Editors Note: This story was originally published in 2022, but was updated for 2023.
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.
LOUVINO Valentine’s day Dinner
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with LouVino—at both Mass Ave and Fishers locations. With four courses, you and a partner can enjoy scallops, beef tournedos, or beignets as well as other options available. Call ahead or book a reservation online at their Mass Ave or Fishers location.
Valentine’s Afternoon Tea with TEAS ME CAFE
Looking for a light snack and refreshments with a friend or significant other? Teas Me Community Cafe is hosting a Valentine’s Afternoon Tea on Feb. 11 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. You can enjoy tasting tea while learning about the benefits of the refreshment while enjoying light snacks. Get your tickets now.
PETALS AND POLLEN flower + sweets arrangement with GOLDLEAF
Nothing screams Valentine’s Day like chocolate and flowers, and during this holiday you can kill two birds with one stone. Goldleaf and Petals & Pollen are partnering together to bring an arrangement of flowers and chocolate truffles. Purchase arrangements here.
GOLDLEAF SAVORY & SWEET Valentine’s Week Specials
Can’t get enough of GoldLeaf? This restaurant will also be featuring various events and specials the week leading up to Valentine’s Day. Join them for a cassoulet dinner on Feb. 9 from 5 to 8 p.m. or their Hotdog Lover’s Night on Feb. 13. Not feeling dinner? Goldleaf will have drink specials on Feb. 3.
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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