Eating out is not a rule!
I happen to know some amazingly fabulous men who aren’t spending a lot of money because they are on a mission right now.
Remember, you don’t have to go crazy to impress a woman and I happen to know their women would be more impressed with having dinner at home, and making a completely romantic private evening with music and maybe even a bubble bath…so…gentlemen, here’s the check list for non-cooks (cooks I know you know what to do):
- Your lady’s favorite drink
- And, your lady’s favorite dinner (If it’s a Salad, Macaroni and Cheese, Party Pizza, or popcorn, get that…we LOVE it when you know what we like!)
- I know I don’t need to remind you about a card…
If you just aren’t sure (and I don’t know her so you can’t call to ask me) go to Tony’s Market or Sprouts and get one of their special dinners. Just go to the deli, tell them you need Valentine’s dinner for your lady and they will help you.
Here are a few great restaurants in Denver:
I picked these places based on everyday experiences, not based on prior Valentine’s Day experiences. I am not recommending any past Valentine experiences, and as I write this all restaurants have availability, so if you are going out, be sure to make a reservation before it is too late.
Northern Italian Gem Cherry Creek (Normally they aren’t open on Monday’s but they will be on Valentine’s Day)
Barolo Grill 3030 East 6th Avenue, Denver, CO 80206 (303) 393-1040
Venice Ristorante & Wine Bar 1700 Wynkoop Street Denver, CO 80202 (303) 534-2222
Sexy Fresh LoDo
Tag 1441 Larimer Street, Denver, CO 80202 (303) 996-9985
Sensual Delight LoHi
Root Down 1600 West 33rd Avenue Denver, CO 80211 (303) 993-4200
Delicious Diner Uptown
Steuben’s 523 East 17th Avenue Denver, CO 80203 (303) 830-1001
Pho-natic? South West
Pho 79 781 S. Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80219 (303) 922 – 2930
Hoping this will help you have a very Happy Valentines Day!