Valentine’s Day Food & Drink Specials

Valentine’s Day is here. Here are five local food and drink specials perfect for making romantic memories.

Book the ‘Couples in the City: Monuments by Moonlight Experience’ at the Four Seasons Washington, D.C.
Experience the magic of the D.C. monuments at night in a chauffeur-driven luxury car that will take couples on a two-hour moonlit tour. The package includes dinner for two at Bourbon Steak.

Indulge in the St. Regis’s “Alhambra’s Forever Starts Tonight” Package
Running February 9 through 18, couples can experience a four-course tasting menu complete with rose décor, candles and balloons tableside. The package also includes two glasses of Piper-Heidsieck Rosé or a special Valentine’s Day cocktail. Guests will also be seated in the restaurant’s semi-private booths. You’ll be sent on your way with a package of signature macarons for a sweet way to end your evening. $499 per couple.

Courtesy Meg Connolly Communications.

Enjoy a Performance and Cocktail at Union Station
There’s just something romantic about a train station. This Valentine’s Day, D.C. cellist Amy Domingues will be performing from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at The Stage at Union Station. While you’re listening, stop by the 1908 Lounge, a new pop-up bar at Union Station, for a cocktail or glass of champagne to celebrate all things love. The event is presented by the Union Station Redevelopment Corporation (USRC) and Sing For Hope.

Single? You’ll Want to Try this Class
The new in town (2001 M St. NW to be exact) Rumble Boxing Gym DC, along with dating app Bumble, are hosting classes on February 13 and 14 for singles to attend and afterwards, meet fellow singles. After class, Bumble will provide icebreaker cards and there will also be drinks provided by Healthaide and Honeyleaf Platters charcuterie boards.

Visit Artechouse for a Romantic Evening
Artechhouse is offering the chance to sit under the stars with your lover. The Valentine’s Day date night package includes two tickets and one cocktail per person. Valentine’s cocktails include the “Cosmic Love,” made with prosecco, strawberry shrub, a sugar cube and bitters, or the “Heart Nebula,” with bourbon, citrus, egg white, sugar and red wine float. $51+ per person.

Courtesy Artechouse.



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