Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate love, friendship, and relationships of all kinds. If you and your sweetheart plan on sharing smooches over dinner to celebrate, be sure to do your research, plan ahead and have a reservation. If you are hoping to plan something a little more unique, here are some great ideas for your Valentine’s Day plans in Philadelphia.
Relax and Rejuvenate
Life can be stressful and stress never bodes well for a healthy relationship. Why not celebrate Valentine’s Day with a tension busting couples massage that will be sure to bring you closer? For added romance, consider bringing a bottle of champagne or some chocolate covered strawberries to enjoy after your treatments. Here are a list of great local spas with plenty of tranquil space to relax and enjoy time with your love.
109 S 13th Street 2nd Floor
255 S 17th Street Suite 400
752 S 2nd Street
Dinner and Entertainment
If a romantic meal is definitely in your game plan for cupids favorite holiday how about switching it up by including some dinner-time entertainment! Here are two places in Philly that offer shows while you munch!
Bistro Romano –Mystery Dinner Theatre
120 Lombard Street
Victor Café – Music Lover’s Rendezvous featuring Opera singing wait staff
1303 Dickinson Street
Spend Valentine’s Day Wine-ing
What is more romantic than fermented grapes? Wine is a popular drink for romance and when you pair it with something yummy love is sure to blossom. Here are some great places offering wine-themed valentine’s events.
Pinot Boutique– wine and dessert tasting
227 Market Street
Tria Sunday School- Wine, beer, and cheese tastings
123 S. 18th Street
Washington West Location
1137 Spruce Street
Get Your Sweat on this Valentine’s Day
Literally! If the love of your life is a fitness freak or still trying to stick to that New Years Resolution maybe a Valentine’s Day celebration on the move is, well, the right move! Here are some ideas.
Sweat Fitness– 3rd Annual Champagne & Strawberries Valentine’s Day Yoga
1425 Arch St.
Amrita Yoga & Wellness– Couples Massage Workshop (Friday, Feburary 10 @ 6:30 p.m.).
1204 Frankford Ave
Heart- Shaped Sushi
Valentine’s Day fixed menu and heart-shaped sushi at Yakitori Boy, Philadelphia’s 1st izakaya & upscale karaoke lounge, from Thursday, February 9 through Tuesday, February 14.
211 N. 11th Street
Art & Love
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, The Rodin Museum’s new exhibit centers on the theme of passionate embrace. The exhibit is focused on the iconic Rodin sculpture, The Kiss. The museum is open Wednesdays through Mondays. This Valentine’s Day, the museum will open special just for members and their guests from 3-6 p.m.