En­ter­tain­ment Dis­tricts

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DIS­NEY’S BOARD­WALK— This board­walk cre­ated in the theme of At­lantic City’s fa­mous stretch of­fers a sports bar, pi­ano sing-along bar and dance club, as well as nu­mer­ous restau­rants and shops. When Ep­cot closes at 9 pm, this is the place to go. www. dis­neyworld.com. 2101 N. Ep­cot Re­sorts Blvd., 407.939.5277. Map 4, C4 DOWN­TOWN DIS­NEY— Party the night away on the West Side, where House of Blues and Bon­gos Cuban Café of­fer ex­cit­ing en­ter­tain­ment, or chill out on the pa­tio at Raglan Road Ir­ish Pub. Dis­ney Quest, a bowl­ing al­ley and a dine-in movie theater are fun fam­ily op­tions. www.dis­neyworld.com. 1780 E. Buena Vista Drive, 407.828.3800. Map 4, D4 DOWN­TOWN OR­LANDO— It’s a bar hop­per’s par­adise lo­cated in sev­eral square blocks off Orange Av­enue. Church Street and Wall Street are popular ar­eas where streets are blocked off for foot-traf­fic only. You’ll find ev­ery­thing from ca­sual bars and lo­cal pubs to up­scale wine bars and roof-top dance clubs. The area is es­pe­cially lively be­fore and after events, con­certs and bas­ket­ball games at the Amway Cen­ter. www.down­townor­lando.com. Wall Street Plaza. Map 1, E6; Church Street. D7 IN­TER­NA­TIONAL DRIVE— This stretch be­tween Univer­sal and SeaWorld is a hub for nightlife and en­ter­tain­ment for adults or the whole fam­ily. Find din­ner shows, game cen­ters, night clubs or re­laxed pubs from your fa­vorite na­tional chains to lo­cally owned and unique choices. Map 2 UNIVER­SAL CI­TY­WALK— You’ll find an eclec­tic mix of clubs and restau­rants such as Pat O’Brien’s, Hard Rock Café, Jimmy Buf­fett’s Mar­gar­i­taville, Red Co­conut, the groove and Ris­ing Star. 11 am-2 am. No ad­mis­sion fee, but cover charges ap­ply. www.uni­ver­sa­lor­lando.com. 6000 Univer­sal Blvd., 407.363.8000. Map 2, B2

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