Orlando, Florida — It’s hard to find a place to enjoy a pizza with a hot beverage, but the hot spots are here.
Here’s why Orlando’s hot spots — and where to go for them — aren’t the hot spot you might expect.
Pizzeria Canto de San Miguel de Cervantes (1527 N. Miami Ave.)
— Pizzerias are often the first thing you see when you enter this restaurant.
A sign on the wall reads, “Canto de Santa María.
Santa Maria de Córdoba, Santa Maria del Norte.”
Inside, you’ll find a mix of Italian and Mexican cuisine, with pizzas, salads and wraps.
PIZZA CANTO DEL SOUTHERN LAS VEGAS The most famous pizzeria in the world.
Located in the heart of the South, the restaurant is owned by owner Donny De La Rosa, a Mexican-American.
His pizza parlor is a true destination for the Mexican-Americans in town.
The restaurant is known for its extensive Mexican menu, with a wide range of dishes, from grilled meatballs and tacos to grilled cheese sandwiches and lasagna.
Mambo’s in downtown Orlando (3315 N. Florida Ave.)
A cozy, cozy, romantic neighborhood spot, Mambos offers a variety of traditional Mexican food and a few new options that are sure to please.
There are tacos, burritos, quesadillas and other options for a variety different palates.
The menu also offers dishes like chicken enchiladas, poutine and a variety salads and soups.
The Mambo in downtown Miami Beach (3301 N. Palm Ave.)
Mambo is an iconic hot spot in Miami Beach.
The location is right on the beach, in front of the popular restaurant Tropicana, with the entrance to the restaurant located just off of Florida Ave.
It’s a great spot to grab a bite to eat or grab a drink.
You can also find a variety from the bar.
Pescadero’s (1823 N. International Blvd.)
— This Mexican restaurant is famous for its pescaderos, or tacos.
Piscadero serves tacos, burgers, burrito bowls and other Mexican-inspired foods.
You will also find tortas and quesadas to go. 5.
El Camino de Santiago (1812 W. Monroe Ave.)
The first restaurant in Miami, El Caminos location is in the center of the city.
The owners of El Caminodes are a family who has been serving Mexican food for more than 30 years.
The place has many traditional Mexican dishes, including tacos and a full menu of entrees.
The owner of the restaurant, Enrique Sanchez, has also created a variety dishes that can be enjoyed on the patio.
Tijuana Bistro & Bar (5235 S. Miami Avenue) The Bistrotte has been open for more then a century.
Its a Mexican spot with an incredible atmosphere, great Mexican food, and amazing wines.
Its always busy, so make sure you check it out.
Chico’s Bistrito (1721 S. International Ave.)
Chico is a family owned restaurant located in the South Hills of Miami Beach, just north of the University of Miami.
It is the oldest restaurant in the city, and it is one of the best.
The Bier Bistrioche ($5.25) is one the best in the area.
It has a very traditional American style, which is a great way to enjoy Mexican food.
It serves a very large menu, including the popular Poblano’s ($8.99), a meatball with a taco filling.
Pancho’s (11 W. Main St.)
Panchos is a popular neighborhood Mexican restaurant in downtown Florida.
Panches is located in an old warehouse, just off International Blvd.
This is a very good Mexican restaurant for a good meal.
They have a variety meals on the menu, from a meat taco to a vegetarian taco.
The prices are pretty good for the quality of the food, as well.
El Rey (2700 N. Central Ave.)
El Rey is a favorite Mexican restaurant and bar in Miami.
Located on Central Avenue, it has a great vibe and it’s also home to the local band, Miami Symphony Orchestra.
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Orlando Hot Spot Pizza (1140 E. University Ave.)
It’s no secret that Orlando has the best hot spots in the country.
And when you’re in Orlando for a night out, you should definitely visit these places.
From local pizza joints to chain pizza restaurants, there are hot spots for everyone