Orlando Entertainment At Night
By Neil Stewart
Nightlife in Orlando and the surrounding areas is certainly not boring. The word boring is never used in this part of the world. Having spent a tiring day at one of the many theme parks or attraction’s in Orlando you’d be forgiven for wanting to have an early night to recover – right. Well actually wrong. You may be tired and have blistered feet but one things for sure – it’s time to head out and party.
Now partying here in Orlando takes all shapes and forms. There’s the many night clubs and lively bars to enjoy or maybe you prefer to eat and relax with your family in one of the hundreds of themed restaurants dotted around Orlando.
Dinner shows are very popular in Orlando with shows like Medieval Times and ‘Capone Dinner and Show’.
International Drive in Orlando has an array of fascinating restaurants and bars to enjoy. You’ll find that many of these bars have a theme to them. This is not just themed around the type of food they serve (Mexican for example). It’s more of a wider theme for instance if you visit Cafe Tu-Tu Tango, you’ll be surrounded by artists painting live in front of you while you eat, or fire eaters performing feet away. There’s the new Ice Bar on International Drive where everything is (yes you guessed it ) made of ice.
Universal Orlando has its own entertainment area called Universal City Walk with loads of colourful restaurants and bars including the famous Bubba Gump Shrimp Company. Universal Orlando is conveniently situated on Universal Boulevard which is beside International Drive.
Walt Disney World has plenty of nightlife happening as well with its own area called Downtown Disney. It features huge eye catching restaurants with something for all tastes. We’d highly recommend T Rex with its life size Dinosaur’s which come to life. Kids and adults alike will love it.
Don’t forget to check out Kissimmee old town on a Friday and Saturday night. Here you’ll see a parade of custom cars and motorbikes plus live bands and plenty of fun. The most amazing part about visiting Kissimmee is the way it transports you back in time to the 1950’s. Yes you see this part of town (called Old Town funnily enough) has still got all the old 1950’s style shop fronts plus the sounds of the era playing from speakers as you walk past. A must see.
So that’s just a snippet of what Orlando has to offer in way of Nightlife.
Orlando definitely is fun during the day and one hell of a part at night.
For more information on all of Orlando’s entertainment and Theme Parks please visit our main site http://www.stoporlando.com. You’ll be able to discover where to eat and what to do and of course what not to do.
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