Information updated 20 Oct 2016
Legacy Park - Food & Dining
Orlando has evolved into a culinary destination with restaurant options for every taste, offering traditional Burgers, Chicken, Cuban Sandwiches and of course big juicy Steaks in all sizes. For the seafood lovers, why not try, Stone Crab, Rock Shrimps, Gator bites, Conch Fritters, Oysters, Scallops, followed by a large piece of Key Lime Pie, washed down with a glass of freshly squeezed Florida Orange juice, or if you prefer something stronger, one of the many beers, wines and cocktails on offer. You can also find family-fun themed restaurants in Florida, the Orlando area really offers a surprisingly diverse array of gourmet delights, you will never get bored of dining out and you will never be hungry.
Legacy Park - Nightlife
From comedy clubs and rodeo bars to cartoon character dinners, the fun doesn't stop when the sun goes down. Fireworks, parades and spectacular live magic shows are all on offer. Music ranges rom rock 'n' roll to jazz and live DJs, while relaxing piano bars, taverns and pubs are more low key. If you are simply looking for an evening meal, the dining options and portions in Orlando are endless!
Information updated 07 Dec 2016
As the sun goes down on International Drive the fun begins! From great family dinner shows and family friendly restaurants to fine dining establishments, cool cocktail bars and relaxed sports taverns, this famous street really has something for all.
Discover big city fun in an area buzzing with entertainment, dining and shows, Disney Springs is a must during your stay. The ideal place to visit for a fun filled evening, with well-known restaurants, such as Planet Hollywood and the Rainforest Café, world famous shows, shops, a cinema and much more, the list is endless!
When the sun cools down, the nightlife heats up, stroll along the Disney BoardWalk and enjoy the street performers, food vendors, midway games and lots of entertainment.
The pretty town of Celebration, originally created by Walt Disney for staff to reside, is now what can only be described as an idealistic community brimming with locals. At the centre of this community is the Town Center, the ideal haven to spend a relaxed evening mixing with locals, with many restaurants and shops on offer.
Designed with an ‘old west’ style town feel, Old Town is the ideal place for families to visit who are looking for an entertaining evening outside of Disney World. At the centre a theme park, with a variety of rides for children and adults alike, surrounded by a choice of eateries, whether you are looking for themed diners, fast food options or fine dining. If you are looking to shop, Old Town boasts an abundance of unique shops and sidewalk vendors to catch your eye. Known for it’s car shows, including the popular Saturday Nite Cruise, attracting cars from 1974 and before which cruise down the streets to the tune of a live band on the main stage.
An eclectic collection of themed restaurants, nightclubs, shops and a 20-screen movie theatre, Universal CityWalk is one of most popular spots in Orlando for entertainment, boasting the biggest names in live music, dining, dancing, movies and more. The expansive, two-tiered promenade features shopping, entertainment and dining venues and sits at the entrance of both Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure theme parks.
Highway 192 is renowned as the restaurant corridor and runs through the middle of the park attractions, eateries range from sizzling steak houses, to seafood and burger bars – you will be spoilt for choice when looking for somewhere to enjoy a meal.