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Hey, Jimmy Fallon! Visit these places when you’re in Orlando

June 12, 2014
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Without a doubt, Jimmy Fallon should visit his portrait onPaint the Trail.

Without a doubt, Jimmy Fallon should visit his portrait on Paint the Trail.

Jimmy Fallon’s bringing his hugely successful Tonight Show to Orlando next week (June 16-19). We know he’ll be spending plenty of time checking out the Diagon Alley addition to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter (hey, Jimmy, don’t eat the chocolate frogs, OK?), but if his previous visit is any kind of prediction, Jimmy’ll also want to have some authentic Orlando experiences while he’s here.


Since he’s already been to Beefy King, we’ve got some suggestions for him:

East End Market
With high-end kitchenware, a near-perfect cheese counter, an inspired Basque kitchen and locally sourced meat, produce and beer, East End Market has really cemented itself as the foodie mecca of Orlando. Jimmy should make this one of the first stops of his trip, ’cause he’ll want to keep coming back, especially once he gets a taste of Lineage’s cold brew.

Park Ave CDs
And while he’s in that part of town, he should pop in across the street and rummage through the bins of vinyl at Park Ave CDs, an Orlando staple for 30 years. Maybe Jimmy could start a rousing new bit for his show called “Stump the Record Store Employee?”

Orlando Vintage Clothing Company
Jimmy always looks super-dapper on his show, so we thought he might dig a trip to one of Orlando’s vintage clothing store gems. Janie Bryant, the costumer for Mad Men, sources some of Joan, Peggy and Betty’s looks from this shop, so Jimmy’ll be sure to get the real deal.

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  • Stephanie k

    Come to Daybreak diner for the best biscuits and gravy in orlando.. voted #1 for the 16th annual foodie award for best breakfast in Orlando 2014.. great food… friendly people :)

  • steve

    who makes these articles? rummaging through vinyl discs while in orlando….smh