Ever since Church Street Station closed for an endless refit, Orlando's reigning street of sin has been Wall Street, a block of eight drinkeries geared to a...more
The thump of music from underground turns passersby on to this retro subterranean lounge a few steps from Lake Eola in Thornton Park. The low cavernlike...more
The skinny jeans–and-Converse crowd—and plenty of old school rock 'n' roll types, too—queue around the block to buy tickets whenever a major...more
Until recently, Sky60 was just another wannabe posh club, distinguished by flowing white fabrics and interior cabanas perfect for giving small groups an insular...more
Not everyone knows it, but Orlando is the site of the world's largest gay entertainment complex, which comprises five bars, a theater, a 130-room motel, and a...more
To call this nightlife complex fronting a lake near downtown Orlando a gay bar is selling Mr. Sisters short. On any given night, you're likely to find a crowd...more
Situated on a promenade between Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios, the world's largest Hard Rock Café adjoins this live-music venue. Its...more
No one goes to the Enzian just for a movie, although it's possible. This unique institution's patio bar, made of Brazilian walnut and shaded by Spanish moss,...more
Tourists in Orlando usually party at theme park–linked complexes like Downtown Disney or Universal's CityWalk, or along International Drive's tacky,...more
The CityWalk entertainment plaza is notably hipper than the tame offerings at Disney's Pleasure Island. An outpost of New Orleans mainstay Pat O'Brien's ladles...more
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