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Orlando--Where are the late night (after 11pm/12am) chow-worthy places near the Convention Center? (Although I will travel for great chow:-)

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Hi there:

I will be attending a conference Thursday through Sunday at the Orlando Convention Center and would greatly appreciate being directed to some good "chow-ish" restaurants that are open after 11pm/12am. I have a car, so some driving is not an issue...just that I am due back the next morning by 8 am (ouch.) I like the Ravenous Pig, Asia Bagus is good Indonesian food...I'm flexible and would appreciate your suggestions. Thanks!

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  1. downtown is probably your best bet, or some citywalk places that stay open late...

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    1. re: askdrtodd

      I would avoid Citywalk late at night. I tried going there with a few friends a few months ago at about 10:30 for a late dinner figuring all the restaurants would still be open at that time. Turned out most of them stop serving food at 10...

      1. re: watch me eat

        oops! I guess things have changed since I went to college out there. sorry about that!

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      1. Cafe Tu Tu Tango - is a fun place at night it's on i-drive.

        Its tapas style and pretty good, The place is covered wall to wall with paintings and other art mediumsm and at night sometimes there is some entertainement.

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        Cafe Tu Tu Tango
        8625 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819

        1. Pom Pom's on Bumby is open very late on the weekends now. I'm not sure if it is what you are looking for--it has great, creative sandwiches but isn't fancy and the menu is pretty narrow (i.e. sandwiches and tea for the most part).

          1. Asia Bagus is no longer - bummer. Kimonos at the Swan is awesome for sushi/karaoke.