Vinyl Arts Bar blends nightlife and the arts scene in downtown Orlando’s burgeoning North Quarter district.
Hidden from the street, Herman’s Loan Office is worth the search for a quiet spot to drink and talk.
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Mills Avenue newcomer The Guesthouse introduces itself to the neighborhood.
Gaming culture is mainstream in Orlando, especially when it comes to nightlife.
Pub crawls take revelers on a tour of local watering holes.
Beer and wine bar The Thirsty Topher wins patrons over with hidden charm.
At craft beer bar Tap & Grind, local is the focus.
5 things to love about Barley & Vine Biergarten.
Check out these 5 free open mics and reading series events, where audiences can experience the raw authenticity of writers, poets and soapbox orators.
Vanity nightclub brings a new style code to downtown.
Cooler nights are here, meaning it’s a perfect time for couples and families to enjoy movies under the stars.
Orlando locals step back into the Prohibition era because clandestine meeting spaces are always cool.
Orlando’s nerd culture blooms with help from nightly local events.
With craft beer and whiskey, Eternal Tap finds its place on Church Street.
I-Drive’s art bar, DRIP, is painting the town red. Literally.
Whether you’re celebrating or sulking, these five bars are prime choices for some after-football fun.
New downtown concept blends lounge, restaurant and package store in one cool space.
At Bananas, drag queens upstage late-night dining.
A hub of activity, Colonial TownPark gives Lake Mary life after dark.
Is the timing right for Tier, an ultralounge concept? Only time will tell.
One80, the top-level indoor-outdoor nightclub at the Amway, heightens downtown’s nightlife experience.
On Monday nights at the Grand Bohemian, acclaimed jazz musicians show up and play for the love of their art.
Multifaceted craft-beer pub gives customers room to express themselves.
Two downtown lounges—NV and Rok Room—are inconspicuous by their presence.
Price tags on the décor might lead you to believe that The Imperial is trying to sell more than beer and wine.