Valentines Day is one of the busiest days for a restaurant kitchen — right behind Mother’s Day. And while we love a traditional candle light dinner with our sweethearts as much as the next gal would, we’re also on board for something different (and delicious) this year.
We’ve rounded up some unique experiences fit for your favorite food lover — whether it’s your first date or fiftieth!
Everything’s Better With Bubbles
Hinterlude, Hinterland Winery’s annual Oyster and Bubbles taster falls on Valentines Day this year. Their amazing line of bubble paired with oysters and pulled pork, mean an unforgettable Valentines Day.February 14th – 16th, 12pm – 5pm Hinterland Winery, Prince Edward County
Say It With Cider
Our Community Manager knows what’s what — and she’s spending her Valentines Day at Spirit Tree Cidery in Caledon where the Ontario Craft Cider Association is hosting six course cider masters� dinner — complete with fireworks and fireside fondue!February 14th, 6pm Spirit Tree Cider, Caledon
Don’t End The Night In A Stalemate
Okay, so The Cold War doesn’t exactly scream ‘Cuddle Me!’ — but bubbles in the Diefenbunker paired with cheese and chocolate sure does. For those who want something really different, this Savvy event is it.February 14th, 7pm Canada’s Cold War Museum, Ottawa
Chocolate, at every course.
Tattooed Chef Dave Mottershall of Loka Snacks will be hosting a 5 course meal with chocolate finding it’s way into every course. That’s right, every course! Bonus: they’ll be paired with wine and mead cocktails by Rosewood Wine.February 14th, 7:30pm Le Dolci, Toronto
If that doesn’t say ‘I Love You’ — we won’t know what will!