844
    This stadium, located in the scenic town of Winter Haven, has been a famous landmark since it was built in 1966. The town of Winter Haven is about 47 miles from Orlando, and the Cleveland Indians have made it their spring training ground. Baseball teams compete with each other regularly, cheered on by thousands of fans (the stadium can hold 7000). Parking and disabled access are available.
  • Masjid Al-Rahim

    4962 Old Winter Garden Road Orlando, FL 32811 United States - Phone: +1 407 523 7882
    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. It is located in Metrowest Area in Orlando, Florida. Islamic Worshipers can come here and offer their prayers. Experience the presence of God in this beautifully carved mosque.
  • Jama Mosque

    11543 Ruby Lake Road Orlando, FL 32836 United States - Phone: +1 407 238 2700
    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. It is located in Walt Disney of Orlando, Florida. Islamic worshipers can come here and offer their prayers. Do check their website for detailed information and daily prayer timings.
  • Masjid Al-Haq

    545 West Central Boulevard Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 835 9600
    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. It is located in Downtown Orlando, Florida. Islamic worshipers can come here and offer their prayers. Do check their website for detailed information and daily prayer timings.
  • Joker Marchant Stadium

    2301 Lakeland Hills Boulevard Lakeland, FL 33805 United States - Phone: +1 863 413 4142
    The Joker Marchant Stadium is the Lakeland Tigers' new Spring Training home. Various games and shows are held here periodically. With a capacity to hold more than 8000 people at the same time, this venue is all set to deal with the popularity of the game. Check out the Lakeland Tigers website to find out when your favorite team is going to play here. Make sure to book your tickets well in advance if you want to catch the excitement live!
  • Richard Petty Driving Experience

    3450 North World Drive Orlando, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 0130
    If car racing is on your agenda, this is the place to be. Founded by ex-Nascar champ, Richard Petty along with his Australian friend Barry Graham, Richard Petty Driving Experience (RPDE), designed to simulate Nascar racing provides high end sports entertainment. With 20 locations in the US, RPDE is the first choice for many who would love to hit high speeds, the safe way. RPDE has many individual and group programs. With 4 choices of Ride-along, Rookie Experience, Kings Experience and Experience of a Lifetime, it covers all skill levels. Do reserve in advance!
  • Discovery Cove

    6000 Discovery Cove Way Orlando, FL 32821 United States - Phone: +1 877 434 7268
    Imagine a place where you and your family can swim with dolphins, wade with mysterious rays, snorkel among thousands of tropical fish, and safely come eye-to-eye with sharks and barracudas! Where plunging through a majestic waterfall allows you to hand-feed exotic birds in a towering free-flight aviary. Where you can marvel at sight, sound and touch while bonding with these incredible animals. Where you can relax on pristine beaches and enjoy an all-inclusive day of discovery. Redefine your vacation experience with a getaway of personalized service never before encountered in Orlando. Discovery Cove: a day of adventure and a lifetime of memories!
  • Universal Orlando® Resort

    6000 Universal Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 224 4233
    Experience the excitement of two spectacular theme parks, non-stop nightlife, and more at Universal Orlando® Resort. Here you’ll soar above Hogwarts™ with Harry Potter™. Save the city from certain doom with Spider-Man®. Be transformed into a Minion on the heartwarming and hilarious 3-D ride based on Despicable Me. And join the battle on the new TRANSFORMERS™: The Ride–3D, now open. It’s an entire universe of action, fun, and excitement that takes you and your family where you never thought you’d go. Vacation Like You Mean It, at Universal Orlando® Resort.
  • Universal’s Islands of Adventure®

    6000 Universal Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 363 8000
    Take an unforgettable journey through uniquely themed islands where your favorite adventures come to life. Step into the magic and excitement of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™; help save the city on The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man®; and escape the jaws of a T-rex on the Jurassic Park River Adventure®.
  • Fishing Charters

    101 Lakeshore Boulevard Kissimmee, FL 34741 United States - Phone: +1 800 244 9105
    Try fishing Florida Style! Try catching your limit of bass or crappie on Big Lake 'Toho' Tohopekaliga, a fresh water 18,000 acre lake. The 24' pontoon boat is large enough for the whole family. Great fishing for experienced or novice anglers. Your Captain is happy to offer fishing tips and instruction if you ask. This beautiful lakeshore offers wide variety of wildlife, ospreys, eagles, alligators, turtles, otters and many species of tropical birds. A wonderful family experience.
  • Scenic Eco Tours

    101 Lakeshore Boulevard Kissimmee, FL 34741 United States - Phone: +1 800 244 9105
    Discover the intriging ecology of Central Florida in an narrated tour on Big Lake 'Toho' Tohopekaliga right in Kissimmee, Florida. Enjoy the scenic environment as you drift up a tropical creek surrounded by cypress and palm trees draped in Spanish moss, air plants and various other tropical botanicals. You will see ospreys, bald eagles, alligators, turtles, otters and many other species of tropical birds and wildlife. A comfortable 24' pontoon boat will carry you along the banks and through the grassy marsh that the Seminole Indians once navigated and hunted.
  • The History Center

    65 East, Central Boulevard Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 836 8500
    The History Center has three floors of permanent collection which includes everything to do with Orange County history. These are also lent to museums and other institutes for display purposes. The center library is a massive resource for research and has rare and out of print works, artifacts, and archives. The Center's educational programs include field trips, the library can be used to teach a history lesson, fun and educational parties, and camps. The center is rented out for occasions and has a shop for accessories, books, toys, fun items and kitsch at their store.
  • Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge

    18515 East Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32820 United States - Phone: +1 407 568 5138
    Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge is the largest wildlife refuge in central Florida. The motto is to rescue wild animals in trouble, raise the young who have been abandoned, rehabilitate the injured animals once they have recovered and release them back into the wild. It has over 2500 animals including wild cats, raccoons, bobcats, hybrid wolf, birds and cougars. Although groups have to pay for admission, the entry is usually free for individuals. Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge is always looking for volunteers and sponsors as it is through their help that this organization survives.
  • International Drive

    International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 248 9590
    Home to SeaWorld Orlando, Discovery Cove, Wet 'n Wild water park, Islands of Adventure, and Universal Studios Florida, International Drive is a theme park lover's paradise. Also a popular shopping destination, you can find 485+ shops ranging from designer boutiques to bargain outlet malls. At Orlando Premium Outlets, you will find designer outlets such as Armani Exchange, Salvatore Ferragamo, Dior, and BCBG Max Azria. Visit the Festival Bay Mall at International Drive to catch a movie, play a round of mini golf, shop, and dine at the many restaurants onsite. Servicing International Drive is the air-conditioned I-Ride Trolley Service to help get you from place to place. Operating daily, the cost is USD1 per ride for adults, 25 cents for seniors, and free for kids under 12 accompanied by an adult.
  • Magic Kingdom

    1375 North Buena Vista Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 6244
    The original Walt Disney World park, the Magic Kingdom creates a fantasy world for kids of all ages. The park contains seven different themed lands: Main Street, U.S.A., Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and Mickey's Toontown Fair. Each land displays the special Disney magic, and around the whole park are rides, games, characters, shows and shopping. At the center of the park lies Cinderella's Castle which towers over the park at 189 feet. The original design for the park was based on California's Disneyland, however Magic Kingdom is significantly larger.
  • Epcot

    200 Epcot Center Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 824 4321
    With Spaceship Earth, as its icon, Epcot has been a Walt Disney World favorite since it opened in 1982. Epcot celebrates technology and the future through two parts: Future World and World Showcase. Future World explores technology while World Showcase has pavilions representing eleven countries from around the world. Epcot has rides but more prominently features shows and tours ranging from Honey I Shrunk the Audience to the environmentally-conscious The Circle of Life. Nearby, the America Gardens outdoor arena hosts live performances.
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios

    1510 North Cove Road Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 6244
    Calling all Hollywood buffs—immerse yourself into movie lore and experience first-hand the magic of the silver screen. Disney's Hollywood Studios, formerly known as Disney-MGM Studios is a paradise for kids and adults alike. Surrounded by cherished Disney characters, one can enjoy events like the Disney Toy Story-inspired competition or a live performance of the hugely popular High School Musical 2. Added attractions include the variety of restaurants and eateries. Imaginatively designed, the Studios are a delight for tourists from all over.
  • Disney's Animal Kingdom

    1510 North Cove Road Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 6244
    More than a zoo, Disney's Animal Kingdom has rides, shows, and safaris to truly live in the world of the animals. See roaming wild animals on Kilimanjaro Safari or pet goats, llamas, and pigs at the Affection Section. Or take a rest and catch one of Animal Kingdom's many shows, from the 3-D 'It's Tough to be a Bug'—where you can experience life from a bug's point of view, to the live action, 'Pocahontas and her Forest Friends'. With rides like the rollercoaster Expedition Everest and the TriceraTop Spin, all members of the family are sure to have a full day of fun.
  • Disney's Blizzard Beach

    1510 North Cove Road Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 5277
    Need to cool off? Look no further than Disney's Blizzard Beach, a water park inspired by snow and winter sports. At the heart of the park is Mount Gushmore, which plays host to numerous chutes and slides—including the Summit Plummet, the world's largest and fastest free-fall body slide. There are attractions for all ages with Tike's Peak, a water play area for young children and Ski Patrol Training Camp, an area designed for pre-teens. Relax while floating down a tube on Cross Country Creek or take a dip in the pool of Melt-Away Bay. If you like water, you'll love Disney's Blizzard Beach.
  • Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

    1510 North Cove Road Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 6244 / +1 407 939 5277
    Disney's Typhoon Lagoon is a dynamic water park with much more than just water slides, although it does have those in abundance. At Shark Reef, if you dare, you can snorkel in salt water with real sharks and tropical fish. Go early or stay late to learn how to surf in one of the world's largest wave pools. If you are searching for a more classic water park, Typhoon Lagoon has these attractions as well. Take a ride on the slow and relaxing Castaway Creek, let the little ones play in Ketchakiddee Creek, or go for the big thrills with speed slides or a water coaster!
  • UCF Center

    500 West Livingston Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 823 3456
    The UCF Center is located in what was formerly the Expo Center. The Center is now part of The UCF School of Film and Digital Media, and the Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy. The Center has stunning location right next to the awe-inspiring Orlando Marriott Downtown Hotel. The UCF Center hosts seminars affiliated to the University of Central Florida which are open to the general public, as well as some conferences which are open to invitees only.
  • First Baptist Orlando

    3000 South John Young Parkway Orlando, FL 32805 United States - Phone: +1 407 425 2555
    The First Baptist Church in Orlando is passionate about getting involved in the community. To this end its Rejoice Dance Troupe presents a yearly event called "In His Own Time" as part of the Orlando Fringe Festival, which is a blend of comedy, drama and dance. Tickets are available online. Apart from this, First Baptist Church also conducts events like Memorial day services, camps for kids and lots more.
  • First Presbyterian Church of Orlando

    106 East Church Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 423 3441
    The First Presbyterian Church of Orlando, Florida, boasts gorgeous buildings in its downtown campus. It organizes events of all kinds and for all age groups of people. From 'Junior Worship' services to 'Moms in Motion' to 'Black Belts After School', the action never stops here. So feel free to drop in and check it out.
  • Orlando Skate Park

    400 Festival Way Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 898 9600
    If you think what Tony Hawk does can be emulated only through arcade games, then think again. Grab your latest skating board and hop into the Orlando Skate Park. The Park is well-equipped to include skaters of all skill levels. Divided into Beginners Arena, Big Flow and Bowl, learn the tricks of the trade in here, to skate your way to some freestyle twists and turns impressing many in the process. Timely competitions are held drawing a variety of audiences. The Park also has a store to buy the latest apparel or skates or even mend existing ones.
  • Universal CityWalk®

    6000 Universal Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819-7610 United States - Phone: +1 407 224 4233 / +1 407 363 8000
    Dance, drink, shop, and see it all in one place–Universal CityWalk®. Only here can you walk from some of Orlando’s most popular restaurants into some of its hottest clubs, trendiest shops and state-of-the-art theatres. It’s anything and everything you want to make your night come alive–Universal CityWalk, the Entertainment Capital of Orlando.
  • Wall Street Plaza

    18 Wall Street Plaza Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 849 0471
    Make merry on the road-literally, at the Wall Street Plaza in downtown Orlando. Packed with several specialty and theme restaurants and bars, one can sip a martini at leisure or head-bang at one of the many live music concerts held here frequently. Street parties, festivals and regular theme nights make this an ideal spot to soak in the nightlife of Orlando. Wall Street Plaza has something for everyone - from businesspersons to the fun-loving teens and party buffs.
  • Orlando Speedworld

    19164 East Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32833 United States - Phone: +1 407 568 1367
    Quench your need for adrenaline and experience some extreme rush at Orlando Speedworld. A variety of race cars are out there driving at breathtaking speeds through sharp curves, uphill and downhill slopes for the cheering masses. The three mile oval-shaped track also hosts crash and skid events, assuring the sweet sound of timbers colliding or rubbers burning in the scotching track heat. If that's not enough, you can get sloshed while having fun, as beer is available on the grand stands itself.
  • Jay Bergman Field

    4000 Central Florida Boulevard Orlando, FL 32816 United States - Phone: +1 407 823 1000
    Home to the UCF Knights—the baseball team of the University of Central Florida—the Jay Bergman Field was built with an indoor training facility, pitching mounds and batting cages. It was completed in 2001 and named after the head coach Jay Bergman. It can accommodate up to 1980 people at a time. The field has a parking garage next door, so you can be rest assured that you will find parking space easily.
  • Toon Lagoon

    1000 Universal Studios Plaza Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 224 4233
    The Toon Lagoon at Universal’s Islands of Adventure® is a great place to go for a fun day out. Get up close and personal with your favorite cartoon characters and enjoy the thrill of the wild rides. There are more than 150 characters that will leave you enthralled including Spider-Man®.
  • Calvary Assembly Of God

    1199 Clay Street Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 644 1199
    Located in the center of Orlando, Calvary is a multi-ministry church. Calvary Assembly Of God believes in the divine grace of Jesus and serves everybody, from the newly born to the elderly. Offering a whole range of community programs for all sections of society, including a nursery and classes for school children, a gym and a family life center, this church is an active one. Calvary Assembly also rents out place to businesses. You can log on to the website for more information.
  • Lake Eola Park

    195 North Rosalind Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 246 4485
    If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life, Lake Eola is an ideal quick jaunt. The lake is a part of a park complex that has a lovely sidewalk, which encircles the lake and serves as a running track. The park is a whopping 43.2 acres, making it the perfect place to get away!
  • Lake Eola

    195 North Rosalind Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 246 2827
    Lake Eola lies within Lake Eola Park on Rosalind Avenue. This pristine lake is just perfect for boating and watching the swans and other birds that make the lake their home. Swan-shaped boats are available for those who venture out onto the lake itself. Just sitting by the lake can be a really relaxing experience and is soothing to frayed nerves.
  • Lee Vista Center

    7600 TG Lee Boulevard Orlando, FL 32822 United States - Phone: +1 407 851 3673
    The Le Vista Center on TG Lee Boulevard is known for hosting sporting events. It is a good place to host various sorts of events, private and corporate. It hosts the Annual March of Dimes Mud Volleyball Tournament, in which more than a hundred corporate teams wallow in a couple of feet of mud. It's fun to watch and fun to be in, perhaps.
  • Orlando Brewing

    1301 Atlanta Avenue Orlando, FL 32806 United States - Phone: +1 407 872 1117
    Orlando Brewing is hidden away in a warehouse district, but it is worth seeking out. There are free tours of this local brewery, which brews the only organic certified beer in the whole state of Florida. The numerous ales created here vary from extra light to very dark and are the freshest beers around. Orlando Brewing has live shows and plenty to drink in the Taproom, a lot of special events scheduled all year round and a gift shop full of all kinds of unique items. It offers a casual, fun atmosphere in which you can relax, drink great beers, and hang out playing bar games with your friends.
  • The Wekiva Marina

    1014 Miami Springs Road Longwood, FL 32779 United States - Phone: +1 407 862 1500
    The Wekiwa River flowing around the Wekiwa Springs State Park offers calming respite to those who enjoy the company of nature. While camping or on a picnic at the park, you can sail across the river amidst natures beauty. The Wekiva Marina offers paddling trips with boat lunches throughout the year. Marina trips to the State Park, Shell Island, Buffalo Tram Camp Site, Katie's Landing or Wekiva Falls for a nominal fee can be reserved. While you sail along the river, discover the hidden wildlife in the green area.
  • Aquatica

    5800 Water Play Way Orlando, FL 32821 United States - Phone: +1 888 800 5447
    Aquatica is a whimsical, one-of-a-kind waterpark that’s only in Orlando and could only come from SeaWorld. There is one river where you float through an undersea world of colorful fish and another races you into rolling rapids. There are also slides that spin and soak you, and their incredible signature ride – two awesome, enclosed tube slides that send you speeding through a lively lagoon filled with playful, black and white Commerson’s dolphins. Delight in the serene-to-extreme waters in the gigantic double wave pools and soak in the sun (or the cooling shade) on the white sand beach. Aquatica is where the fun is as endless as the sea itself.
  • Boggy Creek Airboat Rides

    2001 East Southport Road Kissimmee, FL 34746 United States - Phone: +1 407 344 9550

    Boggy Creek Airboat Rides provides airboat tours of the Central Florida Everglades. Along the way you will see the vibrant wildlife of the wetlands, like alligators, turtles and exotic birds. Plus, the boats can speed up to 45 MPH (72 KPH) as they zip along the surface of the swamp. This is a great way to explore the beauty of these wetlands. 

     

     

     

  • Kennedy Space Center Grayline Tour

    6979 Kingspointe Parkway Number 12 Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 800 537 0917
    Your first stop on the tour will be the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame where you discover the heroes of the Last Frontier: Outer Space. See the largest collection of personal astronaut memorabilia ever assembled; experience actual space artifacts, or ride the wildest G-Force trainer and feel the pressure of four times of gravity. Next we go to the visitor center of the Kennedy Space Center, where you will find the only back-to-back twin IMAX theaters in the world, showcasing two exciting motion pictures on screens that are 5 1/2 stories tall! The enormous screens and state of the art sound system allows you to delve into the weightless environment of a space station, take a peek at the future in 3-D and experience the thrilling sensation of space flight. Then join the NASA bus tour with stops at the shuttle launch pads, observation tower and the Saturn V center to see a simulated lift off.
  • Grayline Orlando Clearwater Deep Sea Fishing

    6979 Kingspointe Parkway Number 12 Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 800 537 0917
    It's off to the white sands and warm waters of Clearwater Beach on a Grayline tour, where lunch is awaiting you at a dockside restaurant. After lunch, enjoy a four hour fishing cruise into the Gulf of Mexico at West Central Florida's most productive reef. Expect to catch a variety of fish and to keep anything that surpasses regulated length and weight. After finishing, you will cruise back to the dock where fish cleaning is available. Join in on an exciting afternoon of fun under the sun! Pick-up and drop-off times will vary. Price includes round-trip transportation from Orlando, Kissimmee and Disney Areas, lunch, fishing equipment including rod, reel, bait, fishing license, and professional guide. opens on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:40a.
  • Grayline Everglades & Miami Tour

    6979 Kingspointe Parkway Number 12 Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 800 537 0917
    On this Grayline tour, you will leave Orlando early to give you a whole day of fun. On the way there will be a breakfast bag provided to be eaten en-route. After a brief stop, you travel into the Everglades where you will receive a thirty minutes 'hold onto your hats' airboat ride. This is a great way to view the natural flora and fauna as well get a glimpse of the most famous resident - the American Alligator! After an animal handling show, you depart back to the Bayside Marketplace Mall in Miami where you will have some free time to look around the shops and stalls, before boarding the Island Queen. The boat ride is a city tour of Miami by water and gives you a great view of the homes of the rich and famous as well as some great cityscapes. The day ends in South Beach Miami for you to have some free time and relax beach-side, take in some dinner and stroll around the Art Deco area of South Beach, the sizzling hot spot heart of Miami! The tour is 2 tours combined and is a fantastic tour giving the best of both worlds.
  • Grayline Orlando Manatee Swim

    6979 Kingspointe Parkway Number 12 Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 800 537 0917
    On this Grayline Orlando tour, it's off to a team of professional manatee experts in Crystal River. En route you will be provided a breakfast bag. Masks and snorkels are included in a fabulous, narrated boat tour on the picturesque Crystal River. You are encouraged to swim and snorkel in the home of the Florida manatee while under the guidance of certified dive masters. Then, enjoy a basket style hot lunch in a riverside pub and restaurant. To end your day, you'll visit Homosassa State Wildlife Park, famous throughout Florida for the rehabilitation of injured animals. It is here you'll have the chance to see the current manatee residents of the park during an informative and entertaining feeding session with one of the park rangers. You'll also see bears, panthers, alligators and even a hippo as you explore the rest of the park. This tour is the ultimate in nature at its best, yet exciting and informative all in one day. Remember the camera to capture those one of a kind memories.
  • Grayline Orlando Clearwater Beach & Lunch Tour

    6979 Kingspointe Parkway Number 12 Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 800 537 0917
    Escape the theme parks! Tour highlights includes round-trip transportation and packed picnic lunch box. There will be plenty of free time on the beach to relax and enjoy Clearwater. Opens on Mondays and thursdays at 7:40a.
  • Grayline Orlando One Day Miami Tour

    6979 Kingspointe Parkway Number 12 Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 800 537 0917
    This tour takes you to one of the most upbeat cities on the East Coast, otherwise known as Miami. Experience the Bayside marketplace shopping mall and the exciting atmosphere. This bustling mall is right on the waterfront, whether you choose to hunt for bargains, look at the boats or visit the Hard Rock Café Miami, it is all in the area. During your time at Bayside you are offered an upgrade to experience the Star Island Boat ride (additional charges apply.) This city tour by water allows you to view the skyline plus places such as Star Island where you can view many homes of celebrities. Experience the Vibrant City of Miami in One Day!
  • One-Hour Night Airboat Tour

    2001 East Southport Road Kissimmee, FL 34746 United States - Phone: +1 407 344 9550
    Boggy Creek Airboat Rides' One-Hour Night Airboat Tour is for those who aren't afraid of anything, especially not the dark! You'll join your captain in the air-boat and search the expansive swamps for the intimidating Florida Alligator. Your captain will seek them out with the aide of a trusty miner's cap, and once you find the elusive reptiles, you'll get to watch them stalk their prey. This tour is one of the few chances you'll get to come face to face with this ultimate predator in its own environment. Tours run seasonally from April to October.
  • Boatwright's Dining Hall

    2201 Orleans Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 3463
    Boatwright's Dining Hall is located in Walt Disney World's Port Orleans Resort next to the main lobby. With all of the creative workmanship found here, it will seem like you've stepped inside an actual boat factory. There is a massive ship hull overhead and numerous other marine artifacts spread throughout. They offer all of the Cajun-inspired customary dishes, along with numerous American classics for breakfast and dinner. The desserts include scrumptious French pastries. Boatwright's Dining Hall is a fun place for the whole family to enjoy a home-cooked southern feast. The atmosphere is laid back, and you can enjoy a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic specialty drinks as well. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Florida Dolphin Tours

    5601 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 352 5151
    Has it been your dream to swim with the dolphins? If yes, then Florida Dolphin Tours can arrange this once in a lifetime experience for you and make your dreams come true. This tour company offers several attractive packages that can take you for dolphin excursions. So, hurry and book yourself to a trip filled with loads of fun and excitement.
  • Downtown Orlando

    South Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 363 5872
    Downtown Orlando is the main commercial and entertainment hub of the city. Easily accessible from any route, this area has lush parks and gardens, schools, sports and recreational areas, hospitals, art and cultural center and financial institutions in its vicinity. From high-priced boutiques, shopping malls to the bargainable local shops, the residents have loads of choices to splurge. The chain of popular restaurants located here make this an ideal haunt for any food lover. All in all, a place that caters to the different needs of the locals and the visitors.
  • Northwest Community Church

    5495 Clarcona-Ocoee Road Orlando, FL 32810 United States - Phone: +1 407 578 2088
    Northwest Community Church is not just any other religious sight. This church aims at healing people, spreading the message of oneness and help people reach Christ. The various weekend gatherings, conferences and classes help people value relationships and educates them about the diverse aspects of life. Here, everyday you can witness creativity galore as this place showcases theatre plays, dance shows, dance workshops and other cultural activities. Kids, too, are not left behind at this place, as the church conducts fun-filled summer programs and events for the young tots. So come along and celebrate life!
  • Big Toho Airboat Tours

    100 Lakeshore Boulevard Kissimmee, FL 34741 United States - Phone: +1 321 624 2398 / +1 888 937 6843
    Big Toho Airboat Tours is located on the Big Tohopedkaliga Lake and Creek, south of Orlando in Kissimmee. The tour is in the northern part of the Florida Everglades and provides a glimpse into the natural Florida beauty of the area. Experience Florida onboard an airboat gliding through the water at both fast and slow speeds. Go places that is only possible to go on board an airboat. Learn the history and environmental concerns of the area from a very informative and experienced captain. Big Toho Airboat Tours provides airboat tours featuring sightseeing, fishing charters and gator hunts as well. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Magic Sunrise Ballooning

    7575 Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway Kissimmee, FL 34747 United States - Phone: +1 407 396 4000 / +1 866 606 7433
    Magic Sunrise Ballooning is located in Kissimmee, a little south of Orlando. Here you can experience this popular central Florida area from a different perspective. Soar high above the region for about an hour looking down over breathtaking blue lakes and numerous waterways, endless cypress and orange trees observing the beautiful Florida landscape and many famous attractions. Magic Sunrise Ballooning adventures begins in the early hours as you witness and take part in the inflation of the magnificent hot air balloon prior to leaving on your wonderful journey. The total time for the complete adventure including the setup, flight and the post-flight party is three or more hours. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • M&Ms World

    8001 South Orange Blossom Trail, Suite 113 Orlando, FL 32809 United States - Phone: +1 407 850 4000
    M&Ms World is located in the Florida Mall just a little southeast of downtown Orlando. Come prepared to be awed in this very amazing 16,000-square-foot, brightly colored store specializing in everything M & Ms. Anything you could imagine and anything you couldn't is available here with an added M&M touch. This consists of more than 4000 unique and delicious gift items. Be amazed at the massive wall display of every color of M&M made and create your own collections. It also has the #38 NASCAR M&Ms full-scale racing car on display. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis 
  • Orlando Public Library

    101 East Central Boulevard Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 835 7323 / +1 407 835 7320
    One of the largest public library in Florida, Orlando Public Library offers a wide collection of rare books, audio tapes, recorded music, DVD's and films to its members. Spread over an area of 2,90,000 square foot, this library boasts five meeting rooms and three computer labs, where the members can sit and do their research online. Some of the departments present in this library include Children's Library, Genealogy, Reference Central, Law and Library Central. Apart from boasting a unique collection of educative material, this place also hosts a variety of events like story telling, literary readings, bilingual story session and many such others.
  • Bob’s Balloon

    425 Fairvilla Road Orlando, FL 32808 United States - Phone: +1 407 466 6380
    Bob's Balloon offers peaceful and exhilarating hot-air balloon rides all over the central Florida region and has more than 100 customary takeoff and land locations to choose from. Areas viewable from high above during the trips include Davenport, Orlando, Walt Disney World, Kissimmee and the surrounding natural areas in Polk, Orange, Lake and Osceola counties. Flights include witnessing the amazing inflation of the massive balloon, a one-hour flight ranging in heights from treetop to 1,000 feet up, and then a champagne brunch upon landing—plus a trip back to the start location. Bob's Balloon offers its passengers unforgettable sites and memories of the Orlando area. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Bill Fredrick Park at Turkey Lake

    3401 South Hiawassee Road Orlando, FL 32835 United States - Phone: +1 407 299 5581
    Turkey Lake Park is located southwest of the downtown area and provides a nice getaway from the hustle and bustle of the Orlando hotspots. Encompassing 300 acres, this beautiful park offers families a place to go for swimming (pool), picnicking (pavilions and shelters can be rented for groups), barbecues, fishing, hiking, biking, camping, volleyball, baseball and softball, boating, horseshoe, and it also has a dog park, Ecology Center, plus a nice playground and a kids farm. Bill Fredrick Park at Turkey Lake provides a large natural setting for spending a few hours, a whole day, overnight or even several days to relax and unwind. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Lake Lizzie Preserve

    6495 Old Melbourne Highway St. Cloud, FL 34771 United States - Phone: +1 407 343 7173
    Located just a short distance south of downtown Orlando in St. Cloud, Lake Lizzie Preserve provides a breathtaking natural setting the whole family can enjoy. It is a great place to go to get back to Mother Nature and away from all the hustle and bustle of the Orlando attractions. Encompassing 984 acres, Lake Lizzie Preserve contains 14 miles of walking or hiking trails, numerous horse trails, plus an abundance of natural wildlife that can be viewed throughout the undeveloped sections of the park. It contains two lakes, Lake Lizzie and Trout Lake, and is part of the "Great Florida Birding Trail" too. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • K Restaurant Wine Bar

    2401 Edgewater Drive Orlando, FL 32804 United States - Phone: +1 407 872 2332
    K Restaurant is gaining kudos from both patrons and media for its contemporary American cuisine. Today the sharply focused flavors of Executive Chef/Owner Kevin Fonzo's eclectic menu continue to draw local and national acclaim. The artistic energy coming from the K kitchen is skillfully reflected in their cuisine. Each day the menu changes to integrate only the freshest ingredients. Whether it's lunch or dinner, steak or seafood, all of the culinary creations are brilliantly complimented by vibrant colors, varied textures and sensual seasonings. The entire menu – tantalizing appetizers, exquisite main courses, and decadent desserts – offers a wonderful diversity of flavors with influences from all corners of the globe.
  • Del Frisco's Steak House

    729 Lee Road Orlando, FL 32810 United States - Phone: +1 407 645 4443
    Del Frisco's, decorated in wood and leather, has the comfortable feel of a private gentleman's club and the food to match. Prime beef is trucked in from the Midwest and cut to order. An eight-ounce Filet Mignon is a popular choice. For a spicy alternative, try the Santa Fe Peppercorn Steak. A bottle of red wine would go well with these delicacies. The Knife and Fork Club of America has named the flagship Del Frisco's, located in Dallas, "one of the 10 best steakhouses in the country", and the Orlando location is living up to this honor.
  • Daybreak Diner

    3335 Curry Ford Road Orlando, FL 32806 United States - Phone: +1 407 898 8338
    If you're in the mood for an inexpensive home-style breakfast at a typical American diner, Daybreak Diner is the place. Popular dishes include the '1-by-4', a single egg, with bacon, sausage link and a pancake. If you're hungry, consider the '2-by-4', double the food at double the price. Omelets are light and filled with interesting ingredients, pancakes are fluffy and the biscuits and gravy taste good. Breakfast entrees and other selections are served all day.
  • Dexter's of Thornton Park

    558 West New England Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 629 1150
    The menu here changes monthly, but the food is always good. Casually dressed patrons sit at barstools that are pulled up to butcher-block tables atop terrazzo floors. The decor is simple but effective for casual dining. Choices include Caesar's Salad, a roasted duck sandwich, and a Chicken Tortilla Pie, among other intriguing combinations. Pastas and salads come in full or half portions for hearty or picky eaters. Dexter's offers more than 30 wines and champagnes, available by the glass or bottle. A very nice Chardonnay runs about $26 for a bottle.
  • Emeril’s® Restaurant Orlando

    6000 Universal Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 224 2424
    Emeril’s ® Emeril Lagasse is one of the nation's most famous chefs, thanks to his status as a TV personality and his outrageous cooking flair. At Emeril’s® Restaurant Orlando, the menu features Cajun and Creole-inspired specialties, such as oyster bisque, New Orleans barbecue shrimp and a daily changing gumbo special. All these Creole delicacies and more are served in a dining room dominated by the large show kitchen, where you can watch chefs preparing your dinner.
  • Everglades Restaurant

    9840 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 996 2385
    This restaurant's décor features scenes from Florida's famous Everglades National Park. With sculptures of manatees, birds, fish and the rare and endangered Florida panther dominating the dining room, the restaurant's design scheme is accompanied by a variety of menu items just as intriguing. You can try Venison or Blackened Lamb Chops. Blackened Red Snapper is an interesting version of that Florida fish favorite. You'll find a good wine list and attire is professional to casual. Open Monday to Sunday from 5.30p onwards.
  • Boston Lobster Feast

    8731 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 248 8606
    Owner, Jeff Hazell spent his youth helping his father, a professional lobsterman. His restaurant prides itself on serving only lobsters from cold New England waters. Boston Lobster is popular with any lobster lover. The atmosphere is heavy on the wood paneling typical of Boston restaurants with dim lighting at each table. The signature Incredible Seafood Feast is still the most popular attraction; other offerings include various fried platters, such as cod, scallops and shrimp.
  • Tijuana Flats Burrito Company

    7608 University Boulevard Orlando, FL 32792 United States - Phone: +1 407 673 2456
    This inexpensive, casual Tex-Mex restaurant serves a clientele that's looking for a good time, hot sauce and, of course, quality food. This restaurant, which offers a 3,500-entry hot sauce catalog, takes its spice seriously. Chefs concoct their signature sauce, dubbed "Slap My A** And Call Me Sally," with Capsicum, the same ingredient that gives pepper spray its sting. Serving indoors and outside, the restaurant offers a host of Mexican delicacies, including enchiladas and tacos, all at very reasonable prices.
  • Linda's La Cantina

    4721 East Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 894 4491

    Linda's La Cantina Steakhouse is one of Florida's oldest steak houses, and patrons are happiest when they stick with the restaurant's signature dishes. These include a large T-bone Steak, an eight-ounce Filet Mignon and an 18-ounce Top Sirloin. Linda's serves them all with salad, bread and a choice of baked potato, fresh vegetables or other sides. The restaurant also offers a seafood menu. Dress is office casual, and décor is comfortable, roomy, and typical American. The restaurant offers a good wine and champagne list as well.

     

     

     

  • Antonio's La Fiamma Ristorante

    611 South Orlando Avenue Maitland, FL 32751 United States - Phone: +1 407 645 1035
    Locals know Antonio's, which drew rave reviews by Bon Appetit, as the spot for fine Italian dining in central Florida. Indoor decor is a clean Mediterranean. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide lovely views of Lake Lily. Casually dressed in these elegant surroundings, patrons feast on veal, seafood and chicken dishes. Pasta selections include the Scaloppini Genovese, a mix of veal medallions, artichoke, mushrooms, garlic, wine, pine nuts and lemon served over pasta. The restaurant also serves more than 300 wines. Reservations suggested.
  • Chatham's Place

    7575 Dr. Phillips Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 345 2992
    This casual Continental/American restaurant, decorated with a country flair, serves up some of the best food in Central Florida. The menu is not extensive, but Chatham's does a terrific job with the dishes it offers. Specialties include rack of lamb with rosemary and Florida black grouper with pecan butter, but veal dishes also prove popular, as does the grilled breast of duck. The pate maision is a delicious appetizer. All of these delicacies are served by a courteous and efficient staff.
  • Johnny's Fillin' Station Cafe

    2631 South Ferncreek Avenue Orlando, FL 32806 United States - Phone: +1 407 894 6900
    You don't go to the Fillin' Station Sports Bar for the decor, you go for the hamburgers. Named "best burger" by the Orlando Sentinel, the Fillin' Station's specialty is a huge and juicy patty topped, at the customer's request, with cheese and other traditional fixings. The clientele is a mix of families and sports fans. That gas-station theme is enhanced by many televisions on which the big games of the season are shown.
  • Gargi's Lakeside Italian Ristorante

    1414 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32804 United States - Phone: +1 407 894 7907
    If you've ever dined in one of the neighborhood Italian eateries in such cities as New York, Philadelphia and Boston, you'll feel right at home at Gargi's, where a relaxed crowd gathers. You might start with the Stracciatella or a hot eggplant antipasto. For a main course, the Chicken Cacciatore and the Spicy Shrimp Fra Diavolo are popular. Don't pass up dessert; the cannolis are a must. Gargi's is open through the week for both lunch and dinner.
  • Hard Rock Café® Orlando

    6050 Universal Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 351 7625
    This famous chain bistro is a major hot spot in Orlando, and also the world's largest Hard Rock Café®. It's packed at all times and wild on the weekends. Rock 'n' roll lovers can feast on specialties that range from a classic club sandwich to a Cowboy Ribeye. You'll dine in a two-story dining area dominated by a pink Cadillac with more than 1000 pieces of music memorabilia to satisfying the visual senses, including bricks from the Cavern Club, the Beatles' first haunt. After filling up, check out a concert by a top-name national, international or local artist at Hard Rock Live®, a state-of-the-art concert venue adjacent to the Cafe.
  • Korea House Restaurant

    977 West State Road 434 Longwood, FL 32750 United States - Phone: +1 407 767 5918
    In operation since 1982, Korea House Restaurant is considered the best of Orlando's few Korean restaurants. The food is inexpensive. The decor is also unpretentious but comfortable and inviting, consisting of 10 polished wood tables, a few rice-paper lanterns, and a checkerboard floor. Favorites include fried dumplings stuffed with vegetables and meat, Bulgogi (beef marinated in a garlic sauce), and tofu soup with spinach. You won't be disappointed with your meal here.
  • Le Coq Au Vin

    4800 South Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32806 United States - Phone: +1 407 851 6980
    This fine French restaurant is located on a nondescript stretch of Orange Avenue better known for convenience stores than gourmet eateries. Inside, guests enter a world of romantic lighting, starched white tablecloths and excellent cuisine. You might begin with Onion Soup, topped with Gruyere cheese or an appetizer of phyllo dough stuffed with vegetables and cheese, and follow that with a grouper filet or a Black Angus steak.
  • Little Saigon

    1106 East Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 423 8539
    This downtown favorite serves more than 150 authentic Vietnamese dishes. The décor is casual, with dark floors, tables topped with hunter green linens, and white walls graced with colorful paintings. Guests here enjoy inexpensive Vietnamese delicacies including Vietnamese Pancake, stuffed with pork, shrimp, and sprouts, stir-fried shrimp with rice, and pork and minced shrimp served over noodles. Beer and wine are available. Reservations are suggested, particularly on weekends.
  • Maison & Jardin

    430 South Wymore Road Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 United States - Phone: +1 407 862 4410
    This elegant restaurant is perhaps the best known of the city's French/Continental restaurants. Boasting the AAA Four Diamond Award and Wine Spectator's Grand Award, the award-winning food does not come cheaply, but the ambiance and culinary treats are worth it. You'll often find an older, more sophisticated crowd that appreciates the rare-in-Orlando opportunity to dine in elegance, which includes candlelight, crystal chandeliers and classical music. The menu includes Escargot-filled Puff Pastry, Sherried Oyster-Mushroom Bisque, and Texas Ostrich Tenderloin. A 1,200-bottle wine list is available as well as a full bar.
  • Morton's of Chicago

    7600 Dr. Phillips Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 248 3485
    This high-end steak house is making a splash among the Orlando elite. Expensive and plush with dark wood paneling and impeccable service, this newcomer to the steakhouse scene lures the high-roller crowd and is the popular choice for high-level business meetings. In an atmosphere of mahogany paneling and linen tablecloths, patrons feast on 20-ounce New York strip sirloins and 24-ounce porterhouse steaks. Meals end with Godiva chocolate cake and the wine list boasts 175 offerings. Reservations recommended. A full bar is available.
  • Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament

    4510 West Irlo Bronson Highway Kissimmee, FL 34746 United States - Phone: +1 888 935 6878
    It's the 11th century. King Don Alfonso and Queen Inez would like to invite you to attend a tournament royal. If you're fond of medieval legend, you're invited to become part of one at this intriguing dinner theater that brings days of yore to life. Seated in a castle (of modern construction), you'll dine on a medieval banquet that includes roast chicken and spare ribs. Knights and ladies of the realm entertain their sovereign and you as you dine with six knights jousting and competing in hand-to-hand combat and other medieval games of skill. Come a little early and investigate the Medieval Life museum, 12 cottages showing what life was like back in the Middle Ages. Call for details regarding admission.
  • P.F. Chang's

    436 North Orlando Avenue Winter Park, FL 32839 United States - Phone: +1 407 622 0188
    This upscale Chinese eatery offers American twists on Asian favorites. Guests dine in a lovely atmosphere; there are two large dining rooms, an open kitchen and replicas of ancient Chinese sculptures. Popular appetizers include the Crab Wontons, served with spicy plum sauce, and Chang's Spare Ribs. For an entrée, try the Spicy Chicken or the Cantonese Duck. The delicious desserts are all American, and include The Great Wall of Chocolate and New York Style Cheesecake.
  • Rolando's Cuban Restaurant

    870 Semoran Boulevard Casselberry, FL 32707 United States - Phone: +1 407 767 9677
    This small, family-owned eatery is generally considered to serve some of the best Cuban food in Central Florida. The prices will please even the most budget-conscious diners. Start with an appetizer of fried eggplant, stuffed potatoes or a Cuban Tamale. Entrees include Red Snapper Catalana and Cuban Beef Stew. Homemade rice pudding makes for a pleasant end to the meal. With all this wonderful, inexpensive food, you can easily forgive the ho-hum décor, which consists of a few hanging plants and pictures of Cuba.
  • Royal Thai

    1202 North Semoran Boulevard Orlando, FL 32807 United States - Phone: +1 407 275 0776
    Some like it hot, so the saying goes, and if you're one of those that do, this may be the spot for you. Its selection of traditional Thai favorites features a few spicier-than-spicy entrees such as the Lemon Fish. But even guests looking for milder fare will find much to enjoy here. For openers, have the Tom Kha Gai, a coconut milk-based soup with tangy lemon grass flavors, followed by Jumbo prawns. The décor is quite simple, it's better to concentrate your senses on the food.
  • Brisas del Caribe

    5773 Curry Ford Road Orlando, FL 32822 United States - Phone: +1 407 275 2996
    This large, brightly lit Puerto Rican eatery features delicacies flavored with garlic, cilantro and popular island spices. Pechuga al Ajillo, a boneless grilled chicken breast, is served with fried green plantains, a culinary mainstay of Caribbean islands with Spanish heritage. Tripleta de Mariscos features a mélange of seafood, including conch, octopus and shrimp. At dessert, a 'three-milk cake' is the must-have treat. After the kitchen closes on Thursday through Saturday, you can shake that booty to the sounds of live salsa music as the restaurant becomes a nightclub.
  • Planet Hollywood

    1506 East Buena Vista Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 827 7827
    Planet Hollywood is one of those eateries you visit more for the atmosphere than for the food. Founded by screen stars Bruce Willis and Sylvester Stallone, among others, the chain was built for those in love with the silver screen. Movie props are everywhere, and the food is good too. A popular spot in Downtown Disney, the restaurant's menu is comparatively simple, focusing its attention on such basic options as cheeseburgers, sandwiches and fajitas, with some interesting appetizers including a Texas Tostados and such light meals as Mushroom, Onion and Swiss Burger. This restaurant does not accept reservations, and as it's very popular, the wait for a table can be quite long. So make sure you get there early.
  • Alfonso's Pizza

    3231 Edgewater Drive Orlando, FL 32804 United States - Phone: +1 407 872 7324
    Sometimes, no matter how sophisticated your palate, you just need a pizza fix. When you're in that frame of mind, head over to this pizza spot. Chefs here make pizza crust fresh daily and the results are a taste treat. Favorites include a personal Sicilian Cheese Pizza, and a house specialty pie, with your choice of five toppings. Apart from the pizzas, you can also opt for the tasty paninis, pastas and sandwiches. This friendly place draws an eclectic crowd, everyone from college kids to professionals looking for a good meal. However make sure you get there early as the restaurant does not accept reservations and the wait can be longer.
  • Anthony's Pizza Cafe

    100 North Summerlin Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 648 0009
    This inexpensive, casual downtown restaurant offers indoor and outdoor seating amid the bustling surroundings. Carved from a former auto body shop, Anthony's Pizza Cafe is a haven for downtown denizens looking in search of a quick Italian fix. Cheese garlic bread is a popular option with the restaurant's pasta options but those looking for lighter fare might opt for submarine sandwiches and pizzas.
  • Baja Burrito Kitchen

    2716 East Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 895 6112
    Baja Burrito Kitchen is a casual restaurant, festooned with murals depicting beach scenes and serves good Mexican food with a California flair. The Baja burrito, stuffed with grilled steak, black beans, cheese and sour cream, is a popular choice, as is the Fish Taco. The combo platter offers grilled chicken, black beans, seasoned rice and tortillas. Fans of spicy food will appreciate the salsa bar, which offers six tongue-numbing concoctions.
  • Bar-B-Q-Bar

    64 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 648 5441
    Some restaurants just look like fun, and this is one of them. Management serves up slow-cooked beef in a dining area festooned with tiny white Christmas lights. Part of a beat-up camper is mounted over the bar itself and scenes depicting the life of Elvis Presley have been carved into the bathroom walls. While you're enjoying the kitsch, dine on a Pork Platter, a jambalaya special and add a side order of collard greens.
  • Cafe Trastevere

    825 North Magnolia Avenue Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 839 0235
    You'll find large, eclectic crowds at this cleanly designed, modern cafe housed in a Mediterranean-style building in downtown Orlando. You might start with the Chopped Eggplant and Garlic and proceed to such entrees as Filet Mignon topped with a cabernet sauce and porcini mushrooms and Angel Hair pasta served with fresh shrimp and pesto sauce.
  • Celebrity Delly

    2030 West Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32804 United States - Phone: +1 407 841 8600
    In the mood for a Tinsel Town fix? Consider a trip here. Celebrity Delly located in a Best Western Orlando West hotel, is known both for the pictures of celebrities lining its walls and for its huge sandwiches. The "Mighty Milty" pastrami sandwich proves popular, as does the roast-beef-and turkey "Brando" sandwich. Complement your meal with a side of steak fries or a hefty slice of New York cheesecake. It also offers a full breakfast menu.
  • Chan's Chinese Cuisine

    1901 East Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 896 0093
    Guests at this Chinese eatery dine to the sounds of soft music piped into a relaxing atmosphere. Decor is simple oriental. For dinner, leisurely feast on appetizers such as Pork-Stuffed Dumplings and Won Ton Soup. For an entrée, try favorites such as the Cashew-Nut Chicken or Braised Duck. Lunch is served dim sum-style, with waiters pushing carts of dumplings, spring rolls and other goodies to your table while you choose your meals item-by-item.
  • Garden Cafe

    810 West Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32804 United States - Phone: +1 407 999 9799
    It's good to focus on vegetables once in a while and when that's the focus, this may be the restaurant. Platters of meatless meat dishes are served here, substituting potatoes, tofu and other earthy goodies for animal flesh. The space is bright and clean, boasting hardwood chairs, starched white linens and white curtains. Try the Sweet-and-sour 'chicken', or the Fried 'shrimp' which is actually potatoes. If you like your vegetables to taste like vegetables, sample the veggie-stuffed pasta dumplings or the Portobello mushroom sandwich.
  • Gino's Pizza and Brew

    120 South Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 999 7827
    There's a reason why the masses crowd into Gino's Pizza and Brew, the pizza here is delectable, reasonably priced and filling. Try veggie pizza, meat-stuffed pizza or white pizza. If you're in the mood for other Italian favorites, the restaurant also serves calzone, strombolis and pasta, and baked ziti. All this is served in a classic pizzeria atmosphere, with lots of neon, formica and red-and-white-checked tablecloths.
  • Cindy's Tropical Cafe

    601 Virginia Drive Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 898 6878
    Cuban sandwiches are one of the treats brought to Florida from Cuban immigrants. The traditional version, served at Cindy's Tropical Cafe on Cuban bread, is similar to French bread and unites roast pork, ham, pickles and cheese. Patrons here feast on Cubans with a Twist. These sandwiches come packed with traditional ingredients plus peppers, tomatoes and onions. In addition to sandwiches, try Chicken Fricasee.
  • Hot Dog Heaven

    5355 East Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32807 United States - Phone: +1 407 282 5746
    An old-fashioned indoor-outdoor eatery with a neon frankfurter-shaped sign, this spot serves many kinds of hot dogs, in both regular and jumbo sizes. In operation for 10 years, it is a huge hit with the local lunch crowd. Favorites include the jumbo Chili Cheese Dog and the jumbo Reuben, a hot dog slathered in Thousand Island dressing. All hot dogs are served with French fries.
  • Metro Espresso Pizza Cafe

    417 East Central Boulevard Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 422 5282
    There's just a tiny dining room here at Metro Espresso Pizza Cafe so if the crowd is lined up, you can order something to take out. A downtown favorite with the take-out lunch crowd, this restaurant offers individual pizza slices, meatball sandwiches or calzones. The crowds gather quickly here at lunchtime, so if you're in the mood for a take-out, it's best to call in your order ahead of time.
  • Paradise Island Cafe

    377 West Church Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 841 8933
    At Paradise Island Cafe you can relax, even if you're only on a lunchtime break during a busy workday. This pleasant little restaurant is snappily decorated to resemble an island market. The Jamaican fare is quite tasty, focusing on such island flavors as Jerk Chicken or Braised Oxtails. Shrimp Scampi, Brown Stew Chicken and Traditional Jerk chicken are among the rest of the tasty preparations.
  • Shakers American Cafe

    1308 Edgewater Drive Orlando, FL 32804 United States - Phone: +1 407 422 3534
    Salt-and-pepper-shakers are the theme at this simple restaurant that scatters those collectibles around the room. Devoted to plain and simple American food (if one defines that as a rib-sticking breakfast and luncheon sandwiches) Shakers has just fifty seats and keeps the fun going among its fifty diners with a staff that's always ready for a good laugh. Hearty, inexpensive food is the focus here, and it's breakfast that the restaurant does best. A full meal, whether it is quiche, blintzes, an omelet, or banana pancakes, will keep you going for hours and are served with plenty of coffee. The prices stay reasonable. For something really American, tuck into an order of fluffy biscuits topped with thick, creamy gravy.
  • Shin Jung

    1638 East Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 895 7345
    There's nothing fancy about the atmosphere at Shin Jung but the restaurant is clean and features simple decor that doesn't distract from the basic business of dining. Entrees include such items as Hawe Nang Myun – a dish of cold noodles and hot spices and Al By Tang - a beef-rib soup. A selection of barbecued items, in Korean style, of course, includes cow tongue and tripe.
  • Stardust Video & Coffee

    1842 East Winter Park Road Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 623 3393
    Independent films and good coffee are a favorite of patrons at this coffee-movie house and minimalist café, which serves favorite blends named after popular independent films. An example: Henry's Fool, boasting seven (count 'em, seven) shots of espresso. Various coffee and tea blends are available, as is an array of tasty pastries. As for the movies, this video café has more than 7,000 independent and art films for rent and sale. Stardust also serves a food menu that includes cafe staples, like soups, salads, and sandwiches. 
  • Viet Garden

    12371239 East Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 896 4154
    This restaurant caters to lovers of Thai and Vietnamese fare, as well as diners who appreciate a cosmopolitan ambiance. The dining room boasts polished tile floors and lacquered hardwood seating. Openers here include the Ground Chicken, spiced with ginger and topped with peanuts. Among the entrée favorites are the Viet Combo, a selection of shrimp paste on toast, spring rolls, fried wontons, and beef slices. Surf-and-turf lovers have an option, too: Flower Connection Combo, which includes shrimp, scallops, pork and vegetables served in a bowl made of fried wonton skins.
  • Wall Street Cantina

    19 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 402 1515
    Guests of this restaurant enjoy tasty, reasonably priced tex-mex fare and a choice of indoor or outdoor seating. Be forewarned: the restaurant fills up quickly on weekend evenings. Start with cream cheese-filled jalapenos, then progress to entrees such as Chicken Quesadillas or Chimichangas with either chicken or beef. If you're not in the mood for Mexican delicacies, have no fear. The restaurant also serves pasta and hamburgers. Complement your meal with a drink from the full bar.
  • White Wolf Café

    1829 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32804 United States - Phone: +1 407 895 9911
    White Wolf Café has remained a favorite for two reasons: fun décor and good food. Stained-glass windows, Tiffany-style hanging lamps and decorative crockery set the stage, and on weekend nights, patrons pop in for coffee, dessert or a drink. Live music, usually acoustic, is offered on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. The menu offers a wide selection, from vegetarian and other low-calorie offerings to a calories-be-darned Three-Cheese Lasagna. Chicken Brioche and Thin-Crust White Pizza are popular options.
  • Bahama Breeze

    8849 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 248 2499
    For a taste of the Island's most flavored cuisine, try Bahama Breeze. One of the nation's leading Caribbean-inspired restaurants, Bahama Breeze has tropical atmosphere, high ceilings, rich woods and palm tree decor. Its a relaxing Island getaway with innovative foods and exotic drinks freshly baked and made to order. You can expect bold and spicy flavors with each meal presented in a way that is as eye-catching as it is appetizing. Whether it's Oak-grilled Sirloin Palomilla or the Chicken Santiago or any one of countless other entrees and desserts—you will always be satisfied at Bahama Breeze. With more than 50 brands of beer by the bottle, island-style drinks with plenty of fresh squeezed juice, you will be sure to quench your thirst. The Bahamarita, Bahama's signature frozen margarita, is a must. Whenever you are in the mood for good food that is reasonably priced with quality service, Bahama Breeze is just the ticket for singles, couples, families or even a business lunch.
  • Café Tu Tu Tango

    8625 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 248 2222
    Artists at work are the lure of this restaurant/studio that relies on some of the region's most creative folks to provide the dining atmosphere. In this environment, tapas and other finger foods are the cuisine of choice, including such selections as Baked Artichoke and Crabmeat Dip, Mango Duck Quesadilla, and Dijon Chicken Skewers. There is also a substantial wine list, along with a full bar. This warmly-colored lounge is intimate and laid-back, and the servers are real pros. Every wall is covered in artwork made by local artists, some of it made right in the cafe itself! Each piece of art on the walls is for sale, so at Cafe Tu Tu Tango, you can have your cake and buy a painting of it, too!
  • Capriccio Grill

    9801 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 352 4000
    Orlando's elegant Peabody Orlando is an oasis in the International Drive area, and this restaurant lives up to the hotel's reputation. Marble floors and a show kitchen dominate the atmosphere. Thanks to the hotel's location near the city's convention center, the clientèle largely comprises of business travelers. The fare is upscale Italian, and within that cuisine, there's a flavor for every taste. A smattering of mushrooms updates the Polenta, an Italian country favorite. Entrées include Angel Hair Pasta with Scallops. Pumpkin cheesecake is among the dessert offerings and the restaurant offers a full bar.
  • Cariera's Cucina Italiana

    7600 Dr. Phillips Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 351 1187
    This eatery serves contemporary Italian selections in a modern atmosphere accented by hardwood seating, beige and white tablecloths and royal blue napery. Located in Orlando's touristy but fun Marketplace, a dining and shopping complex, the restaurant features such options as Seafood Ravioli and Sorrento Chicken, served in a wine sauce with tomatoes and scallions. Starters include Fried Calamari, and the restaurant also has a full bar.
  • 3-6-9 Chinese Restaurant

    1425 Tuskawilla Road Winter Springs, FL 32708 United States - Phone: +1 407 695 3699
    Housed in a Winter Springs strip mall, this restaurant, nevertheless, provides patrons with a sophisticated dining experience. Comfortable booths, low lighting, and an attentive staff add to dining pleasures—that include such appetizer favorites as Baby Back Ribs, Beef Satay and Egg Rolls. Sesame Chicken and Peking Duck are prepared table side and beverages like beer, wine and tea are also served.
  • Giovanni's Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria

    4250 South Alafaya Trail Oviedo, FL 32828 United States - Phone: +1 407 359 5900
    Although this restaurant is located in a nondescript shopping area, it may remind visitors of upscale pizza houses in Boston or New York. Tile floors, comfortable booth seating and a display case all help to set the mood. This spot offers a broad pasta selection. The spaghetti family, linguini, angel hair, etc, can be topped with any of six sauces. The menu also boasts Lasagna, Manicotti and other baked favorites. Most pasta dishes cost very reasonable. The pizzas are also popular, as are calzones.
  • 310 Park South

    310 South Park Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 647 7277
    This restaurant may be located on Winter Park's upscale Park Avenue, but it's popular with diners of all budgets. They flock here for interesting fare with moderate price tags. Lunch selections include a Blackened Grouper Sandwich, and that all-American standby, the hamburger. For dinner, you might begin with Fried Calamari, then progress to such entrées as Chicken Tarragon or Pork Chops with Brandy Sauce. A full bar service is available too.
  • Cafe D'Antonio

    691 Front Street Celebration, FL 34747 United States - Phone: +1 407 566 2233
    Located across from a lake wholly created by Walt Disney World as a social experiment, this restaurant features yellow walls, white tablecloths, metal lamps and both indoor and outdoor dining. An antipasto for two boasts shrimp and calamari. Pasta options include fish and shellfish served over linguini. Veal Chops are featured, as they rarely are in Italian restaurants. Other options include Spaghetti with Pesto Sauce and a personal white pizza. There's a full bar and a small dessert menu with traditional favorites including cheesecake.
  • Cafe De France

    526 South Park Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 647 1869
    Located on stylish Park Avenue, Cafe De France's decor includes a large bar and rich, red walls. You'll find casually dressed patrons dining on fine French fare that includes Rabbit Stew, Rack of Venison and Rack of Lamb. French bread and a house salad are served with meals. There's a full bar and a very tempting dessert menu. Service is attentive and helpful. A visit to this restaurant is well worth it.
  • Cafe Madrid

    4502 Curry Ford Road Orlando, FL 32812 United States - Phone: +1 407 281 9491
    This small, simply decorated restaurant called Cafe Madrid offers you an opportunity to sample Cuban and Spanish cuisine. Among the options are shrimp in garlic sauce as an appetizer, followed by such entrées as include Palomilla Steak and Chicken and Rice. Entrees are served with fried plantains and salads. You can also order a take-out meal at this restaurant, which also offers beer and wine.
  • Tavern on the Lake

    6996 Piazza Grande Avenue Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 293 6233
    Launched by legendary Miami Dolphin football quarterback Dan Marino, this restaurant is an upscale, gentlemanly version of a sports eatery. Naturally, after investing a lifetime in football games, Marino would not have a sports-free restaurant, so you'll find televisions airing all the games. You'll also find lots of polished hardwood and a sports-and-family crowd that knows how to behave itself. Appetizers come in large portions and include a Crispy Calamari and Roasted Salmon. Meats top the list of favorite entrees and range from Grilled Skirt Steak to the restaurant's special meatloaf. A menu is available for children. There's also a full bar here.
  • Enzo's Restaurant On The Lake

    1130 South US Highway 17-92 Longwood, FL 32750 United States - Phone: +1 407 834 9872
    In operation for about twenty years now, Enzo's Restaurant On The Lake occupies an old house, converted into this attractive spot overlooking the pretty Lake Fairy. Here you can dine on fine Italian food served in a homely atmosphere accented by hardwood floors and terra cotta tile. On the menu, you'll find such opportunities like Antipasto as an appetizer and entrées that include Rack of Lamb, Veal Scaloppini, and pasta stuffed with shrimp and lobster. A full bar's available here, too.
  • Goblin Market

    331 North Donnelly Street Mount Dora, FL 32757 United States - Phone: +1 352 735 0059
    A romantic atmosphere prevails at Goblin Market, where walls are painted in muted colors and adorned with art prints and well-stocked bookcases. Beyond the attractive decor comes a menu featuring such appetizers as Artichoke Hearts or Scallop Bisque. Entrée favorites include Pork Loin with Artichoke Stuffing and Chicken Topped with Wild Mushrooms. An interesting Burton cake finishes a dinner that can include wine or beer. Outdoor seating is also available.
  • Hanamizuki Japanese Restaurant

    8255 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 363 7200
    Graced by a fountain at its entrance, this small, casual eatery offers an intriguing variety of Japanese dishes that range from standard Japanese culinary items to more exotic selections. If you want to walk off your dinner, visit the popular Mercado shopping and entertainment complex next door. For starters, try the Tuna and Scallions, then progress to entrees such as Whole Fluke and Beef in Soy Sauce. Guests can also order from a sushi bar. Beer and wine are available.
  • PR'S Taco Palace

    499 West Fairbanks Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 645 2225
    Tex-Mex fare has become a staple of American dining-out, enabling such restaurants as this one to prosper, thanks to simple, good cooking at reasonable prices. Casually dressed patrons at this eatery savor such south-of-the-border appetizers as Quesadillas Stuffed with Sausage and Topped with Guacamole. Main courses include such options as a Chicken Tortilla with Cheese Sauce. As with most Mexican restaurants, a complimentary basket of chips and salsa starves off starvation while dinner is prepared, and margaritas are among the drinks available from a full bar that also serves beer and wine.
  • San Angel Inn

    7507 Kingspointe Parkway Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 264 5700
    Located in Disney's Epcot center, this restaurant was constructed by the Mexican government to give tourists a taste of Mexico. San Angel mimics a Mexican village by night with 'stars' twinkling overhead and the faint roar of a jaguar in the background. Dark and romantic with flower-bedecked balconies adding a cozy touch, the restaurant features an indoor 'river' winding its way through this scenic village. The restaurant features traditional Mexican favorites including Chicken Tacos, Poached Red Snapper and Grilled Tenderloin with Peppers. Flan is the traditional dessert, and the restaurant also features a full bar.
  • Shula's Steak House

    1500 Epcot Resorts Boulevard Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 934 1362
    If you're in the mood for fine steak or New England lobster, and you either have a few bucks to spend or are dining on an expense account, consider a visit to this restaurant. Named for former Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula, the place boasts a slightly pigskin atmosphere (the menu, for example, in inscribed on a football). But the food is the real draw here. Start with the lobster cocktail, and progress to such entrée favorites as the Porterhouse Steak, Prime Rib or Lamb Chops. Polish off your meal with the chocolate soufflé, and a drink from the full bar. It is one of the best steak houses in Orlando and conveniently located inside Walt Disney World Dolphin.
  • Siam Garden

    111 West Webster Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 599 7443
    At this pleasant Thai restaurant, casually dressed patrons dine in three rooms, each with spacious booth seating. Starters include shrimp soup or coconut milk and chicken soup, or a Combo Platter that offers tastes of spring rolls, squid and other Thai appetizers. Entrée favorites include the ever-popular Pad Thai, here served with shrimp, noodles and peanut sauce, and Whole Snapper with Ginger. Beer and wine are available.
  • Vito's Chop House

    8633 International Drive Orlando, FL 32837 United States - Phone: +1 407 354 2467
    If you're looking for fine cuts of meat served in a classic steak house atmosphere, this meat-and-potatoes dining spot on bustling International Drive is a choice that's proven popular with many diners. Appetizers include such options as calamari or mussels, with entrees featuring a wide variety of meat cuts including Prime Rib and Lamb Chops. Key lime pie is among the dessert offerings, and the restaurant has a full bar. A special feature here: a very large wine list, offering hundreds of bottles. 
  • The Catfish Place

    311 South Forest Avenue Apopka, FL 32703 United States - Phone: +1 407 889 7980
    Occupying a building that was once a train station, this dining spot features some handsome wood paneling from days long gone. In that old-time atmosphere, you can try some other unusual options, including an appetizer of frog legs, fried Florida lobster or alligator tail. Main courses include that crispy, fried catfish, plus shrimp and scallops in various preparations. A children's menu is available, and for the budget-conscious there's an Early Bird Special, served nightly.
  • Fiddler's Green Irish Pub and Eatery

    544 West Fairbanks Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 645 2050
    If there's one thing you can say about Ireland, it's that you can always find a good time there. That's part of what makes this pub a popular local spot, offering a cheerful crowd and a pleasant atmosphere adorned with lots of bric-a-brac from the Emerald Isle. There's also a restaurant in a room adjoining the bar, and, of course, it features Irish culinary treats. A hearty Irish lager from the tap goes well with the equally hearty cuisine you'll find here: Potato Pancakes, Corned Beef and Cabbage and Irish Stew. On weekend nights, all these touches of the Auld Sod are abetted by musicians who make merry with some toe-tappin' Irish music.
  • Bob Marley—A Tribute to Freedom℠

    6000 Universal Boulevard, Suite 730 Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 224 3663
    Bob Marley, the revered father of Jamaican reggae music, provided the inspiration for this dining spot that's become a popular part of the Universal Orlando® Resort. By night, this place is jamming with Marley's and fellow reggae artists' music, keeping the steel drum beat going strong for dancing. For food, there's a variety of appetizing offerings, such as the Stir It Up Fondue, oxtail stew or the Jamaican favorite ackee and saltfish.
  • Coral Reef: Living Seas Pavilion

    1375 N Buena Vista Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 3463
    In this Walt Disney World Epcot attraction, you dine surrounded by multitudes of fish swimming happily about in a huge aquarium sporting five million gallons of water. On the menu are a host of seafood favorites that might include such options as Jumbo Scallops, Tuna or Seafood Enchiladas. There's a full bar here too, but it's the atmosphere that's riveting. It is wise to remember, however, that you must pay to enter Epcot to dine here, so this is a place to consider primarily during park visits.
  • ESPN Club

    2101 Epcot Resort Boulevard Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 1177
    Whether you're a quarterback, a snow bunny, an armchair referee or a couch potato, this sports bar and restaurant keeps you close to the action, whatever it is. On the walls is artwork depicting sports, sports, sports, and on the premises is an arcade with a sports theme, not even to mention a bevy of televisions tuned to whatever game's on today. If there's such a thing as "typical" sports-bar fare, you'll find it here from hamburgers to hotdogs, sandwiches and salads.
  • Flying Fish Cafe

    2101 North Epcot Resort Boulevard Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 3463
    Flying Fish Cafe, located on the lake that provides the watery scenery for Walt Disney World's Boardwalk, keeps to its theme with décor punctuated by flying fish. On the menu is an interesting variety of seafood, including such options as Crab Cakes for appetizers and entree favorites that include red snapper and Florida's tilefish, a light, white fish. Apple crepes a la mode is among the options for dessert, and there's a full bar. You do not need to enter the theme parks to dine here.
  • Houston's

    215 South Orlando Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 740 4005
    Waterside dining is rare in Orlando, despite the region's many lakes. Here, however, you can dine on the solid cooking for which this restaurant is famed, at tables that overlook pretty Lake Killarney. Houston's offers a substantial menu that focuses on generous and unusual salads, and a variety of beef, pork, chicken and seafood options that include ribs, a popular favorite, and salmon. There's a full bar here, and the restaurant is known for its substantial portions.
  • Jack's Place

    9700 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 996 1787
    Featuring a rather masculine atmosphere, created by muted lighting and lots of hardwood, this restaurant offers fine food and attentive service. Located in the Rosen Plaza Hotel near the city's convention center, the dining room is handsomely appointed to appeal to the many business travelers, who settle in here. Tried-and-true favorites are featured: escargot, filet mignon, tuna, followed by fried ice cream, an interesting dessert option. There's a full bar, as one would expect in this setting. Open daily 5.30p onwards.
  • Rainforest Cafe

    1800 East Buena Vista Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 827 8500
    All the wonders of a rainforest, including some misty rain, come to life at this big theme restaurant, the Rainforest Cafe. 600 diners feast among models of volcanoes, big aquarium tanks filled with sea life and faux elephants, rhinos, and parrots in attendance. On the menu are options such as pasta topped with chicken and stir-fried vegetables, and for dessert, a chocolate-banana cheesecake good enough to tempt even one of those plaster monkeys. A full bar delivers potables.
  • Citricos

    4401 Grand Floridian Way Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 3463
    While this Citricos is pricey, it is also among the top spots in town for fine dining. Located on the second floor of Walt Disney World four-star Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, it offers a classy atmosphere sparked by ceramic tiles, plenty of wood accents and a show kitchen. Appetizers include such options as a veal ravioli or chicken in flaky filo pastry. Entrees include such favorites as roast lamb and pork tenderloin. There's a full bar here, too.
  • Jimmy Buffett’s® Margaritaville®

    6000 Universal Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 224 2155
    It's a long way to Key West, but you can make the trip without ever leaving Central Florida with a stop at this restaurant that evokes the spirit of the Keys, where singer Jimmy Buffet got his start. Themed to resemble a snazzy version of favored Key West haunts, the restaurant offers such Keys and Caribbean favorites as coconut shrimp, jambalaya and that all-time favorite key lime pie. There's a full bar here and, truth be known, that's the destination of most of those who stop in here.
  • Memories of India

    7625 Turkey Lake Road Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 370 3277
    With low lighting and an efficient staff, this restaurant offers a classy dining experience centered on authentic Indian fare. Diners feast on favorites such as saffron shrimp and garlic lamb. For starters, try the appetizer combo, which offers samples of delicacies such as chicken tikka and vegetable fritters. A good selection of beer and wine is also available.
  • Passage to India

    5532 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 351 3456
    In operation for more than 10 years, Passage to India draws a mixed crowd of tourists and locals, who appreciate fine Indian fare. Seated in a rather formal dining area, decorated with authentic Indian art and decor items, guests feast on such favorites as curry chicken and ginger lamb. Vegetarians can gorge on more than 10 meatless entrees. Chilled lassi and their delicious desserts like 'Ras Malai' is the perfect way to end this lavish meal.
  • Yellow Dog Eats

    1236 Hempel Avenue Windermere, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 296 0609
    Housed in a century-old structure that's also served as a private home, this atmospheric eatery features charming décor that calls to mind the general store it once was. Unlike those general stores, however, this one offers more than penny candy. Sandwiches are this eatery's hallmark, from roast beef with tomato to turkey and bacon clubs to curried chicken. A lunchtime crowd packs this place, and the restaurant does not accept reservations, so be forewarned.
  • Big River Grille and Brewing Works

    2101 North Epcot Resort Boulevard Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 560 0253
    Located on Walt Disney World's Boardwalk, this micro-brewery and restaurant simulates a beer factory and offers a number of intriguing beers, with its specialties changing frequently. For dining, try a rib-eye steak or pork chops, perhaps, but the real emphasis here is on the restaurant's home-brewed beers. A sampler of five beers offers you an opportunity to sample the offerings and choose your special favorite. On weekends, this popular eatery fills quickly on weekend nights and does not accept reservations, so be prepared for a wait. You do not need to pay to enter the park to visit this restaurant.
  • Columbia

    649 Front Street Celebration, FL 34747 United States - Phone: +1 407 566 1505
    The flagship of this Florida group of restaurants, all bearing the same name, has recreated its original Mediterranean architecture and ethnic atmosphere. It offers an impressive array of culinary options including Chilled Gazpacho or Black Bean Soup. Paella, a combination of yellow rice baked with seafood, chicken and Spanish sausage, is featured in several styles. A variety of seafood and other are also available and there's a full bar here at a restaurant known for its Blue Daiquiri.
  • Boston's Fish House

    6860 Aloma Avenue Winter Park, FL 32792 United States - Phone: +1 407 678 2107

    Winter Park locals know Boston's Fish House is the number one place in town to get a taste of the Northeast. Serving specialties like fried clams, chowder, lobster bisque and more, it's a seafood lovers and New Englander transplants delight. Not to mention this casual eatery has some of the lowest prices! While you may order at the counter, and dine off of paper plates, this establishment is the best at what it does.

  • Fuji Sushi

    1449 Lee Road Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 645 1299
    Winter Park residents in search of Japanese fare and seafood flock to this restaurant in droves. Sushi selections include crab-and-asparagus rolls and eel-and-cucumber rolls, among many others. If you're not in the mood for sushi, you'll find a plethora of other Japanese delicacies here, including fish broth, seaweed salad and fried squid. Beer and wine are available.
  • Hoops Tavern

    47 West Amelia Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 843 5618
    Located just a mile south of the Orlando Arena, which is home to the city's popular Orlando Heat basketball team, this bar and eatery draws crowds of sports fans. Part of its appeal lies in its bargain 24-ounce domestic drafts, part in its sporty atmosphere which offers you an opportunity for a game of darts; and the bar even hosts its own league. On the menu here are the traditional simple choices: club sandwiches, hoagies, hot dogs and chili concoctions. The bar charges no cover.
  • Victoria & Albert's

    4401 Grand Floridian Way Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 3463
    Located inside Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, this restaurant, named for England's most famous pair of 19th-century royal lovers, offers an elegant dining experience, complete with starched linen, fine china and handsome furnishings. As an added luxury, a pair of servers caters to each table. Seafood and steaks star here, but the menu is an ever changing seven course adventure in gourmet luxury. Taxes, gratuities and alcoholic beverages are all extra.
  • Hemingway's

    1 Grand Cypress Boulevard Orlando, FL 32836 United States - Phone: +1 407 239 1234
    Named after Key West's most famous citizen, this restaurant in the Hyatt Regency Hotel Courtyard does much to evoke the atmosphere of that island. Here you dine inside or al fresco in a garden. Inside, a handsome dining room extends the Hemingway/Keys atmosphere. On the menu is an array of pastas, salads, hamburgers, steaks and seafood, winding up with that favorite dessert of the Keys, the key lime pie. There's a full bar here, too; it would not dare be otherwise in a spot dedicated to the memory of the adventurous author.
  • Pirate's Dinner Adventure

    6400 Carrier Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 248 0590
    For a swashbuckling family night out, swash on over to Pirate's Dinner Adventure where children and adults alike enter the world of buccaneers sailing on high seas. On a movie-set pirate ship, talented actors, dancers and acrobats strut their stuff in a tale of life on the high seas in daring days of old. As you watch, you dine on limitless pot roast, chicken, cake and other goodies. Soft drinks are available for children, while beer and wine is on tap for adults. After the show, you get a chance to mingle with the cast, an eye-widening event for the kids and for plenty of adults as well! Call to know the open hours.
  • Ran Getsu of Tokyo

    8400 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 345 0044
    A mainstay of International Drive dining, Ran Getsu of Tokyo has been around for years, appealing to diners with its traditional favorites and sushi bar. Patrons here feast on moderately priced Japanese favorites, including sukiyaki, seafood tempura, citrus salmon, and shiitake mushrooms, as well as a broad selection of sushi selections. You'll find a simple contemporary atmosphere here and hardwood seating, with the restaurant dominated by the sushi bar. The restaurant also hosts a variety of special events, including an outdoor festival with traditional Japanese folk dancers. Call to know the open hours.
  • Palm Tree Grille

    351 North Donnelly Street Mount Dora, FL 32757 United States - Phone: +1 352 735 1936
    Mount Dora's famous for its New England village atmosphere and its many antique shops. Palm Tree Grille is in a building that goes back back to 1914. With a bright, airy ambiance highlighted by wall murals, the Italian fare includes shrimp scampi, veal carbonara, and baked lasagna. If you're budget conscious, go early to take advantage of the restaurant's sundown specials served between 4p to 6:30p Sunday through Friday. Wine and beer are available.
  • Schakolad Chocolate Factory

    480 North Orlando Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 677 4114
    Schakolad Chocolate Factory is located right in Winter Park. Here, you'll find everything from half pound chocolate assortments to one pound offerings of assorted truffles, white chocolate golf balls and chocolate 'gators. Part of the company's claim to fame is its willingness to mold chocolate into any shape or logo you desire, making this a popular gift shopping choice for birthdays.
  • Park Plaza Gardens

    319 Park Avenue South Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 645 2475
    Park Plaza Gardens features a brick-and-glass-lined interior courtyard, so tranquilly beautiful that you could easily while away an afternoon there and not regret a minute of it. There's also an outdoor café and an intimate bar that's a favorite after-work gathering spot for the region's up-and-coming and already-there execs. As for the dining it's subtle and sublime. Grilled vegetables, beef tenderloin and salmon are all skillfully and temptingly prepared.
  • Beaches & Cream Soda Shop

    1800 Epcot Resorts Boulevard Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 3463
    Located by the pool at Disney's popular Beach Club Resort, this quaintly decorated eatery is just the thing for a midday snack. If you find yourself nearby at Disney's Boardwalk or staying at one of the Disney resorts, it's definitely worth a stop. The menu features burgers, hot dogs and chili. The dessert menu boasts of everything you ought to indulge in when on vacation, from a Milky Way sundae to a fudge mudslide. And when you have finished eating, note that a comfortable poolside lounge chair is just a few steps away.
  • Benihana

    1751 Hotel Plaza Boulevard Orlando, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 827 4865
    Located just inside the lobby of the Hilton resort at Lake Buena Vista, this restaurant mixes authentic Japanese cuisine with the always-entertaining teppanyaki table dining experience. From frozen drinks to the freshest sushi, your dining experience takes place in a casual atmosphere. The chefs, while whipping knives and forks, clanging peppershakers and shoving sizzling butter around like professional jugglers, prepare a lavish four-course meal peppered with a lively sense of humor. Come early, as this exciting eatery is popular with both locals and tourists.
  • Sushi House of Orlando

    1311 Florida Mall Avenue Orlando, FL 32809 United States - Phone: +1 407 812 9767
    Located just across from the busy Florida Mall, this restaurant is neat, friendly, authentic and bright. Sushi House of Orlando has all the sushi and sashimi favorites, available a la carte or in dinner combinations. For those who still squirm at the thought of raw fish, there is also a list of other Japanese dishes, including teriyaki, tempura and udon noodles. To get the most out of your sushi feast, find yourself a table or a stool at the sushi bar where you can watch the talented sushi chefs at work. They also offer lunchtime delivery. Call to know the open hours.
  • Ciao Italia

    6149 Westwood Boulevard Orlando, FL 32821 United States - Phone: +1 407 354 0770
    This tiny storefront restaurant is tucked away from the theme parks, just around the corner from International Drive. Quaintly decorated with authentic antiques from the Old World, with some of the most helpful servers in Orlando, this casual dining restaurant offers guests outstanding Italian cuisine. The menu at Ciao Italia includes a lengthy antipasti (appetizer) menu and timeless classics like involtini di vitello (rolled scaloppini stuffed with prosciutto and fontina cheese) and veal marsala. And even if you skip dessert, treat yourself to a cup of excellent coffee.
  • 'Ohana

    1600 Seven Seas Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 824 2000
    "Ohana" is Hawaiian for "family" and this restaurant certainly lives up to that name. In fact, the staff insists on calling everyone "cuz." Highlights of the meal, besides the sumptuous selections barbecued in the middle of the restaurant and served on skewers, are the lively coconut races and hula dances inside and the nightly fireworks outside. Insider's tip: be sure not to ask for any salt or pepper, unless you enjoy parading around the restaurant with a pineapple on your head! Located inside Disney's Polynesian Resort, the full bar specializes in frothy frozen drinks served in frosted tiki heads.
  • Chef Mickey's

    4600 North World Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 3463
    A trip to Orlando ought to include at least one meal with that famous mouse. If you can make only one character meal at Walt Disney World, make it at Chef Mickey's, located at Disney's Contemporary Resort. Not only do the kiddies get a daily audience with the "Main Mouse," but the food's great too! A mini-buffet features the usual fare of macaroni and cheese, pizzas, hot dogs, chicken and burgers with a famous ice cream sundae bar for dessert! There is also a character breakfast each morning.
  • Dux Restaurant

    9801 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 352 4000
    Located in the lobby of Peabody Orlando (The), Dux yes, that is how it's spelled),is the only Mobil Four-Star rated restaurant in Orlando. Featuring a series of paintings by Kendahl Jan Jubb depicting the property's mallard duck mascots, Dux serves a winning combination of American and French haute cuisines with global accents. While the upscale Peabody hotel is located on bustling International Drive and just minutes from the attractions, don't expect your Minnie ears and Goofy vest to fly at Dux Restaurant. Casual elegance is the understated theme, so when you're in the mood for something extra special, slip into your good shoes and waddle on over to Dux.
  • Finn's Grill

    1751 Hotel Plaza Boulevard Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 827 4000
    Located in the spacious Hilton resort just across the Walt Disney World's Downtown Disney shopping-entertainment center, Finn's Grill is everything you wouldn't expect from a hotel lobby restaurant. From it's cozy Key West atmosphere to its lively reggae music, you'll be swept away by its cool, coastal charm and "Finn-Omenal" fresh Florida seafood. There's a seafood raw bar on Saturdays and live entertainment during the week. So for fun the Florida way, stop by Finn's Grill and relax your way through an entertaining Orlando evening.
  • Fish Bones

    6707 West Sand Lake Road Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 352 0135
    Tucked around the corner from bustling International Drive and just down the street from Universal is an unimposing restaurant with a metallic fish hanging over its door. But Fish Bones isn't just another Florida seafood eatery. This casual dining restaurant focuses on preparing seafood and steak to a higher level of excellence than most of its competitors. While steaks and salads fill out the seafood-heavy menu, Fish Bones' specialty is, of course, preparing fresh fish to order. Whether its marinated and grilled or blackened with Cajun spices, Fish Bones' fish is fresh and attractively presented—no bones about it! This place is open everyday from 5 PM .
  • Cape May Café

    1800 Epcot Resorts Boulevard Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 3463
    Located in Walt Disney World's Beach Club Resort, Cape May's "indoor clambake" is an "all-you-can-chomp" combination of steamed clams, mussels, fish, shrimp, ribs and chicken. Red skin potatoes and corn on the cob are included, but lobster is an extra charge. As with any clambake, you should be prepared for plenty of noisy children, but what kid wouldn't be excited over his very own junior-buffet of hot dogs, chicken fingers and yes, even good old macaroni and cheese? This nautical eatery also boasts one of the best character breakfasts at Disney World.
  • NBA City

    6068 Universal Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 363 5919
    Located at Universal CityWalk®, this restaurant isn't too difficult to spot-just look for the giant statue of a basketball player dribbling the ball and you've found your home for all things b-ball. From the obligatory gift store (full of official NBA merchandise, of course) to a playground stocked with the latest interactive video games, NBA City has all the things sports fans drool over and probably a few more. Surprisingly, that includes the food. While most theme restaurants are content to let the food take a backseat to the decor, this one does its best to please with its menu, as well. From savory appetizers to satisfying entrees, this place isn't just for sports fans; but it doesn't hurt to be one.
  • Pointe Orlando

    9101 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 248 2838
    Conveniently situated less than a mile from the Orange County Convention Center, this shopping and entertainment complex offers shopping, dining and entertainment outlets. Browse through clothing stores and specialty stores. Eat at restaurants, such as Adobe Gila's, an eatery known for its 75 varieties of tequila. Live bands play regularly, and all this fun is housed in a facility offering open-air promenades and themed courtyards.
  • Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress Resort

    1 Grand Cypress Boulevard Orlando, FL 32836 United States - Phone: +1 407 239 1234
    A spectacular hotel, this is considered one of the premier properties in Orlando. Its most impressive feature is the tropical lagoon swimming pool which features a dozen waterfalls, a swim-up bar, a bridge over a jumble of rocks occupying a half-acre, and a cluster of restaurants with pool view. An elegant 18-story hotel, this Hyatt offers more than 700 rooms, all luxuriously appointed in airy, Floridian style. For golfers, there is a renowned golf course. It's also adjacent to Walt Disney World and close to other attractions as well.
  • Crossroads of Lake Buena Vista

    12521 State Road 535 Lake Buena Vista, FL 32836 United States - Phone: +1 407 827 7300
    Situated near the entrance to Downtown Disney Marketplace, Crossroads of Lake Buena Vista offers about 25 specialty shops and restaurants, including stores such as Beyond Electronics, Whites Books and Gifts, Disney Character Connection, Foot Locker and Sunglass Hut, along with Gooding's, a 24-hour grocery store that offers a big deli and variety of prepared food.
  • The Florida Mall

    8001 South Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32809 United States - Phone: +1 407 851 6255 / +1 407 851 7234
    With more than 200 shopping-and-dining outlets, Florida Mall is the largest shopping spot in Central Florida. Visitors come from all over the state and the nation to browse through the racks of retail outlets such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Dillard's and JC Penney. You'll also find plenty of specialty stores here, including those offering adventure gear, books, electronics, toys, videos, leather and more. If you're hungry, dine in the mall's food court, or at restaurants such as La Casona or Versailles Latin Cuisine. If an afternoon expedition does not afford you enough time to buy all you want, check into the Adam's Mark Hotel on the premises.
  • Orlando Fashion Square Mall

    3201 East Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 896 1131
    Orlando Fashion Square Mall is anchored by JC Penney, Sears, Gayfers and Burdines. You'll also find more than 165 specialty stores, including Mayors Jewelers. If you're hungry, visit the Veranda Food Court. It houses such quick-bite eateries as Arthur Treacher's Fish & Chips, Panda Express, Nature's Table, and Sbarro. Stroller rentals are available.
  • Osceola Square Mall

    3831 West Vine Street Kissimmee, FL 34741 United States - Phone: +1 407 847 6941
    If your trip to Orlando's major theme parks and terrific hotels has left your wallet a little light, but you still have to stock up on souvenirs, try Osceola Square Mall. This is the only completely enclosed shopping complex in Kissimmee. Anchored by stores such as The Gap, Old Navy and Liz Claiborne, the mall offers many discounts. You'll find a multiple number of high-end boutiques to splurge at, plus a food court to have some refreshments.
  • West Oaks Mall

    9401 West Colonial Drive Ocoee, FL 34761 United States - Phone: +1 407 294 2775
    If one of you wants to shop and the other doesn't, West Oaks Mall may be the spot. Armed as it is for every exigency, it has lots of shops, restaurants and movie opportunities. Anchored by such retail standards as Dillard's, JC Penney and Sears, the complex also offers more than 130 specialty shops. These run the gamut from Bath and Body Works to the Disney Store. There's a food court to feed you and a movie theater complex to entertain.
  • Altamonte Mall

    451 East Altamonte Drive 2165 Altamonte Springs, FL 32701 United States - Phone: +1 407 830 4422
    Looking for a shopping fix? Consider a visit to this shopping center. The site has department stores including JC Penney and Sears and also offers 175 specialty shops including Bath and Body Works, Sam Goody and Perfumania, among many others. If shopping leaves you hungry, enjoy a tasty meal at the Treats Food Court. If you've maxed out your current crop of credit cards, don't worry; the mall offers its own V.I.P. Visa and an on-site ATM. Stroller rentals are also available.
  • Seminole Towne Center

    200 Towne Center Circle Sanford, FL 32771 United States - Phone: +1 407 323 2262
    Seminole Towne Center, a popular hangout proves a big draw with fans of contemporary local artist Thomas Kinkaide. Known as the 'painter of light', Kinkaide depicts homey scenes with a fairytale luminescence. Come to view his work; stay to shop. The mall is anchored by popular national and regional chain stores including Burdines, Dillard's, JCPenney and Sears, and also offers more than 100 specialty stores, a food court, and a United Artists cinema complex.
  • Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores

    15657 South Apopka Vineland Road Lake Buena Vista, FL 32821 United States - Phone: +1 407 238 9301
    Located just a mile from Walt Disney World, this indoor-outdoor shopping complex is built around a large outdoor fountain. Of course, most bargain hunters don't come to Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores for the atmosphere; they come for the bargains. Manufacturers sell their goods here at lower prices than those you find in traditional retail outlets. Among the stores available here are Adidas, Reebok, Oneida, Samsonite, Osh Kosh B'Gosh and Sony. If shopping leaves you hungry, enjoy a quick bite at the Reese Food Court.
  • Downtown Disney - Marketplace

    1780 Buena Vista Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 828 3800
    The most important thing to know about Downtown Disney Marketplace is that you don't have to be a park patron to shop here. An open-air shopping enclave, it is built at the edge of a lake and offers 26 stores, including the Ghiradelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop, Lego Imagination Center and, of course, the World of Disney, billed as the planet's largest Disney merchandise store. A number of restaurants are tucked in here, including Bongo's, Blues Cafe, Rainforest Cafe, Planet Hollywood, and Wolfgang Puck Express.
  • Kissimmee Manufacturer's Outlet

    4673 West Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway Kissimmee, FL 34746 United States - Phone: +1 407 396 8900
    Kissimmee Manufacturer's Outlet houses nothing but discount outlets. You'll find about 30 stores representing famous brand manufacturers, including Samsonite, Nike, Fieldcrest, and Van Heusen. Its location on busy US 192 in Kissimmee makes it an easy stop if you're staying in the Walt Disney World or Kissimmee area.
  • Bari Men's Inc.

    309 North Park Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 539 7044
    Located in the upscale town of Winter Park, Bari Men's Inc. offers designs by such legendary designers as Hugo Boss, Hickey-Freeman, Ermenegildo Zegna, Zanella and Brioni, and Pal Zileri. You'll also find Tumi luggage and a wide variety of footwear. This store pampers its customers with a full range of customer services from wardrobe planning to tailoring.
  • La Belle Fur & Outerwear Co.

    351 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 422 3565
    Hey, Floridians needs fur, too, so don't go snickering over the idea of a furrier here in the middle of one of the nation's warmest states. While there may not be much chance to wear them here, furs come in pretty handy in other parts of the world and Floridians do occasionally leave, despite the paradisaical aspects of the place. To warm up the locals who visit cold climes, this place has been fitting furs for 80 years. The La Belle Fur & Outerwear Co store claims that it's selling them at discount prices; you can be the judge. On sale here are fur, cashmere and leather, plus designs from noted American and European designers.
  • Park Promenade Jewelers

    152 Park Avenue South Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 644 7119
    Don't come to Park Promenade Jewelers looking for bargain prices. Given its prestigious Park Avenue address, this store deals only in upscale jewelry from such internationally known brands as Rolex, Cartier and Tiffany, crystal from Baccarat and Waterford, and a large collection of antique and estate jewelry. A bridal registry is available, as are jewelry appraisals.
  • Reynolds and Company Jewelers

    232 Park Avenue North Orlando, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 645 2278
    Reynolds and Company Jewelers is best known for its selection of watches from such companies as Jaeger, LeCoultre, Vacheron, Constantin, Swiss Army and Raymond Weil. Apart from these posh time-pieces, you will find glittering diamond necklaces and rings with precious stones to adorn your fingers. A substantial array of antique jewelry is also available.
  • Coach

    8001 South Orange Blossom Orlando, FL 32809 United States - Phone: +1 407 859 6276
    Coach has made a name for itself with top-quality, luxury leather goods. At this outlet shop located in the Florida Mall, you'll find a broad array of handcrafted leather items, including purses, wallets, backpacks, computer cases, briefcases, belts and accessories. This is a discount outlet, so expect savings. If you're willing to buy goods with slight imperfections, the savings only increase.
  • Disney's Candy Cauldron

    1502 East Buena Vista Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 828 1470
    Ahh, she knew she shouldn't have, but she took a bite anyway, and Snow White's adventure began. Her tale comes to life at Disney's Candy Cauldron, designed to look like the wicked Queen's Dungeon. The sales clerks, who dress in medieval garb, use only Old English when speaking to customers. With more than two hundred varieties of candy available, it is safe to assume that there's something here for every sweet tooth and budget. Treats range from 40 cent items to molded Disney characters and a more expensive five-box assortment of chocolates.
  • Celebrity Eyeworks Studio

    1780 East Buena Vista Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 827 0110
    In Florida, sunglasses take on more than fashion-forward importance. They're needed to ease the strain of the sun's glare. There's no reason, however, why you can't combine the therapeutic with the cool. Enter this eye-wear studio, owned by Barry Franzblau, the proprietor of a California store that has served celebrities for years. Celebrity offers a broad assortment of sunglasses from such designers as Revo, Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Gucci and Ray Ban.
  • Lego Imagination Center

    1672 East Buena Vista Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830-8401 United States - Phone: +1 407 828 0065
    Parents, teachers and best of all, kids, love Lego. Those brightly colored building toys set kids' imagination into action as they use the pieces to build...well, stuff. Budding architects will love this 4,000 sq. ft. center, where they'll find giant flying machines, dragons and spaceships constructed from Lego pieces. Popular sets allow children to build their own pirate ships, water worlds, medieval and modern cities and doll houses. Outside is a 3,000 sq. ft. play area, boasting a jungle gym, life-size space-alien family and countless Lego blocks with no restrictions on use or imagination.
  • Sosa Family Cigars

    Disney Marketplace Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 800 773 7412
    The Sosa family has been rolling cigars for seventy years, first in its native Cuba and now for nearly thirty years in Florida. With five stores scattered throughout the Sunshine State, including four in the Miami area, the family is proud of its operation which won a Top Cigar award from Cigar Aficionado magazine in 1998. At the Orlando store, you'll find more than eighty brands of cigars, including those bearing the name of Arturo Fuente, Imperio Cubano, Diamond Crown and Padron. Smoking accessories are also available, including humidors.
  • World of Disney

    1780 Buena Vista Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 828 1451
    At 50,000 sq. ft., this is the world's largest World of Disney store with the world's biggest collection (8,000 items) of Disney memorabilia, souvenirs, toys and gotta-have-its. To keep it all straight, departments feature a specific theme from favorite Disney movies, ranging from Sleeping Beauty to The Little Mermaid and 101 Dalmatians, among others. Going beyond toys, the store offers an enormous range of Disney-logo items from clothing to tableware and linens, jewelry and toys.
  • Leaves & Roots

    9422 East Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32817 United States - Phone: +1 407 823 8840
    Take a natural path to relaxation and well-being with offerings from this store which stocks more than 400 herbs and oils, as well as a number of aromatherapy aids designed to relax and energize you. If you're new to the herb world, there's a good selection of books to put you in the pictures.
  • Soul Train Music

    642 West Church Street Orlando, FL 32805 United States - Phone: +1 407 422 3273
    In operation since 1975, Soul Train Music claims to carry the area's largest selection of blues, reggae, gospel, rhythm and blues, dance music and videos. It draws a loyal local clientèle, as well as tourists who've heard of the store's reputation. Soul Train carries mostly CDs, but purists will also find a selection of vinyl records.
  • Art Angels

    430 East Central Boulevard Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 872 3884
    At the end of vacation and business trips comes that inevitable moment when you have to figure out what to take to friends and associates back home. When that moment hits, stop at Art Angels for a look at an intriguing variety of dried floral arrangements, stationery, candy and gift baskets made to order. Focusing on an angel motif, as the name suggests, with lots of light and color washed walls, the store has a decidedly feminine air, but the staff is happy to see to the gifting needs of male shoppers as well.
  • Bijou's Boutique

    2501 Edgewater Drive Orlando, FL 32804 United States - Phone: +1 407 841 9728
    Bijou's Boutique provides a one-stop clothes shopping experience for women seeking outfits that go beyond the usual cookie-cutter offerings found in major department stores. Here you'll find something different in women's clothing with options that range from office outfits to casual Bohemian wear. This shop also sells silver jewelery, belts and other accessories that will perfectly compliment your outfit.
  • Foreign Accents

    2301 South Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32806 United States - Phone: +1 407 648 2464
    If you're looking for something special to perk up your home or a souvenir to commemorate your Orlando trip, add Foreign Accents to your list of shopping stops. Here, you'll find works of art imported from Europe, Indonesia, Mexico and many other nations. The fine art is a big attraction, as are the store's catalogs, from which shoppers can order upscale furniture. The home accessory items, crystal chandeliers, gilt mirrors and artwork are the perfect gifts for friends and family.
  • Map & Globe Store

    2884 South Orlando Drive Sanford, FL 32773 United States - Phone: +1 407 898 0757
    Geography buffs and travel enthusiasts should visit Map & Globe Store that stocks a broad selection of atlases, maps, globes and flags. Map lovers will find a selection of maps and the shop also offers an extensive travel section, including plenty of information on the Orlando area if you're feeling a little lost trying to choose from the city's many diversions.
  • The Rockport Shop

    8001 South Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32809 United States - Phone: +1 407 851 8695
    Seasoned travelers know there are few experiences worse than landing in an unfamiliar town with an uncomfortable pair of shoes. If you've made this mistake or are just in the market for a pair of walkers, consider a visit to Rockport Shop. Its very name summons images of comfort, complete with rubber soles, leather uppers, great hiking boots and boat shoes. The shop carries walking shoes, sandals and shoes dressy enough for business, as well.
  • Schakolad Chocolate Factory

    480 North Orlando Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 677 4114
    Schakolad Chocolate Factory is located right in Winter Park. Here, you'll find everything from half pound chocolate assortments to one pound offerings of assorted truffles, white chocolate golf balls and chocolate 'gators. Part of the company's claim to fame is its willingness to mold chocolate into any shape or logo you desire, making this a popular gift shopping choice for birthdays.
  • Bonanza Golf & Gifts

    7761 West US Highway 192 Kissimmee, FL 34747 United States - Phone: +1 407 396 7536
    Located on Highway 192 in bustling Kissimmee, this golf gear and gift shop lives up to its name. You'll spot it easily: it's difficult to miss a waterfall flowing at more than 20,000 gallons per minute. But that's just the beginning. Choose from two championship, 18-hole miniature golf courses to suit your tee-off tastes. And after you tally up your impressive golf score, stop into the gift shop, featuring a full line of Mickey Mouse and Florida T-shirts at reasonable prices. Golfed out? Shopped out? How about a double scoop of Haagen Dazs ice cream from the snack bar at Bonanza Golf & Gifts?
  • Special Tee Golf & Tennis

    8747 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 363 1281
    Florida has some of the country's best golf courses and thousand of tennis courts, so for fans of these sports a trip to Orlando probably ought to include a visit to this store. Boasting more than 38,000 square feet lined with clubs, balls, and bags, Special Tee is a must-see for the golf and tennis lover alike. All the brand names the avid golfer knows and loves are here: Taylor Made, Ping, Top Flite, Callaway, Nicklaus, Liz Golf, Cobra and Greg Norman.
  • Gala Gifts

    8723 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 370 4603
    Tourists and locals alike know that there are as many discount souvenir shops on busy International Drive as there are sunburns and fanny packs, but only a few are standouts. Gala Gifts, located just next to Don Pablo's Mexican Kitchen on busy International Drive, is one that tends to rise above the norm. From its modern façade of tans and rusts to its helpful cashiers and relatively congestion-free location, Gala Gifts provides one-stop shopping for all of your Orlando needs.
  • Sports Dominator

    6464 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 354 2100
    With a gigantic football player standing guard atop its roof, International Drive's Sports Dominator superstore is pretty hard to miss. A beacon for ball fans, it reaches out like a "liquidator lighthouse." What sports fan can resist when such name brands as Nike, No Fear, Rawlings, Starter and Converse await? Here you'll find discounted balls and caps, clubs and shoes, racquets and T-shirts, shorts and socks. A favorite of the numerous I-Drive coupon book stands, many deals are offered including a generous daily one: "All shoes come with free socks!"
  • Boardwalk Surf & Sport

    9101 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 370 0436
    Surf's up at Boardwalk Surf and Sport, one of the few surf stores in Orlando featuring such brand name, industry leaders as Billabong, Mossimo, Reef, Quicksilver, Stussy, O'Neil and No Fear. Located not far from the unmistakable FAO Schwarz in the thriving Pointe Orlando shopping center, lies this cool shop. Who cares if Orlando is 45 minutes from the beach? Boardwalk's impressive array of walk shorts, tank tops, flip flops and beach towels brings the beach to you.
  • Pfaltzgraff Factory Store

    5401 West Oakridge Road Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 345 9313
    Located in the popular Belz Factory Outlet World at the end of International Drive, this factory store offers a one-stop shopping destination for any Pfaltzgraff item you've broken since the last time you were in Orlando. From china to coffee mugs, place mats to picture frames, this factory store has it all. If you don't own any Pfaltzgraff, this may be the time to stock up on the durable china that comes in lots of contemporary styles and colors. As an outlet store, this emporium offers bargains on a number of other home décor items, from candles to coasters.
  • Shell World

    4727 West Irlo Bronson Highway Kissimmee, FL 34746 United States - Phone: +1 407 396 9000
    Who knew time would fly so fast on your visit to Florida? But now it's time to go home and all you've got to show for your trip to Orlando is a trunk full of stuffed Shamus and bendable Mickeys. Fear not. Friendly folks at Shell World in Kissimmee are there to save the day. Featuring all the Florida shells and more that you would have harvested if you'd combed Florida's beaches, the store is a virtual cornucopia of conch and cockle shells. From shells to coral, from saltwater taffy to coastal and nautical décor items, Shell World's a one-stop shell shop.
  • Swim Mart

    5250 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 800 210 6221
    This store has more than 120 popular brands with suits for the entire family. There are bikinis for teens, trunks for guys, tankini's for young adults and one-pieces for women. Frequent sales offer suits at up to 70 percent off regular price, so you may indeed be able to afford new suits for the entire family.
  • Reebok

    15657 South Apopka Vineland Road Orlando, FL 32821 United States - Phone: +1 407 239 7731
    The Reebok Factory Direct Store is located in the Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores, not far from all the theme parks. There you'll find everything for the amateur to accomplished athletic enthusiast, from running shoes to sweat socks, walk shorts to sweatshirts, all under one Reebok roof. And since it's a factory outlet, you can expect to find every item in the store at reasonable, if not cheap, prices. It even carries Weeboks for the kids.
  • Long's Christian Book and Outlet

    1140 East SR-436 Altamonte Springs, FL 32701 United States - Phone: +1 407 339 0770
    Don't let the unfamiliar address stop you from checking out one of Central Florida's biggest and best retailers of Christian supplies. Located off Interstate 4 and North of Orlando, State Road 436 is reasonably close to major tourist attractions and offers an opportunity that may refresh and renew. Whether your passion is books or music, t-shirts or videos, this store has them in a variety of Christian versions.
  • Mitzi's Hallmark

    12527 State Road 535 Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 827 1075
    Located in the Crossroads Plaza across from Downtown Disney, Mitzi's Hallmark is not your average card shop. In fact, Mitzi's is a gold mine for lovers of porcelain and other collectibles by such industry big dogs as Boyds Bears, Harbor Lights, Harmony Kingdom, Precious Moments and Pooh and friends. Naturally, since it's so close to Disney World, Mitzi's Hallmark specializes in Walt Disney Art Classics, and in fact is, "their only preferred gallery shop in Central Florida." A good stop for collectors.
  • Edwin Watts Golf Shop

    7501 Turkey Lake Road Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 345 8451
    Located on International Drive just across from Ripley's Believe It or Not, Edwin Watts is Orlando's premiere golf shop. Featuring all of the brand names you love to win with, from Titleist golf balls to Ping putters, Edwin Watts is revered locally for its expert service and huge inventory. With training aids and a super apparel selection for both men and women, it is your one-stop golf shop. Whether you're a pro or an amateur, the friendly folks here will help your game by providing you with excellent service as well as top products.
  • Billy Boy's

    4499 West Vine Street Kissimmee, FL 34746 United States - Phone: +1 407 396 4009
    No trip to Central Florida would be complete without a generous helping of fresh fruit. Situated on easy-to-locate Highway 192, this store offers a variety of items. Family-owned and operated, it grows its own citrus, guaranteeing freshness and quality. Offering the traditional bags of oranges, grapefruits and tangerines, it also features homemade soft-serve orange ice cream, fudge candies, and marmalades, as well as fresh-squeezed orange and grapefruit juice. The shop also stocks Florida gifts, T-shirts, souvenirs and novelty items.
  • Shoe Land

    3137 West Vine Street Kissimmee, FL 34741 United States - Phone: +1 407 933 7117
    This large store offers all kinds of shoes, in all shapes and sizes, for men, women and children, at low prices. Flats and pumps, sneakers and heels, flip-flops and sandals - they're all here and they're all cheap! So even if you've packed enough shoes for your trip to Orlando, you might want to find a way to fit a few new pairs into your luggage!
  • Mayor's Jewelers

    8001 South Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32809 United States - Phone: +1 407 859 3116
    If you're in the mood for high style, glitz and glamour, stroll through this showroom. Located in the heart of the popular and easy-to-locate Florida Mall, it is a favorite of Orlando shoppers, and window shoppers. Gorgeous jewelry and precious metals glitter in attractive displays, and Rolex watches share the floor with flawless gems.
  • Orlando Premium Outlets

    8200 Vineland Avenue Orlando, FL 32821 United States - Phone: +1 407 238 7787
    Located minutes from Walt Disney World, Orlando Premium Outlets offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 150 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day. Stores include Barneys New York, Burberry, Coach, Fendi, Diesel, Gap Outlet, Kenneth Cole, Lacoste, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo and many more.
  • Eola Wine Company

    430 East Central Boulevard Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 481 9100
    Eola is known for its excellent wine tasting sessions. They have an impressive drink selection with more than 70 wines and 30 bottled beers. Tasty appetizers and comfortable seating area make it a good place to chill out. The outdoor area offers a more casual take on this 'beautiful people, great wine' atmosphere. Wines and cheeses clearly rule the roost, but there's more variety on weekends.
  • John Craig

    132 Park Avenue South Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 629 7944
    Visit John Craig if you are looking for fine clothing options at affordable rates. The store displays an exclusive range of suits, tuxedos, formal shirts, trousers, casual wear and sports wear for men. The friendly staff is always there to assist customers. Personalized service and reasonable prices make this store increasingly popular with the masses. Call for more information.
  • Salvatore Ferragamo

    8200 Vineland Avenue Orlando, FL 32821 United States - Phone: +1 407 477 0091
    You'll feel like a new person strutting around in shoes offered by this Italian heavyweight of the fashion industry. Throw away those old duds and don a pair of Ferragamos to make heads turn. Chic clothes and accessories are also on offer here; if your budget is not sky high, just choose from amongst scarves, eye gear, watches, bags, perfumes and more. The ever-friendly staff puts you at ease and helps you without being overly obtrusive. Even a round of window-shopping at this place can prove to be therapeutic!
  • The Mall at Millenia

    4200 Conroy Road Orlando, FL 32839 United States - Phone: +1 407 363 3555
    Any shopping to be done? Just take a trip to The Mall at Millenia, which offers both local and international brands. Foreign visitors will be pleased to know that a bureau de change/Wechsel is at hand, so there's simply no stopping you from grabbing the designer apparel you've set your heart on! The multi-lingual staff will assist you in getting around, just in case language is a barrier. To pump up the energy during your shopping frenzy, visit restaurants like the Cheesecake Factory and The Capital Grille.
  • Barneys New York

    8200 Vineland Avenue Orlando, FL 32821 United States - Phone: +1 407 239 9400
    When it comes to branded stuff, Barneys New York is the venue to visit. With several stores across the country, this outlet located in the Orlando Premium Outlets mall, has everything from jewelry, shoes, handbags, cosmetics and clothes for women to ties, leather accessories, shoes and clothes for men. The store also holds a good collection of children's toys. Drop by during the product launches or during their specials for a free facial, beauty consultation or a make-over. Check the website for more details. Certain branches also offer concierge service where you can avail information on eateries and events.
  • Burberry

    4200 Conroy Road Orlando, FL 32839 United States - Phone: +1 407 248 2882
    Initially Burberry had several locations only in England, but now it is around the world. Recipient of the British Royal Warrant for inventing the gabardine fabric as well as coming up with the concept of a trench-coat, the company still pushes the envelope in sourcing new materials and designs for clothes. The store houses clothing for the working men as well as for the ladies. Plus there is the children's section too. Also offering fragrances and accessories like handbags and eye-wear, the store believes in utility just as much as design.
  • Apple Store

    4200 Conroy Road Orlando, FL 32839 United States - Phone: +1 407 352 5551
    The Apple Store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • International Prime Outlets

    4951 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 352 9600
    Located less than 10 miles from downtown Orlando and close to Universal Studios, the International Prime Outlets offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 125 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day. Stores include Aeropostale, Adidas, Banana Republic, Vans, Bath & Body Works, Eddie Bauer, Lane Bryant, Calphalon, Columbia Sportswear, Crabtree & Evelyn, Movado, Polo Ralph Lauren, The North Face, Victoria's Secret and many more. Hours for sales may vary please check website for more details.
  • Polo Ralph Lauren Children's Factory Store

    8200 Vineland Avenue Orlando, FL 32821 United States - Phone: +1 407 239 2880
    Located within Orlando Premium Outlets, this place is ideal for buying smart wardrobe for your little tykes. Merely a walk away from Walt Disney World, this store attracts a lot of tourists and locals alike, and with the kind of clothes sold, quite deservingly so. Great clothes, reasonable price, thats what Polo Ralph Lauren Children's Factory Outlet is all about.
  • GAP

    8228 Vineland Avenue Orlando, FL 32821 United States - Phone: +1 407 238 1514
    One of the few brands that has managed to survive the onslaught of new labels is GAP. Founded in 1969, it has seen more seasons than several brands combined together. And it has not only seen them, but also set the trend for every season, especially in casual men's and women's wear. Gap has three popular sister brands-Banana Republic, Old Navy and Piperlime. The GAP store in Orlando houses the brand's best in men and women's apparel, GAP maternity wear and GAP collections for children and toddlers. GAP is especially known for its contemporary designs that are often inspired by current events like popular songs or movies.
  • Eddie Bauer

    15813 South Apopka Vineland Road Orlando, FL 32821 United States - Phone: +1 407 465 8621
    Eddie Bauer is one brand that has seen it all. Having been in the apparel market since 1920, it began with one store in Seattle and has become a nationwide phenomenon today. Known primarily for its sportswear, it has captured the casual wear market equally well. From the usual T-shirts and denims to business casuals for men and women, Eddie Bauer has it all. Add to that attractive shoes, accessories, bags and outdoor gear, and you have an entire wardrobe fit for almost all occasions. Eddie Bauer is one of the few apparel brands that also offers bedclothes like pillows, comforters and blankets.
  • Gymboree

    3301 East Colonial Drive D38 Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 898 3560
    Very few brands have been as true to the children's apparel market as Gymboree. Most other brands tend to give kids fashion secondary status. Not at Gymboree though. This label designs clothes for babies and kids up to seven years old. This includes everything from toddler shoes, T-shirts, swimwear to dresses. They also have special kid accessories like sunglasses and hats. Gymboree toys and clothes make great gifts. And if you're too taken in by the wide range of clothes available, just gift your loved ones Gymboree gift cards that are redeemable at any of its U.S. stores.
  • Jimmy Choo

    4200 Conroy Road Orlando, FL 32839 United States - Phone: +1 407 352 6310
    If you are an aficionado of fashionable shoes, Jimmy Choo at the Mall at Millenia is the answer to all your shoe desires. Famous all over the world for its design and durability, the shoes truly capture your imagination. Stilettos, sling-backs, flats and peep-toes are a class apart with great style and design. The trendy handbag collection will also leave you spoilt for choice. So ignore the guilt and just splurge at this splendid store.
  • Banana Republic

    4957 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 363 4497
    Banana Republic needs no introduction and has a standing of its own here. With a good number of stores in Orlando, and more country-wide, Banana Republic at International Drive yet again brings you what it's best known for. With a vast variety of men's and women's garments, accessories, fragrances, handbags, jewelry, shoes and gifts; find a fresh and trendy ensemble for every season. Good bargains and the latest in current fashions keep loyal customers coming back for more.
  • Tommy Bahama

    4200 Conroy Road Orlando, FL 32839 United States - Phone: +1 407 248 8286
    Housed in the Mall at Millenia, Tommy Bahama offers a wide range of island inspired products for both men and women. The store has a variety to choose from each product category, ranging from apparel, shoes, handbags, watches, sunglasses to home accessories. A one stop shop, Tommy Bahama also offers a fine dining experience at its cafes, which are located in select locations. Visit website for more details.
  • Bloomingdale's

    4152 Conroy Road Orlando, FL 32839 United States - Phone: +1 407 264 2511
    Living up to its name, Bloomingdale's displays and encourages designer labels be it accessories, clothes, shoes, gift items or home decor. You can spend the whole day browsing through its collection and yet wish for more time. Pick up the latest trends of the season at this mammoth department store that offers elite fashion like Biba 60's fashion or shoes by Jimmy Choo. This is one shopping escapade that you wish will never end! Call to know the open hours.
  • Neiman Marcus

    4170 Conroy Road Orlando, FL 32839 United States - Phone: +1 407 264 5900 / +1 800 590 7046
    Neiman Marcus is one of those few fabulous shops offering accessories for men, women and children under one roof. Let yourself loose in the fantastic collection that are on display for every coming season. The clothes, styles and fashion are so varied that it appeals to the chic as well as the traditional crowd. Those into brand names will be pleased to find the likes of Ella Moss, Pierce Denim, Dolce & Gabbana and Lela Rose among others. Looking out for a one-stop shop for your family? Neiman Marcus is your place!
  • M.A.C Cosmetics

    4200 Conroy Road Orlando, FL 32839 United States - Phone: +1 407 363 5124
    Celebrities and make-up artists swear by this international cosmetic brand. With an excellent collection of skincare products from moisturizers, cleansers, day-creams, wrinkle reduction creams, etc and full range of make-up essentials like foundations, eye shadows, lip colors, blushers, liners, etc. in shades you have seen never before. You can also pick a bunch of brushes and tools or professional kits for personal or professional use. Walk out with a basket full of beauty products and also learn some great tips and tricks from professional stylist available on store.
  • Saks Fifth Avenue

    4953 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 354 5757
    With a wide and versatile variety to choose from, you will always run out of time at Saks Fifth Avenue. Spend your time and money on the beautiful handbags and purses, chic cosmetics, home decor items and the best of gift options. Clothing especially tailored for men, women and the young ones combined with delicate jewelry promise to make you look trendy and elite. Sales take place all round the year—so be sure to grab the great deals and offers on the finest of apparel and accessories.
  • MaxStudio.Com

    4200 Conroy Road No 180 Orlando, FL 32839 United States - Phone: +1 321 281 1464
    Located within the Millenia, MaxStudio.Com is the best place to shop for womens apparel. The store features a mix of casual wear, office wear, party wear and likes. In short all what a women may need to complete her wardrobe can be found here. The collection displayed carries the latest in fashion and sober shades excellent cuts are some of its highlights. All in all come here to engage in a never before shopping experience.
  • Siboney Bridal Fashions

    8001 South Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32809 United States - Phone: +1 407 857 7400
    Siboney Bridal Fashions is conveniently located in the Florida Mall and is more than a bridal shop. Here you can find a great selection of all types of stylish formal wear for every recognized special occasion. They offer personal service to assist you in finding just what you need. Siboney Bridal Fashions has a large assortment of designs starting with children sizes and they also have the accessories to go with them. The bridal gowns offered range from beautiful informal styles to stunning formal ones and are available right away for purchase. They offer specials on their website as well as at the store.
  • Stalhi Boutique

    387 Nortth Alafaya Trail Orlando, FL 32828 United States - Phone: +1 407 658 0330
    Stalhi Celebrity Fashion Boutique is located in the Waterford Lakes Town Center in East Orlando. Any one interested in dressing like the stars should check this place out. They carry the lasted fashions seen on the celebrities in all of the newest magazines. They offer the exact matching accessories worn by the stars as well. The boutique is divided into sections of various hues of clothes, shoes, handbags and more with a large selection in both styles and prices. It is very open and welcoming. Stalhi Boutique has new arrivals all the time and numerous special monthly events also. The staff is extremely helpful and informed.
  • BoardWalk Bakery

    2101 Epcot Resorts Boulevard Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 5100
    BoardWalk Bakery is situated adjacent to Disney's BoardWalk Inn on the BoardWalk area of Walt Disney World . They open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late night snacks. The bakers can be seen inside preparing the numerous pastries and breads. The menu includes a nice selection of specialty drinks, coffees, sandwiches, salads and more, along with fresh-baked goods. The BoardWalk Bakery does not have indoor seating, but it is available on the BoardWalk outside. This gives a great view of the waterfront and is good for people-watching too. This quaint little bakery shop provides quick service and has tasty treats for all. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Rock & Roll Heaven

    1814 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32804 United States - Phone: +1 407 896 1952
    Situated in the outer edge of College Park, this is the place to go when you are looking for any type of music in any form from decades ago to the present. They house a huge selection of hard-to-find, one-of-a-kind music items, including mint and used vinyl records, cassettes and more. They boast the largest CD selection, and rightfully so. You will also find an unbelievable selection of old and new shirts, posters, videos and all types of rock & roll collectibles. Rock & Roll Heaven has any thing ever created for or about music for sale or on display for your entertainment. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Clemons Produce

    3325 Curry Ford Road Orlando, FL 32806 United States - Phone: +1 407 897 1413
    Just a few minutes east of downtown Orlando, you can find Clemons Produce, a great place to indulge in a large variety of the freshest and most colorful fruits and vegetables at very reasonable prices. They sell a large majority of locally grown produce, even offering an ample, strictly organic section. Clemons also carries a rainbow of nuts, breads, cheeses, spices, jams, pastas and other seasonal and local selections. If you are looking for fresh, healthy and flavorful fruits and vegetables to snack on, this is the best place to purchase them. The knowledgeable staff is also quite glad to assist you in your shopping. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Total Wine & More

    2712 East Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 894 6553
    Total Wine & More is located in the Colonial Plaza, a short distance east of downtown Orlando. Here you will find the largest selection of wines offered anywhere. There are literally thousands of varieties from around the world to pick from. They also have a huge selection of spirits in all forms. The beer offered includes numerous domestic and imported name brands and microbrews also. You can create your own special 6-pack or pick up a keg of many of them. They offer more than these adult beverages; they have all of your party needs in one convenient place. Total Wine & More specializes in hard to find wines, beers and other liquors for great prices. The staff is very informed and helpful too. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Corona Cigar Company

    7792 West Sand Lake Road Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 248 1212
    Located in the heart of Orlando, Corona Cigar Company offers a truly unique cigar atmosphere. The interior decoration is Central American and includes genuine Nicaraguan furnishings throughout. They stock over one million cigars from all over the world and numerous accessories too. Corona Cigar Company also has a variety of Cuban sandwiches, beers and wines to complement a good smoke. This is the place to go to enjoy a good meal, a few drinks, and a cigar.
  • Cutie P' Tutti

    13526 Village Park Drive #218 Orlando, FL 32837 United States - Phone: +1 407 301 0383
    Cutie P’ Tutti is located a little south of downtown Orlando in Hunters Creek. It is a huge, fashionable maternity and baby boutique that has it all. This is the place to go for gifts for every type of baby occasion or just because you want to. The selections include a large variety of clothes and gifts for infants and toddlers, maternity wear, nursery items and more. It is very pricey, but Cutie P’ Tutti offers a grand assortment of out-of-the-ordinary items, everyday things, and personal assistance from courteous and helpful sales people. This place offers perfect baby gifts for the fussiest mothers or mothers to be. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Wound 'N Around

    5770 West Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway #200 Orlando, FL 34746 United States - Phone: +1 407 396 6733
    Wound 'N Aound is located south of Orlando in beautiful Kissimmee. Its exact setting is in the Old Town Kissimmee Complex. Transport back in time as you enter and take in all of the 50s and 60s memorabilia found here. The atmosphere is set with the checkered tiled floor, the blue Cadillac located in the center of the shop, and all of the available selections to choose from. Any one in search of an item from this period will find it here. Wound 'N Round specializes in Betty Boop, Elvis, and the Wizard of Oz, but it also has massive amounts of unexpected pop culture items, a large variety of coffee mugs and so much more. Great prices on most items also. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Schakolad Chocolate Factory

    255 South Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 426 7695
    Schakolad Chocolate Factory is the internationally acclaimed brand for fresh, handmade European style chocolates. Their signature chocolates are made fresh on-site at their location, prepared with the finest ingredients and presented in the time honored traditions of quality, artistry and innovation. With over 70 handmade chocolates including truffles, nut clusters, pretzels, and 1000's of specialty chocolate molds, they also specialize in custom gift baskets, and fresh-dipped strawberries. Enjoy Schakolad Chocolates today!
  • Ten Thousand Villages

    346 Park Avenue North Orlando, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 644 8464
    Ten Thousand Villages is tucked away on Park Avenue in beautiful Winter Park, north of downtown Orlando. It may be small in size but holds a large variety of unique handcrafted items from around the world. Here you can find rare and unusual things for your home or for gift giving. Artisans that are from Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia create these handmade products. Ten Thousand Villages is part of IFAT, the International Fair Trade Association, which provides artisans from developing countries an economic opportunity. It is well organized with beautiful displays, has reasonable prices, and new items arrive all the time. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Osceola Flea and Farmers Market

    2801 East Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway Kissimmee, FL 34744 United States - Phone: +1 407 846 2811
    Osceola Flea and Farmers Market is situated between St. Cloud and Kissimmee, south of Orlando. It is a huge flea market that has more than 900 specialty booths. There is lots of free parking and the admission is free too. Slowly browse over the variety of things found here including antiques, an assortment of collectibles, Florida souvenirs, clothes, handbags, tools, jewelry, DVDs, CDs, games, fresh local produce and so much more. Osceola Flea and Farmers Market has covered booths, various free entertainment, several snack bars and a restaurant. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Sweet! By Good Golly Miss Holly

    711 North Alafaya Trail Orlando, FL 32828 United States - Phone: +1 407 227 7746
    Sweet! by Good Golly Miss Holly is located to the east of Orlando in the Waterford Lakes Town Center. Here you can choose from a wide variety of special custom cupcakes in an assortment of sizes. Pick from small mini samplers to large tasty cupcakes made fresh daily from the finest ingredients. Bring your wireless laptop to take advantage of the free WiFi available. Sweet! by Good Golly Miss Holly also creates its own very special tart frozen yogurt, a low-calorie, healthy dessert. The décor is welcoming and has a "hip LA" style about it with the brightly colored tables and chairs.
  • M&Ms World

    8001 South Orange Blossom Trail, Suite 113 Orlando, FL 32809 United States - Phone: +1 407 850 4000
    M&Ms World is located in the Florida Mall just a little southeast of downtown Orlando. Come prepared to be awed in this very amazing 16,000-square-foot, brightly colored store specializing in everything M & Ms. Anything you could imagine and anything you couldn't is available here with an added M&M touch. This consists of more than 4000 unique and delicious gift items. Be amazed at the massive wall display of every color of M&M made and create your own collections. It also has the #38 NASCAR M&Ms full-scale racing car on display. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis 
  • Schakolad Chocolate Factory

    2425 West S.R. 434, #187 Longwood, FL 32779 United States - Phone: +1 407 389 4653
    Schakolad Chocolate Factory is an internationally acclaimed brand for fresh, handmade European style chocolates. Their signature chocolates are made fresh on-site at their location, prepared with the finest ingredients and presented in the time honored traditions of quality, artistry and innovation. With over 70 handmade chocolates including truffles, nut clusters, pretzels, and thousands of specialty chocolate molds, they also specialize in custom gift baskets, and fresh-dipped strawberries.
  • The Wine Room

    270 Park Avenue South Winter Park, FL 32789 United States - Phone: +1 407 696 9463

    Wine lovers will be in heaven at The Wine Room. Wine preserving machines dispense exact amounts of over 150 wines on command. Purchase bottles to take home or enjoy your favorites in the comfortable lounge area. The bar also has a great deal on mimosas, and you can sample a variety of meats and cheeses with your wine. 

  • Orlando Harley Davidson's Historic Factory Dealership

    3770 37th Street Orlando, FL 32805 United States - Phone: +1 407 423 0346 / +1 407 423 0242
    If you thought that owning your dream chopper was a far-fetched dream, think again? For you cannot get better deals and offers on Harley bikes than those provided at the Orlando Harley Davidson's Historic Factory Dealership. Besides catering to the requirements of Harley lovers, this place is also a unique concert venue and is privy to numerous parties and corporate events held regularly. Situated on 37th street, this concert venue hosts Harley Davidson themed parties, where you can get yourself tattooed, while watching the live music concerts. With known and unknown artists giving their best performances here, its no wonder that this place offers a lot of entertainment, the Harley Style!!!!
  • Barnes & Noble

    7900 West Sand Lake Road Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 345 0900
    Barnes & Noble is a well known chain of book stores spread across North America. The store sells first hand and second hand books, children's classics and other specialty books belonging to all kinds of genres. Besides selling books, they also sell movie DVDs, music CDs and DVDs. Barnes & Noble also conduct one day workshops, talks, lectures, live musicals, book releases, CD releases and other events on a regular basis. Check website for latest event updates.
  • Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique

    Buena Vista Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 7895
    Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is located within the World of Disney store found at Downtown Disney Marketplace just south of Orlando in Walt Disney World Resorts. Little girls (and big ones too) are magically changed into fairy princesses by "Fairy Godmothers-in-training" who takes care of all the details. Choose from a variety of packages including features to become a Fairytale Princess, Pop Princess or Disney Diva that include items such as three different hairstyles, glittering makeup, nails, complete customs and a selection of pictures. Other packages available consist of Hannah Montana makeovers and a Cool Dudes makeover for boys 3 and up. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Ron Jon Surf Shop

    4151 North Atlantic Avenue Cocoa Beach, FL 32931 United States - Phone: +1 321 799 8888
    Ron Jon Surf Shop is located east of Orlando, just one block from the beautiful Atlantic Ocean in Cocoa Beach, and it offers 24-hour shopping every day of the year. This location is the company's one-of-a-kind flagship, and it is the "world's largest" surf shop with its massive 52,000-square-foot facility that is packed from floor to ceiling with products. Merchandise includes an endless array of beach and surfing items for you (or your home or office) plus skate board ware, numerous souvenirs and lots of logo T-shirts. Ron Jon Surf Shop offers something for everyone, in every age group and in any price range too. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory

    154 South Beach Street Daytona Beach, FL 32114 United States - Phone: +1 800 969 2634 / +1 386 252 6531
    Located northwest of Orlando in spectacular Daytona Beach, Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory is well worth the trip and is more than your typical candy store. Spend the day at the beach working up an appetite for some delicious handmade chocolate delights. Established in 1925 by two pioneering ladies, Riddell Angell and Cora Phelps; this business has changed owners twice, but retains its excellent quality of chocolates, specialty items and gifts. Stop by this Daytona Beach landmark for a free tour of the factory to witness in person how all of the tasty treats are created the old-fashioned way. Learn interesting details and the history of the factory during the tour and enjoy samples of freshly made chocolate at the conclusion of the tour. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Magic Masters

    1502 East Buena Vista Drive # B22 Orlando, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 827 5900
    Magic Masters is located in the lively Downtown Disney West Side area, just a little south of the city of Orlando in Walt Disney World Resorts. Step inside this unusual magic store and be impressed with the amazing details, including massive mahogany bookcases, rich wood floors and authentic Oriental rugs. Designed to resemble the library of the famous magician, Houdini, it features a hidden bookcase panel, numerous photos throughout, and a number of rare books on the shelves. Watch magic tricks performed right before your eyes or browse through the store that offers "everything" magic for both beginners and serious magicians. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Orange Cycle

    2204 Edgewater Drive Orlando, FL 32804 United States - Phone: +1 407 422 5552
    Orange Cycle is the largest bicycle store in all of Central Florida with more than 900 bicycles on hand at any time, and that's not all you will find here. The huge store also features the biggest assortment of the latest cycling accessories and sought after clothing, too. First opened in 1972, Orange Cycle offers bicycle enthusiasts an endless array of "everything cycle related," including bike maps of trails in the area, detailed instructions on "how to..." for just about anything you can think of, special cycle clinics - plus there is a service department for all types of bike repairs and more. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Once Upon a Child

    4900 East Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 292 3500
    Once Upon a Child is Orlando's biggest resale shop, featuring new or "gently used" kid's clothing, toys, furniture, equipment and more. Bring your child's used items in to make some extra cash on the spot, or stop by to check out the nice selection of available merchandise in the latest styles for sale at very affordable prices. Clothing sizes range from preemie/newborn all the way through Youth size 16, plus they offer a big assortment of maternity clothes as well. Once Upon a Child sells brand name clothing, toys and games, books and movies, baby equipment, furniture and other various new products too.- Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Tennis Plaza

    5540 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 288 8088
    Tennis Plaza/Racquet World is owned and operated by Leon Echavarria, one of the largest, most reputable tennis stores in Florida. Their flagship store out of Miami, Florida, has been in business since 1990, and known for its wide selection (racquets, balls, shoes, bags, strings, apparel and accessories), competitive prices, knowledgeable personnel and dedicated service. Their location in "the gateway to the Americas" has made them a resource for tennis enthusiasts both locally and abroad.
  • International Market & Deli

    815 North Mills Avenue Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 228 2821
    International Market and Deli is situated just outside of Orlando in Colonialtown North. The deli is well known for the vast selection of Russian and Eastern European deli favorites offered for sale. It feels like you stepped into the corner deli from the Old World, and even though the store is small, the selection of fresh meat and food is not. Items for sale include cheese, seafood, meat, beer, wine and a large variety of homemade food such as blintzes, perogies and borsch. You can dine in, make a purchase to go or request catering. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Raphsodic Cooperative Company

    710 North Mills Avenue Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 704 8615
    Raphsodic Cooperative Company is situated close to downtown Orlando in the middle of Colonialtown. This vegan bakery proclaims to be the city of Orlando’s "first and only Urban Pastry Art House." All of the scrumptious sweets and desserts are prepared with fresh organic ingredients. The bakery’s products are 100 percent animal testing- and cruelty-free, 100 percent vegan and do not include any dairy or cholesterol. Raphsodic Cooperative Company is more than a vegan bakery; it is a coffeehouse, music and art events place that is also very popular with non-vegans for their cupcakes and community involvement. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Armani Exchange

    9101 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 352 3311
    Found in the Pointe Orlando mall, Armani Exchange or AX for short, is the place to go for designer clothing at more affordable prices. Select from the latest fashions for both young men and women. The famed Italian designer, Giorgio Armani, especially designed the fashions found here in which he blends his sensual and distinctive style to produce a relaxed, yet stylish collection for the "young, urban and sexy." Other items offered include watches, eyewear, music, jewelry and an array of accessories. Armani Exchange offers accessible Armani for the youthful shoppers looking to make a statement with fashion. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Bass Pro Shops

    5156 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 563 5200
    Bass Pro Shops, located in the Festival Bay Mall on International Drive, offers outdoor enthusiasts the biggest selection of outdoor gear in all of Central Florida. The massive shop features the latest supplies for fishing (salt, fresh and fly), boating, hunting, archery, camping, golf and water sports, as well as ATVs, outdoor gear and electronics. A number of educational classes are on offer, and the shop also hosts various monthly events. Special meeting rooms for groups are available and other features include outdoor skills workshops, clothing for men, women and children as well as endless gift items for the outdoors person in your life.
  • Olde Hearth Bread Company

    207 Reece Way #1625 Casselberry, FL 32707 United States - Phone: +1 407 834 8881
    Served in a number of the finest Orlando restaurants and hotels in central Florida, the goods at Olde Hearth Bread Company of Casselberry can also be found at the bakery or local farmers markets around the area. Seek them out at Fernandina Beach and Winter Park Farmers Markets on Saturday mornings or the Audubon Park Community Market on Monday nights. This family-owned artisan bakery prepares natural, handcrafted breads and pastries using only fresh ingredients, which means there aren't any artificial flavorings or preservatives. Select from a variety of breads such as Artisan loaves, sandwich breads, baguettes and rolls; pastries including Danishes, croissants, scones, cookies, strudels and muffins; or other baked goods like bregals, crackers, crisps, granola and flatbreads. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Washburn Imports

    1800 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32804 United States - Phone: +1 407 228 4403
    Located in Downtown Orlando, Washburn Imports is the place to go for rare imports from China and India. Each piece reveals an interesting story. The company's slogan is "exotic, exceptional, extraordinary" and once inside, you will understand why. The store is filled with one-of-a-kind original furniture and accessories. Many items are not found in any other store in the region. Some consider the prices too high, but once you factor the actual costs associated with traveling, locating and shipping. Most customers realize that they can not beat these prices. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Ski World

    1413 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32804 United States - Phone: +1 407 447 7547 / +1 407 894 5012
    Calling summer and winter skiers, Ski World in Downtown Orlando offers a large selection of water and snow ski equipment. The independent store supplies electric skateboards, wakeboards, standup paddleboards and other water sport gear. In addition, Ski World provides summer ski enthusiasts with boat sales, repairs and supplies. Choose top brand products for every family member. Ski World offers wakeboard lessons that range from one session, four-day or weeklong camps. Their price match guarantee ensures that you are getting the best deal around. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis

     

  • Kathmandu

    23 South Court Avene Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 316 0026
    In the busy Downtown shopping district, Kathmandu is an import store filled with unusual and exotic goods from international locations. The specialty shop contains rare items from Mexico, Turkey, India, Israel, Brazil, Nepal and Indonesia. The owner personally selects merchandise from around the world and continually adds to the rare inventory. Kathmandu encourages artistic achievement in underdeveloped countries and carries a lot of inventory in a small area. The store features ethnic textiles, hand crafted art, bronze statues, tribal masks, imported oils and incense. Additional items include exceptional sterling silver jewelry, hookahs, pipes, other accessories. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Tim’s Wine Market

    1223 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32804 United States - Phone: +1 407 895 9463
    The first Tim's Wine Market was established in 1995, near Lake Ivanhoe on North Orange Avenue. Wine enthusiasts flock to this specialty store that features eclectic selections of over 700 domestic and imported wines. New wines are introduced throughout the year. Other services of Tim's Wine Market include wine tasting classes, a local wine expert and a wine of the month club. The wine club provides customers with two or three distinct wine selections and a detailed report and analysis of the wine. Every staff member is a certified wine educator or a certified specialist of wine. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Dexter's of Thornton Park

    558 West New England Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 629 1150
    The menu here changes monthly, but the food is always good. Casually dressed patrons sit at barstools that are pulled up to butcher-block tables atop terrazzo floors. The decor is simple but effective for casual dining. Choices include Caesar's Salad, a roasted duck sandwich, and a Chicken Tortilla Pie, among other intriguing combinations. Pastas and salads come in full or half portions for hearty or picky eaters. Dexter's offers more than 30 wines and champagnes, available by the glass or bottle. A very nice Chardonnay runs about $26 for a bottle.
  • Brisas del Caribe

    5773 Curry Ford Road Orlando, FL 32822 United States - Phone: +1 407 275 2996
    This large, brightly lit Puerto Rican eatery features delicacies flavored with garlic, cilantro and popular island spices. Pechuga al Ajillo, a boneless grilled chicken breast, is served with fried green plantains, a culinary mainstay of Caribbean islands with Spanish heritage. Tripleta de Mariscos features a mélange of seafood, including conch, octopus and shrimp. At dessert, a 'three-milk cake' is the must-have treat. After the kitchen closes on Thursday through Saturday, you can shake that booty to the sounds of live salsa music as the restaurant becomes a nightclub.
  • Tavern on the Lake

    6996 Piazza Grande Avenue Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 293 6233
    Launched by legendary Miami Dolphin football quarterback Dan Marino, this restaurant is an upscale, gentlemanly version of a sports eatery. Naturally, after investing a lifetime in football games, Marino would not have a sports-free restaurant, so you'll find televisions airing all the games. You'll also find lots of polished hardwood and a sports-and-family crowd that knows how to behave itself. Appetizers come in large portions and include a Crispy Calamari and Roasted Salmon. Meats top the list of favorite entrees and range from Grilled Skirt Steak to the restaurant's special meatloaf. A menu is available for children. There's also a full bar here.
  • Bob Marley—A Tribute to Freedom℠

    6000 Universal Boulevard, Suite 730 Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 224 3663
    Bob Marley, the revered father of Jamaican reggae music, provided the inspiration for this dining spot that's become a popular part of the Universal Orlando® Resort. By night, this place is jamming with Marley's and fellow reggae artists' music, keeping the steel drum beat going strong for dancing. For food, there's a variety of appetizing offerings, such as the Stir It Up Fondue, oxtail stew or the Jamaican favorite ackee and saltfish.
  • Firestone Live

    578 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 872 0066
    Housed in a circa-1929 building that served for 50 years as home to the Firestone Service and Tire Center, this landmark club is now one of Central Florida's largest and best-known dance arenas. Much of the 13,000-square-foot building is dedicated to dance floors and a large stage on which bands perform nightly. Sometimes raucous, the crowd grooves under wild lighting. Saturday features a predominantly gay crowd.
  • the groove℠

    6000 Universal Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 224 2166
    Part of an impressive array of nightlife opportunities at the Universal Orlando® Resort, the groove gets groovin' with three themed lounges designed to appeal to the widest possible variety of party animals. Dance areas represent various historic musical eras ranging from a 70s-style disco, a high-tech futuristic scene and a romantic and sultry red room. Specialty drinks are offered in each area with DJs always keeping the good times going. This spot can appeal to everyone, from those who want to party to those who just want to kick back for a quiet drink and keep their options open.
  • Ming Court

    9188 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 351 9988
    Located just across the bustling Pointe Orlando shopping and dining complex on busy International Drive, Ming Court has been a must-eat for tourists and locals alike for years. From its Asian architecture to its lovely koi pond gardens, Ming Court suggests authenticity from its very first impression and doesn't let you down once you get inside.
  • The Laughing Kookaburra

    1900 Buena Vista Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 827 3722
    Located inside Lake Buena Vista's Wyndham Palace resort next to the popular Outback Restaurant (The), this lounge is a great place to unwind after a long day. Spacious and loud, it invites you to grab a frozen drink or draft beer at the bar and plant yourself wherever you feel most comfortable. In the mood for a little dancing? Grab a table by the huge dance floor and join the fun. Or maybe you'd rather watch the action from above? Head upstairs and grab a seat along the railing of the balcony bar. Either way, talented DJ's during the week or a live, eight-piece band on weekends keep the place jumping.
  • Chillers

    33 West Church Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 649 4270
    Chillers is a nice place to hangout with friends sipping some beer or cocktails. And once you're done with the drinks, head to Latitudes, the bar's own club. Groove to some rock or pop. Sometimes live bands perform here too.
  • Howl At The Moon

    8815 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 354 5999
    After creating waves in Cincinatti, Howl At The Moon has been doing the same in Orlando. A regular haunt for locals since its inception, it's the tunes played on the two centerstage pianos that keep guests highly entertained. A 'Showtime' special is announced every hour, in which employees and guests alike dance to the tunes of popular television shows and commercial jingles. Take your pick from the very innovative drinks menu; while the Sour Apple Martini will make you "pucker up and howl", the Electric Lemonade is "the most ELECTRIFYING cocktail in nightlife entertainment". So come on down and get ready to howl!
  • Sky Sixty

    60 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States
    A hip spot for singles, Sky Sixty is one of Orlando's hottest nightclubs. It's primarily the lighting that lends this club a very stylish look. Shake a leg to some pulsating beats from the DJ's kitty. If you wish to spend some intimate moments, book one of the private cabanas. Tired of your single status? Keep your eyes open while you tuck into some drinks—you just might spot someone special!
  • Dragon Room Orlando

    25 West Church Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 843 8600
    This bar is one of the trendiest hangouts in Orlando. The interiors, done in reddish hues and contemporary lighting, give a modern yet comfortable appeal. Fruity quaffs, cocktails like martini and sangria and a chic lounge area make Dragon Room Orlando a hotspot for singles and others who want to mingle. Nightly specials are a norm. Party with the DJs or reserve a VIP booth for yourself.
  • Latitudes

    33 West Church Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 649 4270
    Nestled on a rooftop, Latitudes is a favorite hangout of the locals. The outdoor ambience is completely dependent on the weather conditions, although the spectacular views of the SunTrust tower and Church Street below make the visit worthwhile. The décor is done up in wood, with tiki torches lighting up corners. The age limit is 21 and above and the dress code casual, attracting both college goers and the business crowd alike. The music is average, though. A full liquor service and a selection of imported and domestic beers are on offer.
  • Independent Bar

    68 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 839 0457
    This tri-leveled nightclub is a growing favorite among the young Orlando crowd, with its three unique bars and two dance floors. There is one main room comprising of a bar and a dance floor, but what makes this nightclub stand out is its outdoor patio bar with its sidewalk cafe-like feel. There is something for everyone at Independent Bar—choose to either experience mad exhilaration with the contemporary music performances by local bands amidst heavy duty light and sound systems, or relax comfortably at the patio bar, which offers a sprawling view of downtown Orlando. Open from Tuesday to Thursday from 10p, Friday to Saturday from 9:30p and on Sunday from 10p.
  • Bosendorfer Lounge

    325 South Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 313 9000
    Voted 'Best Place to Sip Martinis' by the Orlando Business Journal and 'Best Hotel Bar 2002' by Orlando Weekly, Bosendorfer Lounge, located in the Westin Grand Bohemian Hotel, is one of the city's trendiests spots. Its original works of art, more than anything else, make it worth a visit. It also houses a Grand Bösendorfer piano - one of only two in the world. Check out the nightly specials - classics on Tuesdays, blues on Thursdays and contemporary Jazz on Friday and Saturdays. And once you've had your share of art and music, feast on hand-crafted appetizers and specialty cocktails.
  • Backbooth

    37 West Pine Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 999 2570
    There is something for everyone at Backbooth. This place is known for its musical performances and events, which range from theme nights and karaoke nights, to performances by live bands. The music played spans various genres including alternative rock, funk, soul, R & B, jazz, punk, and much more. The bar features a variety of wines, liquors and beers, including Maudite beer, a rare specialty. The bartenders are friendly as well as efficient. The ambiance is vivacious and very conducive to making friends.
  • Roxy

    740 Bennett Road Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 898 4004
    Live it up at Roxy, where the drinks keep flowing and music keeps getting better. The wooden dance floor is waxed perfectly, so that you glide easily as you salsa on Latin Wednesdays. House mixes and hip hop are the music of choice. One dollar drinks are available on Tuesdays. Casual wear is not allowed, although jeans are permitted occasionally. Upstairs, there's a VIP area for members only. Those above 18 are allowed, although 21-and-above is the age requirement.
  • The Social

    54 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 246 1419
    Lauded as Orlando's best entertainment venue for over a decade, The Social hosts a number of musical events that keep it almost always packed. The club is also known as 'the pit', but only in the best sense of the word. Patrons sit or dance in a pit, while musicians play jazz, rock and other types of music on a stage above. The food, which is served with a Southwestern flare, is good, but the martinis, all 27 varieties, are the club's claim to fame. And if you're planning to throw a party or even a corporate event, there could be no better place than The Social. Let the good times roll!
  • Club LAX

    7400 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States
    Miami has the reputation of having the hottest club scene in Florida but in light of Club LAX's impressive ability to bring the heat, it appears Orlando is giving Miami a run for its money. Specializing in Chicago House, Sexy House and Tribal House, as well as Trance, Electronic, Latin, Hip Hop and Soul, this exclusive nightspot has all the important bases covered. The house disc jocks are famous in their own right, but the club also hosts major-label DJs and performers on a regular basis. The sound and lights are an attraction unto themselves and two full bars ensure that everyone stays loose long into the night. See website for calendar of events, online ticketing, VIP reservations, photo galleries and more.
  • Trellises Lounge

    One Grand Cypress Boulevard Orlando, FL 32836 United States - Phone: +1 407 239 1234
    Trellises Lounge is located in Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress Resort. This 18-storied atrium lobby lounge, is embellished with trees, plants and birds, which makes it look like an indoor oasis. Music from the piano adds to the relaxing ambiance. End the evening discussing the day over a cocktail and a plate of something interesting to eat. Trellises is surrounded by many restaurants and bars and can be the place to begin a great evening.
  • Trattoria del Porto

    5601 Universal Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 503 3463
    Italian festivals make for a colorful backdrop for the Trattoria del Porto in Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando Resort. Breakfast, lunch or dinner are fun with good food and courteous service. The tables are set close to the Harbor Piazza and if your are lucky, you could find yourself dining with one of the characters of Universal's Orlando theme park. The music, food and ambiance captures very well the magic of the Mediterranean.
  • Shea's Bar

    2744 West Old US Highway 441 Orlando, FL 32757 United States - Phone: +1 3523837851
    The Shea's bar is a very friendly local-favorite bar that is located around 20 miles northwest of Orlando in Mt. Dora. You will find plenty to do when visiting there. Shea’s has pool tables, video games, darts, several TVs (with special BIG screens for big games), live local bands, and plenty more. A well-stocked package store lies adjacent to the bar offering many special prices on numerous items. Have a great time enjoying watching your favorite sports, playing bar games (including pool tournaments), dancing to live local bands, and more. The staff is very friendly and there are plenty of drink specials, no matter what day of the week it is.
  • Velvet Bar

    5800 Universal Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 888 832 7155
    The Velvet Bar in the Hard Rock Hotel is a music lounge where upcoming artists play looking for a break. The bar specializes in martinis, try the signature pop rocks martini. The monthly cocktail party known as The Velvet Sessions features live music by famous rock bands, interesting cocktails and tasty snacks. The bar is famous with couples and with singles looking to hook up as well. The bar has a very bohemian feel to it but is plush and cozy at the same time. Opens from Monday to Sunday at 4p.
  • Central Station Rock Bar

    100 East Central Boulevard Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 426 8336
    Central Station Rock Bar is a great neighborhood bar that offers a lot of diverse entertainment. Located in downtown Orlando, Central Station Rock Bar is the place the locals go to hangout. A young (or young at heart), happy and relaxed crowd can be found at Central Station Rock Bar rocking out to live national, regional and local bands on most nights of the week. Central Station Rock Bar also has karaoke on Sunday nights. It is Orlando's leading New York styled neighborhood watering hole with a fully stocked bar offering plenty of drink specials served by friendly staff. Central Station Rock Bar is a great place to meet people in downtown Orlando.
  • Bliss Nightclub

    123 West Church Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 849 5060
    Bliss Nightclub is an extraordinarily fashionable venue, the kind of place to go for drinks and dancing in downtown Orlando. With an exclusive VIP club and additional amenities, the lounge is the place to see and be seen. The two-storey club is a flawlessly designed ultra lounge with an interior that offers clear views from every location in the crowd. Expect to be entertained by DJs, live music and special events.
  • Icon

    20 East Central Boulevard Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 649 6496
    Icon in Orlando really stands out in the nightlife scene, with its bi-level space and great vibe. It regularly brings in the best of international DJ and house music. The wraparound bar is a big hit with the regulars here and the dance floor is usually swamped with people jamming to the music. Icon is the place to see and be seen, so head to Icon on East Central Boulevard for the best clubbing in town.
  • Peacock Room

    1321 North Mills Avenue Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 228 0048
    While yellow remains the stand-out color for the lighting, the subtle use of pink and green in its seating and decor makes this nightclub aptly named as Peacock Lounge. Drinks are always available and the music, be it live or through a DJ, remains the lounge's ultimate drawing point. Opened in 2001, the club has soon grown to be a firm favorite amongst Orlando natives, winning various awards for its martini and gallery on show.
  • B.B. King's Blues Club

    9101 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 370 4550
    B.B. King's Blues Club is open for private parties or events. Log on and check for event dates and how you can book tickets. B.B. King's offers Southern food that is mixed with flavors from across the world, and is sure to please your guests. The well trained staff are experts at planning out the events. They have three areas—the patio, mezzanine that overlooks the main stage and a large seating area with live music. The place can accommodate at least a 1000 people. They also have four full service bars, TVs, VIP rooms and a retail store.
  • Jesse Black Saloon

    333 East Oak Ridge Road Orlando, FL 32809 United States - Phone: +1 407 852 9711
    Jesse Black Saloon with an old-time country flavor has the feel of the wild west, while maintaining the modernity of the place. Enjoy a range of music styles from country western to hip hop and a whole lot more. The crowd here includes hippies and bikers and everyone in between. Get on a high and ride the mechanical bull for the ride of your life. Opens from Monday to Sunday at 7p.
  • Vintage Lounge

    114 South Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 649 9982
    Vintage Lounge holds true to its name with all of the antique furnishings including exquisite chandeliers, stunning Italian artwork, hardwood floors throughout, oversized (8 foot) couches, candle lit tables providing numerous intimate places to get up close and personal, and other unique touches that truly bring it all together. This is the place to go in Downtown Orlando for high-energy music and upscale luxuries. Some of the best DJs around provide a wide variety of underground music for all of your dancing pleasures. The bar is fully stocked with more than 80 global wines, 50 vodkas, and more than enough other fine spirits to select from. The Vintage Lounge is definitely one of Orlando's very best.
  • Club Hush

    7552 Universal Boulevard Orlando, FL 32829 United States - Phone: +1 407 248 1973
    Club Hush is located just off International Drive on Universal Boulevard and is the place to go for late night gatherings. This club has an upscale ambiance with the biggest dance floor around, friendly staff, lots of VIP amenities and fabulous entertainment. There is a huge main room featuring two unique bars and an outside patio, but all the fun is happening in the VIP lounge areas. The Moroccan Lounge offers Moroccan design, comfy red velvet couches and hookahs. The White Room presents Italian white leather couches, lighted tables and glass walls for seclusion. The Stage VIP includes black leather couches and overlooks the main stage and dance floor. The Tantra Lounge has red vinyl couches a sake bar and laser light show.
  • Waitiki Retro Tiki Lounge

    18 Wall Street Plaza Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 849 0471
    Waitiki Retro Tiki Lounge is located in the Wall Street Plaza in the heart of downtown Orlando. They are open for lunch and dinner or drinks all day long and have a daily Happy Hour from 4p to 7p. The decor sets the mood with plenty of bamboo, unique woodcarvings, teak flooring, straw thatches, artwork from contemporary tiki artists and an old-fashioned ironwood bar. There is live music from Wednesday through Saturday featuring surf-rock, lounge and reggae sounds, and hula dancers can be seen during special events. The outdoor balconies offer a great view of the surrounding area and the food and drink selections include tropical delights and plenty of specials.
  • Biergarten

    1500 Avenue of the Stars Buena Vista, FL 32830 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 3463
    Biergarten is an authentic German restaurant located in Walt Disney World's Epcot World Showcase German pavilion. It is distinguishable from the outside with an exceptional exterior that is equally matched on the inside as well. Here you can join in the celebration as only the Germans can do. They offer a buffet-style feast of a large variety of homemade German cuisine including all of the favorites, including plenty of meats, salads, desserts and more to choose from. The entertainment is lively and includes bands, yodelers, dancers and other performers. Biergarten has a nice selection of beers and wines and attentive, native-dressed servers. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Vixen

    118 South Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 877 386 7346
    The Vixen bar is located in the heart of Orlando on Orange Avenue. Both classy and casual, this is the place to see and be seen in downtown. Here you will find amazing, weekly guest DJs that supply the perfect melodies. Shades of deep red accentuate the seductive and edgy ambience. The sensual Vixen girls are a sight to behold, and they have a lot more for entertainment in the form of events and a VIP Club. The Vixen is a 21-and-older that honors a dress code and doorman to enforce it. Any one who is looking for a fashionable place to enjoy a drink downtown will not be disappointed here. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • The Venue at UCF

    Gemini Boulevard North Orlando, FL 32826 United States - Phone: +1 407 823 6006
    As a part of the University of Central Florida, The Venue is a sought after place to showcase the best in the entertainment through music. There are shows of the popular artists like Engelbert Humperdinck, Kenny G., Bobby Vinton, The Smothers Brothers and The Spinners. So book your tickets early to get the front row seats and enjoy the music created by the Grammy award winners.
  • Savoy Orlando

    1913 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32804 United States - Phone: +1 407 898 6766
    Savoy Orlando is located in the heart of Orlando. It is gay-owned and operated and one of the best-kept secrets of downtown. Here you will find the most attractive, friendliest and shirtless bartenders serving you some of the finest ultra premium liquors at probably the best prices around. Savoy has incredible fashionable furnishings and includes a large outside patio and garden area and two rooms (bars) offering plenty of entertainment. This consist of great music, pool tables, darts, video games, soft porn on 8 large-screen TVs, nightly dancers, DJs and more. Each day offers a variety of different specialty drinks at extremely low prices and a large assortment of imported and domestic beers to enjoy. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Club LimeLite

    367 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 648 9800
    Club LimeLite is located in the heart of downtown Orlando—and it’s the place to go. Put on your best clubwear to fit in with this trendy crowd. Each night hosts a particular event featuring local area DJs and plenty of drink specials. This ultra hip club has a fully stocked bar and two unique areas to party in. One is for relaxin,g and the other is for dancing partiers. Club LimeLite has a huge dance floor and state of the art sound and lighting systems. The music includes top-40, hip-hop, reggae, house, Latin and Soca rhythms. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Red Coconut Club®

    6000 Universal Boulevard Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 224 2425
    The Red Coconut Club® is located in the heart of Universal CityWalk®. It is a very trendy and hip dance club with a full-service bar, signature martinis and other drinks, gourmet appetizers, great wine selections and a special VIP club. The Red Coconut Club® has two levels to party at with bars, dance areas, private tables, plush couches, an outside balcony with a great view, DJs and live entertainment. It is one of the hottest spots on the famous Universal CityWalk® and is frequented by locals and tourists alike.
  • Club 57 West

    57 West Pine Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States
    Club 57 West is a hip location where talented musicians from every nook and corner of the city gather to play their hit tunes. Open seven days a week, this nightclub is crowded with passionate lovers of music every night. Club 57 West features live musicals, concerts, operas and other musical events on a regular basis. From jazz, reggae, hip hop to punk, the performers at Club 57 West play every genre to ensure the crowd at the club dances to their tunes. Check website for schedule details.
  • Revolution Nightclub

    375 South Bumby Avenue Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 228 9900 / +1 407 228 9911
    Shake your body and flaunt your moves at this really cool and famous nightclub Revolution, which attracts the most happening crowd of Orlando. With the DJ's spinning some awesome music, this place is mostly over-crowded on weekends. Spread over an area of 14,000 square feet, this club also features a spacious outdoor patio, where you can chill out with friends and family. The Majestic Theater and Lounge located at this nightclub hosts some of the best live music concerts, plays and theater performances.
  • Uncle Lou's Entertainment Hall

    1016 North Mills Avenue Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 898 0009
    Sporting a warm and an informal atmosphere, Uncle Lou's Entertainment Hall, is a dive bar that is frequented by the locals throughout the week. Featuring a well-stocked bar that serves the choicest variety of drinks, this bar hosts live music concerts. The evenings could not have been more entertaining and fun-filled.
  • Barn in Sanford

    1200 South French Avenue Sanford, FL 32771 United States - Phone: +1 407 324 2276
    Located north of Orlando in the friendly town of Sanford, The Barn of Sanford is the place to go for great country music and lots of fun activities. Step inside this massive country dance club and take your pick from 9 full-service bars and more than 16,000 square feet of entertainment. Nightly events including dance lessons, Guitar Hero contest, karaoke, mechanical bull-riding, free massages, pool tables, bikini contest, dartboards, Texas Hold'em poker and over 30 TVs spread throughout the two levels. The Barn of Sanford has numerous live concerts and events along with daily drink specials and a VIP club. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Shakers Lounge

    1375 State Road 436 Casselberry, FL 32707 United States - Phone: +1 407 691 8855
    Located northeast of Orlando in the beautiful town of Casselberry, Shakers Lounge is the place to see and be seen. A favorite of dancers of all ages from 21 (must be to enter), put on your best dancing outfit and stop by to check it out. Step inside to the spacious layout filled with dark woods on the floors and walls, low lighting and a huge dance floor. Choose from a seat at the full-service bar or reserve a spot in the VIP area. Entertainment includes trivia games, televised sporting events, contemporary music, live shows, DJs and an art gallery. Free valet is available along with many drink and event specials, offered on various days and times. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Rok Room

    41 West Church Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 321 663 2431
    Hidden away in the Downtown Orlando area on West Church Street behind Antigua, Rok Room offers late night partiers a modern ultra lounge with a touch of “rok” minus the typical attitude. The upscale décor includes plenty of white, special lighting, photos of rock icons, and a top of the line sound system, but you can relax and dress casual at this Orlando hotspot. Rok Room offers an intimate VIP section, one massive bar and a smaller bar in the corner. The music ranges from top 40 to classic rock with no cover charge to get in.
  • Deko Lounge

    12253 University Boulevard Orlando, FL 32817 United States - Phone: +1 561 213 6439 / +1 954 232 9032 / +1 727 858 2920
    Deko Lounge, conveniently situated across from the campus of the University of Central Florida in east Orlando, provides the college crowd a hip place to hang out. The lounge has a state-of-the-art sound system and an amazing light show in addition to a variety of local and guest DJs that push the systems to the max. Outstanding features of this popular high-energy nightclub include a patio area, VIP club, affordable nightly drink specials and 20 flavors of Hookah to choose from. Deko Lounge presents various special events, including Ladies Night, Hip Hop Fridays, Top Shelf Thursday, Bring It Back Fridays and others. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Level Z Nightclub

    4250 West New Haven Avenue Orlando, FL 32904 United States - Phone: +1 321 409 5385
    Level Z Nightclub has a spacious dance floor, a long bar and a friendly staff. Come to dance and meet new people.
  • The Beacham

    46 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 246 1419
    The history of The Beacham dates back to the 1920s, when it was opened as a vaudeville and movie theater, but was closed down and replaced by the Tabu nightclub. However, The Beacham survives and flourishes to re-open in 2011 as a suave nightclub at the same location. Aiming to be an 'intimate' venue, the club shares a doorway with another very popular club, The Social. Together, the venues bring to the city a passel of entertainment, be it great bands, DJs, or interesting club nights. To keep a good image, however, the venue has imposed a strict dress code. So do see the website to plan a visit to The Beacham.
  • Touch at Downtown Orlando

    55 West Church Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 888 455 2634
    Touch at Downtown Orlando offers clubbers a new way to experience a nightclub. Step inside to a fully interactive lounge that features the newest and best technology as never seen before. Touch screens are spread throughout and used by the customers in a variety of interesting ways. Guests can use the screens to order another round of drinks from the bar for everyone at the table, or send messages to people located on the other side of the club. Touch at Downtown Orlando hosts a number of special events throughout the year and features a VIP club. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • HEAT Tandoor & Lounge

    55 West Church Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 321 280 4328
    HEAT Tandoor and Lounge is both a popular fusion restaurant and an exciting dance club located in the heart of the city on Church Street. Stop by for dinner or drinks and live music earlier in the day. As the sun goes down, you can enjoy the venue's daily transformation into a dance club. Beautiful colors are illuminated throughout the modern interior which features standard and high-top tables as well as bar and lounge seating. Outside seating is also available for some great people watching. The menu includes tapas-style cuisine with Indian and international influences. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Club 23

    23 West Church Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 506 9981
    Club 23 is located up a steep staircase in the popular Church Street area of Downtown Orlando. This upscale, sophisticated and trendy nightclub is the place to go to see and be seen by local and national athletes and celebrities. Dress to impress, since stylish attire is required to gain access to the fashionable interior, which offers VIP booth seating and a superior sound system. The club hosts numerous weekly and special events featuring top DJs, and the bar offers a nice selection of specialized cocktails and international drinks.
  • Eye Spy

    54 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 35801 United States - Phone: +1 407 246 1599
    Literally hidden away in Downtown Orlando, Eye Spy is not your typical bar. Gather with some friends and relax inside or go outside where you'll find the dance floor and another bar. However, there are other hidden rooms on the property that have pool tables, pinball machines and couches plus a special photo booth. Beware the hidden cameras, which broadcast whatever happens to be going on in one area to others in another part of the bar.
  • Shine

    25 Wall Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 849 9904
    Shine is located in the popular Wall Street Plaza in Downtown Orlando that is usually closed during the week, and at times is the site of private events. However, the place comes alive from Thursday through Saturday nights when it opens its doors to the public. Here you will find a club ambiance, but not the attitude that is usually attached to it. The layout features two full-service bars, an outdoor seating area, a large dance floor with an elevated stage for more dancers, and a special VIP section positioned above the dance floor. Shine has live music, DJs and a variety of special events scheduled throughout the year. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Suite B Lounge

    50 East Central Boulevard Orlando, FL 32801-2445 United States - Phone: +1 407 246 1750
    Suite B is popular destination for those looking to make a little space for themselves on the dance floor. The best deals strike on Tuesday nights, which feature no cover charge, discounted drinks and a respected selection of DJs, providing a soundtrack for you and your friends to dance the night away. 
  • Vain

    22 South Magnolia Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 835 3590 / +1 407 418 3319(Reservations)

    The night life in any metropolitan city is listed as of it's attractions in tourist descriptions. Vain in Orlando has grown to be one the biggest nightclubs in Florida. It has 4 themed bars that are each different in their own way with distinctive environments. Vain is a dance club and being one the biggest it has high standards that  the club features like the 3D entertainment devices. The ambiance is edgy and trendy. If nightclubs are part of your lifestyle then this is the place to go to.


     
  • Tier Nightclub

    20 East Central Boulevard Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 317 9129 / +1 407 222 9732
    Located in the heart of Downtown, Tier Nightclub offers customers a chance to experience "Another Level of Nightlife." The club has a chic, multi-level (tiered) interior. The lower level is directly on street level, and the upper level is a "top tier" VIP area with its own private entrance. The club features two main bars, three side bars, dance floors, booth seating, bottle service as well as famed DJs and artists. An exceptional sound system and an extraordinary light and laser setup guarantees a good time. The upper tier area offers the VIPs an amazing view of all of the action going on below. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Orchid Lounge at RanGetsu

    901 South Orlando Avenue Maitland, FL 32751 United States - Phone: +1 407 345 0044
    The Orchid Lounge at RanGetsu is located a short trip north of Downtown Orlando and just one mile north of Winter Park Village. It is open in the evenings during some weekdays and on the weekends. The contemporary Japanese restaurant transforms into a hot nightspot for late night fun. The lounge offers guests dining and entertainment elements often found in metropolis settings, such as Tokyo, Miami and Los Angeles. Enjoy a stylish lounge setting featuring amazing lighting and great music. Drink selections include a large variety of wines, beers, sake and other specialty cocktails from the fully stocked bar. Choose VIP booths for an enhanced experience. All guests can order from the sushi bar. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • ICEBAR

    8967 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 426 7555 / +1 407 351 0361
    If you need a place to chill out, ICEBAR is your best bet. Adorned with ice sculptures and cool blue lighting, it promises to awe you. A 45-minute experience, get ready to suit up, enjoy some colorful concoctions and maybe buy some ice art pieces for fun. The adjoining Fire Lounge is where you can thaw yourself out with some hip music and cool drinks.
  • The Attic - Orlando

    68 East Pine Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 403 1161
    A haven for house music on Saturday nights, the Attic is a high-energy club with mass appeal. This club is comprised of two rooms, and features a dance floor in the middle plus VIP booths lined up along the walls. The modern decor and EDM music make this a standout among the college crowd, but the Attic offers something for everyone looking to party.
  • Pulse

    1912 S Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32806 United States - Phone: +1 407 649 3888
    Pulse is a lively club on South Orange Avenue, known for its party atmosphere and ever-grooving dance floor. This gay and lesbian club features three different rooms, titled the Lounge, Candy Bar and the Adonis Room, with nightly specials, including Orlando's most popular gay college night, in effect throughout the week. 
  • Cowboys Orlando

    1108 South Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32805 United States - Phone: +1 407 422 7115
    Cowboys Orlando is not your typical nightclub scene. Devoid of the thumping beats found elsewhere on the dance floor, Cowboys takes things to the deep South with line dancing nights throughout the week. These nights kick off with a lesson, so even if you assume your two left feet will keep you from diving in, the instructors will lead you to think otherwise. Soon enough, you're the belle of the ball.
  • I-Ride Trolley

    7081 Grand National Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 866 243 7483
    If you're staying at one of the many resorts dotting popular International Drive or just need a little break from the footwork, check in to the I-Ride Trolley. The trolleys are wheelchair accessible and their quaint, old-fashioned design features plenty of window seats. Operating daily year-round, the I-Ride Trolley is the way to see the most of I-Drive with the least amount of footwork.
  • Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children

    92 West Miller Street Orlando, FL 32806 United States - Phone: +1 407 649 9111
    Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children is a full service medical facility offering an Emergency room as well as trauma services. One of four hospitals in the United States dedicated to women and children, it provides safety programs to children in three counties. With advanced technologies and highly professional yet warm and friendly staff, this center assures the young ones the best treatment and healing.
  • Florida Hospital

    601 East Rollins Street Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 303 1700
    Full service facility with 2,048 beds on 12 campuses in the Central Florida area. Emergency, trauma, surgery, helicopter transportation. Second largest hospital in Florida.
  • Orlando Regional Medical Center

    1414 Kuhl Avenue Orlando, FL 32806 United States - Phone: +1 321 843 7000
    The hospital is well equipped with emergency air transport, trauma and burn center, 517 beds to ensure complete and thorough care pavingway for easy and fast recovery. Full service medical facility. Affiliates include M. D. Anderson Cancer Center.
  • Silver Spurs Arena

    1875 Silver Spur Lane Kissimmee, FL 34744 United States - Phone: +1 407 677 6336
    The Silver Spurs Arena at Osceola Heritage Park is essentially a rodeo venue. Bucking bulls and bareback broncos, racing barrel horses, crazy rodeo clowns and the nation's top cowboys come here to show off their stuff. What makes this facility unique is the versatile flooring that can be configured to suit any sport or event. So apart from kicking up dust at the rodeo you can click your heels at a live concert as well.
  • Orange County Convention Center

    9800 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 685 9800
    There's lots on offer for the business traveler in the bustling city of Orlando. Whether you want to attend events or hold your own, The Orange County Convention Center is the perfect choice. Ideal for trade shows, conventions, meetings and fairs, it meets all the needs of the business traveler. Equipped with the most modern facilities, its service is also of the highest quality. The center boasts of lecture rooms, an auditorium, a business center as well as dining rooms. It has a unique program for encouraging its employees to perform well. A guest who receives outstanding service may reward the employee with a courtesy coin. Every quarter, those employees who have earned a certain amount of coins, can win several prizes. Most impressive though is the fact that not a dime of tax payers' money has been used for this government-run state-of-the-art center.
  • Champion Stadium

    700 South Victory Lane Kissimmee, FL 34747 United States - Phone: +1 407 939 4263
    A premier venue for spring training baseball, this place is one of the larger and flashier ones. Formerly known as Cracker Jack Stadium, Champion Stadium boasts of a seating capacity of 9,500. Despite its size, spectators are never too far from the action, though the seating can get a bit confining. Open-air luxury seats are also available. It is the spring training home of the Atlanta Braves.
  • Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate

    1500 Masters Boulevard Champions Gate, FL 33896 United States - Phone: +1 407 390 6664
    The most important thing to keep in mind when one chooses a hotel in Orlando is to make sure that it is close to all the famous attractions. The Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate is the best option in the Kissimmee/Orlando area. This luxurious resort, which opened in October 2004, is very close to all the major attractions of Orlando and even offers complimentary shuttle service between the resort and Disney World Theme park. The resort has 720 rooms, two golf courses, an outdoor heated pool (complete with waterslide!), 850-foot (260-meter) lazy river and a fabulous European-style spa. The six restaurants and bar serve different cuisines such as Asian, American and Italian. If you are looking for even further luxury, try staying at one of the two- or three-bedroom villas on the grounds.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    37 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 714 437 5551
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services, such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are, Alliance Business Centers have just what you need.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    5401 South Kirkman Road Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 714 437 5551
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services, such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are, Alliance Business Centers have just what you need.
  • Park 'N Fly Network

    7855 North Frontage Road Orlando, FL 32812 United States - Phone: +1 407 851 8875
    The Park 'N Fly Network is one of the industry's leading on-line booking engines for airport parking. With facilities nation-wide and growing, parking with Park 'N Fly is fast and easy. By booking your airport parking today you have the peace of mind in knowing that a parking space is reserved when you need it. You never have to worry that a location is full, or that the price is too expensive. The Park 'N Fly Network charges no service fees. Their lots are secure, convenient to the airport and have prompt pick-up/drop-off and helpful employees. To begin booking your airport parking simply click on their website and select the Airport that you wish to park from the drop down menu.
  • Joker Marchant Stadium

    2301 Lakeland Hills Boulevard Lakeland, FL 33805 United States - Phone: +1 863 413 4142
    The Joker Marchant Stadium is the Lakeland Tigers' new Spring Training home. Various games and shows are held here periodically. With a capacity to hold more than 8000 people at the same time, this venue is all set to deal with the popularity of the game. Check out the Lakeland Tigers website to find out when your favorite team is going to play here. Make sure to book your tickets well in advance if you want to catch the excitement live!
  • Apple Store

    8001 South Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32809 United States - Phone: +1 407 858 1310
    The Apple Store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in at their store in Florida Mall, to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Apple Store

    4200 Conroy Road Orlando, FL 32839 United States - Phone: +1 407 352 5551
    The Apple Store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • UCF Student Union

    Pegasus Circle Orlando, FL 32826 United States - Phone: +1 407 823 2117
    UCF Student Union is a sprawling building in the campus of the University of Central Florida, serving as a popular campus hangout. Equipped with several meeting rooms that are rented out, student offices and a computer lab, it offers a variety of services and facilities. The Union houses restaurants that dish out every possible cuisine as well as several retail outlets and banking facilities. Recently, the Union building has been a part of the University's 'green' experiments with a part of its roof being converted into a garden which contributes to the beauty of the campus as also reduces energy costs.
  • Bahia Shrine Auditorium

    2300 Pembrook Drive Orlando, FL 32810 United States - Phone: +1 407 660 8811
    The Bahia Shrine Auditorium has a full stage, dance floor, and an area where a banquet, meeting or wedding can be held. Spread over 10,670 sq. ft, it also features a kitchen with catering facilities, built in sound system, mirror ball etc. In addition, the auditorium also sports a picnic pavilion, various other meeting rooms, and a Red Fez room that is open only to Bahia sect members.
  • Bright House Networks Stadium

    4000 Central Florida Boulevard Orlando, FL 32816 United States - Phone: +1 407 823 1000
    Bright House Networks Stadium is a 45,000 seater stadium that is located in the Wayne Densch Sports Complex and inside the campus of University of Central Florida. It has 18 gates, two stadium scoreboards, video display that gives the game statistics, and graphics etc. The stadium's west side has 24 luxury suites accessed by private elevators, a 4,200 sq. ft. club lounge, two roth towers which houses a press box, broadcast suites etc. There are locker rooms, dressing rooms, administrative offices, digital display etc.
  • Dr. Philips High School Gym

    6500 Turkey Lake Road Orlando, FL 32819 United States - Phone: +1 407 355 3200
    All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Dr. Phillips High School firmly believes in this old proverb. Hence this school has established a well-equipped gym in their premises. You can find the health-conscious students here pumping iron or burning extra calories. The school also hosts Men's Volleyball, Tennis, Womens Gymnastics and a variety of sports events to ensure that students participate in some sports activity. All in all, the school assures to introduce a healthy and bright generation of promising students.
  • Thunder Field

    400 South Rio Grande Avenue Orlando, FL 32805 United States - Phone: +1 407 839 3900
    Just across from the Citrus Bowl Stadium, the Thunder Field is a well-known venue. It has played host to many sporting events and is also a popular concert venue. When not hosting an event, this field is used for practices and exercise sessions by sports persons. This well-maintained, manicured, green field is the home to the Orlando Predators football team.
  • Expo Centre Orlando Centroplex

    600 West Amelia Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 849 2001
    Located in Orlando Centroplex, Expo Center is a famous venue for events and programs. The 65,136 sq. ft space comprising of grand ballrooms and seven spacious meeting rooms is ideal for any event-corporate or private. The well-equipped banquet and catering facilities are tailored to suit individual client requirements. And the easy access from nearby attractions makes it convenient for your guests too.
  • Star Taxi

    9388 Sidney Hayes Road Orlando, FL 32824 United States - Phone: +1 866 888 5530
    Star Taxi is a metered service offered by Star Transportation Management Inc. This is one of the various services offered by the company. Their goal is to strive to maintain a high standard with its fleet of well-maintained cars and expert staff. Call them for a pickup or drop to anywhere in Orlando, and you will see that waiting time is almost negligible!
  • Orlando Downtown Recreation Complex

    649 West Livingston Street Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 246 2760
    'Orlando Downtown Recreation Complex' is fondly called as the 'Old Davis Armory' by the locals in the area. It is conveniently located beside the TD Waterhouse Centre. The place offers a gymnasium, a cardio room, a free weights room and nautilus room. It also has a boardwalk, a canoe, facility for fishing and equestrian, swimming, basketball court, camping, inline skating and much more.
  • Studio 32

    3200 West Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32808 United States
    Located in the heart of the city, the Studio 32 is known for hosting a diverse range of events. This upscale setting boasts of stylish interiors and modernized sound and lighting equipments which make every event a special one. Give them a chance to plan an event and you can be sure that it will be a huge success!
  • Ballroom at Church Street

    225 South Garland Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 420 9091
    The Ballroom at Church Street is an imperial venue ideal for any kind of event. Walk into this grandeur to be in awe of the intricately designed interiors that ooze style and elegance from every corner. And to complement this, each space is equipped with high-end sound systems and lighting equipments and flanked by a professional staff. You can host an official event or gather your loved ones for a surprise party. And there could not be a better way to say your wedding vows in this palatial splendor! All in all, every event held here is sure to etch a memorable experience!
  • Northwest Community Church

    5495 Clarcona-Ocoee Road Orlando, FL 32810 United States - Phone: +1 407 578 2088
    Northwest Community Church is not just any other religious sight. This church aims at healing people, spreading the message of oneness and help people reach Christ. The various weekend gatherings, conferences and classes help people value relationships and educates them about the diverse aspects of life. Here, everyday you can witness creativity galore as this place showcases theatre plays, dance shows, dance workshops and other cultural activities. Kids, too, are not left behind at this place, as the church conducts fun-filled summer programs and events for the young tots. So come along and celebrate life!
  • Central Florida Fairgrounds

    4603 West Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32808 United States - Phone: +1 407 295 3247
    Central Florida Fairgrounds is known for hosting a diverse range of events. Overlooking the lakefront, this 87-acre lush landscape encompasses 8,000 parking spaces, 65,000 square feet exhibition space, RV rally specialists and 800 camping spaces with an option of limited or fully electric hook-ups. Whether its a trade show, conference, business meets or private parties and special events, this venue caters to different client requirements. Give them a chance to plan an event and you are assured it would be a successful one.
  • Ticketmaster Retail Outlet

    301 East Pine Street Number 175, Orlando, FL 32801 United States
    Why wait in never-ending queues and waste your time when Ticketmaster is here? You can book tickets for various concerts, plays and performances online, and pick them up at the Ticketmaster Retail Outlet. Don't worry if you don't have internet access, since you can also buy your tickets on the spot! Please check the website for more details.
  • Orlando

    Orlando Orlando, FL 32803 United States - Phone: +1 407 363 5472
    From Walt Disney World and Universal Studios to magnificent beaches and elegant ballets, the city of Orlando has it all. Fulfill your adventurous fantasies at Sea World─its famous water park or take a cultural tour of the city with its sprawling museums, art galleries and theaters. Orlando's swanky nightclubs, gourmet restaurants and cosmopolitan atmosphere cater to one and all.
  • Earl Brighams’ Barbershop

    99 West Plant Street Winter Garden, FL 34787 United States - Phone: +1 407 656 3764
    Earl Brighams’ Barbershop is a very friendly place to go to get a haircut or shave. This good old-fashioned barber shop is located in the downtown area of Winter Garden, a few miles west of Orlando. The exact location of the shop is the first level of the historical Edgewater Hotel (bed and breakfast inn). The shop is owned and operated by Earl Brigham, a pastor from the First Baptist of Central Florida Deaf Ministry. The barber shop resembles a setting right out of the Saturday Evening Post, and was once used as the sight of a Tiger Woods commercial. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Fantasy Surf

    5151 Kyngs Heath Road Kissimmee, FL 34746 United States - Phone: +1 407 396 7433
    Fantasy Surf, an indoor water complex located inside the Fantasy World Resort in Kissimmee, is minutes away from Orlando and all of the local attractions. The facilities provide a surfing and wakeboarding experience for those who might not be able to go out and do the real thing. Water enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels can experience the thrill of riding the waves in this safe and controlled environment. The three-inch sheet of water provides the right conditions for surfing and the padded walls, floors and beach areas keep you safe. All you need to bring is a bathing suit. Fantasy Surf also features an on-site cafe and surf shop. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
  • Orlando Airport Transportation - STAR TRANS

    8445 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 - Phone: +1 407 810 7272
    STAR TRANS provides private transportation in Orlando, FL and statewide, including airport shuttles, and services getting you to and from all of Orlando's top attractions (Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, and more). Call or see the website for more information.
  • Stradley Park

    1857 Rosetine Street Cocoa, FL 32922 United States - Phone: +1 321 633 1874
  • Florida Christian College

    1011 Bill Beck Boulevard Kissimmee, FL 34744 United States - Phone: +1 407 847 8966
  • Four Corners Charter School

    9100 Teacher Lane Davenport, FL 33837 United States - Phone: +1 407 787 4300
  • Baldwin Park Community

    Jake Street & New Broad Street Orlando, FL 32814 United States
  • Dewey O. Boster Sports Complex

    1200 Saxon Boulevard Deltona, FL 32725 United States - Phone: +1 386 789 7218
  • Orlando Sports Campus

    749 South Rio Grande Avenue Orlando, FL 32805 United States - Phone: +1 407 246 2760
  • South Orange Youth Sports Complex

    11800 South Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32824 United States - Phone: +1 407 858 4725
  • Winter Garden Little League

    415 South Park Avenue Winter Garden , FL 34787 United States
  • Lake-Sumter Community College

    9501 U.S. Highway 441 Leesburg, FL 34788 United States - Phone: +1 352 787 3747
  • Dommerich Elementary School

    1900 Choctaw Trail Maitland, FL 32751 United States - Phone: +1 407 623 1407
  • Apollo Elementary School

    3085 Knox McRae Drive Titusville, FL 32780 United States - Phone: +1 321 267 7890
  • Seminole State College Of Florida

    100 Weldon Boulevard Sanford, FL 32773 United States - Phone: +1 407 708 2050 / +1 407 708 4722
  • Indian River City United Methodist Church

    1355 Cheney Highway Titusville, FL 32780 United States - Phone: +1 321 267 7922
  • Park Avenue Baptist Church

    2600 Park Avenue Titusville, FL 32780 United States - Phone: +1 321 269 6702
  • Polk State College

    999 Avenue H Northeast Winter Haven, FL 33881 United States - Phone: +1 863 297 1000
    A provider of higher education in the city of Winter Haven, the Polk State College is a part of the Florida College System. Founded as the Polk Junior College in 1964, it changed its name to Polk Community College, and finally became Polk State College in 2009. An extensive syllabus and a diverse student population is what makes this college an worthwhile educational institution. See the website or call to know more.
  • Elbert Elementary School

    205 15th Street Northeast Winter Haven, FL 33881 United States - Phone: +1 863 291 5364
    Call for timings.
  • Kissimmee Historic District

    South Randolph Avenue Orlando, FL 34741 United States - Phone: +1 407 742 8200 (Tourist Information)
    Designated as a national historic district, Kissimmee Historic District in Florida features family-owned businesses, shops, restaurants and special events that cater to a wide audience, from visitors to residents. The district’s 189 historic buildings give a relaxing and invigorating experience by way of endless activities they provide such as shopping, dining, boating, hiking, golfing and fishing. While a thrilling airboat ride makes you look at the Florida naturescape from a close angle, the hot air balloon takes you to a different altitude of excitement. And then there are water park adventures that add to the family fun. Overall, Kissimmee is a place that gives you year-round bliss.
  • La Grange Church and Cemetery

    1575 Old Dixie Highway Titusville, FL 32825 United States - Phone: +1 321 269 4553
    The La Grange Church and Cemetery is a historic structure located to the north of Titusville. The church was built in 1869 and is considered to be the oldest surviving church in the area. Tours of the church are available on appointment. The church is open to public on the third Saturday of each month from 10 am to 12 pm. Visitors can explore the beauty of the building and get acquainted with the history of the place.
  • Ocoee Christian Church

    15 South Bluford Avenue Ocoee, FL 34761 United States - Phone: +1 407 656 2010
    The Ocoee Christian Church is a historic church that is said to be one of the oldest churches still in use in Florida. This church being affiliated to the Disciples of Christ boasts beautiful architecture. The tall tower with a cross over is a landmark on the street.
  • First Methodist Church of Oviedo

    263 King Street Oviedo, FL 32765 United States - Phone: +1 407 365 3255
    Oviedo in Florida is home to the splendid First Methodist Church of Oviedo. Located on Kings Street, it offers Sunday worship at 8:00a, 9:30a and 11:00a respectively. The church building is a city landmark of tremendous historic significance. It was added to the prestigious National Register of Historic Places on July 18, 2007.
  • First United Methodist Church

    101 West Dakin Kissimmee, FL 34741 United States - Phone: +1 407 847 3700
    The Kissimmee vicinity in Florida is embellished with a marvelous worshiping avenue in the form of the renowned First United Methodist Church. It accurately sites at 215 East Church Street. The monumental church site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Church also arranges for a magnificent school as well as child care. It is a great place to worship the lord and indulge in spirituality. The schedule for worship timings and other organized activities can be availed through their official website. 
  • Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

    2201 Spring Lake Road Fruitland Park, FL 34731 United States - Phone: +1 352 787 1500
    Situated across the Spring Lake Road, the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church was constructed way back in the 1880s era. This Carpenter Gothic church welcomes one and all; it conducts programs for youth, women and so forth. Check website for details.
  • St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church

    414 Pine Street Titusville, FL 32796 United States - Phone: +1 321 267 2545
    The St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church is a historic church building established in 1887. Built with the Carpenter Gothic style of architecture, it became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. The congregation continues to hold services even today.
  • Amaya Papaya

    3385 South US Highway 17/92 Casselberry, FL 32707 United States - Phone: +1 407 339 7529
    Amaya Papaya is closed for 1 hour everyday. Check website for exact timings.
  • 24 Hour Fitness - Orlando Orange Super Sport

    15 West Crystal Lake Orlando, FL 32806 United States - Phone: +1 321 558 1292
    In sunny Orlando Florida, Orlando Orange Super Sport is a 24 hour gym and training facility. The huge complex features several ways to stay healthy and de-stress from cardio, free weights, steam room, lap pool as well as personal training areas. With professional trainers available for sessions, group cycling classes and more, it’s easy to stay fit. The convenient hours means that no matter how late you get at work, you don’t have to miss out on your fitness regime. At affordable monthly fees of USD 49.99 it’s a good option to check out for your fitness requirements. For additional details, visit the website.
  • St. James Catholic Cathedral

    215 North Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 United States - Phone: +1 407 422 2005
    Orlando’s first Catholic church, the St. James Catholic Cathedral parish can date it’s beginning to the year 1885. Over the years the church has seen several changes, including changes in location and the building which has undergone significant alterations over the years. The current structure dates back around 50 years to 1952. Notable features include the beautiful Rose window, impressive stone front and the majestic Wicks organ. Sunday Mass is held in three languages, in keeping with the diverse congregation, English, Spanish and Creole. English Mass is held at 7.30am, 9:00am, 10:30am and 5:00pm; Spanish Mass at 12:15pm and Kreole Mass at 6.30pm. Besides this services, prayer meetings and confession takes place at varied timings. For details, visit the website.