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Got a fear of heights? Look elsewhere. Perched high atop Big Belly Brewery and Chillers is Latitudes, a cheesy-but-fun rooftop bar that boasts a bountiful happy-hour buffet and a beautiful view of -- the sides of other buildings. Even though the piped-in music mix is nearly as painful as a trip to the dentist -- everything under the sun (and moon) from Kiss to Boston to Ricky Martin -- you can still have a blast, especially in big groups, by commanding one of the large round tables and ordering trays full of drinks.

Sure, the endless staircase is a bitch, and the crowd is kinda former frat-house kooky, but the tropical touches, attentive staff and unique open-air ambience let the good times roll. -- Mark Padgett
Teaser: Up atop Church Street, Latitude's walls are the skyline and the roof is the moon and the stars. Nightly drink specials and music sweeten the pot, but the real reason to visit is the view.

Experience Central Florida's best-kept secret...the Black Hammock Adventures Complex and Lazy Gator Bar. We feature live music every weekend with indoor and outdoor seating on Lake Jessup. Scenic views, abundant wildlife and beautiful sunsets take place year-round. Airboat rides, free live gator exhibit and a full-service restaurant are also available.

'I feel like a 5-year-old!â?� says my wife, who, though certainly young, has at least graduated from kindergarten.

Dwarfed by the epic-sized slices of pizza at Lazy Moon Pizza (12269 University Blvd., 407-658-2396), she was reminded what it's like to be a miniature person, when everything seems outsized. The wide variety of toppings make for endless flavor combinations, but it's the thin, crispy crust that allows one to devour these ridiculously mammoth pieces without exploding. (And, with the honey decanters on the table, it also makes for a cheap dessert.)

The collegiate crowd that packs the place for said slices is able to wash down the pizza with an impressive selection of imports and microbrews, and the soups and salads on offer put Lazy Moon quite a few notches above the average pies-and-beer joints that dot college campuses. Keep in mind, however, that the median age of the UCF clientele may have some of you feeling the opposite of 'young.â?�

Lodged somewhere between night-life hell and UCF, The Liquid Cellar caters almost exclusively to the surrounding areaâ??s just-turned-21-crowd via cheap drinks, cheaper musical talent and pool tables. Its location across the street from Fraternity Row -- and next to the UC-7 movie theater and the head shop Mystic -- ensures at least a minimal audience looking for a $10 beer-buzz. Though the stage leaves much to be desired -- itâ??s actually just a section of carpet in between the pool tables and bar -- and much of the talent is lost to the newer neighboring Back Booth, The Liquid Cellar can be fun for those looking to stay east of State Road 436 and get their drink on. -- Jeffrey C. Billman
Teaser: From the concrete floors and American flag hung from the ceiling, to the pool tables in the corner and the fish tanks behind the bar, this near-UCF hangout somehow fits together. The beer selection is broad, the prices are reasonable and you can sit outside and look at â?¦ the parking lot.
You never know quite what you’ll find going on at this trippy hangout: intimate soul performances, pirate parties, hookah-passing, maybe even cheese-inspired art shows or Mexican holiday movies. End your all-nighter here, and you’ll swear the whole thing was a dream the next morning.
Drunken camaraderie marks this Irish pub with one of the longest happy hours in downtown Orlando and one of the best atmospheres, to boot. You don’twant to be anywhere else for St. Patrick’s Day.
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