10 Quirky, Cool Things to Do on Valentine’s Day
Psst, Valentine’s Day is next week. We know, it’s a Hallmark holiday, but try telling that to your girlfriend/boyfriend/desperate single friend who wants to go out despite the fact that it’s February 14. Dining out on the day designed to spike long-stemmed rose sales doesn’t have to be limited to extravagant prix fixe menus. We found 10 unconventional options for every type of V-Day reveler, from eating actual hearts to staying at home and eating Chinese food.
If You Want to Stay Home and Eat Chinese Food
Order: MAK-Gogi, Korean-style marinated beef with Spanish onions, or General MAK, lightly fried chicken breast or shrimp tossed with a tangy glaze, and an order of donuts, of course.
How much it will set you back: $1-$11 menu items with free delivery on Valentine’s Day
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