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This is a popular hangout for downtown workers. It features a classy “basement” atmosphere; just walking down a flight of steps to get inside makes you feel as if you're in a New York hideaway. A small bar here is always crowded with happy regulars, but the snazzier dining room offers a small menu of options, from steaks to chicken and pasta creations. A long-time Orlando favorite that refuses to dress itself up with pomp and circumstance, it has stood the test of time.
The Harp Restaurant is located in historical downtown Orlando and is a very unique and out of the ordinary destination. It offers superior fine dining, including numerous award winning delights made with fresh fish from Florida and Louisiana, along with several more scrumptious Irish dishes. Featuring a vast selection of various imported and domestic beers, a variety of liquors, and a great assortment of fine wines for all of your drinking needs, this place leaves you spoilt for choice. The Harp Restaurant has an exceedingly traditional Irish setting including beautiful 1900s designed woodwork throughout, soft traditional Irish melodies playing, low lighting, and a very welcoming and attentive staff. This is the perfect spot for a business lunch or a romantic evening for two.
Whether it is before noon or long after midnight, if you are hungry and looking for a fresh gourmet sandwich in the Downtown Orlando area, Jimmy John’s is open and ready to create one just for you. Stop in to enjoy your sandwich, order one to go or have one delivered to your room, office or special event. Choose from a variety of delicious sub sandwiches on fresh-baked French bread, giant club sandwiches on homemade 7-grain bread or low-carb lettuce wraps packed full with fresh veggies and top-grade meats, cheeses and garnishments. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Located in the heart of downtown Orlando, Ember t is a Mediterranean-styled ultra bar and restaurant. The décor features large columns and archways, earth tones, wrought iron, Spanish tile, leather chairs, low lighting and other dark island touches. Ember has the largest outside covered and open patio area downtown. Choose from any of the three bars located on various levels outside or any of the available seating inside. Relax and enjoy a drink or a quick meal from the menu of burgers, flatbread pizzas, quesadillas and more. The entertainment includes several big screen televisions located throughout alongside soft background music. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
If you blink when you pass by Champ's Deli you can easily miss it, however, it is worth discovering. This joint is situated adjacent to the Central Boulevard parking garage in downtown Orlando. It may be small in size, but it certainly is big in taste and selections. The prices are extremely affordable and that does not even including their great daily lunch specials that include a sandwich, bag of chips, and can of soda! Champ's Deli is open early and offers numerous choices in fresh deli and bakery goods, as well as delicious soups and salads. It is a very friendly and popular local place to get a great meal.
Waitiki Retro Tiki Lounge is located in the Wall Street Plaza in the heart of downtown Orlando. They are open for lunch and dinner or drinks all day long and have a daily Happy Hour from 4p to 7p. The decor sets the mood with plenty of bamboo, unique woodcarvings, teak flooring, straw thatches, artwork from contemporary tiki artists and an old-fashioned ironwood bar. There is live music from Wednesday through Saturday featuring surf-rock, lounge and reggae sounds, and hula dancers can be seen during special events. The outdoor balconies offer a great view of the surrounding area and the food and drink selections include tropical delights and plenty of specials.