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When my sister was old enough to get into the clubs we started going to Park Avenue and J. Those were the best times of my life and if I had a time machine I would go back there. I remember so many stores, restaurants and other places on the list posted here and seeing the names brings back a lot of memories.

Used to go to Peaches a lot to buy tapes. My then boyfriend played guitar so we would go to Abney's music store. My sister-in-law were just on the phone today trying to remember all the old places here in Kissimmee. Her family moved to Kissimmee around the same time as my family and she is two years younger than me.

We remembered quite a lot and I am trying to research all the old places here but not having much luck. My family moved here when Disney was being built and my dad was a painter out there. My mother got a job at Disney in first working as a housekeeper at the Contemporary hotel then as a reservationist.

She worked out there for well over 25 years full time then after she 'retired' she worked part time well into her 70's. My mom had perfect attendance for all those years. When she got dementia in I moved her in with me and my son cleaned out her house.

My mom was a hoarder of sorts and kept every piece of paper she ever got from Disney including the employee handbook when she was hired. Lots and lots of old Disney memorabilia and my son has it all. Sadly she passed away this August.

I remember my mother giving me, my son and my sister each a book of tickets for Disney and I would drive us out there to spend the day. We went every weekend for a long time just to have something to do. Actually it still is.

There was a Royal Castle at the corner of Howell Branch and It is now Edy's ice cream. One block away on Howell Branch was the Melting Pot fondue restaurant. Actually the Royal Castle was at the corner of and Horatio Ave. It's all gone now to make way for a large condo. Howell Branch turns into Horatio Ave. That's the Royal Castle I remember most.

I got a photo of it from Google Earth when it was Jeremiah's Italian Ice and before the building was demolished.

I don't know how to post it here, though. Abney drove a red factory slantnose Porsche Turbo. I was there the day he got it back from the bodyshop after its first respray. Definitely no kit car. But yes, Van Halen did come to Abney's and it did make an impression on him when he was still just a kid. The funny thing is, I used to pass him on Mills Avenue every morning on the way to work as we traveled in opposite directions and it took me years to put 2 and 2 together I always windered who that butch was that was driving that beautiful He was very boyish and had a haircut that very popular with lesbians and punk rockers of the day.

Hiding behind those John Lennon shades every morning, i didn't recognize that he was recognizing me and smiling I just thought he was a friendly lesbian that liked my cars, lol. Too bad you took to disparaging him with disinformation sbout that awesome car his father purchased for him. Definitely not a steal Peavy Mark IV bass head and a cabinet with 2 10's and a Black Widow 18" speaker and with daily sales like that along with lessons and repairs on everything from mandolins to pianos, there was no need to fake anybody with a kit car.

Oh, how we miss them. This was a chain of Dime Stores and several Family Centers carrying a little of everything. They were stores strong before they went downhill. There was a sub place on Orange Avenue in the late 80s early 90s that had the absolute best steak and cheese sub's ever.

It was just a little hole in the wall between Kaley and Michigan. Question reminded me of Floyds Sub Pub on N. Barefoot Mailman in the Florida Mall.

My 1st job when I was Spencer tall skinny guy with glasses was the asst mgr. The Royal Castle in Maitland. In the early 60's, there was a place on Colonial called the Stand and Snack that had the best roast beef sandwiches. I believe it was on Rosalind or Palmetto. I enjoyed seeing all of these old names again! Thanks for the walk down memory lane! Moved from the Central Florida area in after growing up there and enjoying most of these places!

I thought of a couple. Sorry if I missed them on the list. Bar in the back of store. Great prizes for dance contests, Halloween costumes etc. Bar spun around bartender. Fun place to start out win some cash to go elsewhere. The Caboose train car bar. Was in Casselberry area. Was too young to drink there in it's brief existence but did!: It was a meeting place at New Smyrna beach when we skipped school.

We discussed the great french bakery in New Smyrna where we got sandwiches and the best pastries! Harrigans downtown Winter Park ring a bell with anyone?

WAG's - I am from S. Florida and remember the WAG's style structures of that chain spin-off of Walgreen's. It was located at the end of the buildings towards University and the inside was done in dark wood.

Orange Avenue Drive In - I was a ticket girl there- Love all the memories of when Orlando was an undiscovered tropical paradise and a wonderful place to grow up. Although it is so different now, they can't take away our memories. The pre-Mickey, Beautiful stucco homes with terrazzo floors and orange trees everywhere. Will always remember Orlando like that. Never been there but figured they went out of business losing customers to the rival Congo River Golf.

The building has been long torn down but I think the parking lot and sign still remain. It's on Central Parkway on the west side of I Also from the beginning of the 90s the theater in town was the Altamonte 8 Cinema. This one was demolished in , must have been due to the over-saturation of movie theaters in the area AMC 18 and Picture Show. The new Whole Foods stands where this theater used to be. This one was demolished in , replaced by the Altamonte Cinema 8, who then in turn was replaced by AMC You have got some great posts in your blog.

Keep up with the good work. Harrigan's on Park Avenue in Winter Park. Huge cheese platter for 5 dollars. Ha, I used to work there. Mark Alexander I think was the owner??? Indoor Pools West Orange. Taco on 50 between Mills and Bumby - best tamales and neon sauce! Ate until I cried and sweat poured from my eyebrows then ate some more.

Does anyone remember or know the location of the frat house? In oviedo I believe. It used to have latin nights in I don't remember the name but had fond memories of the place as it had neon pigs dancing on the wall if I remember right. It might have been called 3 Pigs BBQ? The food was served in a basket with waxed paper liner. Usually a sandwich and fries with a side of beans.

That's about all I can remember of it other than we enjoyed it for years after church on Sundays we'd eat there quite often. It wasn't too far from I-4 I guess south on the trail. My Mother worked in a shopping center at and Holden. Winn Dixie was at the other end and a shoe store next to the beauty show my Mother worked in.

Thanks Jeff and John. That would be about the right location. Thanks Jeff I sure don't remember that name but will take you at your word. We used to go to Florida Shores Baptist Church and then would go eat there when we lived in Southwood before moving to west of Orlando.

We moved in when I was 5 years old so my memory probably isn't that great. Anyone remember a singer who did impersonations of everyone from al jolson to elvis presley back in the early and mid 70s in the Orlando area? Also played at Club Juana as well? I don't think it was Jungle Jim's but I could be wrong.

Drinks would start at 5cents at 8PM and increase 5 cents every half hour. At midnight the drinks would decrease 5 cents every half hour. I could not find it so i'll ask does anyone remember a burger place on the corner of and colonel dr it had a monkey I think riding a horse on the roof and it rocked back and forth. Not sure if there were others but i remember that one. Does anyone remember a very large wood framed two or three story house if you are heading south on toward Kissimmee on the left just past Sand Lake Road?

The back of the building facing and was set back off the road with a large back yard of just grass. Someone told me in the mid 60's it was the summer home of Ringling Brothers Circus but I found out that that was not true.

I think it was a residence or a old hotel. It really bothers me that as a teenager I wondered about it and now I'm 66 and still do not know what it was. Anyone know anything about it.

It was maybe several miles south of Sand Lake Road and ? Downtown Orlando I think across from the funeral home was a teen nighclub The Coconut Club and Morrison's was near by. Used to buy old comics there.

Near the rocket and a big chess board? There was one in sun plaza now its devided up party city and 2 other stores. Then the one on west colonial that became k mart now magic mall. Then the one on east 50 and And the zayre on orange and grant st. And the one in winter garden. That one is still empty. Howard johnsons motel on s. What was the name of the store in Winter Park Mall in the early 90s, with tons of fake flowers and plants everywhere and secret rooms within it?

You used to come off the exit at a traffic light, across from the pizza place. Anyone remember or ever heard of a bar called Sally's south street saloon on south street it was a biker bar close to the corner by primrose? Penguin Point on Edgewater next to Royal Castle. Christmas parade through downtown. Herbs Monkey on a Horse. With facade of a ship in front. Chastain's Restaurant on with the radio station office on legs in the front parking lot.

Gatorland were you entered through the open gator jaws! Edgewater High homecoming parades down Edgewater Drive. Edgewater-Boone games at Tangerine Field. Butch Wagoner, Ben Tanner and Acetalene "bombs".

Hush hush in Conway Shores. Conway Road airport road Beefy King across from Colonial Mall. Jordan Marsh dept store. Aloma was a two lane road. Sanford Naval Air Station. Osteen general store Deltona and the Mackle Brothers. Dommerich Hills and the Clayton Brothers. The only three producing pecan trees in C Fl. Lee and Ricks is still serving oysters at the same location and gatorland still has the jaws! Just remembered Floyds Sub Pub on N. Orange Ave in W. Unreal cheesesteaks, loved them so muchI always got two regulars with fries and a root beer.

Stopped on way back from Trinity or FTU He advised me that I was on police radio, marked and unmarked radar cars whenever I came down Aloma, Palmer or Fairbanks. I felt them and waved as I went by Aloma Model Raceway on Aloma Ave. It was there from approx. Spent a lot of hours racing my slot cars there. Boris' Bar on Aloma Ave. Also went there with our softball team Cavaliers after the game at Fairview Park. Roper"s Drive-In at the corner of Orlando Ave.

It had a Monkey riding on top of a Horse that rocked back and forth on top of the neon sign out front on It was a classic drive-in burger joint. El Torito in Altamonte. Best Salsa to this day. Godfather's Pizza, East Colonial Drive. It might be a now closed Cici's Pizza. First time I ever played the Stargate arcade game. It was a souped-up version of Defender. I was a regular at Godfather's since I was hooked on the taste.

I still buy it at some gas stations. I watched Clash of the Titans the original There was also a pub nearby where you could eat and watch a movie indoors. I went back to Orlando last month, massively over-crowded and run down looking now.

They completely destroyed the Naval Training Center and built Baldwin Park for the rich yuppies and hipsters. My apartment barracks overlooked Lake Susannah. Now I couldn't even afford to park there! I was stationed at Sanford Naval Air Station Lots of good memories. Most of my friends in Orlando have passed away. Stand and Snack on W Colonial c Best roast beef sandwiches. You stood at a high table to eat.

Also the Over 18 Club, a place for guys and girls to meet on Friday or Saturday evenings. What was the name of that great steakhouse restaurant on orange blossom trail and colonial. I believe it was OBT.. Lots of lawyers are there.? Here's a long shot. There was a "teeny bopper" "hole in the wall" type of dance club in Orlando. I don't think it was Electric Avenue? I would go on the weekends-maybe Saturday's. There were mostly young black kids dancing on Saturday's.

The guy at the door was named John. His son was the DJ. Scatz on Bennett Road? Opened in , though. How embarrassing, I remember.. I was also "Miss Peppermint Park" for a month. Didn't see Casa D' Antonio's at N. Chef owner Ed Grabusic. Known for best Veal dishes Gene Burns talk show radio personality. I visited Florida for a vacation, stayed at my friend's place. She took me to this place called Saffron Indian Restaurant and surprised me with its authentic Indian Food.

I was amazed with the food and the ambiance. Really loved to find such a delicious Indian cuisine in Orlando. Anybody remember Lake Barton Dr. Also, that Semoran didn't go south of Curry Ford Rd. You must try Mynt Indian Restaurant in Orlando. They serve some really authentic Indian food with delicious and yummy desserts. Me and my husband often go there to spent some peaceful dinner time. Make your prior reservations here http: I remember a school mate of mine named Mark who's parents worked at or managed the place.

Who's list is this? Thanks Sir, For sharing this information with us. This is really helpful. I hope you will share some more infomation. Responding to "wish I could remember the name of that awesome Mexican place near Altamonte, I can taste it now! Could it be either Casa Gallardo or El Torrito's??? El Torrito's had one of the best servers that I still remember to this day: There was a Taco Tico around the corner on Lee Rd, as well.

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Amira's Jewish Deli - on So good, so long. Big C - liquor lounge was torn down on University to build the Target. They moved just the liquor store across the street. Cairo - on Sunday night. Usually spent Saturday's with Gram there. That's been gone a loooong time. That was THE Denny's. The Grind coffee shop. There was one on 50 at Alafaya, in the same shopping center was The Dunes surf shop and Tien Garden restaurant. Plitt theatre - on University and Goldenrod, and there was an arcade next to it.

The K Mart there is now gone too. I think they actually stocked that many! They had free popcorn and tons of movies, including all kinds of B movies and weird cult films you can't find anywhere.

They also had the tempting 'Adult" section behind the curtains in the back. As a kid, you could easily wander in there and learn about getting your jollies while mommy was busy in the romantic comedy section. Prunes, and Tom Jones The owners were from Afghanistan and were so kind and ran such a good business. Their three little sons were adorable and such good kids.

I never forgave Publix for running them out, although I believe they found another location, it was just too far to go to do laundry. I forgot all about that! I never went, but I remember when they tried to make it hip. Ended up being a frat bar. Didn't work out, long gone now.

This music store at Mill's and Canton only stocked a few brands of music gear. A steal by today's standards. He dressed and looked like Eddie Van Halen too! He was a funny old coot. Add Orlando Jai Alai to the list. The Fern Park institution will close soon, according to the Sentinel. Adolph's Aardvark - competition for the Infinite Mushroom Adolph's Aardvark in College Park-little hippie store, got my first black light.

Must have been in 7th grade. Adventure Club upstairs at Townsends Aha - I just caught my mistake. In an earlier post I was correcting Mark "Jagbone" C. Orange Blossom Trail and Lancaster. But he was right! I thought he said S. But I remembered a restaurant in that vicinity where you could get a good little steak as well.

And there used to be ABC Liquor store. What about the iconic church street arcade? And when Cheyenne's saloon was open? Since it's the holidays, I remember there was this one house in Winter Park, it was off Palmer Ave, that had a huge tree in the yard. They put lights up on every single branch and a lighted Santa or two.

AKA lounge Pine St. You can go to http: All of these were in Fashion Square which was the better mall until Fla and Millenia were built. All the places you all have listed bring back so many memories. All those names are correct, Tom. Thanks for jogging my memory! T and the Undertakers? That was a HUGE early 80's hang out. I used to go there every Friday night after eating a delicious cuban dinner around the corner at a place on Orange Avenue.

Can't remember the name. Townsends was a big meet market back then. It went as far as cable systems in Tampa and Orlando. Anybody get it throughout the ss? Also used to shop at Byron's a lot as a child. Also what about the old Wekiva Marina restaurant? That place was the bomb. Had a great porch to eat on with a tin roof and they'd pump cool water out of the springs onto the roof to help keep it cool.

Raccoons would come up and beg for food. Also, a lot of the 'favorite' places listed here were small independent businesses. I don't think Murmur closed up because it went bust, I think Don was just tired and wanted to do something else.

A lot of the store mentioned, with fondness, earlier in the thread were music stores. Clubs always come and go, as tastes change.

Also, didn't we used to have a Shoney's in town? Also, I'm pretty devastated to just recently learn that Room 39 my favorite dtown Orlando bar apparently is deceased? Also, since one dinner theatre was mentioned, we should also remember Sebastian's, which went kaput in '74 and reopened as The Phoenix, which also shortly went kaput.

I read this all the way through and so many wonderful memories were revived and I learned a great deal about the background of places I hadn't been to but knew of and always wondered what they were!!

Amc theatre near fashion square mall-now summit church Ame's - Either took over from Zayre's or?? I barely remember even the name of this place, let alone what they had.

Had my first under age drink there, a Singapore Sling. And anyone remember when Maitland celebrated their year anniversary?

It felt so boring to live in Maitland, with nothing much to do than chase the ducks and watch out for the supposed gators and water moccasins around Lake Lily, so that Saturday afternoon spent on the fair rides were the best! But sadly i would take any one of those days back, if given the chance. And at Kit Kat Club you'd get a free beer glass on your birthday, sniff, sniff And before Burger Chef, there was Royal Castle I recall three from the old days - one at the northeast corner Curry Ford Road and Conway Road, another at the southeast corner Michigan and Delaney, and the other one we went to was in Winter Park - don't recall the location.

I recall the first Burger Chef in our community was built on the south side of Curry Ford Road, close to where Krystal's is now located; it was the summer after 8th grade, and I went there with a guy I was seeing who lived in my neighborhood.

One of the last times I remember going to Royal Castle on Curry Ford was in October of - went there with a bunch of people with the munchies. The things we remember. The fillets were sort of lightly breaded with, not battered. And going wayyyyyy back I remember when the Gabriel family used to sell their subs from their home off Edgewater drive before opening up the restaurant.

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Testing outside our regular hours. Polygraph testing at your location. Polygraph testing in a language other than English. Discount on a 2nd polygraph test or a 2nd person.

Call to ask for prices on these above options. What is the most common type of polygraph test? Cheating in a relationship. Run the other way if your examiner won't let you quietly observe. We know two examiners who don't want you to know this! Behind the scenes on some TV 'contest' shows! Some contestants are part of TV programs because of something supposedly unique in their backgrounds.

Some lie about their background or history to be on the show, because of the large prizes. We catch them every time! We have been testing since the. TV producers have used us for more TV show 'pilots' than any other Examiner Many examiners forget to tell you this before you come in for your test-- and that's a bad mistake. Drink water an hour before the testing.

An important part of a polygraph test is measuring moisture changes at the fingertips. On warm and hot days, especially by afternoon, a person may have already 'sweated out' more water than they took in that day, leaving them 'dehydrated'.

The green wiggly line is the finger-moisture changes If at the start of testing the examiner detects dehydration, there are only two special ways to properly handle that issue. If not done correctly at this point, the test's accuracy is destroyed.

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Did you see a recent television reality show where an examiner used antique 'analog' polygraph equipment, and that examiner could not determine if the examinee was telling the truth or not?

Next, the producers called us in to do testing with modern equipment, and solid results were immediately obtained. Our polygraph tests have been used in school board hearings Polygraph is so accurate that you can not become a police officer or deputy sheriff in California without passing a polygraph examination! You've seen our work on many reality TV shows. We were hired to do the real-life promotional polygraph exams promoting this TV show!

Certified for both types of testing, we say: From a recent undercover TV show: