Danc­ing and Din­ner

These lively joints around town en­cour­age you to get up and dance.

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Din­ner doesn’t have to be a sit-down af­fair. At Tav­erna Opa watch the belly dancers or join the conga line that winds around the res­tau­rant. www.opaor­lando.com. Fri­day and Satur­day nights, Bon­gos trans­forms from res­tau­rant to a salsa-danc­ing night­club. www.bon­goscuban­cafe.com. Or, sway your hips along with the tal­ented dancers for the Wan­ti­lan Luau at Uni­ver­sal’s Royal Pa­cific Re­sort. Be­sides fire breathers and hula dancers, en­joy a full din­ner served with gra­cious, is­land-style hos­pi­tal­ity. www.uni­ver­sa­lor­lando.com

Opa! Ev­ery night is a cel­e­bra­tion at Tav­erna Opa where the res­tau­rant

be­comes a dance floor.

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