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Parramore

The other side of Division Street

One of Orlando’s most historic neighborhoods, this district is packed with multi-generational Orlando residents and tons of cool hidden gems. It’s home to locally owned mom-and-pop shops, grocery stores and restaurants, but also some of the city’s biggest venues – the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre and the Amway Center, home of the Orlando Magic.

EAT

Nikki’s Place Southern Cuisine
742 W. Carter St.
407-425-5301
nikkisplace.net

Goff’s Drive-in
212 S. Orange Blossom Trail
407-286-3421

McKnight’s Soul Food
595 W. Church St.
407-245-1155
soulfoodatitsbest.com

DRINK

Stonewall
741 W. Church St.
407-373-0888
stonewallorlando.com

Parliament House
410 N. Orange Blossom Trail
407-425-7571
parliamenthouse.com

One80 Grey Goose Lounge
400 W. Church St.
407-440-7180
180downtown.com

SHOP

Palmer Feed Store
912 W. Church St.
407-841-8924
palmerfeedstore.com

Magic Mall Flea Market
2155 W. Colonial Drive
407-841-0777
magicmallplaza.com

Orlando Magic Team Shop
400 W. Church St.
407-440-7467
nba.com/magic/teamshop

PLAY

Parramore Kidz Zone and Community Center
363 N. Parramore Ave.
407-254-4759
cityoforlando.net/pkz

Amway Center
400 W. Church St.
407-440-7000
amwaycenter.com

GO

Solar Bears hockey, Orlando Magic basketball and live music
Amway Center
400 W. Church St.
407-440-7000
amwaycenter.com
The Amway Center is home to not just our NBA home team, the Orlando Magic (nba.com/magic), but also to professional ice hockey team the Orlando Solar Bears (orlandosolarbearshockey.com). Amway Center also brings national headliners to town for massive concerts that rock.

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