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Orlando Nightlife

While Orlando possesses a lot to offer during the day, when night arrives, also there is an array of alternatives, from ultra-hip bars and high-energy dance clubs to laid-back pubs that will give to your nights a unique enthusiasm in Orlando, Florida. So, after you've finished your day visiting Orlando theme parks, enjoying shows, and dining at Orlando's finest restaurants, extend your fun by experiencing all that encompasses Orlando nightlife.

Despite status as family theme park playground, Greater Orlando also rocks at night to extend daytime fun. From ultra-hip to downright hokey venues, from high-energy dance clubs to laid-back pubs and multi-venue entertainment complexes, Orlando possess numerous distinct areas and alternatives for living it up after sundown. Downtown Orlando has clubs, restaurants and bars.

Orlando has a surprisingly vibrant and active night-time bar and club scene, with three principal places, Downtown Disney’s Pleasure Island, Universal’s CityWalk and Downtown Orlando, where there is an ever-changing line-up of nightclubs.

About 9pm, each Walt Disney World park carries some type of closing-time bash, commonly involving fireworks and fountains. There's also Pleasure Island, exit 26B off I-4 (in the Disney Village Marketplace), a remake of an abandoned island, whose pseudo-warehouses are the place for shops, themed bars and nightclubs (daily 10am-7pm; after 7pm $21 gains access to all bars and clubs). The most enjoyable are the Comedy Warehouse and the Adventurers' Club, loosely based on a 1930s gentlemen's club. Take ID and a fat wallet, making them a perfect spot for a night out on the town.

In the Pleasure Island, look for Adventurers Club for eclectic live entertainment and Mannequins for pure dance; at CityWalk, always you will find Bob Marley’s for live music and the groove at their standout dance club; and in Downtown Orlando, don’t miss bars like One-Eyed Jack’s, The Loaded Hog and Wall Street Cantina (all on Orange Avenue) and famous nightclubs as The Social (on North Orange Avenue), with live music (blues, rock and jazz) and resident DJs, the Blue Room (on West Pine Street) for its art-house dance style and the huge Country & Western venue 08:Seconds (on West Livingston Street). Other one-off clubs worth noting are the duelling pianos of Jellyrolls at Disney’s Boardwalk Resort and House of Blues at Downtown Disney.

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