Six $30 Date Night Itineraries in Orlando

$30 is all you need for a fabulous date night out. Don’t believe me? Check out these four itineraries sure to make your next date night a fun AND affordable venture:

The Thirsty Topher in Ivanhoe Village
The Thirsty Topher in Ivanhoe Village

Audubon Park
Sandwiches at Bikes, Beans and Bordeaux ($14 + tax/tip = $16 )
Sweet treat to share at P is for Pie ($3)
2 beers at Redlight Redlight ($11 with tax and tip)
Total Cost: $30.00
Duration: 2.5 hours

*** Bikes, Beans and Bordeaux hosts Curtis Earth Trivia on Monday nights starting at 6:30pm. You might even win a $15 gift card!

Ivanhoe Village
Friday Night Wine Down at Tim’s Wine Market – Every Friday from 4-6pm (free)
Share a 14” pizza at Wolfies Pizzamia ($15 + tax/tip = $18)
Shared dessert at Twisted Bliss ($3)
Beers at Thirsty Topher Beer & Wine Bar ($9 with tax and tip)
Total Cost: $30.00
Duration: 3 hours +

Winter Park: Self-Guided Sugar Crawl
Stop 1: Peterbrooke Chocolatier (2 truffles = $3)
Stop 2: Croissant Gourmet – closes at 6pm (2 chocolate croissants = $7)
Stop 3: Kilwins Winter Park (2 truffles or chocolates = $4)
Stop 4: Le Macaron (2 macarons = $4)
Stop 5: Park Station (2 glasses of wine = $5 each during Happy Hour Monday – Saturday 4pm-7pm)
Total Cost: $30.00 (+ a couple bucks for gratuity)
Duration: 2.5 hours

Park station bar small
Park Station

Downtown **Tuesdays Only**
$4 apps and drinks at Kasa Restaurant during Tasting Tuesday, 5-10pm (2 apps and 2 drinks = $19 including tax and tip)
Tickets to Lab Rats at SAK Comedy Lab, Tuesdays at 7:30pm (2 x $5 tickets)
Total Cost: $29
Duration: 2.5 hours

Trade Joe’s Pig Out
You can binge on junk food like nobody’s business at Trader Joe’s with just $30 and a commitment to judgment-free indulgence. Read all about it in this $30 Trade Joe’s Date Night post.

$30 Mini Putt Date Night
Check out this list of give different places to have a wallet-friendly mini-putt date night.

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4 Responses to “Six $30 Date Night Itineraries in Orlando”

  1. Erin

    These all sound great and all but clearly the person that put this together is not a great tipper! 2 sandwiches 14$ plus tax and tip equals 16 $ what’s that like 50 cents a sandwhich. I’m all for doing things on a budget but people make there living off tips so if you can’t afford to tip, then you should go to a fast food restaurant. In the last option. They didn’t include a tip at all. I know you don’t need to tip everywhere you go but if you sit down at a bar and have a glass of wine you should be leaving a tip!

    • Kristen Manieri

      Thanks for your input. Your math is clearly better than mine.And you’re right, tipping is always the best way to go.

  2. Michelle P


    Where are those Macarons in the picture from? I’ve never seen those in Le Macaron.

    • Kristen Manieri

      There are from there. One of my contributors took that pic.


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