Royale Parc Suites offers a quiet and comfortable haven from the hustle and bustle of theme parks and Orlando shopping. But you may not always be ready to call it a day. Orlando is home to a thriving nightlife scene with options for everyone looking to keep the daytime fun going well into the night. From ultra-hip bars and high-energy dance clubs to laid-back pubs and multi-venue entertainment complexes, Orlando offers several distinct areas to live it up long into the night.
An elaborate musical featuring horses and special effects that make it a dinner theater experience.
This upscale bar can satisfy the need for almost any martini, with live entertainment and a light menu.
4200 Conroy Road
Experience old Chicago with this musical comedy revue. Includes drinks and unlimited buffet.
Entertainment center with music, dining and Club Paris.
With one of the city’s largest dance floors, Matrix is a good place for drinks and dancing.
9101 International Drive
This live dinner show is the ultimate Renaissance Fair with knights, minstrels and all things medieval.
This sophisticated lounge is the place for mingling, dancing and being seen.
9101 International Drive
This interactive dinner show features swashbuckling action with a pirate theme.
After a day of shopping here, enjoy dining, drinks, movies and live entertainment—all in one place!
9101 International Drive
Just beyond the world-famous theme park attractions lies the city of Orlando. With an abundance of nightclubs, restaurants and bars, downtown Orlando comes alive at night with the scenes and sounds of an urban metropolis. Orange Avenue, Church Street, Magnolia Street, Central Boulevard and Pine Street offer a host of nightlife options when you’re looking for some big-city fun.
On Church Street, the main attraction is a tri-level complex featuring different bars on each floor. On the ground floor, Chillers, which takes its name from the specialty frozen drinks with funky names it serves, features a DJ spinning the latest in top forties music. On the mid-level, Big Belly Brewery provides a laid-back atmosphere with big barrels of peanuts as bar food and stools where guests can sit and relax. Latitudes, a rooftop bar that often features live reggae music, boasts a great view of the Orlando skyline. Just next door is Antigua, a sophisticated nightclub with a Caribbean-themed atmosphere. Behind Antigua, Ybor Martini Bar offers a full menu of specialty martinis and a stylish atmosphere.
Wall Street Plaza on Orange Avenue features a multitude of bars, each with a different essence. Wall Street Cantina offers outdoor seating for a relaxing place to have a cocktail, listen to music and people watch into the night. Dance it up in the attached One-Eyed Jacks, featuring an oversized bar and a stage for you to step up and dance. Just next door, the Loaded Hog provides an intimate setting with small two-person booths. Across the plaza, The Globe is a relaxed coffee shop serving unique appetizers and authentic sushi. Sitting at The Globe, guests hear the music from neighboring Slingapours and Tuk Tuk, two attached nightclubs that alternate between nights with live music and a DJ spinning the latest in hip-hop, house and techno. Also on Orange Avenue is The Social, where guests can enjoy nightly live music by local and touring indie rock bands on an outdoor patio. Sky60, a rooftop bar on Orange Avenue, features a California style that lets visitors relax in small cabana-style booths and offers a breathtaking view of the Orlando skyline.
Other clubs to check out include The Blue Room on Pine Street, which young urbanites frequent for the unique setting, featuring an array of local artists’ works on the walls and some of the hottest DJs spinning for the dance floor. Kate O’Brien’s on Central Boulevard offers live music inside and an outdoor bar with picnic tables to sit and chat while listening to the latest in top-forty music.
By day, International Drive is a bustling gateway to not-to-be-missed attractions, shopping and restaurants. By night, the bright lights of I-Drive shine for an evening of fantastic entertainment options. Pointe Orlando, a large shopping and entertainment complex down the street from the Orange County Convention Center, is a one-stop shop for nighttime entertainment. Begin the evening at one of the many restaurants, including Adobe Gila’s, The Capital Grille, Redrock Canyon Grill and Taverna Opa.
Several other hot spots dot International Drive. The Lucky Leprechaun Irish Pub offers a sociable atmosphere with imported brew and cider specialties. Bahama Breeze is a restaurant and bar with a large outdoor area that serves up an endless menu of tropical drinks and appetizers along with the steel drum sounds of the islands.
Long after the theme parks have closed for the evening, the nightlife options at the Walt Disney World® Resort are still going strong. Guests can enjoy the Downtown Disney® area and all it has to offer, including a wide variety of shopping, dining and an entertainment complex with a big city feel in the heart of Walt Disney World® Resort.
Disney’s Boardwalk Entertainment district is a waterfront village with the charm and excitement of the Mid-Atlantic Coast of the 1930s. Atlantic Dance Club has guests swaying to the hottest Latin tunes, while a stop at Jellyrolls unveils guests singing along to the comedic dueling pianos. Take a stroll around the Boardwalk and stop at one of the carnival games or have your future told by the resident fortuneteller.
Whether it’s thrill rides or nightlife you are looking for, Universal Studios and Universal’s CityWalk has it all! Enjoy themed restaurants and bars as well as dancing to some of Orlando’s greatest live bands!
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