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8 At-Home Date Ideas for Valentine’s Day

Jan 26, 2021

Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to show love and appreciation, even if it looks a little different this year. Get some inspiration from our list of at-home Valentine’s Day date ideas.

  1. Order in from your favorite restaurant and set the table. You've probably gotten used to getting your food delivered – but you probably just park yourself on the couch to eat in front of the television. For Valentine's Day, order in from your favorite restaurant and pull out the placemats, cloth napkins, and candles. Once you set the mood, you may even forget you're still at home.

  2. Start the day with flowers and breakfast in bed. Valentine’s Day doesn’t just have to be celebrated in the evening. This special start can make for a great Valentine’s Day, and it can show thoughtfulness and consideration for your partner. Wake up early to make some French toast or pancakes, pour a little coffee or orange juice, and celebrate your partner.

  3. Rent a newly released movie. Because of the pandemic, a lot of new movies are available to rent on-demand right from home. You can turn the lights down, make some buttered popcorn, and have a movie night with a newly released film – all without leaving your house. If you want to go the extra mile, you can even rent out an AMC movie theater for you and your partner.

  4. Cook a homemade meal. A homemade meal can be a meaningful and considerate way to communicate your affection. Extra points if you can make your partner’s favorite dish! And don’t forget the candles and dessert.

  5. Tune in for a virtual experience. Many places have created virtual experiences for people to enjoy during the pandemic. For example, the Neon Museum in Las Vegas offers a 360-degree virtual tour, where you can see famous decommissioned Las Vegas neon signs. Google Arts and Culture also has a collection of virtual tours available from museums all over the world. If music is more your thing, Songkick keeps a running list of upcoming virtual concerts.

  6. Plan an outdoor hike or picnic. This one isn’t necessarily at home, but since it’s typically easier to socially distance outdoors, planning a nature trip can be a great way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Look around your area for interesting sights to see. Just be sure to bring your mask in case you run into anyone who’s also enjoying an outdoor activity.

  7. Tap into your artistic side. A craft project can be an enjoyable way to spend Valentine’s Day if it’s something you and your partner are interested in. You can make gifts for each other and exchange them at the end. Here are some ideas to get you started.

  8. An at-home cocktail class or beer tasting. Online mixology classes exist! You can book a class to learn how to make your favorite drink, and then celebrate Valentine’ Day like you’re at a cool cocktail bar. If you want to support your local establishments, you can search for classes from your nearby specialty bars. Some will even include the ingredients as part of the package. If beer is more your avenue, you can look for breweries near you that offer at-home tastings of their selections.


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