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The other side of Division Street

One of Orlando’s most historic neighborhoods, this district is packed with multi-generational Orlando residents and tons of cool hidden gems. It’s home to locally owned mom-and-pop shops, grocery stores and restaurants, but also some of the city’s biggest venues – the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre and the Amway Center, home of the Orlando Magic.


Nikki’s Place Southern Cuisine
742 W. Carter St.

Goff’s Drive-in
212 S. Orange Blossom Trail

McKnight’s Soul Food
595 W. Church St.


741 W. Church St.

Parliament House
410 N. Orange Blossom Trail

One80 Grey Goose Lounge
400 W. Church St.


Palmer Feed Store
912 W. Church St.

Magic Mall Flea Market
2155 W. Colonial Drive

Orlando Magic Team Shop
400 W. Church St.


Parramore Kidz Zone and Community Center
363 N. Parramore Ave.

Amway Center
400 W. Church St.


Solar Bears hockey, Orlando Magic basketball and live music
Amway Center
400 W. Church St.
The Amway Center is home to not just our NBA home team, the Orlando Magic (, but also to professional ice hockey team the Orlando Solar Bears ( Amway Center also brings national headliners to town for massive concerts that rock.

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