Whether you’re at home or enjoying an evening out on the town this Valentine’s Day, there’s always a way to create a swoon-worthy date night in New York City. Sweep your better half (or a good pal) off their feet with these exciting ideas!
The only lovebirds we want to see on February 14 are the ones that come with Extra Virgin’s Valentine’s Day pickup meal, a roasted jerk chicken accompanied by glazed carrots and topped with pineapple salsa and Chardonnay jus. Place your order by February 12!
Make your Galentine’s Day even sweeter with the virtual Love Drunk Ice Cream Cocktail Class, hosted by NYC boozy dessert royalty. Master mixologist Justin Noel will reveal all his tips and tricks on how to make a raspberry rosé float and a spiked chocolate kiss. All you need to do is order your kit for pickup! February 12, 7 p.m.
Need to get in some last-minute shopping? Make a day of it at this socially distanced–style market in Brooklyn. Peruse offerings from local vendors, listen to a few tunes courtesy of DJ Empanadamn, and then grab a cocktail from Parklife. February 13 and 14, 2–6 p.m.
A three-course culinary experience in your sweatpants? Sign us up. This Valentine’s Day, Intersect by Lexus will deliver love, dinner, and innovation right to your doorstep.
If you’re looking to do something fun this Valentine’s Day, the Rockaway Hotel has you covered! Enjoy a romantic four-course dinner in one of the bungalow suites, with menu highlights that include espresso-rubbed filet mignon, smoked salmon bruschetta, and truffles for dessert.
Today is the day you fall in love—with tapas. Pair them with a Devil Wears Manzana cocktail and a crema de chocolate dessert (made with bitter orange and olive oil), and even cupid will be green with envy over this at-home Valentine’s dinner for two.
If you didn’t know, Dumbo is for lovers. Well, for the weekend, that is. Whether you’re celebrating love with a partner or with special friends, don’t miss out on a photo opportunity inside the charming heart of Brooklyn. (And then go splurge on something nice at the pop-up market!) February 13, noon–4 p.m.