Cupid's big day is less than a month away, and Largo Patch is here to inspire some unique options to choose from around the area.
Whether it's a handmade gesture or a fine dining experience at a Largo-area restaurant, keeping your dollars local will please your valentine and your neighbors.
Plus, Largo offers the unique opportunity to get married right on Valentine's Day in the beautiful Florida Botanical Gardens.
Ideas Around Largo
Make dinner reservations at one of the Largo area's finest establishments. Cafe Largo, E&E Stakeout Grill, Salt N Pepper Bistro, Villa Gallace, and Cafe Pont are all promising choices.
For a more laid-back vibe, visit Gunslingers, Sports Shack, German Bistro 2, and Untouchables Pasta & Pizza.
Visit one of Largo's unique gift shops to find the perfect trinket or piece of jewelry. Stop by a candy or flower shop in Largo to select a sweet treat or bright bouquet.
Stop by one of the fine wine shops in the Largo Patch directory.
Order some take out from a local establishment and visit Indian Rocks Beach around dusk for a romantic approach.
Simply Fun Ideas
Create a customized scratch off for your valentine with options like a "free back rub" or a "cook you dinner" surprise.
Set up an "Army of Love" around the house by taking a handful of army men and attaching notes of sweet thoughts.
This bundle of affection will bring a smile every day for an entire year with 365 reasons you love the one you're with.
From Money Savvy Michelle: recreate your first date or write a love letter.
Use an assortment of your love's favorite treats for a candy bouquet made by you.
This trendy idea reveals to your valentine 52 reasons why you care about them in a one-of-a-kind package.
Prepare your special someone their favorite meal or dessert and include a bottle of wine that will add to the flavor. Use this list of pairings for help.
You can't go wrong with the traditional approach of a bottle of champagne. Add a personalized note for added appeal.
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