You may have heard there’s a new place on International Drive in Orlando to dine, drink, and dance the night away, but do you know what Mango’s Tropical Cafe is all about? You might be familiar with Mango’s if you’ve been down to Miami. If not, you’re in for a real treat. It may be new to Orlando, but it’s quickly becoming the hottest spot for night life on the International Drive strip. The photos below tell you why with a quick overview of all that you can do when you’re looking for evening or late night fun on I-Drive. It’s a great neighbor for the Skyplex, soon to be built just a stone’s throw away, where the 500 foot tall Skyscraper roller coaster will loom overhead.
Mango’s has a full range of appetizers if you just want to graze or full-blown meals if you bring your appetite. I highly recommend the brick oven flat breads if you’re in the mood for something light. Substantial offerings include gourmet burgers, pasta, and plenty of beef, chicken, and seafood entrees.
The food is tasty, but Mango’s Tropical Cafe is a night club, so of course drinks take center stage. You’ll see Pitbull himself on the menu recommending drinks like the 305 Cosmo, Voli Pink Lemonade, the Dreamsicle (yep, tastes just like one), and Sympathy for the Devil. You can even try the award winning Voli Banana Martini.
Show run throughout the night at Mango’s Tropical Cafe, with just about every style of music you can imagine. Of course, there’s a heavy Latin influence, but the showy numbers cover a wide variety of genres. If you’d like to get a quick flavor for the Mango’s performances, jump to this article to watch a video.
Dancing isn’t a spectator sport at Mango’s Tropical Cafe. Sure, you can kick back and watch the show, but the lively music just might entice you up out of your seat and onto the dance floor.
Mango’s Tropical Cafe is like many mini bars inside one massive nightclub. Explore upstairs and downstairs, or head out to the patio if you manage to catch one of Florida’s rare cool and pleasant days. You can even sit at a bar behind the stage if you want a unique view of the show.
Want a memory of your wild night out at Mango’s Tropical Cafe? Did you promise to bring someone back home a fun souvenir from Orlando? Don’t forget to stop at the gift shop, which has plenty of t-shirts and other apparel, as well as other souvenir-type items.