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  1. Has anyone been to Graffiti Junction yet? Any reviews! Inquiring minds want to know...
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    55 West

    ... or if something part of a chain, a Gordon Biersch or BJ's if anything. Would be awesome to have a local brasserie with comparable beers and menu to Gordon Biersch though. Mmm... Gordon Biersch's Hefeweizens.
  3. When you're traveling along with a train or car, the closest objects appear to move. The further away, the less motion that's perceived. Plus it would just make it more dynamic IMO. I guess being on the outside of the train it wouldn't make sense, it's just too cluttered and static. Just a slight blur!
  4. Seriously, how many of you all are graphic designers? I think it's fine. My critique is that I have to agree the palm and grass make it too cluttered and busy. The train itself was designed with a suggested motion blur, yet the palm and grass are perfectly still. Lose them. The sun looks fine as do the lights. It looks to me like the sun is setting so the light should be on, something Orlando drivers who need to turn their headlights on automatically seem to neglect. Meh, it's fine.
  5. That goes both ways. Bias, whether liberal or conservative are hurting "sources" for news and events.
  6. Mmm... I'm on it! I have yet to be disappointed by this place. Their credit card machine is up and running now too!
  7. I'm not sure, but it wasn't a restaurant before this... check it out though! As for Redlight, Redlight, they opened Election Night. It was great to celebrate a win and defeat with great beer! I think Big Daddy's does have more on tap, but Redlight, Redlight has more specialities and rarities.
  8. Actually, if I remember correctly, the addition to the mall was supposed to go from the Orangerie Food Court to the outside area where parking is now. The plan was to build an entertainment and dining complex similar to its sister mall, The International Mall in Tampa. I think Orlando is oversaturated with entertainment complexes as it currently stands, so hope this isn't in the works. The mall I'd like to see fixed up by a major anchor is the Fashion Square Mall. This mall is in serious need of an overhaul to lure new shoppers. The location, in my opinion, is great. I just think it's the offerings that set it back. If a multi-floor Super Target were affixed to the mall, it may help with traffic.
  9. Last night I tried dinner at the new Mexican & Puerto Rican restaurant, El Coqui Mexicano, and it was like being welcomed into the owners/employee's home! They are beyond friendly, the prices are more than reasonable, and the food... simply excellent and authentic. I cannot wait to go back! The only downside is they don't have their credit card machine up and running as of yet. Even more fun it the alcohol is BYOB. They encourage it, I would even invite them to join you. I cannot emphasize how warm and welcoming this place is. Finally, some great Mexican (and Puerto Rican) cuisine near downtown. Oh! It's on the corner of Washington and Bumby, behind the new used Bookstore, The Book Worm.
  10. It was said on NPR in an interview that there are 2 additional night-launches planned before the end of the shuttle program. Was this incorrect?
  11. Hey Surina, I totally thought of you the other night. You may already know this, but there is a Ce' Fiore opening in Thornton Park next to Starbucks!!! There's another FroYo place next to where Ciento is going in 101 Eola.
  12. They are right there on the corner, I believe where the Ethnic/African artist's Studio was. They're right inside, and this month's Third Thursday is their grand opening. Late night coffee and such is exactly what I got to keep me going through the night on Friday--- two Cafe' Cubanos at $1 each! I cannot wait to get my mouth around a guava and cheese empanada. Mmm... The owners are different than before, so let's wish them luck!
  13. Just an update--- ROHO Cuban Coffee Co. reopened today at the City Arts Factory. I've not yet been, so cannot report whether or not it's the same awesomeness as before. Their website does say, however, that all drinks now through Thursday are $1! Let's go, I've been missing ROHO since they closed last year.
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    Amway Center

    It's hard to tell from the new rendering whether or not they are keeping the style of glass from the main section, seen in the original rendering, transparent with designs made by colored glass panels. That was a nice element at least to complement the new awesome spire.
  15. Yeah, that's the Burbank... I'd compare say Park Ave. is a fair comparison, on weekends at least. Downtown Burbank mind you... not the entirety of Burbank/LA. I got the Green Tea yogurt, did you get the plain? Ugh... back to fasting.
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