Orlando’s Nightlife Spots

It is hard to think of Orlando and not imagine enjoying some family time at Disney World, but relocating to Orlando doesn’t mean adults will have to hang up their dancing shoes. Orlando has a vibrant nightlife that is worth exploring when the kids are tucked in for the night.


World of Beers

If you thought Epcot was impressive, try visiting the World of Beers. The 21-and-up crowd will enjoy the seemingly endless variety of beverages offered at one of Florida’s most interesting bars. Everyone from the social drinker to beer experts will find some new and interesting in World of Beer’s extensive collection of craft beers.


Howl at the Moon

Anyone seeking a night of energy and entertainment will want to swing by Howl at the Moon, the nationally recognized dueling-piano bar. Bring your friends and sing along to pop and rock favorites in this interactive karaoke-on-steroids experience. Howl at the Moon specializes in entertaining party guests for events like bachelorette parties, birthdays, and unforgettable corporate events.


Universal City Walk

Those looking for an evening of unforgettable scenery will want to check out the Universal City Walk. The 30-acre entertainment complex is packed with more fun than anyone could fit into one evening. From movie to concerts, snacks to fine dining, the City Walk is an impressive destination for the casual date or the most romantic memories.


King’s Bowl

King’s Bowl Orlando is a great place to take your date or an entire group of party-people! The atmosphere transports you into the life of style with it’s lights, decor, and neo-disco balls. King’s Bowl offers bowling, billiards, and even a full outdoor bocce ball court. For those wanting to stay up on their sports and entertainment news, King’s Bowl also has over five dozen giant flat-screens to keep you in-the-know.

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