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Here is a list of all the places discussed in the now famous yelp Thread on Weird/Fun places in Orlando Florida that are now extinct. Big C - liquor lounge was torn down on University to build the Target. Crescent Moon - Downtown on a side street was a hippy/pagan shop called Crescent Moon Der WIENER SNITZEL (I think that's how you spell it)... The corner of OBT and HOLDEN Drew Garabo's Notes From The Underground, too. JJ WHISPERS -RESURRECTION night at JJ WHISPERS on SUNDAY"S and WEDNESDAY'S SUPER SKATING CENTER... Their three little sons were adorable and such good kids. I never went, but I remember when they tried to make it hip. I remember they had beer cheese soup on the menu, and then later tried to do the nightclub thing when Roxy's first opened. I recall three from the old days - one at the northeast corner Curry Ford Road and Conway Road, another at the southeast corner Michigan and Delaney, and the other one we went to was in Winter Park - don't recall the location.
I will be organizing this much better as time goes on. They moved just the liquor store across the street. A hotdog place on OBT that is shaped like a big triangle I-DRIVE CRUISING (late 80's) Jabberwalky shoe store next to Waxtree on Aloma Java Jabbers and the UC6 theatre at University and Alafaya Jordan Marsh in Altamonte Mall and their restaurant. I never forgave Publix for running them out, although I believe they found another location, it was just too far to go to do laundry. Didn't work out, long gone now." 4th fighter group was a good remember, shane had his wedding reception there. Royal Castle was the first "burger joint" in Orlando prior to Burger Chef, Steak & Shake, and Mc Donald's.
Also, does anyone remember the name of the ice cream shop that was in the Seminole Plaza at 436 and 17-92?
My mom worked there for a couple of months in the early 80's and neither of us can remember the name of it. Artie Grindle's Tropic Traveler Vans Artie Grindle's Tropic Traveler.
She was always very careful with her portions, but the food was great and truely homemade. And now for my list of places I didn't see mentioned: And now, as of this week, the rope swing on Gatlin just east of Summerlin where the kids used to swing into the lake. And remember the Art Grindle car commercial where Mr. I used to work for the engineering firm that designed the overpass at I-4 by the new mall and I did most of the drawning for that bridge. It was off Bear Gully Road near Aloma and Howell Branch. Anyone remember the Hardee's in the parking lot of the 8 story building there on Oak Ridge and Lake Ellenor Drive (over by Orlando Central Park)?
The county, I believe, cut the branch off so there's no place to hang another rope. Grindle himself jump up and down inside a convertable saying "I WANT TO SELL YOU A CAR"!!! So if you were to look at the set of plans for that job, you'll find my name on those drawings. Anyone remember seeing "Where The Action Is" teen national tv show at the old downtown auditorium around 1966? There was a big guard house, a HUGE main house and a perfectly round boat house with a castle turret on the lake. I used to work in that building from about 1986 to 1995 on the 6th floor for an engineering firm before the Darden Restaurant's offices took over the building.
STEREO Ronnie's - My Grandma was a waitress @ Ronnie's and always had a lot of good stories to tell about it. The owners were from Afghanistan and were so kind and ran such a good business. Restaurant\bar\nightclub - It was right by the Orlando Executive Airport, behind the library kinda. I went to Xanadu, met Vanilla Ice at Peaches and had a bday party at Mystery Fun House. And before Burger Chef, there was Royal Castle....burgers were small, so you ordered several, along with an order of root beer.
And there was also a real cool Irish bar around there I used to frequent. I remember bringing in my mom's glass bottles for deposit and using the change for the penny candy and TV 3D glasses for the 3D craze, you know, the FIRST time around. arcade in fashion square mall arcade there was 2 one at 436 and red bug and another location I can't remember I think it was called Starbucks???? " Art Grindles kids went to Trinity Prep with an old roommate of mine. Arthur Treachers (fish & chips)- there was one where the Pancho's is now on 436 near 17-92.And let us not forget the lunch counter pharmacies! The Rexall had the best carrot cake I've ever had (mother's recipe) and the son also ran concessions for concerts that I worked a number of. Fairvilla when there was a movie theater and a bowling alley And remember the Parkwood Plaza? There used to be a sign directly across the hwy from Fields, it was a lighted sign of a cowboy with a lasso and the lasso moved around, I was in grade school and it seemed so cool.And up the street there was Taylor's (I believe) where she had daily specials and these tiny beaten biscuits that were Divine. We didn't have anything like that in Clermont back in the late 60's. Also, a lot of the 'favorite' places listed here were small independent businesses.And don't recall the name of the place way out on East 50 for concerts- where Canned Heat (my first unchaperoned concert) played in 1967-8 - , Iron Butterfly, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Rod Stuart, etc, etc.. Their house was up by where the QP later opened up.