10 Local Valentine's Day Ideas

The height of romance this year isn’t at the top of the Eiffel Tower.


From the tried-and-true classics to the up-and-coming favorites, planning an unforgettable Valentine’s Day in the comfort of your hometown is as easy as 1, 2, 3.


1. Gifts


Flowers of Kingwood:
The ancients knew the power of flowers, and we have been delivering them as tokens of affection ever since. Let your bouquet’s fragrance and beauty speak. From the traditional to the modern, Flowers of Kingwood has an extensive variety for you to impress upon your loved one their importance in your life without a single word. 


Rachael’s Hallmark Shop:
The language of love is not, as they say, universal. If you’d like to share your love through the written word but can’t find the right ones, a hand-picked card can express your adorations eloquently. Peruse the unrivaled selection at Rachael’s Hallmark Shop!


Drake A. McIntosh Digital Media:
Forget-me-not: capture this moment by scheduling a couple’s portrait session with Drake A. McIntosh Digital Media. The gift of memory keeps giving year after year, through each successive change in your lives, and you won’t want to miss this one.


2. Dinner:


Bred from a country renowned for its romance, Italian food is the trademark of the holiday, and chances are you’re already enamored with it. Select your favorites from Amedeo's specialty Valentine’s short menu, and you’ll become devoted to the apparent difference that two decades of blending the freshest, finest ingredients with culinary expertise 


Chimichurri’s South American Grill:
Much like your attraction to one another,
Chimichurri’s has an affinity for the infinite textures, colors, aromas, and flavors of South American cuisine. Fall in love with this variety, from the tender to the crisp, with an exquisite 4-course meal. 


Raffa’s Waterfront Grill
You know your love better than anyone else. Likewise, Raffa’s contemporary American cuisine explores the intricacies of the most familiar meals to revive that old spark. In this chef-curated, 4-course meal, each dish will leave you more enamored than the last.


The Veranda:
The Veranda is passionate about many things, but its greatest loves are service, quality, and Texas. With a 3-course meal mating the finest foods and wines in the Lone Star State, you’ll be delightfully unarmed by the restaurant’s charm. And if you can’t make it on Valentine’s Day? This special extends through Friday and Saturday as well.


3. Fun


Nothing can compete with the love you and your significant 
other share, but some good-natured competition can spice it up. With bowling, an arcade, dining, and more, you’ll be up all night getting lucky at MaxBowl. Check out their sweetheart special!


Speedsportz Racing Park:
Rev your engines and steel your hearts for love on the fast track! Visit Speedsportz Racing Park to get your adrenaline pumping with high-speed kart racing. You won’t want to miss this speedy take on Valentine’s Day. 


Massage Heights:
If you’d rather take it slow, give your body and your love a boost with a couple’s massage! Let Massage Heights’ expert therapists work out those knots from the daily grind, as well as the one Cupid’s arrow left behind. With services tailored to each person’s specific needs and professionals that put you at ease, you’ll feel relaxed throughout and rejuvenated long afterward.

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