Ladies Night at Icebar was "cool". The dj had video feed everywhere and good lighting and sounds, I love a great club feel. The actual ice room has a bar about 30' long, it's all new and just re-carved. The staff - totally awesome. Friendly from the front door to the end. We had free drinks (or $5 of yummy martinis) and a great time.
Dress Code: If you wear sandals your toes WILL get cold.
the bosendorfer lounge located in the grand bohemian hotel is a very nice piano bar in downtown orlando. it caters to more of an upscale older crowd than most of the bars in the downtown orlando area. a great place to visit for more quiet music and great cocktails.
Scruffy's is a good Irish pub with live music and a good mixed crowd. No frills, but always enjoyable.
NOTE: Scruffy's has sadly closed to make room for a new tenant. Rumor has it they will reopen on Pine St shortly. Shohman works on Pine St. Shohman hopes this rumor is true.
UPDATE Summer, 2008. Scruffy's has reopened in College Park, one of the nicer areas of Orlando. I've heard good reviews from people I trust, but I myself haven't been by...yet.
Dress Code: casual
pictured is the dragon room on church street. located in the late night entertainment area of downtown orlando church street has several bars and night clubs. the dragon room advertises itself as a "cocktail boutique".
Dress Code: casual
pictured is the club at firestone. the club at firestone is located in the historic firestone tire store dating back to the 1930's. the firestone was once a gay and lesbian club but now it caters to the 20 something crowd.
Everynight at Sportstown there is some sort of beer special.everynight!! Lots of pool tables available, atleast 10, dartboards, golden tee, foosball, and boardgames if you feel like it. great jukebox, and awesome staff.
Dress Code: bare feet if you feel like it
If your in Orlando and want to party or go out for drinks one of the best places to go is Downtown Orlando. Downtown Orlando is situated around the street Orange Avenue where many bars and clubs are located. Just park your car and most places are all w/n walking distance. There def is somthing for everyone here. In Orlando however clubs stop serving alcohol at 2am and close around 3am.
What a crowd! But what would you expect at an Irish Bar on St. Patricks Day? I waited about 40 minutes or so to get in the door, but it wasn't bad once I was inside. They had a number of live bands, Irish dancing, good food and lots and lots of beer. This would be a great bar anytime, but today was a special day!
Dress Code: Something green, on St. Patricks day.
Howl at the Moon is on International drive. Even though its in a tourist location, its filled with locals. There is a lot of drinking, singing, and smoking. Tip the piano men to play your favorite song. There are also fun games to play and dirty songs to sing! Not for children and always entertaining. When friends come in from out of town, I always bring them to this place!
Dress Code: casual dressy, some people come right after work
pictured is the old beecham theater on orange ave in downtown orlando. this building has been the location of numerious nightclubs over the years. currently it houses tabu, a night club which offers live music.
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