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  • Cobb Plaza Cinema Café 12
    Moviegoers kick back in tiered stadium seats and absorb unobstructed views of Hollywood’s latest studio releases at Cobb Plaza Cinema Café 12. A Dolby Digital audio system ensconces audiences in a seamless cocoon of sight and sound while couples raise the armrests on their high-backed leather chairs for optimum cuddling. The concession stand entertains taste buds with theater classics such as popcorn, candy, and Coca-Cola along with a full menu of appetizers and features, as well of beer and wine options. Drivers can snag parking spots in the attached garage for $2.50 with validation, and youngsters can pedal their tricycles over to the theater in the summer months for free kiddie showings.
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    155 S Orange Ave.
    Orlando, FL US
  • Orlando Film Festival
    Dedicated to exposing local audiences to diverse stories told by artists from around the globe, the Orlando Film Festival attracts film-industry insiders, actors, and audiences for five packed days of movie-centric events. Filmmakers attend many of the festival's screenings to give audience members new perspectives on features or to challenge them to a round of "Trivial Pursuit: Stanley Kubrick Edition." Complimentary drinks and appetizers fuel the energy reserves of VIP-pass holders throughout the festival, but attendees can also find food and drink specials at nearby restaurants and bars.
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    185 South Orange Avenue
    Orlando, FL US
  • Global Peace Film Festival
    The Global Peace Film Festival celebrates and furthers messages of peace and environmentalism with 40 films screened at venues across Orlando. Documentaries, narrative full lengths, and short films from around the globe spare cinephiles from direct sunlight while filmmakers, special guests, and local activists educate attendees about the power of the medium in special panel discussions. The peace it champions as a whole goes beyond anti-war, often touching on a more personal well-being that's reflected in the lives of individuals and communities.
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    1000 Universal Studios Plz
    Orlando, FL US
  • RP Funding-Orlando Chili Cook-Off
    It's hard to say what the biggest draw is at this year's RP Funding Orlando Chili Cook-off. Of course, there's the chili itself; more than 100 booths will be serving up samples by chefs from around the country, and prizes will be awarded for the best-tasting batches. Then for sheer amazement, you have the World Chili Eating Challenge, in which the world's best eaters go jaw to jaw during a six-minute test of wills. (For perspective, Joey Chestnut set a new world record in the 2014 competition by eating 2.125 gallons of chili in six minutes.) And finally, there's the free Friday Night Concert featuring Vertical Horizon, which kicks off the weekend's events with live music from 6:00 p.m. to 10 p.m. The cook-off the next day will also feature live music all day, not to mention a large kids' zone, a raffle, and beer, wine, and cocktails available for purchase.
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    2911 E Robinson St.
    Orlando, FL US
  • Metropolitan Express
    Metropolitan Express has the best amenities around. Enjoy Metropolitan Express when you stay in Orlando. Looking for a place to tackle your workload? Try the on-site business center in this hotel. Lounging poolside more your thing? Look no further than the swimming area, open for all guests to enjoy. Best part of the morning at Metropolitan Express? A full breakfast, free of charge. The lounge is a great place for a nightcap. Cab and public transit fees add up quickly. Avoid the fees and reap the benefits of the free shuttle bus service. You won't need to save up for a trip to Metropolitan Express — they keep their accommodations affordable. Save some of your precious vacation time when you opt to take advantage of one of the nearby parking options.
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    6323 International Dr
    Orlando, FL US
  • Live Nation
    More than half a century ago, three partners raised a vibrant, multicolored tent on an underdeveloped industrial site and established the Westbury Music Fair. It followed its first production, The King and I, with a decade of top-name talent and Broadway musicals. Then, recognizing its place on the theater scene was permanent, it planted its roots as a fully enclosed theater-in-the-round. Expanding its repertoire to match its new digs, the theater showcased performers such as The Who, Bruce Springsteen, and Julie Andrews. Today, past a lounge blazing in purple and red lights, guests find that same circular stage hosting equally great musical acts, musical theater, and competitive musical chairs.
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    401 W Livingston St
    Orlando, FL US

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