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And there was a weird dollar theater in Sanford that served the worst Mexican food ever. And there was the 7-11 convenience store near the intersection of Lake Ave and 17-92 by the railroad tracks. But i missed it cause i was too busy playing my Colecovision. Angel's Diner - There was one on Aloma and 436 if I remember correctly. apparently I spent a lot of time on 17-92 Apparently the lack of a true focus confused patrons. Can't remember the name, but I think the ultimate downfall was the hurricane season of 2004. Arnold Paint and wallpaper...across from rockingchair on bumby Art Grindle's car dealership - downtown at Colonial and Orange, later on W Colonial; the huge moving figure of Art in the green plaid jacket and his pointing finger "I WANT TO SELL YOU A CAR!
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.
There was one on 50 at Alafaya, in the same shopping center was The Dunes surf shop and Tien Garden restaurant. (I Think) Winter Park Mall - loved Ivey's (acquired by Dillards) WORL STUDIO 13 - WOKB STUDIO 16 TIGER RADIO- Y106 - BJ105 16, 000 Movies (multiple locations). They also had the tempting 'Adult" section behind the curtains in the back. Since it's the holidays, I remember there was this one house in Winter Park, it was off Palmer Ave, that had a huge tree in the yard. downtown Albertsons Supermarkets is closing another store, the one at Orange and Michigan. All the places you all have listed bring back so many memories. Amway Arena - TBA An Tobar in Maitland And a few from Orlando: And anyone remember when Maitland celebrated their 100 year anniversary?
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. Had a great porch to eat on with a tin roof and they'd pump cool water out of the springs onto the roof to help keep it cool. He did so a bit before the Napster, then i Tunes, revolutions made record/CD stores less lucrative. also, Orlando Sports Stadium-some amazing headliners there back in the day Also, Patio Grill in Longwood did it become Bonefish Grill? I don't think Murmur closed up because it went bust, I think Don was just tired and wanted to do something else. Also, I'm pretty devastated to just recently learn that Room 39 (my favorite dtown Orlando bar) apparently is deceased?In an earlier post I was correcting Mark "Jagbone" C. I want to ride Space Mountain, haha And don't get me started on the missing Backyard Burgers..... And going wayyyyyy back I remember when the Gabriel family used to sell their subs from their home off Edgewater drive (before opening up the restaurant). also don't think I saw Townsends Fish House and Tavern mentioned. I used to go there every Friday night after eating a delicious cuban dinner around the corner at a place on Orange Avenue. It went as far as cable systems in Tampa and Orlando. I read this all the way through and so many wonderful memories were revived and I learned a great deal about the background of places I hadn't been to but knew of and always wondered what they were!! Americana Racket Club: quite the place to go in late 70's.