What began in 1990 as the gymnastics and dance company of competitive athlete and Broadway dancer Christopher Harrison has evolved into something of a worldwide phenomenon. AntiGravity NTF's staff members are some of the same athletes and acrobats who soar over audiences with the AntiGravity theater group, and who appear in high-profile celebrity musical acts and Hollywood productions. Current director Daniel Stover's work, for example, was featured in the 2012 movie Step Up Revolution, for which he choreographed a scene in which AntiGravity NTF dancer-athletes vertically scale a wall using bungee cords.
These performers practice and share their knowledge of the aerial arts in an impressive facility, which boasts equipment that is the stuff of sports performers' dreams. It includes a wall-running track suspended 40 feet in midair, which allows athletes to scale the walls, do flips, and easily dust away ceiling cobwebs. The trampoline staircase puts extra pep in climbers' steps, as do custom-enhanced AntiGravity boots that act as jumping stilts and gravity-defying silk hammocks, specialty harnesses, and an aerial cube. In the dance and gymnastics studio, students bounce on competition-style mats and flooring, whereas an outdoor conditioning field helps boot campers get fit, and a pole-dance fitness studio invites people to strut their sultry stuff.
Head to Southwest Orange for some top-rated American nosh at B.B. King's Blues Club, and satisfy your craving for familiar food you know and love.
Low-fat and gluten-free options are featured on the menu.
Pick your poison and toast your evening — drinks are also served here.
Let the kids come too! Little ones love the food and atmosphere at B.B. King's Blues Club just as much as their parents do.
Don't miss out on the private room at B.B. King's Blues Club — you'll want to reserve the space the next time you and your whole crew need a place to celebrate together.
B.B. King's Blues Club's outdoor seating is available during the warmer months.
Live musical acts often perform, and visitors take advantage of the spacious dance floor.
Between the music and the crowds, B.B. King's Blues Club's noise levels can be intense.
If you're hoping to snag a table on a Friday or Saturday, it's best to ring the restaurant for a reservation first.
No need to dress up for a trip to B.B. King's Blues Club — the casual restaurant encourages laid-back attire.
Can't get enough of B.B. King's Blues Club's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events.
B.B. King's Blues Club offers carryout for your convenience.
Parking is available in the lot next door, as is valet. If the lot is full, street parking is also an option.
For food that tastes like a million bucks, B.B. King's Blues Club's got you covered for a fraction of the price.
If you're short on cash, take care of business with one of many major credit cards.
Filled with 70 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 an unlimited amount of time 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 faux-fur lined stools 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 Orlando's best DJs. The pulsing sound system helps to get blood flowing again while lasers and strobe lights scan the room for any escaped snowglobes.
Ceviche Tapas Bar & Restaurant not only imports ingredients and products, but also recipes. With roots in northern Spain and Catalonia, these dishes come together on a menu of more than 100 hot and cold tapas selections, along with paella and cazuela. Paella, a widely varied rice dish cooked at length in a wide pot over open flame, can contain Serrano ham, scallops, pork, chorizo, and saffron rice the stunning golden hue of an alchemist's magazine advertisements. Though the restaurant spans multiple locations, each one presents guests with some charming element: a poolside patio at the Tampa location, a central tapas bar in Orlando, and a flamenco room in St. Petersburg. Meanwhile, no matter the location, events bring about live music and joviality, all supported by an ample list of Spanish and Portuguese wines.
It's no wonder Vines gives equal weight to "Grille" and "Wine Bar" in its name. The Restaurant Row anchor is hugely popular for its top-quality meats and fresh-caught seafood; a meal could begin with grilled octopus or oysters Rockefeller before transitioning to a cut of Prime filet. But the wine list is at least as impressive, a catalogue of 600-plus bottles from around the world that's been recognized with a Wine Spectator Best Award of Excellence. After dinner on any given night, guests can linger over a fine cigar or a gentlemanly mouthful of chewing gold as they listen to live jazz music from the likes of Tonya Phillips Staples and Barbara Walker.
Swing by The Beachum in Orlando for your next meal.
The Beachum keeps your ears entertained with live music or a DJ.
If sitting still is not your style, feel free to take the dance floor and hop to the beat of the restaurant's live DJ.
Loud is an understatement when it comes to the decibel levels at this restaurant, so it's best to save conversation for another location.
Interested in eating out over the weekend? Keep in mind that the restaurant gets swamped on Fridays and Saturdays, and service may take longer than expected.
At The Beachum, drivers will appreciate the ample parking options in the area.