Orlando's Newest Main Street District: Gateway Orlando
Only a mile away from Camden Lago Vista and Camden Lee Vista residents can experience the urban lifestyle in the latest redefined suburban area, Orlando’s newest Main Street District, Gateway Orlando. As stated in their new website Gateway Orlando is: “Welcoming Orlando’s visitors and residents to the multicultural business district just North of the Orlando International Airport.”
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At Ellipsis Brewing, a micro-brewery that specializes in hand crafted beers, customers get a fresh taste of local brews such as “Y Can’t IBU”, a Pale Ale with Mosaic Hops and “I Citra U Not”, a Double IPA with Citra Hops. This new brewery draws in crowds for Food Truck and Trivia Nights.
Info: 7500 TPC Blvd Suite #8, Orlando; 407-250-5848; ellipsisbrewing.com
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Spice Thai Restaurant, delights customers from Central Florida and all over the world. Its location inside of the Lee Vista Promenade, which is 3 miles from MCO, makes this a go-to spot for locals and tourists, alike. They guarantee freshness by preparing their locally sourced produce daily. Be sure to sample my personal favorite, the coconut ice cream with sticky rice.
Info: 6125 S Semoran Blvd, Orlando; 407-855-4400 http://www.spicethaiorlando.net
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Epic Theatres at Lee Vista patrons can enjoy the large screens and fully reclining chairs all while indulging in beer, wine or snacks. Be sure to visit on Sundays or Wednesdays for their “Flashback Cinema” where you can see classic movies on the big screen. Good news MoviePass holders, this theater is one of many participants in the MoviePass program.
Info: 5901 Hazeltine National Dr., Orlando; 407-856-0508 epictheatres.com
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