Alumni open spacious downtown bistro

Kyle Israel experienced plenty of success during his four-year tenure as a quarterback for the UCF football team, leading the team to its first conference championship.

Now, he looks to find similar success in the business world, along with partners Travis Barr and Carey Sobel, by opening the American bistro, Terrace 390, in the heart of downtown Orlando.

All three owners, former members of Sigma Chi fraternity at UCF, have made it clear that they are not going anywhere. Israel said he has high hopes regarding the growth of downtown Orlando.

“UCF has been fueling the economy of downtown Orlando, alumni have been making the move to downtown Orlando upon graduation,” he said.

Terrace 390 has a remarkable outdoor patio. The spacious, 10,000-square-foot terrace is perfect for enjoying the beautiful Floridian climate both day and night. With a huge outdoor bar and plenty of seating, this place is ideal for special events.

Inside, well, it’s comfortable to say the least. The bar is the focal point in the room surrounded by 10 flat-screen televisions, making this spot an ideal location for downtowners to watch UCF football games.

Weekly specials include “Get Over the HUMP” Wednesdays, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. By paying a $17 cover charge, customers receive all-you-can-drink wine, bottles of Budweiser and Miller Lite, sliders and house-made chips and live music. There is also live music on Thursdays, and local DJs perform Friday and Saturday night.

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