Ace Cafe Opens in Downtown Orlando

May 31, 2017 View Comments by

Ace Cafe OrlandoThe infamous Ace Cafe is celebrating its first North American location with the grand opening of Ace Cafe Orlando.

Spanning 35,000 square feet, the two-story complex includes a full-service restaurant, two kitchens, four bars, a coffee bar, a communal counter, private and semi-private group spaces, retail shops, an art gallery, and more. It offers motor-diner-inspired comfort food, plus some British favorites. Next door to a SunRail station, Orlando’s modern commuter rail line, Ace Cafe Orlando is a less-than-hour ride from the Daytona International Speedway.

The original Ace Cafe in London has been a meeting place for motorcycle, car, and rock ‘n’ roll enthusiasts dating back to 1938. After being damaged during World War II, the cafe was rebuilt in 1949, and by the ’60s had become a destination for England’s café racer scene. It closed in 1969 and didn’t open again until 2001, when a new owner revamped the venue. Today the brand has locations in China, Finland, Switzerland, Spain, and now the U.S.

To learn more about the Ace Cafe Orlando, which will be hosting car and bike meets, live music, and more, visit www.acecafeusa.com.

 

 

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