Good Choices for Valentine’s Day Restaurants
Finding great Valentine’s Day restaurants is obviously important. Whether you’ve been married for 40 years, you just celebrated your 6-month anniversary or you’re hoping to begin a long-term relationship, there are few meals as important as Valentine’s Day meals. That’s what makes the decision among all the available Valentine’s Day restaurants so vital. Here are some things to consider when choosing a Valentine’s Day restaurant.
- Pick her favorite food. Is it Greek or Italian or does she just love a great steak? Maybe it’s sushi or Chinese or almost anything with a great dessert. Hopefully, you know her favorite food. But if you don’t, then ask her sister or Mother or best friend – whoever is most likely to keep the conversation a secret. It’s hard to go wrong when the restaurant offers your loved one’s favorite food.
- Consider a dinner cruise. These are available in many cities and make dinner a special occasion with a cruise down a river or on a lake in town. Eating on a moonlit night while taking in the scenery from a cruise boat is usually a winning idea. Make sure you know that your loved one doesn’t have any fear of boats and doesn’t get motion sickness.
- Pick a top restaurant. Every town has a handful of restaurants with the reputation that they are among the best. Valentine’s Day is one of those holidays where you won’t get questioned too closely about how you can afford to give up. Be sure to figure out if the restaurant includes some food that your loved one will enjoy. For example, one of the top restaurants in town may serve Chinese food. That’s great, but if your loved one doesn’t like Chinese, then it’s automatically a bad choice.
- Dinner and music. Maybe you’re considering strolling musicians or a Jazz band, but dinner with music can be described in a single word: romantic. In fact, you might want to check ads in the newspaper to see if restaurants in town are offering music with a Valentine’s meal or are offering any other kind of Valentine’s Day specials.
- Dessert – definitely. Scientists long ago found a connection between the pheromones that trigger a romantic response between two people and many types of chocolates. Sharing a dessert at the end of a great meal is a romantic way to end Valentine’s Day. In fact, some Valentine’s Day restaurants may advertise a chocolate bar or other special dessert.