Ah Valentine’s Day. A day you can spend relishing on your sweetheart, whether that is a significant other, or, if you’re single, a treat for yourself. While you may already have plans set for next week, below are some local options to consider. Vanessa will be writing about some local gift options next time. If you know anything I missed, please let me know!
Looking for a unique way to celebrate Valentine’s (or Galentine’s) Day this year? Join us for a delicious Valentine’s Breakfast Tea at the Inn at Patrick Henry’s in historic Church Hill. Innkeeper Helena Semeraro will be serving finger sandwiches, deviled eggs, miniature pastries, and, of course, scones with clotted cream – all made from scratch. We are excited to also include a special treat from Chocolates by Kelly.
Advance Ticket Purchase Required
$38.00 per person
4 course menu at $55 per person (plus tax/gratuity)
Tickets only available on this website http://www.dutchandcompany.com/
This one is a little commercial and really it’s in Rockett’s Landing, but it’s a nice venue.
Show your loved one how special they are with a Boathouse dining experience! Join us Wednesday February 14th through Sunday February 18th for delicious dinner features from the chef as well as all of your Boathouse menu favorites.
Reserve your seat today at: https://www.boathouseva.com/reservations
Not quite Valentine’s Day, but could be a fancy night celebrating our local nominees!
Join Richmond magazine for a night of fame, fancy and food at our seventh annual Elby awards, the Richmond-region awards ceremony honoring the exceptional talents of Richmond’s dining community. The Elby Awards and dinner will be held on Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018, at Main Street Station. Come and witness as nominees from numerous categories, selected by teams of national and regional judges, become Richmond’s next culinary best and brightest. Dinner and drinks included in ticket price with a reception to follow. Net ticket proceeds will benefit Shalom Farms.