If you prefer to spend Valentine’s Day in the comfort of your own home but don’t want to make dinner yourself, Olive Garden is offering a romantic dinner for two to go, complete with a breadstick bouquet and box of after-dinner mints.
Starting Feb. 13, bouquet wrappers and mint boxes will be included in Olive Garden’s special Valentine’s Day ToGo Dinner for Two. The date-night dinner features three courses of dishes starting at $34.99.
Along with soup or salad, breadsticks and dipping sauce, you’ll also have your choice of either five-cheese ziti al forno or chicken alfredo for a shared entree, followed by either black tie mousse cake or tiramisu for dessert.
The bouquet and box wrappers are only available while supplies last, but you can also download them on Olive Garden’s website if your local Olive Garden runs out.
If Red Lobster is your restaurant of choice instead, the seafood chain is releasing limited-edition, heart-shaped “You’re My Lobster” boxes filled with warm Cheddar Bay Biscuits.
According to a Red Lobster spokesperson, starting Feb. 10, you can order a half-dozen Cheddar Bay Biscuits to go and select the heart-shaped boxes as an add-on to your order for an additional $1, while supplies last.
If you’re looking to actually go out for a meal with your sweetie, Applebee’s has a new $1 Neighborhood Drink of the Month that is pink and looks perfect for a romantic night out.
The restaurant’s new Vodka Strawberry Lemonade is $1 all month long, so if you can’t actually celebrate on Valentine’s Day, you’ll have plenty of other February days to take advantage of the sweet deal.
If breakfast is your favorite meal of the day, Dunkin’ has pink coffees and heart-shaped donuts, and Krispy Kreme is bringing back their conversation hearts donuts with sayings like “so extra,” “kiss me” and “say yes.”
Do your Valentine’s Day plans include eating something delicious this year?