Mango’s Tropical Café has debuted “Mango’s Live!,” an energetic cabaret-style show. This dazzling musical revue features a 12-piece live band, choreographed dancing, exuberant costumes, live singers and theatrical lighting and sound. A new menu, which blends the favors of Latin America and the world into innovative shareable dishes, is also being offered.
“Mango’s is a special place where locals and tourists can celebrate special occasions, reconnect with old friends and make new ones,” said owner David Wallack. “Mango’s Live! is a new, fully immersive artistic show where guests can be part of a high-energy dance and music experience that celebrates life.”
“Mango’s Live!” will go on stage on select nights. The doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. Guests can choose between VIP lounge seats near the stage or general admission. VIP tickets start at $49 per person, while general admission starts at $15. After the nearly two-hour show, guests are welcome to hit the dance floor until 2 a.m. Mango’s evokes the sounds and sights of the great rooms of yesteryear, like the famed Tropicana Night Club in Havana and the iconic Cotton Club of 1930’s New York City. Whether it is to Brazilian samba, Cuban conga, a variety of Latin beats, Hip-hop or today’s top hits, visitors will be surrounded by the rhythms and energy of Mango’s Tropical Cafe.
Along with the show there are also food and drink offerings, like Mango’s number one selling drink, a mojito. “Every dish has been carefully developed to enhance the Mango’s Live! experience through the tastebuds,” said Chef Acosta. “We have drawn from the freshness, flavors, colors and textures of Latin America and the world’s cuisine to create dishes that evoke Mango’s fun and cosmopolitan vibe.”
Mango’s Tropical Café Orlando opened in 2015 on International Drive. It is the sister club of the iconic Miami Beach party destination of the same name, which opened 30 years ago and is credited with the renaissance of the Ocean Drive area in South Beach.
To get your own tickets for “Mango’s Live,” including securing an up-close bottle-service seat, head to the Mango’s Orlando website. Both videos showcased in this article were taken from the center seats in the VIP seating area.