The golf is unsurpassed in Orlando as is the nightlife. While on your Orlando golf vacation here are a few nightlife/restaurant recommendations from your staff at Play Florida Golf, enjoy!
Universal’s CityWalk should not be passed up while in Orlando. This 30 acre complex that has anything and everything needed to make any night out a great night. CityWalk offers great live music, casual and fine dining, dancing, shopping, movies, and more. Some of the restaurants at Citywalk include the Hard Rock Café, NBA City, Nascar Café, Margaritaville, and Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. For dancing, drinking and music, Margaritaville is great but also try Hard Rock Live, CityJazz, Pat O’Brien’s, The Groove, Latin Quarter, Bob Marley’s – A Tribune to Freedom, and the Red Coconut Club. From restaurants, to nightclubs, to live music venues, to movies, Citywalk truly has it all.
1000 Universal Studios Plaza
Orlando, FL 32819
Pointe Orlando deserves a visit while you’re in the Orlando area on your golf vacation. There is a movie theater, Hooters, wine bar and many restaurants to choose from.
New restaurants at Pointe Orlando include The Capital Grille which has opened with 9,000 square feet and features steak in an upscale, plush surrounding. The Oceanaire will feature fresh seafood flown in daily from around the world and served in a well appointed setting. The daily printed menu is a testament to the quality of seafood that emphasizes seasonal preparations and regionally inspired dishes. The restaurant will be in 8,500 square feet and is the first in Central Florida. Maggiano’s Little Italy joins Pointe Orlando in 16,000 square feet. With authentic Italian fare in a relaxed setting, the restaurant offers home-cooked meals featuring either family-style or single servings. Tommy Bahama’s Tropical Café & Emporium will feature men’s and women’s clothing, accessories and home furnishings as well as a full-service restaurant with a relaxed, island theme. One of only six in the country, this 10,000 square foot venue will feature the laid-back state of mind that is the Tommy Bahama philosophy. B.B. King’s will be located on the second level of Pointe Orlando in 10,000 square feet. The venue will feature nightly entertainment including local, regional and national acts along with a full service bar and restaurant.
Bahama Breeze I-Drive
8849 International Drive
Orlando, Florida 32819
This chain restaurant sports a creative menu that offers a variety of delicious sandwiches and chicken, fish, and pasta entrees with Caribbean twists. Try starting out with the Creole baked goat cheese before moving on to the Cuban sandwich, one of the most authentic around. If that is not to your liking, try the pan-seared pork, or Bahamian chicken kabobs. The atmosphere is island casual, with rich wood and wicker throughout.
www.bahamabreeze.com. A great spot to go after your round for a cold beverage or tasty appetizer, grab a seat on the spacious outside balcony and listen to the live entertainment.
J. Alexander’s is a modern American restaurant placing a special importance on food quality and proficient service. We feature an interesting assortment of in-house chef prepared products. J. Alexander’s should be a definite stop on your list if you are looking for mouth watering steaks. Their menu also features ribs, seafood selections, burgers and sandwiches.
7335 West Sand Lake Road. Suite 143
Orlando, FL 32819
Phone: (407) 345-1039
Blue Martini Orlando
If you stop one place for a cocktail make it the Blue Martini Lounge. This venue comes highly recommended from the staff at Play Florida Golf, you will not be disappointed. They do have a selection of appetizers, flatbreads and entrees.
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