Even though we don’t sell flowers and chocolates or shoot magic arrows that make people fall in love, All Island Transportation has got your back when it comes to Valentines Day planning. Whether you’re looking for a romantic, candlelit dinner or something a bit more out-of-the-box, you’ll fall in love with this list of things to do on Valentines Day.
Things to Do on Valentines Day
Romantic Dining on Long Island
Coral House is hosting two Valentines Day events this year. Saturday, February 13th is date night at the Baldwin restaurant. This event features a lavish sit-down dinner, an open bar and live music by The Mystic for $149 per couple. On Sunday, February 14th, show your family how much you love them with brunch for $49.95 per adult and $21.95 per child.
Restaurant Mirabelle at the Three Village Inn of Stony Brook
Go to the Three Village Inn for a romantic getaway from February 12th through February 14th and enjoy the prix fixe dinner at the hotel’s own Restaurant Mirabelle. With a wide selection of dishes for the first course, main course and dessert, Restaurant Mirabelle never disappoints.
Hudson’s Mill of Massapequa
A romantic dinner at Hudson’s Mill is the perfect way to impress your date. Hudson’s Mill has a wonderful ambiance as well as an extensive and diverse menu featuring over 50 wines to complement your meal. Whether you prefer steak, seafood or pasta, eating dinner at Hudson’s Mill is one of the tastiest things to do on Valentines Day.
Limani of Roslyn
Limani is an extravagant restaurant that specializes in serving Mediterranean food. With an impressive backdrop of marble columns and Greek-inspired décor, the atmosphere alone would probably keep diners coming back even if the food wasn’t great. Luckily, the food is great! With everything from swordfish to steak to hummus available, bringing your date to Limani is among the most sophisticated things to do on Valentines Day.
Valentines Day Ideas You May Not Have Thought Of
Line Dancing is for Lovers
Fans of country music can enjoy a night of line dancing at the Emporium in Patchogue. With free line dancing instructions, a free buffet and drink specials, this event has earned its spot on our list of Valentines Day list despite the fact that it actually takes place on February 12th. You can get tickets here.
While a trip to the movies is not the most lavish way to spend Valentines Day, it’s great for couples on a budget or those who just want to have a relaxing day. There are plenty of movie theaters on Long Island, so you’re never too far from catching a romantic film.
Romance Under the Stars
When you think of things to do on Valentines Day, a trip to the American Museum of Natural History is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. But, if a night filled with love stories based on ancient mythology, an open bar with cocktails and champagne, hors d’oeuvres and a jazz quartet sounds like fun, buy your ticket now!