At the Day Herald, we’re big on love and romance. There’s nothing better than celebrating this day with a partner, significant other, or just a pretty girl in general.
That’s why we’ve come up with this list of 4 things to do this Valentine’s, a handy guide for lads and ladies who are making plans this evening!
1 Hungry? Arrange for a table at one of London’s romantic hotspots
As always, a staple part of your Valentine’s day plan involves a meal. Whether it is cooked personally at home or you opt for the extravagant dining rendezvous, it is a great opportunity for you and your chosen other to enjoy some intimate moments.
Here are some of our choices for a truly special Valentine’s day meal in London, each one holding a special event for this momentous day:
Three-course dinner at the Bluebird in Chelsea – http://www.bluebird-restaurant.co.uk/whats-on-chelsea/events/valentines-day-at-bluebird/
Cinnamon Kitchen Special Valentine’s Meal – http://www.cinnamon-kitchen.com/londons-most-romantic-restaurant-for-valentines/
Valentine’s Day at the OXO – http://www.harveynichols.com/restaurant/the-oxo-tower/whats-on/valentines-day-at-oxo/
All of the above are highly recommended by us, we know they put a lot of effort into preparations for today.
2 Alone? Book a personal date with a companion
If you haven’t already acquired a thrilling partner for this evening’s entertainment, you may always delve into London’s roving escort scene. Pick up professional London escorts for only £90 at AJ’s London Escorts. We are sure there are other fantastic escort services out there, but we can guarantee the quality of this London escort service if you need a companion this evening.
3 Bored? Take your partner to the London Eye
Arguably the only day of the year that the London Eye presents a truly practical use; the Cupid’s Capsule event is the ideal opportunity to bond and spends some harmonious moments together with somebody appealing.
We suggest you round off dinner with a surprise visit to the eye, it’s a sure-fire way to impress a date.
4 Hate dating? Down with Dating
The down with dating experience can only be considered an anti-dating, dating event. If you’re feeling the wild card, why not head to the Albany in London and give it a try? It is a genuine lark, and definitely one of the less pressuring dating experiences.
All you have to do is visit the website and sign up: http://www.feelinggloomy.com/Down_With_Dating.html