World of Beer

It’s not often I venture over to restaurants or bars in Southwest Orlando, but this past weekend I wanted to do something different so I headed to the Dr. Phillips neighborhood first for dinner at Stonewood Grill (yum!) and then to World of Beer for, well, beer.

I’d heard that World of Beer opened, so I was excited to check it out. I was a bit skeptical, though. Bars in plazas don’t generally appeal to me, but they somehow overcame this at WOB.

Even though when we arrived Saturday night, the bar was packed, we managed to find a place to land and grab a few beers … service was a bit slow, but the bartenders were hustling. The toughest thing about getting a beer there wasn’t really the service, but narrowing down the selection. World of Beer has more than 500 (!) beers  to choose from.

Beyond the beer, they also feature Live music every Thursday, Friday & Saturday … the guy we saw Saturday was really good.  WOB has some awesome specials, too,  including the one currently running for Mardi Gras–$3 Abita Drafts!

For more info, check out WOB online … they’re social!

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Categories: Entertainment, Music, Nightlife

Author:Kim Taylor

Music Lover. Starboard Rower. Tennis Junkie. Lover of Life.

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