Lounges in Ocoee

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Filled with 50 tons of carved ice and most recently inspired by Ernest Shackleton's failed Antarctic expedition, Icebar's 27-degree, bacchanalian winterscape earned itself a feature in Frommer's and a spot on the Travel Channel's list of The World's Coolest Bars. After bundling up with gloves and jackets or in rentable faux fur coats, guests can spend up to 45 minutes touring the room's collection of frozen sculptures, floes, and sled-dog huts, raising toasts to their favorites with glasses made entirely out of ice. Frozen stools covered with seal fur line the bar, where mixologists pour frosty cocktails and root around for two identical snowflakes.

The adjacent Fire Lounge allows visitors to warm up afterward by snagging a drink from the full-service bar or bobbing their heads to the mixes of DJ Sher-khan. The pulsing sound system helps to get blood flowing again while lasers and strobe lights scan the room for any escaped snowglobes.

8967 International Dr.
Orlando,
FL
US

A self-described ?gastrolounge,? Hammerheads Beer and Wine Bar serves up creative, satisfying pub dishes alongside craft beers and frozen cocktails. Its dishes add a subtle, upscale twist to pub mainstays: kaiser rolls are filled with bourbon pulled pork, and corn dog balls are wrapped in applewood-smoked bacon before meeting their fate in the deep fryer. Boneless chicken wings and their cousin, a breaded chicken-breast sandwich, are carried to tables atop beds of savory coated french fries or sweet potato fries.

Alternating red and yellow walls create a cheery atmosphere, as does the collection of surfboards and pictures scattered throughout the pub. Regular karaoke nights challenge patrons to lock vocal cords with their buddies and demonstrate their crowd-pleasing prowess by making up choreography to accompany each song. Hammerheads also offers a variety of entertainment options each week, including movie nights, live music, and live interactive shows.

8526 Palm Pkwy
Orlando,
FL
US

Plumes of hookah smoke scent the air of Zorba's Greek Taverna, where hints of jasmine, rose, and caramel mingle with the smells of garlic, tahini, and spices wafting from the kitchen. Slices of pita bread scoop up housemade tzatziki, and plates of moussaka layer eggplant, potatoes, and ground beef beneath béchamel and tomato sauces. An open flame licks marinated quail, and pepperoncini nestles beside gyro wraps, waiting to delight tongues with a slight kick. Greek coffee, beer, wine, and ouzo complement the dishes, and desserts such as baklava and three-layer chocolate cake end meals on a sweet note.

4898 S Kirkman Rd
Orlando,
FL
US

Stigma Tattoo Bar compiles a trifecta of signifiers of lighthearted vice in its combination tattoo and piercing parlor, bar, and pole-dancing studio. Red vinyl couches line brick walls, and poles reach from floor to ceiling for classes scheduled along with lap-dance and burlesque lessons. Flat-screen TVs entertain customers as they're inked or studded, and a dramatic metal cage in the center of the room contributes to an edgy club atmosphere where you never know if a lion might appear from behind the bar.

17 S Orange Ave
Orlando,
FL
US

Corona Cigar Co. welcomes all types of cigar lovers, from casual smokers to rolled tobacco connoisseurs to four-star generals in need of chomping sticks. The shop’s friendly atmosphere encourages ample browsing, which is made easy by a stock of millions of premium in-store cigars that patrons can savor as they sit back, relax, and enjoy a rare spirit, cocktail, or glass of wine at the bar.

127 S Orange Ave
Orlando,
FL
US

It's easy to both start and end a night at Blue Martini. During the early hours of the evening, guests can catch the last rays of sun on the patio as they dine on light fare such as fruit-and-cheese plates and flatbread pizzas. This lightness is necessary, because once the sun goes down, guests have to be light on their feet as the lounge turns into a full-on dance party. From then until closing time, guests can keep their energy up with glasses of wine or one of the house's 42 signature cocktails. The bartenders shake, stir, and blend together ingredients to make these drinks, which range from skinny-raspberry mojitos that contain less than 250 calories to the lightly flavored key-lime-pie martini or cucumber lemonade.

4200 Conroy Rd
Orlando,
FL
US