A very cool place that you definitely better get to early because it can get packed .... they had it all artists working on pieces as you come in, caricatures, art for sale on the wall, belly dancers and awesome food ... our server wasn’t that great but the food comes out as its done so people just kept bringing the food which was nice ... the beer list was ok, the bottle list was mostly macro when I went and was about 15 different beers and the taps were spread out between styles and where they were from .... all of the food was 9-12 bucks in range and worth every penny ... if your in orlando definitely stop in its well worth the trip
DuffMan (345) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | February 13, 2011
LOVED THIS PLACE!! The food is tapas style, and quite eclectic, much like the decor. No matter how creative though, every dish we had was delicious. The tapas style is all about sharing, so you get a good range of what their culinary capabilities are, and they nailed everything. another nice thing about tapas is that you really can taper the expense to almost any budget. The service was fantastic while we were there-- they really went out of the way to make our kids comfortable and happy. I’m sure the whole "crazy arts"theme isn’t for everyone, but we really enjoyed it. Pretty much every creative medium is represented, including an in-house tap dancer that gave a couple of brief-but-cool shows during the meal. Even had an artist painting in oils as you walk in. The beer was all quality, but the range of choices is pretty much correct at 8 taps and 20-30 bottles, with one or two hard-to-find micros. We would make a point to go again if given the opportunity.
Great atmosphere if you like local art, not just paintings, but sculpture and dance as well. Staff is amazing, quick service, tapas style food brought out quickly. Standard menu plus weekly additions so its worth frequenting the place to see what amazing food they have, its very fresh. Beer selection is good, don’t forget to look at the bottle selection; entering the tourist area is worth the trouble for a good meal with some good beers to go with it.
great place right on intr’l drive in orlando amongst a ton of other restaurants so could be missed in the mix. a place made up as a venue for artists and painings and sculptures on sale around the place. great food and atmosphere and a really good selection fo beers, not a ton of choices, but the choices are all good. had my first (and last) taste of alligator!
Easy to find location with good parking in the front and hotel lot behind. Active place with large local and tourist crowd. Got seat at bar in the back and was met with quick and knowledgable staff. 8 taps and 31 bottles. had local porter and a Cigar Ciity. Had the Calamari and was served quickly, warm and good portion. Blend of hispanic, art deco and moving stage show. Enjoyed the visit.
A faux bohemian styled restaurant with "local art" hung on the walls, all seems over the top and that the place is trying to hard. It feels like Disney is trying to redo the Moulin Rouge. The tapas are mediocre and not well priced. The beer selection was better than average and the wine selection was par. The service is a bit hectic with waiters coming from all directions and food runners looking like waiters who look like customers, so asking for something is always a bit confusing. The live entertainment is always a bit to loud and in your face with belly dancers taking up the already cluttered common area between the restaurant seating and the bar area.
daknole (464) Scottsdale, Arizona | March 21, 2009| Updated August 11, 2009
Crazy ass place on the weekend. Long wait and loud is the order of the night. But the service and food is really worth the wait. And not a half bad beer menu as well. Dare to enter the tourist area of Orlando, well then you asked for it...but all in all this place is worth the trouble.
Having been to the Tu tu Tango near Anaheim, I was well pleased to discover that there was one virtually next door to our holiday apartment on International Drive. The atmosphere was as we expected, diverse forms of entertainment, busy, great food from a wide-ranging menu and some good stuff on tap. Plumped for some 8 Ball Stout, which was superb and tried a bottle of Shipyard Old Thumper to see how it compared with our UK stuff. A real Godsend in the middle of I-Drive. This was October 2007 BTW.....
Wow...What a unique dining experience! Have never eaten at a place like this. Their beer list was not quite as extensive as I was hoping for, so I skipped it and went for the home made sangria. It was AWESOME. The service was outstanding. The atmosphere fun and eclectic. The food was outstanding. With a HUGE kudos to the five cheese pizza...Prices ended up being a bit higher than I was expecting but you could easily scale down the bill a bit...
Hands down the best place I have ever gone for dinner. You walk into a modern art gallery with three artist creating their works right in the restaraunt. This is good stuff too. Not someone painting a tree next to a pond. Heck we dropped over $200 in just the artwork we liked. p
The food...its all appetizers and boy are they good! All the classic apps but each with its own unique twist. I would say order at least one or two per adult. Priced at $5 to $10 a piece you can easily keep your food bill under $20 a person if you want to. p
Oh this is a beer website. Yeah they have it and a nice selection too. The taps were down when we were n town. They said no draft beer for at least another month. Not sure what that was about but they had Great Divide Titan IPA in bottles so I stuck with that. p
Did I mention the belly dancers, tango dancers and the best balloon artist I have ever expirienced. I’m not sure how they pull this level of entertainment and quality off every night. But I do know we are in town for another 7 days and we will be going back before we head home.