Valentine’s Day Happenings around Dallas, TX
On most holidays and special days worth celebrating, there is no shortage of things to do around Dallas, TX. This fantastically fun city has so much to offer. Whether you are thick or thin in the budget department, have no idea where to start, or don’t have time to search – we’ll highlight a few goodies for you to check out!
One stop you can make is at the Dallas Zoo where admission is only $5 during the month of February. If the temperature is chilly, it just gives a reason to snuggle closer to your loved one as you walk around. The winter flowers are also in bloom at the Dallas Arboretum, making it a beautiful Valentine’s Day date spot. You can bring your own special picnic basket and make it a day to remember. Go old school by taking a trip to Dallas’ Lakewood Theatre. Here you will be serenaded by songs from Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett and then brought back in time by watching Casablanca on the big screen.
If you are up for a bit more of a lively evening, check out the KLUV Valentine’s Day Party. Dance the night away to hits of the 60s, 70s and 80s at the Hilton Anatole Hotel. If you have little sweethearts at home, the HeartBaker heart-shaped pizza from Papa Murphy’s is sure to impress. Kroger locations around the DFW area are offering long-stemmed chocolate dipped strawberries for those with a sweet tooth. Lastly, to make a big impression, surprise your sweetie with the best panoramic view of the Metroplex and enjoy dinner and champagne at Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck.
Check out Valentine’s Day happenings for your feet, too. We have some great product ideas and ways to treat them with some “love” this Valentine’s Day. Contact Dr. Joel W. Brook and Dr. David R. Northcutt at Dallas Podiatry Works. You can reach us by calling our office in Dallas, TX at (972) 566-7474 or Plano, TX location at (972) 943-3323.
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