If you are asking yourself: When is Valentine’s Day? What are good gift ideas for Valentine’s Day? Should I buy flowers for Valentine’s Day? Or, What are some Valentine’s Day date ideas? Then you are already a step ahead of Valentine’s Day game! Congratulations!
If you are still looking for some romantic activities for you and your special someone this Valentine’s Day in Grand Rapids, look no further! We are going to give you a list of ideas that will ensure you ultimate Valentine’s Day success. The easiest way to go wrong on Valentine’s Day is by forgetting the date, and/or not doing anything! Remember you miss 100% of the shots you never take! Valentine’s Day 2012 is Wednesday February 14th; write it down if you need to…
Our first tip is to check out the Kopper Top. The Kopper Top is a restaurant in Grand Rapids that is known for their outrageous and over the top holiday decorating. When you open the door of the once bank – now restaurant– it looks like Cupid himself might live there. Think Bronners, but Valentine’s Day decorations rather than Christmas. If your date is crazy about Valentine’s Day they are sure to love the Kopper Top for dinner.
Looking for something a little lower key? Sanchez will be hosting a Dinner in the Dark. Dinner in the Dark was an absolute hit last year so they decided to bring it back for 2012. Dinner in the Dark is an experience that enhances your taste buds as you eat with a blind fold on. Currently the menu is private but guarantees to leave you wanting more. For more information and to RSVP for the dinner check out Sanchez’s website.
Another Valentine’s Day option in Grand Rapids is the Sweet and Bubbly 2012: A Champagne and Chocolate Tasting event. At the Centennial Country Club. Admission is $60 per person or $100 per couple. You can even reserve a “Sweet Heart Table” for a little extra romance. The event will benefit the Community Circle Theatre. For more information visit: The Circle Theater website.
After Dinner don’t forget to head over to Rosa Parks Circle for $1 ice skating! A Grand Rapids tradition this winter!