Everyone loves to eat, but your valentine loves it a bit more than the average bear. They're not the only one who’s sick of the same old dinner reservation for Valentine’s Day. So are we. There’s nothing personal about it, which isn’t a good way to show your food-loving valentine just how much they mean to you.
Dating a Foodie? Here’s 6 Date Ideas They’ll Love
Can’t figure out what to do this February 14th? We’ve got you covered. Here are six fun, unique, and exciting date ideas that will help you impress your date, without the expensive tab.
1. Order a Chef’d Box
Impress your date with your spectacular new cooking skills, courtesy of Chef’d. We’ve hand selected a few of our customer favorites and have created a Valentine’s Day bundle you and your date will love!
Enjoy savory Steak Au Poivre, Veal Bolognese, and more with everything you need delivered. You won’t even have to lift a finger to impress your date this year. We’ll ship everything you need to create a gourmet meal for two (or four) plus a decadent dessert and card for your sweetheart.
So go ahead, take all the credit for your culinary creation—we won’t tell a single soul.
2. Take a Cooking Class
Maybe you’re not ready to take the plunge into creating a home-cooked meal just yet—no worries! Take your honey to a cooking class and learn the basics of slicing and dicing together.
You’ll skip the boring chit chat and create fun memories together while learning useful skills you can act on with one another on dates to come!
Already mastered the basics? That’s ok! Try a specialized cooking class geared towards your favorite cuisine. From sushi classes to baking classes to cheese making classes, there’s something for everyone.
3. Host a Dinner Party
Valentine’s day is a day of celebrating love—no matter if you’re in love or not. Gather a group of your friends, single or taken, to celebrate your day of love over delicious food!
Whether you want to cook for your guests or with your guests, you’re sure to find something to please everyone’s taste buds in our marketplace. Start here to build the ultimate Valentine’s day spread.
4. Get Wine Smart
There are many different ways you can expand your knowledge of your favorite type of grapes. Take a wine class to get certified in the subject or keep it casual with a day of wine tasting on a vineyard—no matter your preference, you and your date can enjoy a wonderful learning experience together, while enjoying your favorite elixir.
5. Tour Your Local Breweries
Don’t like wine? Try taking a tour of a few local breweries in your city! Enjoy your city's finest brews with the one you love the most. It’s easy, affordable, and is great for a day-long Valentine adventure.
6. Dessert for Dinner
Have a chocoholic on your hands? Give them the gift they really want—dessert for dinner. Skip the carbs and go straight for the ooey-gooey, gluttonous meal they really want.
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