Valentine’s Day is a time to show your loved one how much you care. Yes, this year some ideas are off the table, but you still have plenty of options. Consider one of these seven ways to celebrate safely this Valentine’s Day.
Enjoy Breakfast in Bed
Instead of going through the hassle of making a reservation at a local restaurant, why not consider serving up a romantic Valentine’s Day breakfast in bed? Lounge away the morning, sip champagne, and savor a tasty breakfast together. It doesn’t get much more romantic than that!
Go on a Hike
Rhode Island is beautiful and we’re lucky to have many parks and trails to explore. Why not choose a scenic trail, get some exercise and fresh air, and share the day with the person you love. You’ll unwind from all the stress at the moment and remind each other of what’s important during this pivotal time in history.
Learn About & Savor Treats
Linden Place Mansion is offering a virtual Valentine package this year. Just pick up your basket of treats and join the Google Hangouts presentation on Valentine’s Day at 5:00 p.m.
The package includes champagne, a fleece blanket, chocolates, and a plethora of history, trivia, and wine knowledge you’ll discover through a Paris wine scholar.
Enjoy Truffles & Wine
Langworthy Farm Winery in Westerly is also getting in on the Valentine’s Day celebrations with their Tasting & Truffles event. Share five scrumptious Hauser chocolates for just $7.50 per person when you buy a glass of wine or participate in a tasting. There’s no need to make a reservation, but you will need to follow COVID protocols.
Celebrate with Your Vegan Valentine
Get set for another food popup event with a twist. RI Food Fights are offering a vegan no contact pickup of tasty sweets for local businesses such as Aura’s Chocolate, Celebrated, Blush Bakeshop, Basil and Bunny, Plant City, Miss Vegan, and others. Other goodies include a four-pack of soda, a dairy-free frozen dessert, and ground coffee.
Enjoy Yummy Cheese & Chocolate
Order an extraordinary Valentine’s Day platter and pick it up on the 14th to share with your loved one within the safety of your home. Each platter includes more than just cheese and chocolate. This charcuterie board comes complete with fine meats, fresh fruit, nuts, and a freshly baked baguette.
Book a Table
Yes, you can go out for a meal to celebrate. We suggest you check Open Table to discover which restaurants are offering specials, Valentine’s Day treats, and set menus.
Due to restrictions, you will definitely want to book. Luckily, many Rhode Island restaurants are offering multiple times, but book early to avoid disappointment. Forget the worries of the world and share a meal with the one you love.