How You Can Celebrate Valentine's Day in 2021!
We are facing yet another holiday that looks a little different this time around, but that doesn't mean we can't celebrate! We've put together this list of ideas for you and your significant other, so you can still enjoy Valentine's Day while remaining socially distant and following healthy precautions.
Check out our list of activities below, which includes restaurants around the DMV offering great V-Day deals as well as other at-home activities you can enjoy. Let us know in the comments which one you plan on doing!
Grab a 4-Course Meal from Founding FarmersWHERE: 1924 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20006
Enjoy four courses with two sides, white boule or cornbread, dessert, and two unscented votives. They will also have bottled cocktails: Will You Be Mine? and Strawberry Negroni.
Order Takeout from Twist Fells PointWHERE: 723 S Broadway, Baltimore, MD 21231
They will have a very special Valentine's Day menu that you can order from for carryout, delivery, or curbside pickup.
Enjoy a Dinner for Two from Avenue Kitchen & BarWHERE: 911 W 36th St., Baltimore, MD 21211
Avenue Kitchen & Bar will be offering a Valentine's Day pre-fixed three-course meal that's $100 per couple. You can also add a bottle of Whispering Angel Rose or a bottle of Chandon Sparkling Rose. Dishes include tuna carpaccio, filet mignon, jumbo lump crab cake, house-made pasta, and, for dessert, red velvet cheesecake.
Pair Great Wine and Food at Parc de VilleWHERE: 8296 Glass Alley STE 110, Fairfax, VA 22031
This Friday through Sunday, enjoy a meal that's $75 per person. This includes a romantic, prix-fixe Valentine's dinner along with an optional French wine pairing to match each of the four courses. The a la carte dinner menu will also be available.
Enjoy Drink Specials and Complimentary Churros at Copa Kitchen & BarWHERE: 4238 Wilson Boulevard Suite 150, Arlington, VA 22203
Copa Kitchen & Bar is offering great specials all weekend long, including $6 sangria, house wine, or cava , $25 for three tapas of your choice, and complimentary churros.
Have an At-Home Game NightGet out your favorite board game or gaming system, and have fun competing with each other!
DIY Your Own Wine and Cheese NightWho says you have to go to a fancy vineyard to enjoy some great wine and cheese pairings? After you stock up on different wines and cheeses, set up your very own charcuterie board and have a cozy wine and cheese night from the comfort of your home.
Take a Virtual Cooking Class TogetherIn-person activities may be limited or not available at all, but you can find almost any activity done virtually now! Check out a virtual cooking class, stock up on ingredients, and cook a romantic, Valentine's Day dinner from scratch with your significant other.
Which one of these activities will you try this Valentine's Day? Let us know below!