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Portland Valentines Spots Perfect For You
Everyone has a different idea of what makes a perfect Valentine's Day. Luckily the Portland metro area has something for everyone.
For the couple that wants a dose of romance:
For an evening of dining, dancing, and live music, the Tony Starlight’s Show Love Songs and Dancing is sure to make it a holiday to remember. This dinner and a show is a spectacular way to experience a classic romantic evening with an extra special holiday twist.
For the couple that is trying to keep to a budget:
OMSI After Dark is a 21+ event at OMSI once or twice a month. This year OMSI is hosting PROMSI- a special Valentine’s Day After Dark that includes the demonstrations ‘The Fragrant Hermaphrodite’ and ‘Love Stinks’ and can be enjoyed while sipping a nice cocktail. Tickets for non-members only cost $15 each.
For the couple that wants to keep it lowkey:
There is nothing wrong skipping straight to dessert! There is no shortage of amazing bakeries in the Portland area, so check out one, such as St. Honoré, and spend a lowkey evening in the ambience of a cafe or take your treats to go and spend a quiet evening at home.
For the friends who want to celebrate together:
Get your best gals and pals together and have a fun Valentine’s Day on Brewvana’s Progressive Dinner Tour. With stops that include cocktails, beer and cheese, dinner, and dessert, Valentine’s Day with your friends is sure to be a hit.
For the families with kids:
Spend the weekend before Valentine’s Day at the library! Both the Belmont Library and the Central Library are hosting Valentine craft events where kids and parents can make special cards for the holiday.
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