Orlando, FL (FNN News) – David and Joshua Wallack’s Mango’s Tropical Cafe Orlando, located at International Drive and Sand Lake Road, hosted its VIP Grand Opening celebration at 6:30 p.m. Thursday with an overflowing crowd of new customers, well-wishers, elected officials, and diplomats from all over Florida–some even followed the Wallacks from Miami in support of the grand opening of this second location. In addition to celebrating the restaurant/nightclub’s grand opening, special music guest Papayo, Pitbull’s bandmate and renowned percussionist, was on hand to celebrate his upcoming album, which releases next week. Other special guests included Haiti Ambassador-at-Large Dr. Rudolph Moise, a personal friend of the Wallacks who came up from Miami to support them; Orange County Commissioner Ted Edwards, Orange County Commissioner Victoria Siplin and Attorney Gary Siplin, Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh, and Orlando Commissioner Samuel Ings.
Once the grand opening festivities ended at 8:30 p.m., the party officially started courtesy of the internationally renowned DJ Africa, lasting well into the night. Attendees enjoyed free drinks all night and sumptuous Latin-themed food and live performances from Mango’s Tropical Cafe’s own professional dancers and live band.
Florida National News video coverage of the event coming soon.
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