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And the Spacecraft store in Winter Park that used to sell military and weird surplus type items? My dad and I would eat there lot before or after church at Northland. back when they closed it down, my dad was able to get one the picnic tables that sat around the resturant - we got the one with the letter "O" on it. that's back before Red's was still a fruit & vegetable stand and a hurge corporation that i't's turned into. anyone could remember the name, that would be spectacular. (I'm pretty sure it was a giraffe - it was in the 80s) Anyone remember Bombz Threads... After that, Pacific Gas and Electric played there, and many great bands like Led Zepplin and Hendrix, followed. How about, The old Seminole Greyhound Park which Northland had moved to in 2007. I probably spelled that incorrectly, but you'd know the place by that jumble of letters... One of the truly chill, dark, low key placed you could go and actually hold conversations with people.And then there was the Vernor's Ginger Ale stand east of Winter Park in the mid-seventies. Another one somebody mentioned for a while I think it was barbarellas was "the Beach Club" Another pre-taco bell now defunct chain - Del Taco. Another thing I remember as a kid was the marquee banner that hung across Colonial Drive pointing south on to Orange Avenue that said "Downtown." Anybody remember a video store Prime Time Video which became Video News? The most expensive concert was Zepplin, at .00 per person! It was a somewhat trendy Mexican burrito chain that had locations at Winter Park Village, and... Apologies if these were mentioned already: Apparently gambling was more important than the sport, and since other venues offered poker, slot machines, etc, another institution has been forced to fold 'em. I rarely go, but last time I stepped inside of one (in Sanford) it was eerily vacant.This is right down to the bottom of the hill I live on, and has been there for at least 36 years that I know of. I also did worked on the new interchage where I-4 and the East-West come together. We used to go after hours and drool over the cool collection of cars, I mean about the cool cars. Anyone recall a private property with a good bit of acreage that had a giraffe and other types of exotic animals in the front yard? Paul Revere and the Raiders played, and it was Orlando's second true rock concert (the first being the Beach Boys, I think, a year or so earlier? Anyone remember the name of the place that sold Zeta burgers? Anyway, I'm not that much help in this category.....unless someone mentioned Boardwalk and baseball... The interior had red lighting everywhere, statues of the holy mary on the walls, a wooden swing above the bar. The place had this mystique about it that was eerily cool and hip.. They eventually turned all the red lighting into blue lighting for a few months and then shut down for good.and The Harem (the strip club) which made darn sure you weren't underage by every measure possible. Angel's-a 50s style diner with a lt of locations around the Orlando area. Colonial across the street from the Western Way Shopping Center. Another mentioned Herb's restaurant on the NE corner of 50 & 441... We were eating chips and nacho cheese (which was served in a nacho chip bowl.. Another resutarant I recall was the Sundown Resturant on the south OBT next's to Red's Market... I like the homey feel to the old fashioned video stores and I am a sucker for nostalgia. People would stop there all the time to pet the giraffe. Anyone remember Hot and Now...used to be everywhere. Man it was friggin cheap...5 cheese burges with fries and a large coke for .00. After that the next rock show was Canned Heat at the Sports Staduim (now gone) in East Orange County (north Econlockhatchee Traill. and on the trail that had the All-u-can-eat Crab Legs and Prime Rib.stuff! The bar itself was in the middle of the place and was surrounded by couches, high tops, etc. I used to take all my friends there and they always loved it.This music store at Mill's and Canton only stocked a few brands of music gear. Another guy Robert Holtum taught lessons there, as well as at Valencia CC. Absolute Sound/Audio Garage - Cool place to hang out and look at all of the new sound equipment we wanted. The Fern Park institution will close soon, according to the Sentinel. The fillets were sort of lightly breaded with, not battered.They had a very limited of gear, but I did buy my used 1979 Fender Delxue Reverb amp from them for around 0. One of the owner's/employees Ronnie Abney drove a kit car that tried to be a Porsche! Adolph's Aardvark - competition for the Infinite Mushroom Adolph's Aardvark in College Park-little hippie store, got my first black light. Adventure Club upstairs at Townsends Aha - I just caught my mistake. and coming soon Blockbuster and does anybody have an E Ticket..... Also, a lot of the 'favorite' places listed here were small independent businesses.

It had learning toys and games, and what I remember the MOST was right at the entrance of this store was a HUGE chess board on the ground accompanied with these HUGE chess pieces! That is how I found this site.....trying to figure out how to find out the name of that book/toy store. So hopefully someone knows & remembers what i'm talking about! I have a 4 yr old now myself & i wish he couldve enjoyed these places like I did! Two night clubs inside - don't remember the names but one was an oldies club that the group "Clutch" would perform and the other a strip club.

And let us not forget the lunch counter pharmacies! The Rexall had the best carrot cake I've ever had (mother's recipe) and the son also ran concessions for concerts that I worked a number of. Fairvilla when there was a movie theater and a bowling alley And remember the Parkwood Plaza? There used to be a sign directly across the hwy from Fields, it was a lighted sign of a cowboy with a lasso and the lasso moved around, I was in grade school and it seemed so cool.

And up the street there was Taylor's (I believe) where she had daily specials and these tiny beaten biscuits that were Divine. We didn't have anything like that in Clermont back in the late 60's.

Audio Spectrum: The first "High End" audio store in the Fashion Square Mall.

I first saw, heard, and fell in love with Klipsch La Scalas (speakers).

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