Are you beginning to plan your Valentine’s Day this year? Whether it be with your husband, wife, partner, friends, or family, there are a handful of ways to celebrate national love day! Enjoy delicious food at a restaurant or have a beautiful evening at home, either way, you’ll have a great time surrounded by your loved ones.
Here are ways you can celebrate Valentine’s Day this year.
Dine In or Out
It’s always a great time to support your local businesses, so take a night off from cooking and order a delicious meal right to your home or hit the town! There are a variety of local restaurants that are offering dine-in and takeout options like Patria, FIGO, Pink Sky, Byblos, Pusateri’s, and more.
Dress Up & Stay In
If you’re in the mood to stay in, but want to show off your adorable outfit, you can definitely have the best of both worlds. Grab some cute decor and create a fun photo opp at home to invite over a few friends and/or family to celebrate!
Have A Staycation
Even though you may not be leaving the city, staycations are always an exicitng little trip. 1 Hotel Toronto is offering romantic staycations to their guests this year. With two unique packages and a special limited-time menu, guests can whisk away their l’amour in an urban oasis in the heart of the city.
Host A Video Call
Grab all of your friends and loved ones on a video call to celebrate Valentine’s Day. It’s always best when everyone’s together, and with a virtual call, you can be! Even get everyone to mix up a pink cocktail to get into the spirit.
Kick Back & Relax
If you’d rather have a quiet V-Day, then that’s cool too. Put on your fave movies and just relax, you deserve it! Make some popcorn, lather on a mud mask, and really give yourself some TLC.
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