Things to do in Orlando for Valentine’s Day!
Here’s a short list of local activities for Valentine’s Day Weekend courtesy of orlandodatenightguide.com!
Leu Gardens’ monthly outdoor movie night continues! This month, enjoy a special screening of When Harry Met Sally on February 14 at 7:30pm with your favorite date. Our favorite part? You’re allowed to bring your own picnic basket and a bottle of wine (or beer). Pack a picnic blanket and chairs to set up your own romantic spread. Capacity is limited and you’ll need tickets ($6/person) to attend. Tickets go on sale February 8 via Eventbrite.
Fun, beautiful, informative and empowering, Kcuvée is a new kind of wine school: a first-person sensorium that will take your palate to the next level. On February 13, join this course to discover the main producing sparkling wine regions of the world and new trends of the industry. Learn the differences between Prosecco, Cava and Champagne and join KCuvée instructors to taste their favorites. Classes are hosted at the Emeril Lagasse Foundation Kitchen House and Culinary Garden in College Park. The cost for the course is $200/person, and we highly recommend adding on the $49 multi-course dinner option from Chef Kevin Fonzo.
From February 11 – 14, enjoy 20% off Pinspiration North Orlando’s Splatter Date night package (typically $99). Suit up and step into the private splatter room to make your own unique masterpiece together! Then enjoy special Valentine’s Day treats including two glasses of champagne and a tray of chocolate-dipped strawberries. More details here.
Get up close and personal with the bohemian world of Paris in its heyday and the spiritual birthplace of the Cancan as Moulin Rouge® The Ballet transports audiences to the most famous cabaret in history. Shows will be performed at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts February 11 – 14, 2021. Tickets begin at $24. Get more details here.
Learn tricks to concoct Valentine’s Day cocktails or wine and dine your date at home with a series of free virtual classes hosted by ABC Fine Wine & Spirits ahead of the big day. On February 10, join mixologist Alex Brick to learn how to make two festive cocktails. On February 11, wine experts Dan Eddy and Nathan Dale will give you the scoop on the perfect wines to sip on February 14. Both classes are free and will begin on Facebook live at 6:30pm.
Beat the crowds and celebrate early at Bulla Winter Park! This stylish eatery is hosting a one of a kind wine pairing event for food lovers in a socially distanced environment. On February 10 from 7-9:30pm, enjoy a private five-course wine dinner, which will immerse you in Spanish cuisine prepared by Bulla’s Executive Chef while tasting a special selection of wines from Marqués de Vargas. The cost is $160 per couple.
Reserve your spot for a special screening of the romance classic Ghost, complete with an indulgent 3-course dinner served in The Ravenous Pig’s outdoor beer garden on Sunday, February 14. The movie will begin at 7pm, although you can arrive as early as 6pm for drinks before the show. Tickets are $130/couple.
Catch a classic romance flick at our favorite independent theater plus enjoy a hearty brunch! Enzian’s annual Valentine’s dining experience is back for brunch this year, with live music from Cat Ridgeway, a special screening of Notting Hill, and a brunch spread with mimosas. Brunch kicks off at 10:30am, followed by the movie at noon. Tickets are $99/couple.
SOUL Haven Ranch is offering private horse drawn carriage rides in a Cinderella coach throughout Valentine’s Day weekend in Winter Garden. Cuddle up as you take in Winter Garden’s charming twinkling lights and sights all along Plant Street on the 20-minute tour. Tours depart from the Downtown Pavilion at 104 S. Lakeview Ave. The cost is $95 per tour, with the carriage accommodating up to 4 adults. Tours are available February 12 – 14 between 6-10pm.
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