With the opening of new restaurants at Disney Springs there’s now plenty to do outside of the theme parks at night which is more aimed at the grown-ups. The Landing, the neighborhood in the heart of Disney Springs, stays open until 2am Thursday through Saturday. The Edison: Hand-crafted cocktails and entertainment that includes a mix of live musicians, flapper-style dancers, stunning aerialists and a DJ with a ready-to-go dance floor. The Edison has become one of the most sought-after late-night destinations in Central Florida. Round out the evening with The Edison Burger, which takes center stage on their late-night menu. Enzo’s Hideaway: The speakeasy-vibe continues at this intimate hideout. Be on the lookout for a soloist who transports guests back to a bygone era. The BOATHOUSE: A live-band performs inside until midnight but the over-the-water deck bar offers stunning offers a full menu is open until 1 a.m. Thursday through Saturday. The Forbidden Lounge at Morimoto Asia: A special entrance leads upstairs to a tucked-away Asian Ultra Lounge which offers appetizers and signature cocktails. Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar: This waterfront outpost offers casual fare with rare cocktail concoctions—surrounded by vintage aviation ambience inspired by Indiana Jones’ intrepid pilot. Try the Snakebite Sliders served with tomato-bacon jam, Nang Tao Spicy Popcorn Chicken or Incan Tuna Tacos. Or share a taste of the action with an order of Air Pirate’s Pretzels or Old World Pizza of San Marco. Paradiso 37: Here dancers and live music pair perfectly with the largest selection of tequila at Disney Springs. Try a margarita that’s big enough to share or the P37 nachos which are available all night long, along with other favorites like Quesadillas, Canadian Poutine and North American Corn Dogs. Raglan Road: This Irish bar offers hearty pints, tasty bites and a great entertainment line-up including award-winning Irish dancers and live music.