Roses are red, violets are blue. It’s Valentine’s Day, what should you do? Love is all around us – couples and hopeful singles alike – and here at BT we have some great plans that will have you lovestruck, regardless of your relationship status or lack thereof.
This Valentine’s Day eve get the party started early with one of the sauciest events around. Kicking off at 7pm at Laruche in the Valley, this certainly will get the lovin’ well and truly started. There’s a match making game for the singletons and lots of fun entertainment to boot.
Valentine’s Day at The Hilton
Fellas if you’re looking to impress your leading lady then this one should be up for consideration. Indulge in a four-course dinner including a glass of Veuve Clicquot to set the romance alight. While it may be on the costly side ($135 pp) there’s no better way to show your love than with a glass of sparkling in the heart of the city.
Dandy’s Roof Top Bar: If you’re flying solo this Valentine’s Day, put down that cask of cheap wine, throw out that two dollar box of chocolates, put on your dancing shoes and get down to The Fox pronto! Whether you gather up a group of pals or decide to hit the town lone-wolf-style, Dandy’s roof top bar will be livening things up! If you’re really feeling like a party there will be a two-hour cocktail package available.*
* N.B couples can also attend.
Fish Lane Bistro: If you’re looking for something a little less party and a little more charming, Fish Lane Bistro have you covered. With a four-course menu coming up at $60 a head (or $90 if you match wine) you’re sure to reignite that spark at a fairly reasonable price – not to mention the delicious food you can indulge in.
Spring Wine and Food
If you are in the market for fine food in a setting that will have you thinking you’ve been transported to a winery on the country side, then this is your Valentine’s Day spot. At $85 per person, you can enjoy four-courses as well as a glass sparkling wine. This event will be sure to have you whispering sweet nothings into your loved one’s ear until the cows come home.
Riverbar and kitchen
Cupid’s Garden Party: Who doesn’t love a good garden party, especially if it’s thrown by Cupid. Kicking it off a 8pm you can dance and drink well into the night. With the glistening river at your side and delicious cocktails. It’s the perfect place to fall in love. Who knows you may even get struck by cupid’s arrow.*
* If you are feeling amorous and are keen to show it, there’s a prize for best dressed.
So this Valentine’s Day do St Valentine proud and make sure you celebrate in style.