The popular Ace Cafe is expanding their brand and has chosen Orlando as the first North American location. We got a hard hat tour of the work-in-progress renovations of the downtown location last week, and it was impressive.
Ace Cafe Orlando is located on a three-acre block at the corner of W. Livingston St. and Garland Ave. (across from the Lynx station). It was originally the Harry P. Leu Building, and in the years since, has been home to The Edge and 8 Seconds night clubs, among others.
This month’s party takes place on September 14, 2012, from 6pm until 10pm. During the event, stores will be open for late night shopping, and there will be food trucks, street vendors/artists, entertainment, and more.
Yelp! will be hosting the beer garden fun, with a live DJ, and more. The beer garden is located at the corner of New York Ave. and Virginia Dr. (in case you were wondering).
There will also be a wine stroll, priced at $10. Purchase the wristband at the beer garden or at the info table by Mozaic Arts.
Other Ivanhoe Village events being held in conjunction with the party are the Orlando premiere of “Line of Sight” movie in the parking lot at Retro City Cycles (1806 N. Orange Ave.; 407-895-2700) starting at 6:30pm and opening weekend for “VarieTEASE: The New Show” at The Venue (511 Virginia Dr.; 407-412-6895).
The party stretches along Virginia Dr. between Alden Rd. and Haven Dr., near the Antiques District.