O-Town West is a brand new shopping center being constructed conveniently between Universal Orlando Resort and Walt Disney World. This restaurant and shopping center will feature some regional favorites that are being brought to Orlando, so those on their Central Florida vacations can have a little treat from home.
Let’s jump into what will be available when O-Town West opens in the near future!
This new center will offer a variety of options ranging from restaurants to retail. We are really excited about a few of these which appear to be getting closer and closer to being finished every day!
O-Town West is being built off off Palm Parkway and Daryl Carter Parkway, a very easily accessible area for those on vacation or even locals! O-Town West is a project from Unicorp National and you can read more details on their website.
One of the big names coming to O-Town West is White Castle. Again, this is a local favorite that has not previously been available in Central Florida. We previously reported on this new location for White Castle, which is going to be the largest ever restaurant for the company!
The new White Castle will be the largest one for the chain. The restaurant is expected to create over 100 jobs in the Central Florida area.
Known for its tiny square-shaped hamburgers, the menu also includes a variety of sliders like sloppy joe sliders and chicken and waffle sliders. If you need a side to go with your main entree, you can choose from a variety of options like mac ‘n cheese nibblers, chicken rings, corn dog nibblers, and of course, french fries.
No opening date is set for this location yet, but they have started construction!
Portillo’s famous for their hot dogs is also moving down to Central Florida! This Chicago based brand will help you get your gourmet hot dog fix during your Disney vacation even though Casey Corner at Magic Kingdom remains closed.
We cannot wait to see what else will come to O-Town West, as we have only highlighted a few that we are really excited about!
Are you excited for O-Town West to be completed? Let us know in the comments!