Suburban Extended Stay Hotel Orlando North
210 N. Oxford Road
Casselberry, FL 32707
Phone: (407) 265-7699
Fax: (407) 265-0291
Salles de spectacles
AMC Altamonte Mall has 18 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website. After all, nothing could be better than watching with the latest flick, with your family and friends.
The Picture Show at Altamonte is offering incredibly low ticket prices to late run movies in theatres. For those willing to wait a couple months to see a movie in theaters, Picture Show offers a $1.50 for regular tickets, 75-cent matinee tickets, and 50-cent tickets every Tuesday.
The Enzian Theater is one of the only places in Central Florida where you can eat, drink, and enjoy a film all at once. The Enzian shows an array of different flicks - everything from classics, to arthouse and foreign films - and serves up a menu of tasty fare. Try the perennial favorite buffalo wings, stick with a classic and grab a bucket of popcorn, or get fancy with the truffle parmesan fries. The Enzian also occasionally hosts outdoor screenings, where you and your pals can grab a beer and relax on the lawn, all while enjoying a movie.
This multiplex has several screens for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website.
Officially founded and established by Mrs. Helen Morse, the Woman's Club of Winter Park stands as a celebrated woman's club avenue. It is precisely situated in the Winter Park region of the U.S. State of Florida. The establishment organization of the club house dates back to 1915. Occupying immense historical significance, the site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Presently, it also is a constituent member of the renowned Winter Park Chamber of Commerce.
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.
Come to this nation wide comedy club! Visit any location, you are guaranteed a good time.
Starting off as a modest production house and staging two of the Bard's plays around two decades ago, the Orlando Shakespeare Theater today has a permanent house to feature an entire catalog of Shakespeare's works. The 50,000 square foot complex houses various theaters with a seating capacity of 300. Aside from staging the works of the Bard through 29 in-house productions, adaptations of prominent books are also undertaken such as Robinson Crusoe, A Christmas Carol, Dracula and Frankenstein.
East End Market is a platform for showcasing culinary skills, where leading artisans, chefs, producers, food suppliers and entrepreneurs collaborate to sell their creations. It is situated in a two-story cottage that houses numerous restaurants, grocers and delicatessens. The shops stock a variety of teas, coffees, cheeses, meats and sauces from diverse countries and there are also merchants selling potted plants. This market has an incubator kitchen for budding entrepreneurs who cannot as yet afford their own kitchen for running their food-related businesses. Another kitchen is available for hire for chefs who wish to conduct cooking classes. Keep an eye out on their website for events like gardening and cooking classes, yoga workshops and book fairs, suited for both adults and children.
Visit the Dr. Phillips CineDome at the Orlando Science Center for the ultimate movie experience. Sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand, and enjoy a sci-fi or nature flick on the giant dome screen with family or friends. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call.
Opened on 9th October, 2003, the Orlando Repertory Theatre is meant for the young crowd as well as families. It holds many plays, classes, camps, and offers performance opportunities for young artists. ThisLearn place promotes reading, literacy, and verbal skills through the use of books and plays as literature.
Don't judge The Dungeon by its outside appearance - it looks like nothing more than an old barn or warehouse, but the inside is a different story and is one of the nicer venues to enjoy local Orlando bands. The Dungeon has a stage with an open dance floor setup on one side and a full-length bar on the other to keep your legs and arms moving to the music. You'll also find a few tables inside and some available for outside seating as well. Unlike the music venues you're used to, The Dungeon has clean restroom, which will keep the female crowd happy. The bartenders are always friendly and attentive, but one of the few drawbacks is that they only serve beer. The music varies from different genres, so be sure to check their webpage for more information.�Check out The Dungeon and spend an evening rocking out to live music in Orlando!