Mango’s Tropical Café is bringing Latin-style entertainment to International Drive Orlando
The popular South Beach hot spot is actively being constructed in the heart of Orlando’s I-Drive
Anyone who has been to Miami’s South Beach and walked along Ocean Drive knows that the hottest spot in South Florida is also the most colorful and lively—and its name is Mango’s Tropical Cafe. Now, Orlando is getting ready to receive the high-energy blend of restaurant and dance club where the salsa, merengue and cumbia beat keeps its patrons dancing till the wee hours of the night. And the fact that it will be located near the intersection of International Drive and Sand Lake Road—a popular dining district—means that Mango’s Orlando is ready to raise the bar in nightlife entertainment.
Mango’s Tropical Café in Orlando plans to open in late 2015 and its massive 55,000 square foot location is planning to attract not only tourists and locals, but also business travelers who attend conventions and trade shows. Recently, Orlando was ranked number one among the Top 20 U.S. Destinations for Meetings in the United States and entertaining and dining venues along I-Drive know the potential of this often-overlooked niche market. Currently, the Orlando/Orange County Convention Center receives more than a dozen major conventions or trade shows every week.
Why are we excited to have Mango’s Tropical Café coming to Orlando? This new venue is bringing the legacy of South Florida’s top Latin-themed destination into the vibrant entertainment district of International Drive—and Vista Cay Resort by Millenium is a proud member of this community of businesses, lodging venues and local attractions. So get your dancing shoes ready because Mango’s Orlando is going to make sure that you will shake, swing and twirl to the best Latin music in Central Florida.
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