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SunRail offers service every 30 minutes during rush hours, and 1-2 hours in the midday and evenings between DeBary and Sand Lake Road . Saturday service is available during certain major events. The bus system is generally more efficient for reaching most places throughout Orlando.

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The Go Orlando Card [130] is very useful, and can save significant amounts of money. However, there is so much to do in Orlando that planning a trip itself can become stressful. To alleviate much of this stress, there are ticket packages available for multiple parks, and can not only help plan a trip but save significantly on admission costs. The Orlando FlexTicket [131] offers a few different package options that could be critical to your stay.

Although the FlexTicket does not cover any Disney Theme Parks, purchasing these in advance is also not only cost-effective, but can ensure you get everything out of your trip that you are looking for. Using Disney's Website directly [132] allows you to personalize your own vacation. Using the Park Hopper option allows maximum exposure to all Disney Parks.

Gardens and parks [ edit ] Arboretum, University of Central Florida, 4000 Central Florida Blvd, +1 407-823-3146, [133] . An arboretum and botanical garden covering 80 acres (32 hectares), containing more than 600 species of plants (including more than 100 bromeliads) in cultivated gardens. Its cultivated areas currently include a Conservatory Compound, a Bromeliad Sanctuary, Cycad Garden, Fern Garden, Palm Collection, Rose Garden, Swamp Habitat, and Wetland Plants Display. Free. Harry P. Leu Gardens, 1920 N Forest Ave, +1 407-246-2620, [134] . Beautiful landscaped gardens and lakes set in nearly 50 acres of land, featuring flora gathered from around the globe since 1936, including the largest rose garden in Florida and America's largest camellia collection outside of California. The Leu House, Harry P. Leu's former home set within the grounds and dating back to the 1880's, has tours every 30 minutes around its museum illustrating Florida living at the turn of the 20th century (closed during July). You can get married in several locations in the gardens and there are special events held throughout the year. The gardens are open from 9AM - 5PM daily except Christmas Day. Last garden admission is at 4PM. Admission $7 (free Mondays, 9AM-noon). Historic Bok Sanctuary, 1151 Tower Blvd, Lake Wales, +1 863 676-1408, [135] . The Bok Sanctuary features acres of intricately landscaped gardens filled with an exotic array of flowers and trees. The gardens are home to a colony of wood ducks and many other wild birds. In the middle of the gardens sits the Bok Tower, with its 60-bell carillon playing music daily at 3PM. 8AM-6PM daily with last admission at 5PM. Visitor Center 9AM-5PM daily. Admission $18. Mead Botanical Garden, 1500 S. Denning Drive, Winter Park, FL 32789, [136] . The Mead Botanical Garden features a large amount of open space and beautiful scenery. Many different events, weddings, and camps are hosted here. 2015 was the 75th anniversary of the garden. Admission $18 is located north of Orlando just off 17-92 Museums [ edit ] Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art — Houses the world's most comprehensive collection of the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) including Tiffany art glass, leaded-glass windows, lamps, jewelry, pottery, paintings, and the chapel interior he designed for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. The Museum's holdings include a major collection of American art pottery and representative collections of late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century American paintings, graphics, and decorative arts. $3 adults, $1 students, and free for children under 12. Free between 4PM-8PM Nov-Apr each F. Cornell Fine Arts Museum,1000 Holt Ave, Winter Park, +1 407-646-2526, [137] . Rollins College. Features items from Cornell's renowned permanent collection. Tu-F 10AM-4PM, Sa Su noon-5PM. $5. The Orlando Museum of Art — [138] Ongoing exhibitions of American portraits and landscapes, American impressionist works, and art of the ancient Americas. The Orlando Science Center — [139] A 207,000 ft² (19,000 m²) hands-on learning center with hundreds of interactive exhibits for visitors of all ages. Images surround visitors on the giant screen of the Dr. Phillips CineDome. Other attractions include the Body Zone, teaching health and fitness, as well as an observatory. The center has the largest refracting telescope in Florida. Orange County Regional History Center [140] , 65 E Central Blvd, +1 407-836-8500, toll free +1 800-965-2030. Features exhibits and artifacts from the earliest days of the region to the modern day. Includes information on everything from the time of the Seminole Indians to the founding of the city to the Civil Rights era to the Disney period to today. M-Sa 10AM-5PM, Su noon-5PM. $9-12. International Trolley and Train Museum — Features 14 model railroad trains with sound and lighting traveling through an indoor garden with 12 ft (4 m) high mountains, waterfalls, and more than 30 trestles and tunnels. Also on display are toy trains from the 1920s to the present. Visitors can catch a ride in a California Victorian-style half open/half closed trolley or the 5/8-scale replica of an 1880 locomotive (a Mason Bogey) with its passenger cars. Ripley's Believe It or Not! Orlando Odditorium — 8201 International Dr, +1 407-363-4418, [141] . Located in a building artfully constructed to appear as if it were collapsing to one side. Visitors can explore bizarre artifacts, strange collections, weird art/hobbies (for example, check out the 3/4-scale model of a 1907 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost automobile made entirely of matchsticks and glue), and interactive exhibits in sixteen odd galleries. Seriously schlocky, yet fun. Do [ edit ] [ add listing ] Revolution: The Off Road Experience , [2] . Offers 4-wheeling, 4x4, dune buggying and more.   edit Enzian Theater , [3] . A cinema for the indie/alternative crowd that also offers food and alcoholic beverages.   edit Discovery Cove , [4] . A 30-acre tropical retreat with beaches, snorkeling and relaxation.   edit Black Hammock Airboat Rides ( Black Hammock Adventures ), 2356 Black Hammock Fish Camp Road ( From Disney/Kissimmee: Go North on Toll Road 417 to exit 44. Turn right on State Road 434 and drive 1 mile to Black Hammock Ln. Turn left and follow the signs to Black Hammock Recreation Area. ), ☎ 4073651244 , [5] . Black Hammock Airboat Rides includes a tour of Lake Jesup and Bird Island. Lake Jesup is known for hosting one of the largest alligator populations in all of Florida. Attraction features a free wildlife exhibit, airboat rides, a lakeside bar, on-site restaurant, gift shop and marina.   edit Disney VIP Tours , 2028 Crosshair Cir. Ste 103 , ☎ 4077162555 , [6] . 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM . Private guided VIP tours at Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL.   edit La Nouba by Cirque du Soleil , Downtown Disney , ☎ 407 939 7328 , [7] . Tuesday through Saturday at 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m . La Nouba is a popular show by Cirque du Soleil at Walt Disney World Resort   edit Major Attractions [ edit ]

Orlando is one of the biggest tourist destinations because of the nearby theme parks and resorts. About 35 minutes southwest of downtown Orlando is the world famous Walt Disney World . Close to International Drive is Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld Orlando. Not far from Disney World lies the Alligator Capital of the World: Gatorland.

Walt Disney World , ( 18 mi S of downtown in Lake Buena Vista ), ☎ +1 407-939-5277 , [8] . Hours vary by park and season . The largest theme park resort in the world features four theme parks, two water parks, a shopping and dining district, multiple hotels, and other various recreation activities. Magic Kingdom: The first and largest park features both classic Disney attractions like Big Thunder Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean, Peter Pan, and Space Mountain and new experiences based on popular Disney characters like Snow White, Beauty and the Beast, and Little Mermaid. Epcot: Walt Disney's dream of an experimental community of tomorrow is alive in this park that combines a Future World and a World Showcase offering attractions that let you Soar over the globe on Soarin', build and test your own car on Test Track, journey to the bottom of the sea with Nemo and Friends, or immerse yourself in the culture of 11 different countries. Hollywood Studios: A park celebrating the magic of Hollywood. Popular attractions include The Tower of Terror, Rock'n'Rollercoaster, Toy Story Mania, Star Wars, Frozen, and the Fantasmic night show. Animal Kingdom: Come face to face with live animals from Africa, Asia, and more at this park which also includes high tech thrill rides like Expedition Everest and family fun like the Festival of the Lion King.   edit Universal Orlando Resort , International Dr , ☎ +1 407-363-8000 , [9] . Hours vary by park and season . This highly rated resort includes two theme parks, five hotels, and an entertainment district. Universal Studios: Ride the movies with your favorite characters. Attractions include Despicable Me, Transformers, The Simpsons, The Mummy, Men In Black, and Harry Potter's Diagon Alley. Islands of Adventure: Voyage to a magical universe of fun with attractions based on Marvel comics, Dr. Seuss, Jurassic Park, King Kong, and Harry Potter's Hogwarts. Citywalk: Dine, shop, and play at one of a dozen venues including restaurants, dance clubs, a move theater, Universal Studio store, Hard Rock Live, and Blue Man Group.   edit SeaWorld Adventure Park Orlando , SeaWorld Dr , ☎ +1 407-351-3600 (toll free: +1 800-327-2424 ), [10] . 9AM-closing times varying from 6PM-10PM . A beautifully landscaped 200-acre marine theme park featuring fantastic shows, thrilling rides, and fun exhibits -- a more laid-back alternative to Disney and Universal. Variety of discounts may be available by purchasing tickets online .   edit Aquatica , 5800 Water Play Way , [11] . Hours vary by season . Opened in 2008 water park by Sea World.   edit Discovery Cove , 6000 Discovery Cove Way ( 9AM-5:30PM (until 9PM on selected evenings) ), ☎ +1 407-370-1280 , [12] . A unique companion to Sea World, it is often sold out as admission is limited to 1000 guests per day but admission does include all your equipment, food, drink and 30-minute interaction with the dolphins in the water. $259-279, $159-179 for non-dolphin package .   edit Holy Land , 4655 Vineland Rd , [13] . Closed Tu . An educational, inspirational, biblical-themed park designed to look like Jerusalem. Discount on tickets purchased online .   edit Gatorland Gatorland , 14501 S Orange Blossom Trl , ☎ +1 407-855-5496 (toll free: +1 800-393-JAWS ), [14] . 9AM-5PM daily . A small alligator and reptile themed park.   edit Wet 'N Wild , 6200 International Dr , ☎ +1 407-351-1800 (toll free: +1 800-992-WILD ), [15] . Hours vary by season . Waterpark. (, 22 )   edit Minor Attractions [ edit ] Florida EcoSafaris at Forever Florida (Zipline Safari) , 4755 N Kenansville Rd , ☎ +1 407-957-9794 ( info@floridaecosafaris.com ), [16] . Reservations required . Journey deep into Forever Florida, a 4700 acre eco-ranch and wildlife conservation area, preserved just as nature intended. This beautiful site boasts 9 distinct Florida ecosystems and an endless array of natural flora and fauna including alligators, black bears, nearly two hundred species of birds and the endangered Florida panther. Choose your own fully-guided adventure: Coach Safari, Horseback Safari or, soar through the treetops on the Zipline Safari.   edit Mary, Queen of the Universe Shrine , 8300 Vineland Ave , ☎ +1 407-239-6600 , [17] . This extravagant Catholic church has become a tourist attraction in itself, thanks in part to the millions of Catholics from around the world who visit it and the rest of Orlando every year. Note: It is not a parish and therefore it cannot perform weddings, funerals, or baptisms.   edit Orlando Watersports Complex , 8615 Florida Rock Rd , ☎ +1 407-251-3100 , [18] . A cable park for watersports. Offers lessons and two separate cable systems, a beginner and an advanced. A perfect way to experience Orlando's reputation as the watersport capital of the world.   edit Sports Teams [ edit ] Orlando Magic ( Amway Center ), 400 W Church St , ☎ +1 407-89-MAGIC ( tickets@orlandomagic.com ), [19] . Member of the National Basketball Association (NBA), the Magic is the city's only member of the big four.   edit Orlando City Soccer Club aka The Lions , [20] . Member of the USL Pro league from 2010 to 2015 - They will become a Major League Soccer expansion club in 2015.   edit Orlando Predators , [21] . Member of the Arena Football League (AFL).   edit Orlando Sharks ( Amway Center ), ☎ +1 407-403-6300 ( tickets@orlandosharks.com , fax : +1 407-403-6020 ), [22] . Professional indoor soccer, dissolved in 2009.   edit UCF Knights , [23] . The teams representing the University of Central Florida—with the largest undergraduate enrollment of any single university campus in the country—compete in NCAA Division I sports, currently as members of Conference USA. UCF has heavily invested in athletics facilities in recent years, with the most notable example being the football team's home of Bright House Networks Stadium.   edit Orlando Solar Bears ( Amway Center ), 400 W Church St , ☎ +1 407-951-8200 , [24] . Member of the ECHL Orlando's newest professional sports team and third ice hockey team, named for the Original Orlando Solar Bears of the IHL.   edit Downtown [ edit ] Downtown Orlando Information Center, 201 S Orange Ave Ste 102, +1 407-254–INFO (4636). Has two interactive kiosks and electronic message boards with information about local Downtown eateries, retailers, accommodations, special events, etc. M-F 9AM–6PM .

Despite the proximity of theme park haven Lake Buena Vista, the city has a lot to offer on its own. Downtown Orlando [142] is a growing area centered around Orange Avenue that is packed with bars, clubs, and restaurants, as well as theaters and concert venues. The main strip on Orange Avenue is closed most nights because of the large volumes of pedestrians. Just a few blocks over is Lake Eola, a picturesque park situated around a swan-filled lake. In the middle of the lake is a lighted fountain that has been established as an icon of Orlando, and on one side of the lake stands the historic outdoor shell theater, where tourists and locals alike can see a version of the Nutcracker every December. Swan-shaped paddle boats are available for rental as well. Taking over for Church Street as the main night time hot spot is Wall Street. It is a small pedestrian only alley off of Orange Avenue that houses several restaurants and bars. They also have frequent concerts on Wall Street, providing a stage for bands to play for everything from Cinco de Mayo to the Capital One Bowl and Citrus Bowl celebration weeks.

Golf [ edit ] Bay Hill Club & Lodge, 9000 Bay Hill Blvd, +1 407-876-2429. Two courses: 18 holes, over 7,205 yards with a par of 72 (Private Non-Equity); 9 holes, over 3,409 yards with a par of 36 (Private Non-Equity). Boggy Creek Golf Club, 3650 8th St, +1 407-857-0280. 9 holes, over 3,250 yards with a par of 36 (Public). Country Club of Orlando, 1601 Country Club Dr, +1 407-425-2319. 18 holes, over 6,591 yards with a par of 72 (Private Equity). Cypress Creek Country Club, 5353 Vineland Rd, +1 407-351-2187. 18 holes, over 7,014 yards with a par of 72 (Public). Dubsdread Golf Course, 549 West Par St, +1 407-246-2551. 18 holes, over 6,055 yards with a par of 72 (Municipal). Eaglewood Golf Club, 5800 Pga Blvd, +1 407-351-5121. 18 holes, over 2,516 yards with a par of 58 (Public). EastWood Golf Club, 13950 Golfway Blvd, +1 407-281-4653. 18 holes, over 7,176 yards with a par of 72 (Public). Fairways Country Club, 14205 E Colonial Dr, +1 407-282-7535. 18 holes, over 5,332 yards with a par of 70 (Public). Faldo Golf Institute By Marriott, 12001 Avenida Verde, +1 888-463-2536. 9 holes, over 2,308 yards with a par of 32 (Public). Ginn Reunion Golf Resort, 1000 Reunion Way, Reunion, +1 888-418-9611. 54 holes, 3 championship golf courses designed by Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson (Private). Grand Cypress Resort, 1 N Jacaranda St, +1 800-835-7377. Four courses: 18 holes over 6,773 yards with a par of 72 (Public); 9 holes over 3,462 yards with a par of 36 (Public); 9 holes over 3,521 yards with a par of 36 (Public); 9 holes over 3,434 yards with a par of 36 (Public). Grande Pines Golf Club, 6351 International Golf Club Rd, +1 800-371-1165. 18 holes, over 7,012 yards with a par of 72 (Public). Lake Nona Golf Club, 9801 Lake Nona Rd, +1 407-851-9091. 18 holes, over 7,011 yards with a par of 72 (Private Non-Equity). Lake Orlando Golf Club, 4224 Club House Rd, +1 407-298-1230. 18 holes, over 6,803 yards with a par of 72 (Public). MetroWest Golf Club, 2100 S Hiawassee Rd, +1 407-299-8800. 18 holes, over 7,051 yards with a par of 72 (Public). Orange Tree Golf Club, 7540 Woodgreen Dr, +1 407-351-2521. 18 holes, over 6,968 yards with a par of 71 (Private Non-Equity). Rio Pinar Golf & Country Club, 8600 El Prado Ave, +1 407-277-5121. 18 holes, over 6,929 yards with a par of 72 (Private Equity). Ritz Carlton Golf Club, 4048 Central Florida Pkwy, +1 407-393-4900. 18 holes, over 7,122 yards with a par of 72 (Public). Shingle Creek Golf Club, 9939 Universal Blvd, toll free +1 866-996-9933. 18 holes, over 7,213 yards with a par of 72 (Public) [143] . Stoneybrook Golf Club, 2900 Northampton Ave, +1 407-384-6888. 18 holes, over 6,820 yards with a par of 72 (Public). Ventura Country Club, 3333 Woodgate Blvd, +1 407-277-2640. 18 holes, over 5,467 yards with a par of 70 (Public). Tennis [ edit ] Orlando Tennis Center, 649 W Livingston St, +1 407-246-2161. Lake Cane Tennis Center, 5108 Turkey Lake Rd, +1 407-254-9170. Fort Gatlin Recreation Complex, 2009 Lake Margaret Dr, +1 407-858-3290. Venues [ edit ] Orange County Convention Center ( OCCC ), 9860 Universal Blvd , ☎ +1 407-685-1061 , [25] . With 2.1 million-square feet of exhibition space, the OCCC serves as the area's convention and meeting center.   edit Universal Orlando Meetings & Events , 1000 Universal Studios Plaza , (toll free: +1 888-266-2121 ), [26] . From 20 to 20,000 guests, a Universal event ensures that you will give your attendees something truly out of the ordinary.   edit Buy [ edit ] [ add listing ] Major malls [ edit ] Mall at Millenia

Artegon Marketplace, [144] — Artegon Marketplace has transformed Orlando shopping into a new kind of experience. This is Orlando’s destination for unique stores, shops and foods. Discover the area’s only Bass Pro Shops, Ron Jon Surf Shop, Sheplers Western Wear and Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill, as well as one of the world’s largest comic book stores, Gods & Monsters. Artegon also offers Orlando’s only Artisan Marketplace, The Village, where you can browse 165 shops filled with unique, handcrafted goods and foods. And when you want to take a break, Artegon has Florida’s largest indoor ropes course. Experience Unique at Artegon Marketplace.

The Florida Mall, [145] — The largest mall in Orlando located at the crossroads of Orange Blossom Trail and Sand Lake Road, about a mile north of the Orange Blossom Trail/Florida Turnpike/Beachline Expressway interchange. Home to over 200 shops including Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy's, Dillard's, Nordstrom, JC Penney, and Sears. You can go an entire day in this mall and still not finish. Popular among international tourists wishing to stock up on cheap American goods, but of better quality than found at the many outlet malls/stores.

The Mall at Millenia, [146] — This is Orlando's most upscale and beautiful mall. Find everything from Tiffany's to Hugo Boss and Gucci. Also home to upscale department stores like Macy's, Bloomingdales and Neiman Marcus. This also features Apple and Sony Style selling computers and related products. This mall is part of the very new and trendy Millenia area of Orlando. Conroy Road exit off of I-4 a few miles south of downtown.

Orlando Fashion Square, [147] &mdash, E Colonial Dr and Macguire Blvd, more than a mile NE of downtown.

Outlet malls [ edit ]

Orlando Premium Outlets - Vineland Ave, [148] — Home to the biggest designers such as Armani, Fendi, Burberry, Ferragamo, Lacoste, Coach. Also home to Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Polo, Nautica and many more. Located off of 535 and visible from I-4 closest to the Disney World area. This is the best mall to pick up bargains from all the name brands and designer wear.

Orlando Premium Outlets - International Drive (formerly Beltz/Prime Outlets) — Home to many designers such as Polo, DKNY, Nike, Reebok, and Liz Claiborne. The mall has completed a major renovation recently, resulting in a beautiful outdoor mall with a wide variety of stores.

Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores, [149] — Select from over 300 designer and name brands such as Gap, Reebok, Carters and Eddie Bauer. Stores offer factory direct, quality merchandise at savings up to 75%. Off of SR-535 near International Dr and Disney.

Ethnic enclaves [ edit ]

Little Saigon, East Colonial Dr (around N Mills). Here you will find Vietnamese and Asian grocery stores, gift shops, and a few herbal healing stores, which stock items from China, Vietnam, Hong Kong, etc. Also home to many good inexpensive Vietnamese and other Asian restaurants.

Little India area — This area is a bit spread out. You will find many Indian stores in the South Orange Blossom Trail area on the main streets and side roads. Starting with Lancaster Road, which houses a video store and Indian restaurant, and then traveling south you will see a few Indian shops in clusters every mile all the way to 417 where you end at the local Indian movie theater

Little Brazil, the north end of International Dr. Several Brazilian restaurants, bakeries, stores, hairdressers, imports and exports shops. Some are hiding on the back of strip malls, some others are easy to find right up front flying the Brazilian flag.

Eat [ edit ] [ add listing ] This guide uses the following price ranges for a typical meal for one , including soft drink: Budget $ Mid-range $ Splurge $

A wide variety of restaurants can be found in CityWalk [150] at Universal Orlando, including Margaritaville, Hard Rock Cafe, Pastamore, NASCAR Cafe and much more. Parking is $14 during the day and $5 after 6PM (except during holidays or special events, such as Halloween Horror Nights). Much choice can also be found in Downtown Disney , including Rainforest Cafe, Planet Hollywood, and Wolfgang Puck Cafe. Orlando has a wide variety of foods including American, French, Italian, Chinese, and much more. Downtown Orlando restaurants are some of the best. There are one hundred and twenty one restaurants in Downtown Orlando.

Although Orlando's CityWalk and Downtown Disney's restaurants can be pricey, they also offer the best options for dining, as well as dining and entertainment. In addition, you are afforded the protection of the high police presence in these areas in particular.

Consider visiting one of the culturally and ethnic diverse restaurants located in Disney's Epcot Center. Their Canadian steakhouse is world-famous, and if you are looking for something unique, visiting Morocco is highly advised. Stick around for the nightly fireworks show, starting at 9pm sharp.

In addition, depending on your lodging situation, visiting the Winn Dixie supermarket in Lake Buena Vista can save a lot of dollars. If you have access to a kitchen, get on over there, and do not forget to sign up for a value card at check out for additional savings.

American [ edit ] 310 Lakeside , [27] . Classic American cuisine overlooking Lake Eola.   edit A Land Remembered , 9939 Universal Blvd , ☎ +1 407-996-9939 , [28] . A legendary Orlando steakhouse named after Patrick Smith's rich novel featuring Florida's historical moments and landscapes. Serving a variety of cuisine and accompanying wine list as succulent and filling as its namesake. Proudly serving Harris Ranch all Natural Prime Black Angus Beef, as well as menu items catering to all tastes.   edit Bubbalou's Bodacious BBQ , 3 locations , [29] . BBQ ribs, sandwiches and other smoked delights. Atmosphere has a home-style feel and plenty of pig companions.   edit Calypso Bar and Grill , 6300 Parc Corniche Dr , [30] . Great menu with a Key West themed dining experience.   edit Everglades Restaurant , 9840 International Dr , ☎ +1 407-996-9840 , [31] . A one-of-a-kind gourmet dining experience featuring unique regional specialties, served in an enchanting setting dedicated to the Florida Everglades. Periodic Vine & Dine wine dinners featuring gourmet cuisine and fine wines.   edit J. Alexander's , 7335 W Sand Lake Rd ( W of I-4 in a new shopping area at the NW corner of Turkey Lake and Sand Lake Rds ), [32] . Good contemporary American food at reasonable prices.   edit Jack's Place , 9700 International Dr , ☎ +1 407-996-9700 , [33] . Tantalizing gourmet menu featuring prime steaks and fresh seafood in a whimsical atmosphere featuring the world’s largest collection of autographed star caricatures.   edit Gabriel's Subs , 2840 Curry Ford Rd . Excellent hot veggie subs.   edit Hamburger Mary's , [34] . A gay-friendly burger joint with drag shows and drinks.   edit K Restaurant Wine Bar , [35] . Upscale American dining.   edit Le Coq Au Vin , [36] . A modern twist is given to classic French foods at this restaurant.   edit Kres Chophouse , [37] . An upscale steak house located downtown.   edit Luma on Park , [38] . American cuisine with an extensive wine list.   edit Norman's , 4000 Central Florida Pkwy ( at Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes ), ☎ +1 407-393-4333 , [39] . Chef Norman Van Aken. Prix-fixe $55 and up .   edit Ponderosa , [40] . An American steakhouse with a wide and varied buffet, from sausages to muffins all day. Great for those with a sweet tooth.   edit Uncle Jones BBQ , 1370 E Altamonte Dr, Altamonte Springs . Serving great potatoes, along with lima beans, BBQ pork, corn bread, fried okra, and Texas toast.   edit Urban Flats , [41] . Flatbreads and wine are the centerpiece of this modern-casual restaurant and wine bar.   edit Peruvian [ edit ] El Inka Grill Ceviche , 4106 Town Center Boulevard , ☎ +1 (407) 730-7979 , [42] . El Inka Grill is the perfect restaurant that you can enjoy the peruvian seafood and other peruvian food. Ceviche the one of signature serve of El Inka grill which made with fresh lemon juices is one of the must have experience.   edit Peruvian [ edit ] Memories of Peru Pollos a la Brasa , 8204 Crystal Clear Ln #1600, Orlando, FL 32809 , ☎ +1 (407) 704-4014 , [43] .

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