Mango’s Brings The SoBe To I-Drive

by | Jun 6, 2018 | Orlando Press | 1 comment

Fishbowl Cocktail with two beers in it

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Liven up any day of the week with a stop at Mango's.

 

Feeling like a trip to South Beach without the drive? Head to Mango’s Tropical Cafe, the largest, most exciting restaurant and nightlife destination on International Drive. This massive 55,000 square foot entertainment facility gives guests plenty to look at and explore, with multiple levels, an expansive bar, and a vibe that brings the flash and fun of SoBe to its patrons.

The extensive menu of mixed drinks allows for the reserved and experimental alike. Want to really start the party? Mango’s offers jumbo-sized party drinks as delicious as they are insta-worthy.

And don’t forget the food! Mango’s makes sure none of its guest leave hungry, with offerings from the delectable lobster ravioli (a must-try), the Churrasco Steak & Shrimp Spectacular with au gratin shrimp, to their traditional Cuba-style take on ropa veira, everyone is sure to be satisfied. And if wings are your weakness, Mango’s world-famous Mambo wings will have you hooked from the very first bite.

While you dine, let Mango’s take you away with live bands and dance performances throughout the entire venue. Each show features live performances including Samba, Cuban Conga and a Michael Jackson Tribute, among others .It’s an experience like no other in Orlando; and it’s closer than you think! Reservations are highly recommended, and required for weekend Dinner & Show packages. Book now at http://www.mangos.com/orlando/.

Woman holding fishbowl cocktail
Brazilian Carnival Samba Performer
Mango's South Beach Cuban Conga Performers