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Valentine’s Day…A Guide to Suit Your Style and Budget

Ladies and gentlemen, you have but one week to get yourselves ready for Valentine’s Day. If you desire to whisk your love to something delicious, we’ve got you covered. A list of some of our favorite options from romantic to nostalgic to fit your style and budget. Many places are reservation only so please prepare accordingly.
Romantic but Traditional
With its European grand decor and quiet ambiance, Undercurrent (327 Battleground Ave., GSO)
is always a great choice for a quiet evening for two. Locally mastered dishes and excellent cocktails and wine make for a delicious experience. For Valentine’s Day, the restaurant is offering a four-course prix fixe dinner. In Winston-Salem, you may enjoy Bernardin’s (901 W. Fourth Street). Instead of a vast restaurant space, the restaurant is in the historic Zevely House, making for a more low-key environment with smaller dining spaces. Both of these restaurants offer the kind of local upscale dining that give you exactly what you are expecting.
Sexy Romance
Maybe when you go out with your guy or gal, you want something a little sexy? Gia has IT. Located at 1941 New Garden Road in Greensboro, it’s just dark and glossy enough. The drinks are fab, the food is amazing and beautiful, just like your love. Seriously, with that bar and that seating, it doesn’t get much more swanky and sexy than Gia. In Winston-Salem, my hubby and I love the feel of the Library Bar at Spring House Restaurant, Kitchen & Bar (450 N. Spring Street, WS). The restaurant itself is quite romantic and cozy (and also highly recommended for your V-Day date night), creating one of the best environments, The bar, with its plush, low seating and fireplace is one my favorite places to be on any date night. You can enjoy a full menu, or nosh on some small plates and get a little primal by eating with your hands. You’re welcome to order an entree too.
When You Just Need a Quiet Evening…
1703 Restaurant & Catering (1703 Robinhood Road, WS) has a quiet, romantic feel with unparalleled service. And Chef Curtis Hackaday’s cuisine is some of the most creative in the entire Triad You owe it to yourself to eat here. Greensboro’s Table 16 is a terrific option because it such a small restaurant and low key. And get this…Table 16 is serving its Valentine’s Day menu this week, from Thursday until February 14. If you’re like me and like to avoid the madness by celebrating on…

Valentine’s Day…A Guide to Suit Your Style and Budget
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