No date ideas for Valentine’s Day? No problem. News 6 newsroom shares their favorite spots

ORLANDO, Florida. – Valentine’s Day weekend is officially just around the corner, and if you haven’t had time to plan a date, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

We asked all your favorite News 6 faces what they recommend for a Valentine’s Day outing.

If you’re looking for dinner and a show, the News 6 presenter Lisa Bell suggest seeing the Cirque du Soleil show Drawn to life at Disney Springs.

Lisa also has a recommendation if you and your partner are more outdoors.

Anchor ginger ginger and her husband enjoy spending special evenings at their favorite sushi restaurant, Kabooki Sushi.

News 6 reporter Ezzy Castro and her husband enjoy Disney World dates, spending their time at Epcot or Hollywood Studios, she also has recommendations for some local restaurants.

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If you’re looking for a place to grab a meal, Winter Park might just be the place. News 6 meteorologist Trojan Bridges says her favorite place to have a meal is Hill.

News 6 Investigator mike hofield and journalist Erik von Acken also enjoy spending a romantic evening in Winter Park. Mike says 60 vines is the best place for food, wine and romance in Central Florida, while Erik and his wife like to spend romantic evenings in Italian restaurant in Pannullo.

If you’re looking for something a little more low-key, News 6 reporter Amanda Castro and her husband’s date tradition is Tijuana Tuesdays at Tijuana apartments. Their dating traditions have grown to include their son, who loves children’s cheese quesadilla.

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If you’re in Volusia County, News 6 reporter Molly Rose recommends a day date for Ponce Inlet Lighthouse.

We also offer a FREE date package with ICON Park. Click here to enter.

Good luck, and here’s to finding LOVE this Valentine’s Day!

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