Summer isn’t over yet. In fact, it’s still going strong in Central Florida. There is still plenty of things to do around Winter Park and the surrounding areas. If you’re worried about crowds, there are plenty of places on our list for social distancing. Check out our top Orlando date night ideas August 2020 edition.
À La Cart Orlando – 609 Irvington Avenue Orlando, FL 32803
The Sourfest is an all month of sampling sour beers at À La Cart Orlando. Due to social distancing, they couldn’t do it all in one day so they had to spread it out over the first few weeks of August. Featured local breweries include 7venth Sun (Dunedin/Tampa), Arkane (Largo), Deviant Wolfe (Sanford) and Tactical (Orlando).
If you aren’t a fan of sours, they have plenty of other specialty beers and food truck items
Friday, August 7, 8-10pm
Audubon Park Covenant Church
3219 Chelsea St Orlando, FL 32803
You can still have a movie night while social distancing. Drive-in movies are a super cozy way to social distance. Plus, watching a classic film is a super romantic way to spend an evening.
There is a limit of 20 parking spots and 10 spots on the lawn with at least 6 ft. physical distance will be available for families and groups of 6 or less.
They are also requesting a $10 suggested donation per car/group as a way to help us to continue to fundraise for our Heart in A Park building revitalization.
August 23 – September 6
The Opera on Park Summer Concert Series will be featuring world-class signers up close and personal. Opera Orlando will be broadcasting each concert on Facebook for this season. Viewers will be able to watch a wide selection of songs, duets, arias and interviews before the Mainstage show. The best part? You can get free access to the concert series though the Opera Orlando Facebook page.
Thursday, August 20, 5:30-9pm
Central Florida Zoo – 3755 W Seminole Blvd, Sanford, FL 32771
Stroll through the Central Florida Zoo with your partner while sipping a beer or glass of wine. Admission at the Sunset at the Zoo is only $5. Adults 21 and older can enjoy alcoholic beverages while checking out the animal exhibits. Don’t forget to social distance and drink responsibly!
The Orange County Regional History Center is presenting “Love Speaks”, a virtual tour. “Love Speaks” is a remembrance exhibition for Pulse. The exhibit features artwork from people across America. These works pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the Pulse tragedy. This is a free virtual tour that you can watch from your home.