Struggling to make dinner plans with Valentine’s Day right around the corner? We all know the stress to make this Hallmark holiday memorable as reservations start booking up. Whether you’re looking for a romantic dinner with a special someone or want to have a fun time with your Galantines, we’ve got you covered.
These seven local Indianapolis restaurants are offering all sorts of events, special dinner menus, and amazing food options so you can enjoy a romantic meal with your significant other, your gals, or take yourself out for a treat.
“Love Stinks” Valentine’s Menu at THE BRASSERIE at KAN-KAN CINEMA
If you hate those first date rules like ordering foods that won’t make you look “messy,” then this menu is for you. The Brasserie is offering an anti-first date menu at Kan-Kan Cinema where you can chow down on chicken wings, chili dogs, and all the garlic you want. The only rule for this meal is to lick your fingers afterwards.
Galentine’s Brunch featuring DJ Gabby Love at PETITE CHOU BISTRO AND CHAMPAGNE BAR
What’s better than a brunch with your girlfriends? A brunch with Champagne cocktail specials and a DJ! Petite Chou is putting on a Galentine’s brunch event on February 13th from 10 a.m.-2p.m. to celebrate this holiday with the gals you love. Tables are first come, first served.
Galentine’s Gathering at COOPER’S HAWK WINERY & RESTAURANTS in Avon
Nothing screams Valentine’s Day like wine. Grab your Galentines for a three-course wine paired dinner on Tuesday, February 15th from 7 p.m.-10 p.m. Guests will receive a chocolate covered raspberry greeting cocktail, pretzel bread, and three set courses with various wines. Ticket sales end on Feb. 12th, so get your tickets now.
GOLDLEAF SAVORY & SWEET Valentine’s Pop-Up
Do you or your partner have a sweet tooth? GoldLeaf is partnering with Filigree Bakery for a Valentine’s popup at 9 a.m. on Saturday, February 12th. Enjoy some beautiful macarons, or buy a sweet treat to surprise your Valentine.
Megan Lilly is the Editorial Intern for Indy Maven and is hoping her boyfriend takes her to one of these restaurants for Valentine’s Day.
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