3NINE Dress Code

3NINE Orlando Dress CodeWe at 3NINE want to keep the atmosphere fun, friendly, and lively. To do that, the door and management reserve all rights to refuse entry to guests with reasonable cause. This includes, but is not limited to, not having ID, being visibly intoxicated, and not meeting the dress code standards.

We ask that you refrain from wearing the following:

  • Clothes depicting drugs, weapons, or anything obscene/sexual
  • Flip flops
  • Dirty sneakers
  • Hoodies
  • Hats or headgear of any kind (including bandanas/do-rags)
  • Saggy pants
  • Overly baggy clothes (shirts, pants, etc.)
  • Oversized/tall t-shirts
  • Plain white t-shirts
  • Spray painted t-shirts
  • Jerseys
  • Sweat/jogging suits
  • Towels/rags
  • Camouflage
  • Gym shorts on females
  • Tank tops on men
  • Shorts on men
  • Muscle shirts on men

What's Your Experience

The entire staff displayed top notch professionalism, commitment and dedication from beginning to end for our reception held during the International Chiefs of Police Convention. John, Wes, Rashid and their staff went above and beyond to ensure my stress level was zero and that all of our requirements were met to include site setup menu recommendations, floral arrangements and entertainment logistics. All this coordination was all done virtual which is very hard to do. But with a team as awesome as 3NINE you can’t go wrong. I would HIGHLY recommend this venue for all occasions. Thank you John, Wes and entire 3NINE team for making AFOSI event a HUGE success and I look forward to our return to your venue in four years.

Amentia “Ms T” JohnsonCommand Protocol, AFOSI
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