Orlando, unlike Miami, does not have a plethora of options when it comes to Chabad locations and eateries that provide options on shabbat. For information on Miami accommodations check out Yeah That’s Kosher’s posting on the subject (will be updated when 2017 information is available).
Especially for yeshiva break one should consult Godaven’s temporary minyan page for up to date temporary minyanim that may be available as well as requests for minyanim
Important Note: especially when it is not “yeshiva week” you should call the locations below to confirm minyan availability and timing.
Has services year round and is especially popular during yeshiva week.
7347 W Sand Lake Road Orlando, FL 32819
8 am EST Monday through Friday
8:15 am EST on Sundays
10 minutes before sunset
Summer: 7:30 pm EST | Winter: 10 minutes before Sunset
A little further away from popular tourist attractions
8591 Banyan Blvd Orlando, FL 32819
6:30 A.M. Monday – Friday
8:00 A.M. Sunday
15 Min before sunset Sunday – Thursday
Mincha Erev Shabbos – At candle lighting (18 min before Sunset)
Shacharit – 9:00 A.M
Mincha on Shabbos – 30 min before Sunset
Chabad of North Orlando (Nate’s Shul)
Further away but has many guest speakers
1701 Markham Woods Road Longwood, FL 32779
Friday night – 7:00 pm.
Shacharit – 9:30 am