MUST BE LOVE ON THE BRAIN
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! Whether you are headed out on the town with your crew or a special night out with your boo, Cupid has Downtown Orlando in his sight.
Rèservation Si’l Vous Plait.
There are more than 50 date-night worthy restaurants within walking distance Downtown. If you’re currently without a plan, The Boheme at the Grand Bohemian has a romantic four-course dinner option for you and your sweetie. For anyone into chocolate and beer (I.E. everyone), Orlando Brewing is hosting a self-guided pairing Valentine’s Day event. But if Galentine’s Day is more your speed, celebrate with your besties at Reyes Mezcaleria with margaritas and loteria on February 13.
Feeling the Love.
February in Downtown Orlando also brings great shows and experiences for lovers and friends to enjoy. Donna Dowless, Orlando’s Ambassador of Love, is showing her artwork at the 15th annual Heart and Soul Exhibit on February 8. That same night, Enchanted will be showing at the Lake Eola Amphitheater for a family-friendly night out. Meanwhile, legendary tenor Andrea Bocelli will be at Amway on February 13, and Jazz for Lovers, showcasing music of Nat King Cole, will be at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts February 14-16. And in Thornton Park Well-Strung will feature classical sounds fused with modern pop on February 13 at the Mezz.