No matter what you like to eat, Orlando has a delicious excess of options for you to try. You’ll find everything from decked out restaurants to tasty holes-in-the-wall to beloved chains that got their start in Central Florida.
  • Themed Dining

    The land of theme parks doesn’t disappoint when it comes to dining. Try Toothsome Chocolate Emporium for a unique steampunk experience or Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue for a western dinner show.

  • Local Favorite

    Eat as the locals do. Hit up Tako Cheena for Asian fusion, Se7en Bites for southern comfort, The Ravenous Pig for locally sourced cuisine, and Gideon’s Bakehouse for the Best. Cookies. Ever.

  • Homegrown Chains

    Some places have a cult following, but none more so than 4Rivers Smokehouse (hint: order the burnt ends). Other community favorites include Jeremiah’s Italian Ice, Graffiti Junktion, and Hawkers Asian Street Fare.

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Orlando Is Open For Business

You deserve a vacation, and Orlando is ready to welcome you back. It’s true that traveling looks a little different now, but rest assured your resorts are Vacation Ready, with enhanced cleaning standards and safety protocols in place.

Maybe you’re wondering what’s open in Orlando before you plan your next getaway. Good news: theme parks, beaches, attractions, and restaurants are open for business. Read on to discover all the fun things you can do in Orlando right now and get your next bucket-list adventure to The City Beautiful booked today.


A trip to Orlando wouldn’t be the same without visiting your favorite theme park. And they’re all open at limited capacity with social distancing in place.

Kids and adults riding a children's rollercoaster at one of the Orlando theme parks.
Universal Orlando Resort

Universal Orlando Resort has officially reopened, with enhanced safety guidelines in place and contactless features on the park’s official app


SeaWorld, Aquatica, and Discovery Cove are all open to vacationers big and small.

A ferris wheel made of legos at Legoland, a theme park in Orlando, Florida.

Legoland’s theme park and water park are both open, ideal for kids ages 2-12 who love all things Lego. 


Florida’s natural beauty doesn’t disappoint, and there are plenty of scenic spots around Orlando, from postcard-worthy beaches to natural springs to scenic boat tours.

A woman smiles and holds her arm out while zip lining in Orlando, Florida.
Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park

Thrill-seekers will love the Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park, with several aerial rope courses set among a pine forest. Choose the course that best fits your skill level and navigate across suspended bridges, swing on Tarzan ropes, balance on swinging logs, and ride zip lines through the forest. There are even two courses designed just for kids. 

Two hands hold an "open" sign at boutique on Park Ave in Winter Park, Florida.
Park Avenue

Park Avenue, the most prestigious street in Orlando’s neighboring town of Winter Park, boasts high-end shopping, locally owned boutiques, and sidewalk cafes. Spend the day scouting for souvenirs, or just find a shady spot under an oak tree in Central Park and watch people stroll the avenue.

A dad and son ride in a go-kart on I-Drive in Orlando, Florida.
International Drive

Many attractions on International Drive have reopened to the public. At Icon Park, take selfies with celebrities at Madame Tussauds, visit an aquarium with a 360-degree ocean tunnel and ride the iconic observation wheel. Fun Spot amusement park offers fun for all ages, from multi-level go-kart tracks to a wooden roller coaster. 


Orlando restaurants are open and operating at 50% capacity with social-distancing guidelines in place. These favorite spots are all ready to serve you right now. 

A woman wearing a mask serving food and drinks to a man sitting outside.
Disney Springs

Many Disney Springs restaurants are open. Try the Pan-Asian cuisine at Morimoto Asia, helmed by Chef Morimoto from “Iron Chef America,” or the dry-aged and classic cuts at modern steakhouse STK Orlando.

The Polite Pig, owned by Orlando culinary legends James, Julie and Brian Petrakis, offers wood-fired smoked meats, along with southern comfort side dishes and an extensive bourbon bar. Be sure to save room for a seasonal cupcake from Sprinkles.

A group of women enjoy food and drinks on Restaurant Row in Orlando, Florida.
Restaurant Row

Restaurant Row” is a nickname for the stretch of Sand Lake Road near International Drive known for its dining establishments. Choose from seafood (Ocean Prime and Eddie V’s Prime Seafood), Italian (Christini’s Ristorante Italiano), steak (Morton’s The Steakhouse), Mexican (Rocco’s Tacos and Tequila Bar) or Japanese (Amura and Nagoya Sushi), just to name a few.

A dinnerware set of salads and drinks on a table at a Park Ave restaurant in Winter Park, Florida.
Park Avenue

Most restaurants offer outdoor seating along the avenue, with plenty of ambiance and people-watching. Luma on Park is an upscale eatery with a seasonal menu of modern American fare that changes daily, while sister restaurant Prato specializes in Italian comfort food like wood-fired pizza and fresh pasta. 

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