Caboose exemplifies a local love atmosphere, regardless of “scenes” that ruin culture.
By Patrick Kabot
Caboose Bar is quickly becoming one of the hottest spots in Downtown Orlando’s College Park. It’s definitely a cool spot and features two rooms, one for the bar and one with a stage, as well as a pool table! Caboose is making a solid effort to become one of Orlando’s more prominent venues, and is doing a hell of a job!
Every Wednesday night you can catch local favorite, and House of Blues veterans Hor!izen. Caboose has also featured groups from out of town, including The Young Psychedelics who performed last Friday night.
This Friday Caboose is supporting two South Florida groups, Basebourne and Brodyn, who are on tour. They’ll also be accompanied by two prevalent local groups, Henrietta and Reggie Williams. The best part about Caboose though may be the “No Cover” stance that they take, allowing bar hoppers to enjoy some of the best groups around town for the welcoming price of “Free .99”.
Caboose exemplifies a local love atmosphere, regardless of “scenes” that ruin culture. Providing everything from Reggae to Blues to Progressive, and everything in-between.
Caboose is also a favorite for Orlando’s best skateboarders as Ken Zamojski who works with Caboose is also the owner of Orlando’s longest-running skateshop, Galactic G! The show starts at 9 this Friday, May 16th. If you’re looking for something to do, look no further!
Patrick Kabot is a resident of Avalon Park. He graduated from Valencia with a pre-major degree in Jazz Guitar Performance and is currently attending UCF for an undergraduate in English Literature. Patrick plays in the local band Sela Dors, enjoys philosophy and is an avid tattoo enthusiast.