9435 Delegates Drive, Orlando, FL, US, 32837
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Bars et cafés
Whether traveling for business or pleasure, anyone who needs a moment can come here for respite. Located in the Sheraton Orlando Downtown Hotel, Spectators Bar and Grill is a great and relaxed place to kick back, have a drink, and zone out while watching sports.
The Boheme is part of the Grand Bohemian Hotel located in downtown Orlando. The extraordinary artwork, luxurious furnishings, and spectacular entertainment will impress you for sure. The abundant array of scrumptious delights will leave you longing for more—if you have the room! The Boheme is truly in a class of its own and one of the few AAA Four-Diamond restaurants in Orlando. It is the perfect destination for a business luncheon, important gathering, or a romantic dinner just for two. If you are looking for an elegant gourmet feast or merely drinks at a fully stocked bar that includes an extensive wine selection, then the Boheme is the place you should go.
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.
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
Situated in the popular Church Street area of Downtown, The Rusty Spoon provides a casual, yet upscale setting for drinks at the full-service bar. Or, if you desire, there is a complete sit-down meal for lunch or dinner in the spacious dining room that features a menu with a unique local touch. The cuisine at this gastro pub is a combination of American food created with a European flare. All of the food is from local Florida farmers, including herdsman that only feed their livestock natural diets and hydroponically grown produce. The walls are decorated with pictures taken at some of the various farms. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
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.
Mako's on Church Street is a busy nightspot with DJs playing an eclectic mix of music. The waitstaff is friendly and energetic, dressed in short kilts—a reason for many to frequent this place. The music is really loud—definitely not recommended if you have a weak heart. The dance floor seems spacious when empty but evokes claustrophobia once the jiving starts. Service at the bar is slow, sometimes it's because the bartenders themselves are drunk. Visitors to Mako's always have good things to say about the DJ. If music is your thing, you shouldn't miss this place.
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.
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.
Cleo’s Lounge, located in the downtown area of Orlando, offers a more relaxed, laid-back place to get together with friends for a cold one than the typical upscale lounges in the area. The interior is divided into two large sections, which features pool tables, dart games and a jukebox in one room and tables, a dance floor, flat-screen TVs and a bar in the other room. Cleo’s Lounge also has a few tables outside that offer customers a great place for people watching. Entertainment includes rotating DJs and various special events. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Positioned in the center of the Church Street District in Downtown Orlando, Baby Grand’s Dueling Piano Bar provides lively entertainment, and no two nights are the same. Grab a seat, order a drink, put in your song request, and get ready for some adult-oriented entertainment. Audience participation is encouraged. A great light show accompanies the piano players, and the other workers get involved in the entertainment, too. Baby Grand’s Dueling Piano Bar offers customers all types of specialty drinks, rotating daily drink specials as well as tasty food choices including appetizers, salads, wings, wraps, sandwiches, burgers and dessert. This is the definitive place to go for food, drinks and dynamic entertainment downtown. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Hamburger Mary's Bar & Grille is situated in the heart of downtown Orlando at historical Church Street Station. This place is very vivid, retro and full of fun. The bubbly, buxom blonde "Mary" character blends well with the exciting atmosphere found here. The selection of food includes sandwiches, salads, nachos, wings, desserts, and, of course, numerous specialty burgers and plenty more to choose from, too. Hamburger Mary's Bar & Grille has a fully stocked bar with many drink deals, several large flat screen TVs showing music videos or sports and lots of exceptional events going on all year long. It is also a well-known place for people watching. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis