Nestled in the Pine Castle Community for 54 years was Olde Dixie Fried Chicken, a no frills joint that served up delicious fried chicken. Seriously, if you loved good old fashioned southern fried chicken, this was the place to be.
Years before mega parks ever opened their doors to the public in the Orlando area there was a theme park that for 20 years placed guests right in the heart of the Wild West… We’re talking about the 200-acre Silver Springs gem of Six Gun Territory.
The Vogue Theatre, located at the corner of Colonial and Mills in the Colonialtown neighborhood opened on December 25th, 1940 with the film Four Mothers. After closing in the early 1970s it was replaced with a gas station. Currently a CVS resides on the property.
Thanks for the shoutout from the University of Central Florida! It's always a great idea to support locally owned businesses, it's even better when you can support UCF Alumni-owned businesses! GO KNIGHTS!