Valentine’s Day can be a stressful time, you want to show your significant other how much you love them but if you are like me, you aren’t sure how. This list is by no means comprehensive, feel free to comment on what you will be doing this Valentine’s Day!
If you are looking for a non-traditional date why not go for a hike in either one of these fantastic parks and plan a picnic while you are there?
Golf & Dinner
Take some time to get out and enjoy a few hours with your significant other on the golf course. Its a great way to get outside and place a friendly wager with each other. Tanglewood Park Championship Course just recently finished a major renovation, they put in Champion Bermuda grass greens, removed many bunkers and did some much needed repairs to the golf carts. They are hoping to restore it to its former glory when they hosted the 1974 PGA Championship. The LPGA Tour has already committed to an event there beginning in 2020.
The Ramkat is a great live music venue on the corner of MLK and Trade St. For Valentine’s Day they are holding a “Bring Your Own Vinyl” event, bring your favorite heartbreak records and play them on their house HiFi system!
Big Bands Are For Lovers
The Millenium Center will be holding a 3 course fine dining dinner and music event. For more information click here.
In my opinion, this is the best steakhouse in town. My wife and I enjoy a few dinners here every year for special occasions and we have never been disappointed!
Milner’s always serves up great modern, southern dishes in a relaxed, casual atmosphere. I’ve never had anything on the menu that I didn’t like, try the fried green tomatoes!
The ULTIMATE Gesture
No guys, I’m not talking about an engagement ring. If you have been on the fence about purchasing a home, there is no better time than the present! Give me a call, I can explain the entire process to you and even put you in contact with some great lenders.