"The Ale House. It's very much a pub, so that's a place to go when you want to have a drink with your buddies. Also Jungle Jim's, which is in Lake Buena Vista. It's a great bar and restaurant I've been going to ever since I worked at Disney. They have family dining, a really festive atmosphere. Little monkeys and animals that you can put in the drinks. It's got a safari theme. And the service is great. There's also Steak-N-Shake, which is a very Southern thing. It's a burger joint, but there's just something about the meat. It's real meat patties. And it's great late-night dining. You know, about midnight, you just finished doing whatever you're going to do, and you go there and you have a burger and fries. Great meal. Also, I grew up on Krispy Kreme. The one I used to go to off of Colonial is still there, I believe. Back in the day, we would go to church and afterward, if I was a good boy, Mom and Dad would take me and get some Krispy Kremes."

If someone only had a day in the city, what would you tell them to do?
"You have to go see both parks. It sounds like most of my time is spent at Disney, but Universal Studios actually has an incredible theme park and they have a great nightlife. It's called Universal Orlando City Walk. They have a lot of clubs. I'm not really a clubber, but I like to people watch. So I'll go to Downtown Disney or to City Walk and walk around and watch people and then get material. Universal's theme parks are absolutely amazing. There's the Islands of Adventure, which is basically all these different theme lands. Like one is Marvel superheroes. And they have the most incredible roller coasters, and these I've actually ridden. They have the Hulk, which is amazing. It shoots you from 0 to 40 in like one-something seconds. They have the Spiderman attraction. It's one of the best rides ever. To close out your night, you have got to go see La Nouba. It's a Cirque du Soleil show, and is absolutely one of the most gorgeous pieces of art I've ever seen. Gymnasts, dancers, swimmers, the whole nine. They've really outdone themselves. It's incredible."