Check out these unique Orlando-area bars and restaurants

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SOURCE: ClickOrlando.com

From eating at an old jail house to sipping coffee with some cats roaming around, there are many unique dining venues to choose from in Central Florida.

Check out one of these gems on your next dining adventure:

Soupa Saiyan: 5689 Vineland Road, Orlando

Anyone who is a fan of the cartoon, “Dragon Ball Z,” will love the theme of the Orlando restaurant Soupa Saiyan. It’s a noodle shop that includes build-your-own soups and “Dragon Ball Z” decor. The menu is small, but it includes Vietnamese pho, Korean fire noodles and Korean fire burritos.

Almost 2,000 Google Reviews gives it a rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars. A lot of reviewers say they loved building their own noodle soups and the atmosphere.

Orlando Cat Café: 532 Cagan Park Ave. Suite 201-203 Clermont

Although it has Orlando in the name, you can actually find this spot in Clermont. The owners tell News 6 their coffee shop lets you relax with a soothing cup of joe, while watching the playful antics of adoptable cats and kittens from the SPCA of Florida.

Customers do have to pay to get in. It’s $8 for adults and $4 for children under 12 per hour.  Proceeds from a portion of the entry fee help support homeless cats. The owner recommends making a reservation ahead of time to ensure a spot. You can do that by calling 352-989-4820 or making a reservation online at orlandocatcafe.com. On the website you can also see the cats looking for their forever home.

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