Downtown

Downtown Orlando is filled with places to eat, things to do, and a variety of events for all ages. Children can visit the museums, libraries, and parks downtown, while adults can check out a new Orlando restaurant, upscale bar, or art gallery. Visitors and locals who attend Amway Center events can find a plethora of exciting before and after party spots downtown. Orlando's urban landscape is a great place to explore before a concert or show. Working in Downtown Orlando comes with the perks of being close to all the action, with lots of available venues for a work lunch, business meeting, or corporate outing.

The Courtesy

(407) 450-2041
114 N. Orange Ave.
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Serving only the best craft cocktails!

Once you find the door, you better know the password, or you're standing outside.

The first rule of Hanson's is ...

Written October 4th, 2013 by Diana Mainieri

... You don't talk about Hanson's. Visitors need the daily password to gain entrance into this downtown Orlando speakeasy. But first you have to find it.

The Hyppo

(321) 348-7677
431 E. Central Blvd
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Groumet popcicles ranging from fruity, to sweet, to spicy, all made from fresh ingredients and local produce!

Tijuana Flats — South Downtown

(407) 859-6190
3154 S. Orange Ave.
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Don't forget to try the famous hot sauce bar at this popular Tex-Mex eatery!

The Book of Mormon runs at Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre through Nov. 10.

Tomorrow is a Latter Day!

Written October 30th, 2013 by Diana Mainieri

LOL doesn't even begin to cover how hysterically awesome The Book of Mormon is! Do NOT miss this vulgar-tastic show!

Urban Flats Restaurant & Wine Bar — Downtown

(321) 251-4578
55 W. Church St.
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Home of the fresher, healthier, more delicious flatbread!

VAiN Nightclub

(407) 318-4668
22 S. Magnolia Ave.
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Downtown Orlando's largest nightclub has three stories with three distinct environments, and four themed bars.

Vixen Bar

(407) 649-0000
118 S. Orange Ave.
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This Orlando favorite is all about girl power and laid-back libations.

Vote for Lake Eola to be "America's Favorite Park!"

Written July 1st, 2013 by Alex

You could win a $100,000 grant for Lake Eola in Downtown Orlando! Learn how you can earn points for Lake Eola to help them become "America's Favorite Park!"

Each year, thousands of people visit Orlando Museum of Art to see the Council of 101's Festival of Trees.

Walking in a Winter Wonderland

Written November 17th, 2013 by Diana Mainieri

One of Orlando's most popular holiday events, Council of 101's Festival of Trees brings thousands of people to the Orlando Museum of Art.