Date Night in Orlando

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Hello there! My name is Tyger Danger. My boyfriend, Grayson, and I are University of Florida graduates now living in the beautiful city of Orlando. Grayson grew up in Windermere, but we recently moved downtown to be more in the thick of the city. We are both in our twenties, but those who know us know we are old souls. We enjoy fine dinning, live music (not too loud, of course) and MOVIES. Learn More About Us.

Orlando has many incredible restaurants, shops, museums and festivals I am eager to try. Moving to a new city is an adventure. It inspired me to create a site for Orlando couples who need a fun date night. Here you will find our critiques of restaurants, movies and recipes.

ProfileOur Favorite Restaurants

California Grill

California Grill is a Signature Dining restaurant that serves award-winning gourmet dinners and incredible views atop Disney's Contemporary Resort. Grayson and I celebrated our two-year anniversary at a beautiful table overlooking Magic Kingdom. Fireworks covered the night sky at 9 and the sushi was out of this world. For More Restaurants.

Movies

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How to Train your Dragon

Definitely not just a kids' movie, How to Train your Dragon will likely delight any moviegoer. Grayson and I enjoyed being taken into the 3D Viking world. I think I enjoyed that part a little bit more, as my father has many Viking-like qualities. He grows a beard on our family canoe trips and keeps a sword in his closet. You may not feel as connected to the characters as you might have been in UP or Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, but the 3D flying sequences were worth seeing the film alone. For More Movie Reviews.

Easy Recipes

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Rosemary Chicken and Roasted Vegetables

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Brush the chicken with the butter. Place the chicken and vegetables into a roasting pan. Season with the rosemary. Mix the stock and orange juice in a small bowl and pour half the stock mixture over the chicken and vegetables.
  2. Roast at 375 degrees F for 45 minutes.
  3. Stir the vegetables. Add the remaining stock mixture to the pan. Roast for 30 minutes or until the chicken is cooked through. For More Recipes.