Looking for a gift, dinner or a cheap date for Valentine's Day?
Kent Patch has our editor's picks to help you treat your sweetheart this holiday weekend.
- Want a quiet dinner for two? will hold its annual Valentine's Dinner Saturday night. Reservations are required. The dinner includes two seatings, at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., for a five-course Italian dinner with an Italian sparkling wine toast and live music by John Markovic. The cost is $75 per couple, plus tax and 20 percent gratuity.
- Looking for something more budget-friendly? The has a Valentine's Day special that includes an eight-slice pizza, two house salads and a bottle of house wine all for $20 this weekend.
- Does your Valentine have more exquisite tastes? The restaurant is offering a number of menu specials that will be available Friday through Monday night. The specials include lobster tail, prime rib, asparagus-stuffed ravioli and Cornish hen, to name just a few. Drink specials include the "Love Potion," a mix of champagne, cherry juice and Seven-Up, a "Valentini" martini-style Valentine's Day-inspired mix — and of course special desserts. Pufferbelly owner Kevin Long said "we recommend reservations."
- Just looking for a gift for your love? has you covered. The downtown boutique is featuring its special Valentine's Day "Love Bites" chocolates, which include a special message for your loved one. The store also features lots of gift ideas for your special lady, including jewelry and Henna art.
Or, you could always convince some friends to play jazz bass and drums and sing You Look Like Rain by Morphine to your loved one ... just sayin'.
With these suggestions, there are no excuses for not treating your loved one this Valentine's Day.
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