Dining, Entertainment, and Nightlife...
With more than 4,300 restaurants dining in Orlando is like a whirlwind trip around the world and your InnHouse vacation home is close to them all! From all you can eat buffets and favorite chain restaurants, to casual dining and nouveau bistros, there is something for everyone, every taste, and every price. There are a large number of restaurants that rate within the top 3% on the zagat scale.
Restaurant Row: Don't miss the area of Sandlake Road to the west of Interstate 4. The area's fabled Restaurant Row is home to many of the hottest restaurants in town, from casual, to funky, to upscale, whatever you are in the mood for you can find it all.
Lake Eola and the Thornton Park Neighborhood: Nestled in the heart of downtown Orlando is the beautiful Lake Eola. Take a stroll around the beautifully landscaped grounds or rent a swan boat for a relaxing trip around the lake. To the south and east of Lake Eola is the urban neighborhood of Thornton Park with it's unique shops and fashionable restaurants. Lake Eola is home to the Walt Disney Amiptheater and is the starting point for the annual Citrus Bowl Parade.
Downtown Nightlife: After dark downtown Orlando comes alive with cool clubs, interesting bars, and unique restaurants. Most of the bars and clubs are concentrated along Orange Avenue between Church Street and Washington Street. Many other places can be found along both Central Avenue and Pine Street (which both cross Orange Avenue) in the area between Garland and Magnolia Avenue. In addition the area along Church Street from Orange Avenue to Church Street Station is worth checking out.
Disney Springs: Nestled along a beautiful Lake Buena Vista lagoon the area is made up of; the Marketplace, The Landing, West Side, and The Town Center. Parking is free and getting there is easy.
The Marketplace: Originally opened as Disney Village this quaint shopping area has always been a favorite place to while a way an afternoon. The Marketplace is a popular open-air shopping spot with 26 shops featuring everyone's favorite mouse and all of his pals. Between shopping visitors can listen to entertainment on an outdoor stage, or dine at one of its popular themed restaurants. The Marketplace is also home of the Rainforest Cafe.
The Landing: A quaint waterfront shopping and dining location that celebrates Florida beautiful seaside history. Stop by the Irish "Pub" and Restaurant Raglan Road. Take a pre-historic dining adventure to T-Rex Cafe. Fulton's Crab House serves fresh seafood flown in daily for lunch and dinner. Set in an authentic riverboat replica docked on the waterfront, this restaurant features over 50 fresh seafood selections, as well as non-seafood specialties. At Portobello sample regional Italian cuisine for lunch and dinner. Select from the award-winning wine list to pair with the authentic flavors of Italy found in signature pizzas and pasta dishes. Paradiso 37 serves lunches and dinners of North, Central and South American cuisine. This restaurant features signature frozen margaritas, an extensive tequila bar and offers nightly entertainment. When you are done eating take to the skies with Characters in Flight balloon ride and get a beautiful ariel view of Orlando.
West Side: Home of shopping and dining venues. West Side is also home of a 24 screen movie theater, the House of Blues, Cirque du Soleil, Wolfgang Puck Cafe, the Coca Cola Store and soon to be home of the Planet Hollywood Observatory. Not to be missed!
The Town Center: The heart of Disney Springs. Nestled along the namesake Springs, the Town Center offers many well known retailers and unique restaurants. Brands include Anthropologie, Sephora, L'Occitan, Tommy Bahama, Pandora, UGG, Johnston and Murphy, ZARA, Kate Spade and more.
Universal's CityWalk: One of Orlando's hot spots for entertainment. This 30 acre complex is home to a mix of live music, great theme restaurant venues, fine dining, nightclubs, a wide variety of exciting and innovative shopping experiences, state of the art movies and more. CityWalk features such big names as; Blue Man Group, Hard Rock Live, Emeril's, Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville, Bubba Gump's Shrimp Co., Pat O'Brien's, the Toothsome Chocolate Emporium, NBC Sports Grill and Brew, and Bob Marley a Tribute to Freedom.
Pointe Orlando: Located on International Drive offers upscale dining and shopping in exclusive stores and also features a 21-screen movie theater. This 450,000-square-foot, multi-level complex has emerged from a major renovation better than ever with outdoor dining, courtyards, and beautiful landscaping. Pointe Orlando is home to the Capital Grille, Tommy Bahama Cafe and Emporium, the Oceanaire Seafood Room, ICE Bar, Blue Martini, and BB Kings Blues Club.
Artegon Marketplace Orlando: Located on International Drive, just North of Kirkman Road. Artegon Marketplace Orlando features over 200 artisans, retail, restaurants, a farmers market and more. Inspired by the great marketplaces in the U.S. and from around the world, such as Pike Place, Faneuil Hall, Chelsea Market, Reading Terminal and Greenwich Village, Artegon Marketplace is a showcase destination where an eclectic atmosphere will create lasting memories and become a visit destination. Artegon Marketplace also features Cinemark Theaters, Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, Sheplers Western Wear, Ron Jon Surf Shop, Toby Keith's I Love this Bar and Grill, the Berghoff, and the Putting Edge.
Your InnHouse vacation home is the perfect spot to begin your culinary adventure through Orlando's many restaurants!
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