No Valentine’s Day Date Plans? We Have You Covered.

The New Year may just be starting but another holiday is sneaking up fast: Valentine’s Day. If you haven’t booked plans yet, fear not—several unique (and romantic) Downtown St. Louis experiences are waiting for you and your special someone.  

Experience the Gulf Coast in the heart of St. Louis

At Landry’s Seafood House, Valentine’s Day isn’t just limited to one night. From Thursday, February 14 through Sunday, February 17, Landry’s is hosting a Valentine’s Day weekend special with an eclectic menu of mouthwatering specials, seafood, steaks, and romance.

Located in the heart of Downtown St. Louis, Landry’s Seafood is the Gateway City’s destination for the freshest Gulf seafood. Nestled just a few blocks from Enterprise Center, Busch Stadium, and other iconic St. Louis landmarks, Landry’s serves fresh fish, succulent steaks, and decadent desserts in an unmatched atmosphere.

A risque and rowdy night out…

Spice up your evening with burlesque and beef wellington! The Va Va Voom Valentine’s Day Weekend Dinner and Show at Downtown’s Boom Boom Room includes a $75-per-person prix fixe meal with four courses of decadence. Watch the dancers seduce the crowd while you munch on shrimp wonton cups and red velvet cupcakes. And don’t forget to toast with the included champagne!  

An evening of live music…

Celebrate the sound of St. Louis with the Sittin’ on the Porch jam sessions at the National Blues Museum. This weekly event goes from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m., so you can add it before you go out for Valentine’s Day drinks or after you finish your Valentine’s Day dinner.

A date night for sports fans…

If the only thing you love as much as your valentine is the Cardinals, this date is for you. Cardinals Nation at Ballpark Village is hosting a special Valentine’s Dinner for Two from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. on Feb. 14. Two appetizers, two entrees, one dessert and one bottle of wine are included in this $90-per-couple meal and reservations can be made online.

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Julia Cain

Julia Cain is a St. Louis reporter and blogger.


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