Category Archives: Church Street District

Hamburger Mary’s

Hamburger Mary’s will be offering:

Hamburger Mary’s Alfredo Burger

The “Alfredo Burger” with a choice of regular side item for $7.95.

The ” Alfredo Burger” is a 1/2 lb. all beef burger topped with provolone cheese, mushrooms, bacon, and our creamy Alfredo sauce. Served with choice of a regular side item.

Hamburger Mary’s is located at:
110 West Church Street, Orlando, FL 32801

Wahlburgers

Wahlburgers will be offering:

Wahlburgers Surf N’ Turf Burger

Celebrate summer with Wahlburgers! Enjoy our Surf N’ Turf Burger featuring fresh chunks of Maine lobster meat topping a 1/3 pound, freshly ground beef burger with melted white cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato and bacon. It’s finished with lemon chive mayo and served on a pillowy potato bun. $12.95 for Main Streets Restaurant Week!

Wahlburgers is located at:
200 South Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL 32801

Graffiti Junktion

Graffiti Junktion will be offering:

Two for $30 Deal

Pick ONE Shareable Appetizer:
-Zucchini Fries
served with horseradish sauce and dusted with Parmesan cheese

-Fried Pickles
served with horseradish sauce and dusted with Parmesan cheese

Pick TWO Mouthwatering Entrees:
-Lone Star Burger
Bacon, BBQ sauce, Cheddar Cheese, lettuce, tomato and pickle on a Flour Bun with hand cut fries

-Graffitti Double
Double Bacon American Cheese Burger with lettuce, tomato and pickle on a Brioche Bun with hand cut fries

-California Chicken Salad
Mixed lettuce, grilled chicken, tomatoes, carrots, bleu cheese, sprouts, avocado tossed in our homemade signature balsamic dressing

-Caprese Chicken Sandwich
Grilled Chicken, Mozzarella Cheese, Tomato, Balsamic, Basil Oil on a Flour Bun with hand cut fries

Pick TWO Cold Domestic Drafts OR NA Cold Beverage:
Bud Light
Coors Light
Miller Light or
Yuengling

There are three Graffiti Junktion locations within our Main Street districts. Their locations are as follows:

College Park Main Street
2401 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, FL 32804

Church Street District
54 West Church Street, Orlando, FL 32801

Thornton Park District
700 East Washington Street

The City of Orlando Celebrates National Small Business Week

Orlando Mayor Dyer and the City of Orlando Celebrate National Small Business Week 2017

As part of National Small Business Week, April 30 – May 6, the City of Orlando is recognizing the great contributions of the entrepreneurs and small business owners in our Orlando Main Streets, the City’s nine unique neighborhood commercial districts Continue reading The City of Orlando Celebrates National Small Business Week

Local New Year’s Eve Celebrations You Should Know About

There’s never a shortage of New Year’s Ever celebrations in our City for people of all ages to enjoy. Ring in 2017 at one of these local NYE parties:

Event listing will be updated as information becomes available. Please note, all events listed fall within our Orlando Main Street districts.

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Small Business Saturday Deals in the Orlando Main Streets

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Shop Small in the Orlando Main Streets!

Holiday shopping season is upon us! What better way to find a unique and one-of-a-kind gift for everyone on your shopping list than to shop small? In honor of Small Business Saturday, Mayor Dyer and the City of Orlando invite all residents on Saturday, November 26 to make a conscious decision to patronize the small, locally-owned businesses in our community – many of which are located in our Downtown and Orlando Main Streets Districts.

Shopping small not only helps you check off your holiday gift list, but it is also a way to give the gift of opportunity to our City. The City’s thriving small business community provides much-needed goods and services and drive our local economy by creating new jobs and opportunities, ultimately enhancing the quality of life for residents.

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24 Representations of Pride in the Orlando Main Streets

This weekend our City welcomes thousands of visitors for the 2016 Come Out With Pride Parade and Festival. This year, the parade holds an even greater significance for our City, serving as a celebration of life and remembrance for the 49 victims of the Pulse tragedy.

To further celebrate our City’s pride and inclusion, we’ve collected a number of art pieces, items and locations that represent pride in our Orlando Main Streets.

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