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Say cheese

Mac & Cheese at Independent Bar
70 N. Orange Ave., 407-839-0457, barorlando
Cover: free
Dress code: Casual, but nothing enforced. It's shoulder-to-shoulder in there, so dress comfortably.
Music: Pop, pop-punk, pop-rock, R&B – pretty much everything, as long as it makes you roll your eyes
What it's like: Listen, we know what you're thinking: "Where can I go on a Wednesday night to listen to the Backstreet Boys and hear 'Barbie Girl' at full blast?" Well weep no more, weary travelers, because Independent Bar's Mac & Cheese night holds a little bit of cringe-y goodness for everybody. If you've been to any other night at I-Bar, you know what to expect from the ambience: all the cleanliness of an airport restroom, and 10 times the charm. The only difference is, the night is coated in corny music and nostalgia from every generation. It's easily the best evening the establishment has to offer, if only in celebration of the massive amounts of shame you have to leave at the door before drunkenly boogying down to NSync. The drinks are cheap, the house is always packed, and there is nowhere else in Orlando offering this level of zany escapism on a weekly basis. Time to get your cheese on. – Adam McCabe

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