To some, Valentine’s Day is only considered romantic if it is built around a white linen dinner, bottles of champagne and gifts normally reserved for toddlers. For others, nothing says "I love you" like Chinese take-out on the couch. Yet for others, only a cynical approach will do, complete with black roses and tequila. Some prefer to hate on Valentine’s Day with a group of friends while others rather belly up to their favorite bar and ignore the whole darn thing. Whether you are loving the single life or contently paired up, here are a few non-traditional ways to dine on Black Sunday.
Valentine's Day Plans Beyond the Schmaltz
Whether solo, consciously uncoupling or just not into the commercialism, these dinners will get you through the weekend.
by Alex Lodner
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