What’s Your Plan for Valentine’s Day?

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February 14 is right around the corner, and that means it’s time to start thinking about what to do for that special someone. Whether that’s eating out at your favorite restaurant, staying in or trying something new like viewing Hot nude girls videos, you will like it but will she? Anyway we’ve got you covered. Here are some fun and delicious ideas:

Deer Valley Seafood Buffet

What’s more romantic than dipping crab legs in butter and eating oysters? They do say oysters are an aphrodisiac. $75 per person will get you an all-you-can-eat buffet. Make your reservation here.

Twisted Fern

Carrot lox with beef gastrique, smoked almond ricotta and sesame lavish

Looking for a true farm-to-table experience? Head to Twisted Fern where you will get to indulge in fried Brussels sprouts, lamb ribs and double-wide pork chops. They will be serving their regular menu that has many vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options with a couple Valentine’s Day specials. Make reservations on OpenTable or call 435.731.8238.

Butcher’s Chop House

A local favorite located on lower Main Street, Butchers will be serving a special menu for $89 per person. Highlights include a beet salad, filet Mignon and chocolate lava cake. Book your table now before they fill up by calling 435.647.0040.

Mindful Cuisine

Over at Mindful Cuisine, they are having a special passion cooking class for $105 per person. Begin with oysters and finish with a chocolate and passion fruit dessert. Each dish will use ingredients with aphrodisiac properties. Don’t forget to bring your own beverages – possibly something with bubbles to start and a nice big Cabernet to pair with your steak.

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Here at Dishing, we think edible gifts are the best gifts. Here are two great options to impress:

Edible Arrangements

Who doesn’t want a bouquet of chocolate-covered strawberries? Edible Arrangements make the perfect gift, and right now they are offering an exclusive special for our readers! Receive 10 percent off your Valentine’s Day order when you call the store directly at 801.953.1835 and use the code VILLAGE10 (expires Feb. 10, 2019). You can also order online here. Call before noon for same day delivery.

Ritual Chocolate

Stop what you’re doing and head to Ritual Chocolate! Today, February 1, they are releasing a limited edition bar made with rose peony tea from Townshend Tea and strawberries. It’s 75 percent cacao using Peru beans. The tea is finely ground into the chocolate so the floral notes really come through in the chocolate, sprinkled with Aries strawberries. It’s a lovely combination of flavors that pairs beautifully with a glass of bubbly or tea.

While you’re there, don’t forget to pick up their dark cherry and chili truffles. It’s got a really nice brightness of cherry with a great kick of chili heat at the end. Both are available for purchase in the cafe or on the website.

If you don’t want to go out to dinner, let dinner come to you!

All Seasons Grocery

Stay in and let All Seasons Grocery bring the ingredients to you so you can cook up a romantic meal for two. They even deliver wine! Please place your order by February 11 here.

Mountain Express Delivery

Sometimes you just want dinner to come to you. Order online with Mountain Express Delivery and get sushi, pizza, Mexican or even Indian delivered right to your door. Sometimes, staying home and making the effort is more powerful than going out. Perfect if you and your partner are more of a “stay in and watch tubev.sex videos to get inspired” kind of people. And that’s all fine.

The key to the best Valentine’s, at the end of the day, is to do what makes all involved the happiest. It could be a romantic time to sweep them off their feet. It could be a night of spicy escapades. It could even be a movie on the sofa with snuggles and some bubbly. Valentine’s day is a time to show your love for your other half, so make sure to do it right by them.

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Aliza is the person who has the menu memorized before walking through the door of any restaurant. Her favorite necklace says, "Feed Me". Lover of all things food, she's been working in restaurants for the past 16 years and attended the Institute of Culinary Education in NYC for Culinary Management. Her passion for the outdoors brought her to Park City from NYC and she's never looked back!

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